The 31.6m/103ft Arcadia 105 motor yacht has been delivered to her new Owners and can be spotted cruising in the Western Mediterranean charter grounds before her public debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2018 held from 11th-16th September.
One of the most instantly recognisable features of an Arcadia Yachts hull is the solar panels covering the roof: M/Y ARCADIA 105 is no exception and she has an output of 4.2 kW to power on board systems for less reliance on her 4.120 gallon diesel fuel tanks.
Italian Hot Lab design studio worked in collaboration with the shipyard to form the exterior design as well as the interior décor, which uses a monochrome colour scheme and curvaceous modern furnishings.
Her main deck alone contains an air-conditioned lounge and a separate formal dining room that doubles as a meeting room. The interiors connect seamlessly with the exterior guest areas and the aft cockpit provides up to 10 guests with a shaded alfresco living and dining area. Folding balconies and sliding glass doors further reduce the barriers between the indoor and outdoor spaces.
Above, the skylounge is a second convertible space and guests have and abundance of sunpads to the aft as an alternative the sun-exposed seating area on the bow.
The accommodation places two twin cabins convertible to doubles on the lower deck forward, behind which there is a VIP stateroom and a sizeable full-beam Master suite containing a private lounge and walk-in wardrobe. All guest cabins have en-suite facilities and the Master suite also benefits from separate access up to the main salon. The tender garage has room to store a tender, jet ski and additional water toys for the Owner and the swim platform is sure to see use as a sunbathing space.
Twin MAN V8 diesel engines each producing 1,000 HP allow for a maximum speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots.