Hee­sen Ya­ch­ts - Lau­ren­tia

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The new Ar­ca­dia Ya­ch­ts 105 will be ma­king its world de­but at the Can­nes Yachting Fe­sti­val 2018. The fir­st pro­ject pre­sen­ted one year ago was so suc­ces­sful to the ex­tent the shi­pyard is al­rea­dy buil­ding the third hull. The pro­ject de­si­gn was car­ried out wi­th Mi­lan ba­sed Hot Lab, the A105 li­ke the re­st of the Ar­ca­dia fleet pi­vo­ts around the yard’s phi­lo­so­phic prin­ci­ples whi­ch in a nu­tshell are sim­ply: re­si­lien­ce, the pri­vi­le­ging of con­tact wi­th the sur­roun­dings, con­vi­via­li­ty and re­la­xa­tion “en plei­ne air”. Eve­ry A105 is in fact rea­li­zed in mo­re ways than one by li­ste­ning to ow­ners’ re­quests and of the use he wi­shes to ma­ke of the su­pe­rya­cht. Con­se­quen­tly the ya­cht is built ac­cor­din­gly. This hull fea­tu­res di­stinc­ti­ve trai­ts and chi­sel­led shi­pyard’s li­nes that ha­ve been in­ter­pre­ted to fur­ther en­han­ce the spa­ces de­di­ca­ted to con­vi­via­li­ty and to ‘al fre­sco’ spo­ts along the main deck. Con­tact wi­th the sur­roun­dings

be they ur­ban or ma­ri­ne ha­ve been pri­vi­le­ged by lar­ge win­dow li­ke ports whi­ch de­li­ver loads of na­tu­ral light as well as by thick ther­mal in­su­la­ting glass sli­ding doors whi­ch can of­fer great views whi­le kee­ping the sum­mer heat out whi­le ef­fec­ti­ve­ly re­du­cing the use of A/C plan­ts. Aft of the main deck the­re’s plen­ty of room to seat up to ten peo­ple around a ta­ble to en­joy a for­mal din­ner whi­le the loun­ge area can seat a fur­ther twel­ve and the spa­ce when nee­ded can dou­ble as ano­ther di­ning area the­re­by rai­sing sea­ting ca­pa­ci­ty to mo­re than twen­ty. The sa­me the­me has been car­ried th­rou­gh to the up­per deck, whe­re the 30 squa­re me­tre sky loun­ge ex­tends as far as the sun loun­ge whi­ch is all of ano­ther 35 squa­re me­tres for a to­tal of about 60 all de­di­ca­ted to con­vi­via­li­ty and re­la­xa­tion al­so when ‘ in­doors’ and shel­te­red from un­plea­sant wea­ther or out in the sun­light. The in­te­rior de­cor is ba­sed on two co­lours ta­king the lion’s share: black and whi­te, whe­re whi­te un­der­sco­res pas­sa­ge ways whi­le black is de­ployed in the areas in whi­ch to wel­co­me guests. Eve­ry ele­ment is ex­pres­sly de­si­gned so as not to hin­der pa­no­ra­mic views star­ting wi­th the stair­way, the steps of whi­ch sim­ply seem to float in air li­ke a fea­ther to the fur­ni­tu­re and ta­bles that are pur­po­se­ly low ones. The ow­ner who is now at his third Ar­ca­dia has op­ted for a two VIP ca­bin lay­out and an ow­ner sui­te wi­th de­di­ca­ted ac­cess. TECH­NI­CAL DATA LOA: 31.57 m – LWL: 29.32 m – Beam: 7.76 m – Draught: 2.01 m – Di­spla­ce­ment ful­ly la­den: 134 tons – Gross ton­na­ge: 203 GT – En­gi­nes: 2x1.000 HP MAN V8 – Top speed de­cla­red: 17 kno­ts – Crui­sing speed de­cla­red: 15 kno­ts – Fuel tank ca­pa­ci­ty: 15,600 li­tres– Wa­ter tank ca­pa­ci­ty: 3,100 li­tres – Con­struc­tion ma­te­rial: GRP and alu­mi­nium – Hull: NPL Se­mi- Pla­ning.

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