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ARCADIA YACHTS, 12th UNIT OF A85 SOLD TO A BRITISH CLIENT

July 23, 2017 Leave a comment

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12th UNIT OF A85 SOLD TO A BRITISH CLIENT

ARCADIA YACHTS’ DEBUT MODEL STILL LEADING-EDGE

– ARCADIA YACHTS has sold the 12th example of its first model – two A85s have splashed each year since the model premiered
– The sale also confirms the Italian brand’s international appeal as the new owner is a British citizen  
– The A85 delivers approx. 100 m2 of communal space on its aft-deck
– 40 m2 of  this-generation photovoltaic cells guarantee an impressive 4.5 kW of zero-emissions power  

Some yachts remain at the cutting-edge for many years after they first appear on the market. The ARCADIA A85 is one such fortunate craft. The very first model from an Italian yard hailed a radical break with tradition on its launch seven years ago and very quickly set a new benchmark for the sector. The design remains so contemporary, in fact, that several new builds making an appearance on the market were clearly inspired by the ARCADIA YACHTS 26-metre.

ARCADIA is now delighted to announce the sale of A85 Hull no. 12 to a British owner. This is a particularly significant achievement as it means that, seven years on from its unveiling, the A85 continues to sell at a rate of two a year worldwide. The Arcadia Yachts brand’s international appeal is one of its greatest strengths: almost all of its models have sold to owners from outside of Italy, demonstrating that the unique features the craft offer are acknowledged across the globe.
The yard’s solidity also means that owners only have a short wait for delivery of their yachts. A85 Hull no. 12 is a perfect example, as, with negotiations underway, we quickly put a new unit into production, cutting delivery time to just over four months from the order date.
WHAT MAKES THE A85 UNIQUE
Man, his relationship with nature and his ability to live in harmony with his surroundings have always been at the very heart of ARCADIA’s design philosophy. Even the most cursory glance at the A85 is confirmation of that approach. Its styling is simple and sober with a harmonious mix of interior and exterior areas. Even the enclosed spaces seem to melt away and disappear into the surrounding natural setting.The linear design of the superstructure and the vertical line of the bow have allowed us to make optimal use of every single inch of available space both interior and exterior – a fact attested to by the generous 100 square metres or so of living area on the main deck which is significantly larger than other yachts of similar dimensions on the market.The A85S’s main saloon is cosy and inviting with a large eight-seater table in its bow area so that diners can be served directly from the galley via a sliding hatch.

The bright winter garden leads into the spacious aft-deck lounge, where the cockpit includes a second table ideal for al fresco lunches and suppers. There is also a large sunning area from where owner and guests can truly luxuriate in the marine environment.
There are four cabins on the lower deck, the most notable of which is, of course, the master amidships. This impressive 32 square metre space includes an unparalleled bathroom with its own large wellness area. The spacious VIP cabin, complete with double bed and walk-in closet, lies forward. Last but not least are the two twin guest cabins. The quarters for the 4 crew are in the bow section.

LEADING-EDGE TECHNOLOGY
One of the A85’s other great strengths is its extremely efficient fuel consumption which is 30-50% lower than semi-displacement yachts of comparable dimensions, resulting in similarly lower running costs. These results come thanks to the yacht’s NPL semi-planing hull which was developed by the National Physical Laboratory in England to deliver the most hydrodynamically efficient hull forms and length-beam ratio. The combination of this advanced hull and ARCADIA YACHTS’s exceptionally light superstructure has produced impressive performance figures even under limited engine power which in turn cuts costs.The A85 sports twin 730 hp MAN diesel engines, guaranteeing it a maximum speed of 18 knots and a cruising one of 16. Needless to say, absolute comfort is guaranteed. The engine room is insulated with multilayer sound-absorbent materials and also features silenced exhausts to reduce guest-perceived noise levels. Consequently, a level of just 70 dB was recorded on the aft-deck of the A85 at 12 knots which is just slightly above the murmur of a crowded saloon. Staying with the subject of acoustic comfort, the internal bulkheads were also made using specific sound-absorbent okoumé marine ply panels over an extruded polystyrene closed-cell foam core to guarantee absolute privacy and quiet to guests.The ARCADIA YACHTS’ philosophy focuses not just on fostering a closer relationship with the environment but also on actively safeguarding it. In fact, over 40 square metres of solar panels have been integrated into the A85’s superstructure, yielding around 4.5 kW of power. This is enough to run the main utilities aboard which, in turn, results in a considerable saving in diesel, reduced pollution levels and improved onboard comfort, thanks to a substantial reduction in noise and vibration levels as well as zero emissions.

