After the first few months cruising in the Mediterranean Sea, the third Arcadia A105 Sea Coral II has crossed the ocean and is now in the Caribbean. The 31.5 m long, 7.76 m wide yacht features the fiberglass hull and deck and a full load displacement of 145 tonnes. Her interior decor was created in collaboration with the owner’s personal designer and the support of Milan-based Hot Lab firm. Enrico Lumini, Partner and Head of Design at Hot Lab, was personally involved in the team.
The aft cockpit on the main deck of Arcadia A105 Sea Coral II is open, and a real patio with the aft section of the upper deck overlooks it. The area features the folding side windows and is furnished with pieces from the Roda collection.
The cushions are made of outdoor fabric and their color, Klein Blue (named after the painter Yves Klein), a very intense electric blue, can be found all over the yacht in various elements.
The upper deck’s living hall is one of the distinctive features of the Sea Coral II. The helm area is separate and this space can be used as a more sheltered dining room or a more private living area. The furniture, and the fabric of the sofa and chairs is a light shade juxtaposed with the natural teak of the floor and some of the furniture. The chairs come from the Maxalto collection and the B&B Italia table creates a chromatic contrast.
The inner bow area of the main deck can be used as an office or as a second VIP cabin, thanks to the presence of a sofa bed from the Living Divani collection. The day toilet can be dedicated to this area, transforming it into the second VIP cabin.
There is the large living area which can be completely opened up on the sides at the centre of the main deck. By folding down the bulwarks as well, two terraces overlooking the sea can be created.
One of the twin guest cabins and the VIP cabin are located on the lower deck.
The full-beam owner’s cabin can be accessed via a completely independent aft staircase. The area is furnished with Cantalupi reading spotlights, the Cassina armchair and the comfortable bed. The owner’s access the bathroom is to the right, while the door to the left leads to the walk-in wardrobe. There is the office area here as well.
The A105 Sea Coral II superyacht is powered by a pair of MAN V8s engines (1,000 hp each).