Arcadia Yachts Sets Trends

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Arcadia Yachts celebrates its tenth anniversary with the new Sherpa XL which will have its German premier at Boot. From solar panels that allow to reduce generator use when at anchor to the large, thermally, insulated windows and the high-efficiency semi-planing hull (which allows to considerably reduce, fuel consumption), everything aboard Arcadia yacht is designed to provide a unique experience of life at sea in close contact with the surrounding environment. The open areas on every Arcadia yacht allow to become fully part of the marine environment, while the larger than mainstream players aft-decks unite the yacht and the sea, as if the sea itself were a natural extension of the yacht. The full-height windows, the side openings and the innovative glass panels (which can be lowered and raised like car windows) generate spaces in which the threshold between inside and outside becomes imperceptible, while closed spaces dissolve and are absorbed by the surrounding natural environment.

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