With a proud bow and angular shape, the new Arcadia 100 feels like an explorer yacht poised to take us into the future. It is the first time that Arcadia – the innovation driven yard with the green aspiration – teams up with the Milan-based studio Hot Lab Yacht & Design. The new Arcadia 100 is the evolution of the 100 feet model presented in her full grace in February 2017.
Powered by a pair of 1,000-horsepower MAN diesels, the Arcadia 100 offers a range of more than 1,000 miles at cruising speeds of nearly 14 knots. With that powerplant, this 101-footer tops out at better than 16 knots.
The superstructure has the typical Arcadia feature: An army of solar panels that reduces generator use to a minimum. This system makes the yachts very autarkic without diesel smell or noise. It produces enough power to run the most important systems.
The upper deck with helm station is a combination between outdoor and indoor space. Thanks to electric windows like in a car, it can be fully enclosed when bad weather comes out or can be opened for sunny days.
The 100 got some updates on the exterior design like a wider lounge area on the sundeck. Furthermore a sunbathing area on the bow. In total, the Arcadia 100 offers seats for more than 20 guests for dining. 10 on the formal dining table, another twelve at lounge area that can be transformed into a dining area. The main salon has full-height windows and fold-out bulwarks to create a kind of a luxurious pavilion on the water.