Italian yard Arcadia has announced the sale of the fifth hull in its revamped 35 metre A115 flagship yacht range.
Speaking about the sale, Arcadia Yachts director Ugo Pellegrino said he was "proud of the work of the whole yard".
He added: "This was undoubtedly the main element that gave us the confidence to gain the customer's trust for such an important order.”
The yacht, which was being built on-spec, features renovated interiors and exteriors designed in collaboration with Hot Lab, with key on board features including a winter garden flanked by full-height windows.
A total of 500 square metres of living space is spread across all three decks, including 140 square metres on the upper deck alone.
Accommodation is for a total of eight guests, including three double guest cabins on the lower deck and 40 square metres owner’s apartment at the main deck bow.
Crew accommodation consists of four cabins at the bow of the lower deck for a total staff of eight. The captain’s cabin meanwhile is found on the upper deck next to the wheelhouse.
Speaking about the yacht, Hot Lab’s Enrico Lumini picked out the winter garden and arch that connects the aft and stern of the yacht as key examples of the revamped design.
“In the jardin d’hiver we worked so that the transparency clearly perceived when viewing the A115 from outside can be experienced inside as well,” he said. “We achieved this with low furniture items concentrated inside the volume, away from the uprights and the large windows.”
Speaking about the arch, he added: “The arch is a very strong feature, a distinguishing trait of Arcadia's A range. Arches matching the main one have been included on the decks, to bring to mind the exterior line when standing inside.”