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Arcadia Yachts, finalists of the World Superyacht Awards 2016

March 24, 2016 Leave a comment

The World Superyacht Awards recognizes every year the remarkable innovation demanded by the design, engineering and construction of the world’s finest luxury yachts. Attended by the elite of the superyacht world, owners and industry leaders will come together to unveil the finest superyachts launched throughout last year 2015.

The finalists of the World Superyacht Awards 2016 have been announced and Arcadia Yachts with its Arcadia 115 M/Y Tortoise – 35mt length – is running for the semi-displacement or planning three deck motor yachts of 30m-41.9m category.

The Arcadia 115 Tortoise offers a delightful surprise with her combination of efficiency, on board living spaces and performance. ‘Tortoise’ was built and delivered in 2015. This vessel’s sophisticated exterior design and engineering are the result of specific expectations and requests  of her owner perfectly interpreted by the shipyard.

A comfortable eco and quiet yacht
Tortoise was meant to sail in the Med and accommodate the owner’s large family. Due to the intense use of the yacht, it was crucial to experience very low consumptions – one of the key facts of every Arcadia yacht – and capability to sail at night. The Arcadia’s “green” approach reflects in everything at the yard. This is a lifestyle that Arcadia Yachts has managed to bring into the nautical sector. An “ecological idea” which translates into eco-friendly solutions, that reduces consumption and environmental impact. To enjoy the sea in a more free and responsible way.
Arcadia Yachts is worldwide know for its Ecotech approach – thus the most advanced technological research and the best Italian creativity together so to generate innovative and efficient solutions which define a new “sustainable” frontier in yachting.
Promoting Functional Design with a distinct personal touch, to better integrate shapes and components and reach the highest eco-friendly performance.
Use of Double Glazed Solar Panels integrated within the superstructure – this feature ensures maximum comfort while recharging the batteries and powering all utilities and services on-board. This is the only way to reduce the use of generators;

A masterpiece of style
Tortoise was meant to be “unique”. Different from the previous three units of model Arcadia 115 built. The choice of the grey color combined with the “torquoise” exterior fabrics made her as unique as it could be.
More infos on Tortoise
Tortoise’s interior layout sleeps up to 12 guests in 6 staterooms, including a master suite, 3 double cabins and 2 twin cabins. She is also capable of carrying up to 7 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience. Extremely stylish, beautiful furnishings and sumptuous seating feature throughout her living areas to create an elegant and comfortable atmosphere. Tortoise’s impressive leisure and entertainment facilities make her the ideal yacht for socializing and entertaining with family and friends. Built with GRP hull and GRP superstructure, she features a very comfortable navigation. Tortoise is capable of 18 knots flat out, with a cruising speed of 16 knots.

Arcadia 115, delightful surprise in efficiency and speed

March 3, 2016 Leave a comment

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ARCADIA 115 : FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT

The Arcadia 115 offers a delightful surprise with her combination of efficiency and speed

 “Probably not necessary to point out that you haven’t seen a motor-yacht quite like this before. But if you can see from the outside that she offers something different, it’s not until you step aboard that you can appreciate just how radical she really is. Imagine the most ice-cool modernist apartment ever conceived and you’re getting some idea. But this one floats, and moves”  this is how Ugo Pellegrino – President of Arcadia introduced Arcadia 115.

Her unique appeal runs deeper than interior design, though, to fundamentals such as light and space as shown to such memorable effect in those floor-to-ceiling windows. Headroom is more than 7 feet on the main deck, and well over 8 feet in the private saloon upstairs. The sense of space is enhanced by limitless views through those transparent exterior walls except when the two amidships balconies are folded down, and there are no walls at all.

The 115 doesn’t just feel improbably spacious for her length. Thanks to her beamy, round-bilge hull, she really does offer more internal volume than a typical 115-footer. The 115’s hydrodynamics are key to the Arcadia concept, combining a broad performance envelope with fuel efficiency and seakeeping. Her semi displacement hull form, adapted by Arcadia from designs originating at Britain’s National Physical Laboratory (NPL), allows cruise speeds from 8 knots to almost 17 with little change in running attitude. Plus, the hull’s full sections add more interior depth than a typical planing hull, giving the 115 internal headroom without external height.

