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Arcadia sells first A100+ unit

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Arcadia Yachts has sold the first unit of A100+ to a British resident, two months after its official presentation at the Montenapoleone Yacht Club 2017 in Milan.

A100+ is the company’s first project in collaboration with Milan-based design studio Hot Lab and will expand upon the eco-friendly principles of the line’s A85 model. More details on the A100+ will be revealed at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September, according to a company news release.

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