Italian builder Arcadia Yacht debuts the U.S. edition of its 85-foot (26m) semi-planing vessel. The boxy-looking yacht offers more interior space compared with other vessels her size, and covers the top deck with solar panels.
This is Hull No. 8 in the Arcadia 85 line. She is powered by twin MAN diesels R6-730hp each, giving her a maximum speed of 18.5 knots with cruising at 16.5 knots. At 12 knots, the range is about 850nm. The tender garage can hold a 4m tender and two-seat Jet Ski.
Changes to the Med version include more powerful generators for stronger air conditioning, U.S. electrical system, and a galley that opens to the dining area.
The yacht has four cabins on the lower deck, including the owner’s cabin amidship, and accommodations for four crew. Find the yacht on ramp 10 in the HMY Yachts exhibit. Look for the green pipes standing at attention on the dock like tall grass.
New York-based Hacker-Craft will debut its first fiberglass hull. The classic mahogany motorboat builder offers the 27-foot fiberglass tender with a 7-foot-3-inch beam and 28-inch draft.
Last week, Hacker-Craft launched a 33.5-foot limousine tender for a 230-foot yacht
Find the fiberglass boat on ramp 3; Downeast Cove 9-10.
Taiwan-built Horizon Yachts debuts a 110-foot tri-deck model and an E84 model at the show. The Horizon P110 has a beam of 23.5 feet with four en suite guest cabins and crew quarters aft of the engines.
The E84 was designed for cruising in the Bahamas. Also with four staterooms and crew quarters aft of the engines.
Find them at the Horizon Yacht USA display on ramp 15.
Sanlorenzo is unveiling the designs for its new 76-foot and 86-foot models today. Sanlorenzo Americas also recently partnered with Wajer Americas as the exclusive distributor of the Dutch tenders in the Americas. The company’s flagship launch, Wajer Osprey 38, debuts at the show.
Find the vessels at the Sanlorenzo exhibit, ramp 25.
Lucy Chabot Reed is editor of Triton Today, firstname.lastname@example.org.