From the wide-open spaces of the upper deck to the broad and bright deck saloon, the 115’s entertaining areas are spectacular, with plenty of seating and dining space. Floors and bulkheads on our yacht were finished in oak, with cabinets of contrasting ebony and lacquer, reflective, high-gloss deck-heads, and dark marble in the bathrooms.

The interiors also featured furnishings by Poltrona Frau, although of course Arcadia would be happy to listen to a prospective owner’s ideas for an interior scheme. The glass used on the boat, incidentally, is not the stuff they use for greenhouses: it’s German, double-glazed, and filled with encapsulated, inert gas, which reportedly gives it the insulating qualities of a 20cm brick wall.

From the various layout options, the standard is a four-cabin version of the lower deck, two doubles and two twins. At the upper deck Arcadia 115 offers a jolly cabin (back to the wheelhouse area) that may be assigned to Captain or Vip guests as extra accommodation.

With the spectacular full-beam owner’s suite on the main deck, and four cabins down forward in the well appointed crew’s quarters, the yacht’s full complement is 10/12 guests and 8 crew – ideal in case of yacht charter. The three-cabin lower deck layout features a full-beam VIP suite aft in place of the two doubles. The tender garage can accommodate a 14-foot RIB and two Personal Water scooters.

Loaded as we were with something like 9 tons of fuel and water, not to mention 8 tons of lead ballast in the lowest part of the hull, the 115’s progress through the water was reassuringly determined. Applying 10 degrees of helm revealed a surprisingly tight turning circle and a modest angle of outward heel, which increased as more helm was applied. Long, fixed, roll-dampening fins have also been added in front of the stabilizers.

Arcadia claims that the 5-kilowatt photovoltaic panels (overall of 60 sqm) give the superstructure’s roof glass not only a futuristic look but also provide sufficient power on a bright day to run the refrigerators and freezers, plus lights, fans, and pumps, without the need for a generator, which will make sitting at anchor a whole lot quieter and more environmentally friendly.

For serious passage-making owners might choose to cruise at 8 knots or so to maximize the yacht’s range, but it is at 12.5 knots that the 115 really comes into its own as a luxury cruising machine. At that speed, to be achieved with the 12-cylinder MANs ticking over at a relaxed 1570 rpm, the miles slip by at a satisfactory rate but at a comparatively modest cost in fuel thanks to the yacht’s immense diesel capacity you should manage over 1,200 nautical miles at this speed.

In a yacht that impress for her concept, design, and performance, and also for her sheer presence on the water – that alluring mix of competence and confidence – it was this eerie silence onboard that perhaps made the strongest impression. So while you might not have seen a motor-yacht quite like this before, you certainly haven’t heard one like it.

BRIEF SPECIFICATIONS

Builder: Arcadia Yachts

Exterior/Interior design: Francesco Guida Design + Engineering

Model Year: 2012

Generator 2/45-kW Kohler 50Hz

Air Conditioning 240,000-Btu Condaria

LOA: 114’80”

Beam: 26’6″

Draft: 8’6″

Displacement: 180 tons

Gross Tonnage: 265

Standard Power: 2/1,224-hp MAN V12s

Optional Power: none

Fuel Capacity: 5,710 gal.

Water Capacity: 1,050 gal.

Flag: Marshall Island

Class: R.I.N.A. Charter Class – Malta Cross – Hull · MACH

Compliance: LY3

Solar Panels: 5KW approx

Base Price: 10.500.000 Euros

The Numbers

Arcadia 115

RPM KNOTS GPH RANGE dB(A)

600 5.5 2.6 7,545 42

1000 8.2 9.0 3,250 43

1250 10.1 17.4 2,070 43

1500 11.9 29.7 1,429 45

1750 13.4 48.6 983 44

2000 14.7 73.4 714 46

2250 16.2 106.7 542 54

2350 16.7 124.7 478 48

Sound levels measured at the helm. 65 dB(A) is the level of normal conversation.

