Inside Sea Coral 2, The Award-Winning Arcadia A105 Series

Sea Coral 2 is the third hull in the award-winning Arcadia A105 series.  Sea Coral 2 is a 31.5 m long, 7.76 m wide yacht. The hull and deck are built in fibreglass while some of the veranda’s elements are made with aluminium.

The 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. 

Yet another achievement that underlines how, fort Arcadia Yacht, furnishing does not simply mean placing a designer sofa or table on board – it means carefully choosing every detail to enhance the functionality and aesthetics of our yachts,” explains Francesco Ansalone, Arcadia Yacht Marketing & Communications manager. “Obviously, owners are free to choose according to their personal taste, but over the years we have gained experience and developed qualified partnerships that allow us to make suggestions to owners and assist them in a careful selection of furnishings, in the name of taste and quality. In the case of the Sea Coral 2, we enriched our experience working closely with the designer chosen by the owner and the professional support of Hot Lab design studio.”

“Having carried out many prestigious projects in some of the most beautiful places in the world, such as Saint-Tropez, Paris, Formentera, Val d’Isère, Casa de Campo, etc. I had no doubts about accepting the task of working on board anArcadia A105,” says Alain Perrier, the owner’s designer. “If there is one yacht that makes a difference, it is this one: low on the water, with a sleek profile and a modern design. The Arcadia A105 represents the art of experiencing relaxation, comfort and safety on board an exceptional yacht. That’s why I wanted to preserve the spirit and concept of the shipyard, while adding the owner’s personality through the decor.”

The yacht is powered by a pair of MAN V8s engines (1,000 hp each).

Arcadia Yachts is based in Naples, Italy. Since 2008, they have been building semi-custom luxury composite yachts and have succeeded in perfectly integrating artisanal craftsmanship, modern technologies, attention to detail and to the surrounding environment.  Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.