Arcadia Yachts will debut 85-footer at Miami marina

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The Italian shipyard Arcadia Yachts will debut its Arcadia 85 (hull No. 8) this week at Miami Beach Marina in Florida.

The layout and the functional living concepts of the Arcadia 85 U.S. Edition are the result of a construction evolution: The linear design of the superstructure and the vertical line of the bow allow a better use of internal and external space, according to the builder.

The yard's interest in solar technology and clean mobility is expressed in the 85-foot length and 23-foot beam yacht equipped with 430 square feet of photovoltaic panels, each composed of hundreds of high-performance solar cells.

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