The Restyled ARCADIA 115 Looks Absolutely Incredible Thanks to Hot Lab
There are so many reasons to daydream and the latest comes from the Italian shipyard Arcadia Yachts. The brilliant team from Arcadia has been working hard on a new yacht project, which is basically a revamped version of the popular Arcadia 115 model – the fifth iteration of this beauty, to be more exact.
Looking absolutely breathtaking from front to back, the Arcadia 115 also benefits from the impressive attention to detail and magical touch of the acclaimed Italian yacht design studio Hot Lab. This fifth hull is set to hit the water by 2021 and was designed for both personal and charter operations.
This particular unit is going to be built on spec, which is why it was decided that all the required commercial specifications were going to be kept in mind throughout the duration of the project. As a result, the lucky owner of this stunning vessel could decide to use the yacht in such a commercial manner at a later date.
But I’m sure it will be a real privilege to use this yacht for personal cruising first, as the features onboard and the crew will make you forget about anything else.
As you might expect, this Arcadia vessel also benefits from the extensive use of glass; this means plenty of natural light throughout the interiors, while solar cells make sure that the generators are well rested while at anchor. That’s a nice, modern touch, isn’t it?
According to Hot Lab, the jardin d’hiver on the upper deck and the arch that beautifully connects the aft and stern of the yacht are going to be two of the main highlights of this yacht.
The first feature, the jardin d’hiver, is all about transparency – whether you’re viewing the A115 from outside, or looking from inside out. The use of contemporary furniture items, that are away from the uprights, and the large windows, reduced the visual impact as much as possible and would allow passengers to enjoy unobstructed views of the surroundings.
The aforementioned arch, a distinguishing trait of ARCADIA’s A range, was meant to keep different areas of this boat connected and also to bring to mind the exterior line when you’re standing inside. Do you like what you see?