2019 proves to be a busy year for Arcadia Yachts, which started the year strong with no fewer than ten new units under construction. The impressive lineup is said to be valued more than forty million euro and is now being built in their newly renovated 47,000 square metres production bay.
At the beginning of 2019, Arcadia Yachts remains one of the most active shipyards on the international yachting stage. No fewer than ten hulls are currently under construction in the shipyard’s renovated production area for an overall value of more than forty million euro.
Last year Arcadia bought 21% of Marina di Torre Annunziata srl, a production site with a haulage and launching dock, which increased the area dedicated to production to over 47,000 square metres.
In the same period, Arcadia reorganised the production layout, which now allows up to seven yachts in the hull-fitting phase and four in the lamination phase, all at the same time. Specifically, there are currently two A85, two A105, one A115 and three Sherpa yachts under construction. Two Sherpa XL units are also being built, the first one right on time for its debut at 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival. It is quite impressive that, despite this considerable line-up, the shipyard is using only 60% of its production capacity.
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