The Arcadia 105 is the Italian shipyard’s latest accomplishment when it comes to eco-friendly yacht concepts. The new product is quiet and uses its space more efficiently.
Arcadia has always had the philosophy of designing a yacht around how its owner wants to use it, putting the usability ahead of the appearance. However, this doesn’t mean the new ship doesn’t have a remarkable look to it, particularly on the inside.
Made with a certain customer in mind, the 105 certainly integrates its outside with the inside. The outside can be defined as a “clean” design with a modern feel to it. There is black and white decor used all around its windows and the floors are light colored and made with wood accents.
The ship has a master suite and two VIP suites for guests. As a matter of fact, this ship has the capacity to accommodate around 12 guests in its saloon and around 10 people in its rear cockpit.
When it comes to the sky lounge on the upper deck the area has fancy sofas for dining. Space can be heated, but the electric side windows in the room can roll down automatically to let some fresh air in from time to time. The rear doors also open the same way giving the guest access to the sun lounge.
Arcadia also has several solar panels that power most of its house systems. These panels not only charge the yacht’s batteries but also allow the ship to maintain itself silent at night. An example of a product that aligns ecological and practical features indeed.