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Arcadia launches two yachts

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Italian shipyard Arcadia Yachts has launched A105 hull No. 3 and A85 hull No. 16.

Both yachts, launched in May, reflect what the yard says is its investment in research and development of “green” design and eco-sustainability, such as high-efficiency solar panels to reduce generator use at anchor and thermally insulated windows.

A105 hull No. 3

A85 hull No. 16 is expected to be delivered soon to an Italian owner. The owner of A105 hull No. 3 plans to use it also for charters, cruising six months in the Med and six months in the Caribbean. Both yachts will be exhibited at the Cannes show in September, along with the yard’s new Sherpa XL, which will be making its world debut.

For more information, visit arcadiayachts.it.

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