 

 

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Arcadia 100, new concept flying-bridge by Arcadia Yachts

April 30, 2015 Leave a comment

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Arcadia Yachts unveils full details of A100 and its all new convertible fly-bridge

Arcadia 100 features a new concept flying-bridge, convertible into a sheltered third-deck, completely closed and protected by the side windows that can be raised up electrically to meet the hard-top

Arcadia Yachts widens its 2015 range with the new Arcadia 100′, with Hull #1 currently under construction. With a length overall of 31.06 meters but 29.29 meters waterline and 7.75 meters beam, unusual for yachts of similar size, Arcadia 100 offers a remarkable GT (internal volume), positively influencing the living space on board. Like her larger sister Arcadia 115’, this new entry as well features a third deck and is built according to Arcadia’s “family feeling” style that makes all Arcadia models immediately identifiable.

THE GREAT INNOVATION
Arcadia 100 features a new concept flying-bridge, convertible into a sheltered third-deck, completely closed and protected by the side windows that can be raised up electrically to meet the hard-top, exactly as it happens for the cars. Therefore the whole upper-deck area becomes much more flexible and usable with any weather condition, being air-conditioned in very hot climes or bad weather, or left open and aired if needed, as per any traditional flying-bridge. On the third deck are fitted the wheelhouse, a lounge with sofas and coffee tables, wet-bar and, externally in the aft, a sun-deck.

NPL HULL AND PERFORMANCE
Arcadia 100′ has a semi-displacement hull, NPL type. This kind of hull is named after the National Physical Laboratory of England where tests were conducted to determine its shape for the best ratio of length to beam in terms of hydrodynamic efficiency. Studies were implemented by Arcadia’s technical department prior to adopting the NPL as Arcadia’s hull, resulting in excellent sea keeping qualities and noise reduction, for exceptional comfort. This advanced hull, together with the light Arcadia superstructure, allows very satisfactory performance with low-power engines. It significantly reduces fuel consumption and related running costs compared to other yachts of similar dimensions. Actually the new Arcadia 100′ with two engines by 1,000 hp each reaches a maximum speed of about 18 knots, and offers cruising speed perfect for long distance day trips. Actually, at 16 knots, the fuel consumption is apx. 230 lt/h and at 14 knots this decreases to about 150 lt/h. At economical cruising speed, suitable for night navigation and long range cruises (8/10 knots), the consumption drops down to less than 50 lt/h. The Arcadia 100 cruising range is also favoured by low generator usage thanks to the electrical energy supplied by the solar panels that cover almost all of the superstructure.

ADDITIONAL ENERGY FROM SOLAR PANELS
Solar cells of latest generation are integrated between external and internal surface of double-glazing panels fitted on top of the largest part of the superstructure. This advanced and ecological system supplies enough power to run many equipment and electrical systems, like refrigerators, water circulation, toilettes, lights, A/V, electronics, while recharging batteries. Lets say, the power needed on board while at anchor, excluding the air conditioning, is supplied “free of charge” all day long by the solar panels system and convertor rather than the generators. It results in a significant saving of diesel oil, less pollution and more comfort on board thanks to the substantial reduction of noise, vibration, no gas emission while enjoying your time close to the swim platform. Each double-glazing panel contains a special gas named Krypton, which guarantees a high thermo-isolating coefficient, up to 18° of thermal cooling between interior and exterior temperatures, the equivalent of a 20 cm brick wall.

COMFORT ABOARD
The comfort aboard the Arcadia 100′ is the product of the high level of attention the yard has dedicated during construction to lowering of noise and vibrations, by the use of solutions optimizing the diffusion of these natural phenomenon and reducing their perception by guests to a minimum. Also the lack of steps, in order to obtaining flash decks on each level as a habit in all Arcadia Yachts, facilitate the circulation on board and allows a sense of comfort and continuity that is unusual in yachts of this size.

LAY-OUT AND INTERIORS
The yard proposes many internal layout variations, either four or five cabins, to meet the requirements of the majority of owners and ensure the proper comfort and privacy expected on yachts of this size. However the yard is available to develop custom interiors and different finishing solutions in order to satisfy the buyer’s expectations on every Arcadia model. The Arcadia 100′ standard version has the full beam owner’s suite amidships on the lower deck, with the bed offset to starboard facing forward. Behind the bed are the washroom with bathtub, sanitaries and twin sinks, and the dressing room with adjacent vanity area. To port we find an area to relax in, with armchairs and side- tables. All the features are integrated in a spacious environment, illuminated by large openings in the hull. Forward we have two twin cabins with their own washrooms, and then the V.I.P. Cabin. The latter has a queen size bed, a large private washroom with a separate area for the sanitaries, a vanity zone, and abundant illumination.

