Arcadia Yachts debuts 55-footer at German show

Arcadia Yachts is giving its new model, Sherpa, its world debut at the 2016 Boot Dusseldorf.
Author:
Updated:
Original:
Arcadia hopes to reach entry-level yachters with its new 55-foot Sherpa.

Arcadia hopes to reach entry-level yachters with its new 55-foot Sherpa.

Arcadia Yachts is giving its new model, Sherpa, its world debut at the 2016 Boot Dusseldorf, which is underway and will continue through Sunday in Germany.

Arcadia said production of the entry-level yacht Sherpa is part of the recent extension of its GRP range. Together with the Arcadia 100 (now under construction), the yard’s GRP line is between 85 and 115 feet.

All models are built using dedicated molds, one for each model, Arcadia said. The yard will unveil details about production plans for full-displacement steel/aluminum yachts from 135 to 150 feet.

Click here for more.

Related

A Collective Voice Against Tariffs

Organizations in the E.U. and U.S. have issued a statement ahead of next week’s Brussels Summit urging for the termination of retaliatory tariffs.

ABYC Free Webinar Series Returns

The association’s online learning events will continue with “Fuel System Troubleshooting” on June 17.

Getting to Know the Newbies

At last week’s Partners Outdoors symposium, RBFF’s Stephanie Vatalaro shared information that can help the marine industry get to know its new audiences.

Switching to Compostable Bags

Foul-weather gear maker Grundéns will start using eco-packaging that you can cut up and use in the garden.

Brunswick Corp. CEO to Headline Innovation Summit

David Foulkes will speak on implementation at the Sept. 9 summit, organized by Correct Craft.

Navico Hires Americas PR Manager

Navico brings its public-relations duties in-house with the hiring of Kim Rodriquez.

Galeon Expands Dealer Network

The builder looks to British Columbia-based dealer Freedom Marine to grow the brand in western Canada.

No Inventory? Now Is Not The Time to Stop Marketing

The MRAA’s Webinar “Marketing When You Have No Inventory” covered how dealers can build long-term equity with new and returning customers as demand outpaces supply.