In mid-November, we reported the launch of Arcadia Yachts' flagship, the Arcadia 115. Christened M'Ocean, the yacht has now been delivered, and Arcadia Yachts has shared the first pictures of her with us.
The tri-deck yacht is based on the successful Arcadia 85 with Francesco Guida applying the same innovative design to this 35 metre semi-displacement hull built in composite. His design has been guided by eco-friendly principles and features an abundance of natural light and some ingenious solutions.
One of most impressive places is the upper deck saloon, which has a relatively transparent superstructure that allows natural light to fill the interior, and solar panels that provide enough power to limit the use of generators.
The full-beam dining area is ideally located in the middle of the main deck. Retractable balconies on each side enhance the sense of spaciousness and offer fantastic views out to sea.
The four guest cabins, two doubles and two twins, are bright and light in spite of their lower deck location. The foredeck has been cleverly utilised to create a guest area with a large sun pad area that tapers towards a spa pool.
A sister ship of M'Ocean is already under construction and should be delivered in 2013.