Other optional versions for this Arcadia 100 offer the owner’s suite afore on the main deck, opening directly on the private sun-deck, convertible in dinette, on then bow. In this case, if needed, the suite on the lower deck can be divided into two identical guest cabins by means of a folding wall, to increase the number of rooms. In both versions the crew area is spacious and finished with care; the yard has always kept crew comfort in high regard.

On the main deck, the grand living area directly connected to the cockpit, features both salon and dining zones, creating a single, bright and airy space, characterized by the transparency of the vertical side crystals and the solar panels on the ceiling. The whole living area on the main deck can be transformed into a “patio” on the sea thanks to sides sliding doors and gunwale balconies, creating an amazing “al fresco” zone with an unique sea view. The yard is proud of this distinctive solution, found only on the A 100′.

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Arcadia 85, far east version by Arcadia Yachts

March 20, 2015 Leave a comment

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ARCADIA 85 LUXURY SOLAR PANEL YACHT ARRIVES IN HONG KONG

-Hull #07 of Arcadia 85 in its Far East edition delivered in Hong Kong

HULL #07 OF ARCADIA 85 IN ITS FAR EAST EDITION DELIVERED IN HONG KONG – M/Y Lady 007 is the name of the first Arcadia delivered in Hong Kong to Eletek. The layout and the functional living concepts of Arcadia 85 in its Far East Edition are the result of a construction evolution: the linear design of the superstructure and the vertical line of the bow allow a better use of every single available internal/external space. Living capacity is wider than other yachts of the same size. The uniqueness of Arcadia’s project is finding a design solution to integrate solar panels. Yard’s passion for solar technology and clean mobility is finally expressed in this 26mt length and 7.15 width yacht equipped with 40sqm of photovoltaic panels each composed of hundreds of high performance solar cells. That’s how and where any Arcadia Yacht generates almost all the energy for the equipment on board and gives it such excellent class-leading ”green credentials”.

Arcadia 85 Far East version “bullet points”

.Generators enhanced to support more powerful air conditioning

.Insulation increased to improve the onboard comfort according to warmer and more humid climate

.Net separation between technical crew areas including galley  and guests living spaces

.An overall of 15 mt of free view from living area to stern

.A special and new color for the hull a “light grey pearl”

The design of Arcadia 85 reflects simple and understated styling with an harmonious blend between the indoor and outdoor areas. Her deckhouse has been made almost entirely out of double layered reflecting glass, giving the interior a bright and airy feel. The sliding over-head and lateral blinds can provide privacy and shade, as required by the owner and their guests once in port or in bay. Arcadia 85 impressive aft-deck lounge (8,50mt in length) features a well protected cockpit, perfect for dining, as well as large sunbathing area towards the stern of the yacht.

Arcadia 85 is a semi-planing yacht. Its particular hull (NPL) is named after the National Physical Laboratory of England. Studies and tests were implemented by Arcadia’s chief engineer and designer Francesco Guida as well as hull shape – prior to adopt the NPL as Arcadia’s Hulls with the result of excellent sea keeping qualities and noise reduction for an exceptional comfort while cruising or at anchor.

The Arcadia 85 has a full load displacement of 67 tons. She is powered by twin MAN diesels R6-730hp each, giving her the maximum speed of 18.5 knots and she can comfortably cruise at the speed of 16.5 knots, as well as 12.0 knots. Her range is approx 850NM @12.0 knots.
Arcadia 85 is designed to be a family Yacht, which combines different exterior functions in one single deck, giving guests more possibility to spend time together. While interiors profit by the advanced aesthetic sensation of “open space” and closer contact with nature thanks to the full “floor-to-ceiling” windows.
Yacht has four guest cabins at the lower deck, including the spectacular owner’s cabin admin-ship. The room is unusually large with a stunning beautiful en suite head. The large VIP forward cabin is fitted with double bed and dressing and there are two further twin cabins. The bow of the Yacht offers space for 4 crew, which can be accessed directly through the wheel-house. Overall, a remarkable space has been assigned to the crew and technical areas, including the tender garage where a 4+ meter tender and 2 seater Jet Ski can easily be stored.
Arcadia 85 main saloon is more intimate and provides space for up to 8 guests. However, the aft deck being well protected against the sea elements, gives a larger possibility to guests to spend most of the time there, instead of inside. The interior of the Yacht features modern furniture by well known “made in Italy” design brands, such as Poltrone Frau, Cassina and Schiffini. Almost all the interiors are composed of loose pieces of furniture, thus giving the option of modular layouts. In the Far East version, Arcadia 85 has a separation between galley and the dining area. Access to the wheelhouse is on the left side.

