May 15, 2016

New Model: Arcadia 85S

Arcadia the innovative eco-friendly Italian shipyard has the pleasure to announce the delivery of hull #1 of Arcadia 85S, an all-new "special" edition with sky-lounge, dedicated to American customers.  Arcadia 85S is designed to be a family yacht, which combines different exterior functions over two decks, giving guests more possibility to spend time together. While interiors profit by the advanced aesthetic sensation of open space and closer contact with nature thanks to the the full floor-to-ceiling windows. The layout and the functional living concepts of Arcadia 85S are the result of a construction evolution: the linear design of the superstructure and the vertical line of the bow allow a better use of every single available internal and external space. Living capacity is wider than other yachts of the same size. The uniqueness of Arcadia’s project is finding in the design solution to integrate solar panels into a yacht with navigation performance.  Arcadia 85S hull one has improved her soundproofing capacity index, replacing the PVC, for the fore part of the hull, with Balsa core sandwich structure. The advanced semi-planing hull which allows efficient performances together with the very light superstructure in aluminum significantly reduces weight and fuel consumption and related running costs of its low-power engines . The just 26 meter short Arcadia 85S has a full load displacement of 67 tons.  She is powered by twin MAN 730hp each, giving her the maximum speed of 18 knots and she can comfortably cruise at the speed of 16 knots, as well as 12.0 knots. Her range is approx 850 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Technical Data:
LOA - 25.9 m (84.9ft)
Hull Length - 23.9 m
Beam - 7.15 m
Draft - 1.65 m
Displacement - 55 t light, 67 t full load
Fuel Capacity - 8000 l
Water Capacity - 1600 l
Engines - 2 x Man R6 730hp, 1000hp optional
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 18 knots max, 16 knots cruise, 12 knots economic long range
Range - 850 nm at 12 knots
Hull Shape - NPL series planning hull
Project - Guida engineering, 3F Technologies

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