on 12 Mar 2023
With the sale of a new A105 and the yacht brand's entire range now in production, 2023 is promising to be a bumper year for Italy's Arcadia Yachts.
With a contract recently signed by a Turkish customer for a fourth A105 with six cabins, and the imminent delivery of a fleet of new yachts – three Sherpa 60s, two Sherpa 80s and an A85 to owners in Turkey, Australia and the Balearics – the yard founded by Ugo Pellegrino is set to be very busy in the coming months.
The company is also set to launch the brand’s new A96 model (above), an extraordinary project with interiors by Igor Lobanov that will enter the water in the second half of 2023.
The Arcadia Yachts 2023 order book provides eloquent confirmation of the brand’s successful internationalisation process, assigned in 2021 to sales manager Francesco Frediani, who is now completing the task with great determination.
The orders for one of the two Sherpa 80s and the fourth A105 (below) – the second Arcadia yacht sold to this owner – are being completed in partnership with Tezmarin, an important Turkish dealer that distributes some of the most famous brands in this sector.
In line with Arcadia Yachts’ design philosophy, this fourth A105 is characterized by the generosity of both its interior and exterior spaces, designed, built and furnished to create a totally seamless environment that arouses feelings of cosiness, transparency and connection with the very essence of the sea.
The six-cabin layout features spaces for convivial living, extensive use of solar panels, up and down windows and advanced technical solutions that make the most of sea breezes even in the indoor living areas. The semi-displacement hull ensures cruising comfort and an appreciable reduction in consumption levels.
Also under construction is the latest project undertaken by the yard that sees environmental responsibility as one of its key drivers. Over 29 metres long and almost 8 metres in the beam, the five-cabin A96 is designed around a concept of wellbeing.
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