The 35-metre all-GRP Arcadia yacht Jurata has found a new owner. The buyer was represented by Hans Van Doornmalen and Simon Goldsworthy from Edmiston, and Renaud Canivet from Ocean Drive represented the seller.Jurata’s naval architecture and exterior were designed by Arcadia Yachts, who integrated double glazing solar panels within the superstructure. Once delivered to her original owner in 2014, she became the third hull of the Arcadia 115 series. Jurata’s new owner will be able to accommodate up to 10 guests across five staterooms comprised of a master suite, two double staterooms and two twin staterooms. A crew of eight can also be housed onboard.Guests can enjoy the Jacuzzi on the foredeck and slightly lowered bulwarks on the main deck, offering guests improved views from inside.
Boasting a RINA award for ecology and fitted with a hybrid Propulsion System, the vessel is powered by twin MAN diesel engines that allow her to reach speeds of up to 18.5 knots.At the time of sale, Jurata had an asking price of €6,500,000.