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Arcadia 85 US Edition, new way to experience the sea by Arcadia Yachts

December 24, 2014 Leave a comment

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ARCADIA 85 US EDITION

Successful US debut of the Arcadia 85 in its American edition

Arcadia Yachts – the innovative and unique “eco-friendly” Italian shipyard – has the pleasure to announce the successful US debut of Arcadia 85 in its US edition (hull #8).

The layout and the functional living concepts of Arcadia 85 US Edition are the result of a  construction evolution: the linear design of the superstructure and the vertical line of the bow allow a better use of every single available internal/external space. Living capacity is wider than other yachts of the same size. The uniqueness of Arcadia’s project is finding in the design solution to integrate solar panels into a yacht with navigation performance.

Yard’s passion for solar technology and clean mobility is finally expressed in this 26mt length and 7.15 width yacht equipped with 40sqm of photovoltaic panels each composed of hundreds of high performance solar cells. That’s how and where any Arcadia yacht get all the energy for the equipment on board: showers, wc, fridge and lights.

The design of Arcadia 85 reflects simple and understated styling with an harmonious blend between the indoor and outdoor areas. Her deckhouse has been made almost entirely out of double layered reflecting glass, giving the interior a bright and airy feel. The sliding over-head and lateral blinds can provide privacy and shade, as required by the owner and his guests once in port or in bay. Arcadia 85 impressive aft-deck lounge (8,50mt in length) features a well protected cockpit, perfect for dining, as well as large sunbathing area towards the stern of the yacht.

Arcadia 85 is a semi-planing yacht. Its particular hull (NPL) is named after the National Physical Laboratory of England where tests were conducted to determine the best shape hull and the best ratio length-beam in terms of hydrodynamic efficiency.

Studies and tests were implemented by Arcadia’s technical department as well as hull shape – prior to adopt the NPL as Arcadia’s Hulls with the result of excellent sea keeping qualities and noise reduction for an exceptional comfort while cruising or at anchor.

Arcadia 85 hull is built in gel coat and reinforced fiberglass with vinylester resin for the three external layers. Sides are built in PVC sandwich with fiberglass. This particular structure makes an Arcadia yacht considerably light and durable for its size.  The advanced semi-planing hull which allows efficient performances together with the very light superstructure in aluminum significantly reduces weight and fuel consumption and related running costs of its low-power engines .

The 25.90 metre (84.95ft) Arcadia 85 has a full load displacement of 67 tons. She is powered by twin MAN diesels R6-730hp each, giving her the maximum speed of 18.5 knots and she can comfortably cruise at the speed of 16.5 knots, as well as 12.0 knots.

Her range is approx 850NM @12.0 knots.

Arcadia 85 US version “bullet points”
Compared to the MED version, here some changes on the US version of ARCADIA 85 :

Technical aspects

· Generators enhanced to support more powerful air conditioning

· Powered Air conditioning system
· Insulation increased to improve the onboard comfort according to warmer and more humide climate
· The electrical system conforms to US standards

Design / Layout Aspects
· Interiors and exteriors solutions adapted to the needs of the US market
· Open-spaced galley (Schiffini design) to the dining area of main salon as special request from the US market

. Vip cabin with dressing area
· Washing machine/dryer cabinet located in the guest cabins corridor

Arcadia 85  is designed to be a family yacht, which combines different exterior functions in one single deck, giving guests more possibility to spend time together. While interiors profit by the advanced aesthetic sensation of “open space” and closer contact with nature thanks to the the full “floor-to-ceiling” windows.

Yacht has four guest cabins at the lower deck, including the spectacular owner’s cabin adminship. The room is unusually large with a stunningly beautiful en suite head. The large VIP cabin forward is fitted with double bed and dressing. And there are also two more twin cabins. The bow of the yacht offers space for 4 of crew, which can be accessed through the wheel-house. Yacht assured a remarkable space has been assigned to the crew and technical areas, including the tender garage where a 4+ meter tender and 2 seater Jet Ski can easily be stored.

Arcadia 85 main saloon is more intimate and provides space for up to 8 guests. However, the aft deck being well protected against the elements, gives a larger possibility to guest to spend most of the time there, instead of inside. The interior of the yacht features modern furniture by well known best of “made in Italy” design brands, such as Poltrone Frau, Cassina and Schiffini. Almost all the interiors are composed of loose pieces of furniture, thus giving the option of modular layouts. In the US version, Arcadia 85 has an open-spaced galley to the dining area. Acces to the wheelhouse is on the left side.

With Arcadia 85 US edition, arrives in US as well, a new way to experience the sea, with innovation and ethical values. Because sailing is a privilege that should be experienced without ostentations, rushing or any kind of waste. To enjoy the sea whilst respecting Nature and the economic value of every single action. A real commitment made of style and substance. A project that has become a new point of reference for the market sector in just a few years. This is our “ecological dream”, which takes place in three different key steps: starting from the ECOTHINK philosophy to ECOTECH innovations, up to a new onboard experience, ECOLIVING.

ABOUT ARCADIA YACHTS

ECOTHINK – A “ green” approach reflects in everything we do, in our everyday life, at work and when making big decisions. This is a lifestyle that Arcadia Yachts has managed to bring into the nautical sector through an idea that has combined together functional design and “ethical sense”, appreciation and respect for the environment. An “ecological idea” which translates into eco-friendly solutions, that reduces consumption and environmental impact. To enjoy the sea in a more free and responsible way. Because the future of yachting is a little greener every day.

ECOTECH – The most advanced technological research and the best Italian creativity to generate innovative and efficient solutions which define a new “sustainable” frontier in yachting:

> FUNCTIONAL DESIGN with a distinct personal touch, to better integrate shapes and components and reach the highest eco-friendly performance;

> Double glazing PANELS integrated within the superstructure. This feature ensures maximum comfort whilst recharging the batteries and powering all utilities and services on-board. This is the only way to reduce the use of generators;

> HYDRODYNAMIC EFFICIENCY of the semi-displacement hull which requires limited engine power, guaranteeing low consumption, emissions and maintenance costs;

> SOPHISTICATED SYSTEMS which provide waste water treatment to avoid pollution;

> Optional HYBRID PROPULSION to sail up to 8 knots with “zero emissions” in absolute silence;

> ARCADIA ASSEMBLING SYSTEM which minimises the waste materials during the building stage, the use of paints, and helps reduce construction times.

THE SHIPYARD – Shipyard is located in the heart of the Mediterranean: a 36.000m2 facility where craftsmanship, modern technologies, attention to detail and the surrounding environment are perfectly blended together.

THE FLEET – A series of fibreglass yachts ranging from 85 to 115 feet, with new plans to increase the size from 145 feet up to 180.

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Arcadia 115′, yacht di lusso dai cantieri navali Arcadia Yachts

September 26, 2011 Leave a comment

Al Salone Nautico di Genova che si terrà dall’1 al 9 ottobre, la prestigiosa Arcadia Yachts presenterà il nuovo modello 115′.
Si tratta di un’imbarcazione di lusso realizzata con il principale obbiettivo di rispettare l’ambiente; Arcadia 115′ è un concentrato di pannelli fotovoltaici, vetrocamere e sistemi di purificazione ad alto contenuto tecnologico.
Gli interni sono interamente in stile italiano, firmati dal prestigioso Gruppo Poltrona Frau; un insieme di ambienti raffinati e arredamenti di grande qualità, offrono un look soddisfacente e capace di accogliere nel migliore dei modi anche i più esigenti.
L’unico dato ufficiale rivelato di questo nuovo yacht è la sua lunghezza, che raggiunge i 35 metri.
Per altre informazioni, non ci resta che aspettare ancora qualche settimana per la presentazione.

Fonte: GoLook.it

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