Arcadia Yachts has extended its offering of models with the addition of the new Arcadia 100, currently under construction. The company says that for a yacht of similar proportions (31m LOA and 7.8m beam) the Arcadia 100 offers remarkable internal volume.
The Arcadia 100 is similar to the Arcadia 115 in featuring a third deck but the company is particularly keen to emphasise her new concept flexible fly-bridge. It can be converted into a sheltered third deck, completely closed and protected by the side windows that can be raised up electrically to meet the hard-top.
As with other yachts from the shipyard, the Arcadia 100 will be fitted with the latest generation solar cells that supply enough power to run most of the yacht’s equipment and electrical systems while recharging batteries. She also features a semi-displacement hull that has been rigorously tested for hydrodynamic efficiency.
Read more about Arcadia Yachts in the April issue of Superyacht Business.