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Take a look inside the Arcona 465 with the light oak interior finish:

Arcona 465

The Flagship of the Arcona Fleet

This is a sailor’s boat. A pure dynamo generating sailing excitement. She is simply a beautifully balanced, gloriously responsive cruiser’s dream.” – Sailing Today 2017

Built wholly in carbon, the Arcona 465 is a masterpiece. Designed for sailors to enjoy both cruising and racing. She has a handcrafted wood interior with all the comfort of a cruiser, yet she has logged speeds over 24 knots. The Arcona 465 is a true performance cruiser, a world-class yacht.

The carbon makes her extraordinarily successful on the racecourse and light enough to give initial allowance for the extra gear you would need for your dream of bluewater cruising.

Like all boats in the Arcona fleet, the 465 reflects the quality expected from the Swedish boat builders using the best materials and techniques and handpicked suppliers; Infusion technology for hull and deck, Bulkheads laminated to the hull for the greatest possible strength.

Comments

I loved this boat. She looks designed to do exactly what you’d want a boat to do, and do it with ease. She handles exceedingly well, so light in the water she seems to skim across the surface, with speeds to match. But she doesn’t fight you hard, even in a blow. The interior is relatively simple by today’s standards, but still well equipped. You could add more mod-cons if you wanted to, as well as bluewater kit. She would make a very comfortable base for four people, or for two, and can accommodate more as well.” – Sam Fortescue, Sailing Today, February 2017

I can immediately see the Arcona 465 jostling for position on the start line of any race track and holding its own; it responds favourably to active trimming and on our relatively light wind day I did feel there was a lot more power to unlock. However, the cruising face of the 465 is equally authentic. It is luxurious, comfortable and well thought out; living aboard this boat would be a pleasure. In its unladen state, the handling can be calmed down with some sensible sail trim. It is worth bearing in mind that the boat was designed to take on board about a ton of cruising kit. Load the 465 with all of your gear and you can expect the performance of an unladen glass fibre yacht of the same size. If this works, it is genius. Arcona may have uncovered the secret to building proper hybrid cruiser-racers.” – Pip Hare, Yachting World, January 2017  Click here to read the full test

I like pretty much everything about this boat. The target was a high-performance racer/cruiser optimised for both comfort and performance. To my eye, it looks like the company has hit the bullseye.” – Robert H. Perry, Sailing Magazine, April 2017


SPECIFICATIONS

Design:Stefan Qviberg
Length Overall:14.09m
Length Waterline:13.25m
Beam:4.24m
Draft (shallow/standard/racing):2.20m/2.50m/2.80m
Displacement:9,550kg
Mast Height:22.20m
Engine:Yanmar 57hp
Fuel Capacity:240 litres
Water Capacity:340 litres
CE category:A-Ocean
Hot Water:40 litres
Holding Tank Capacity:2 x 70 litres
Main Sail:74.4m²
Jib 107%:54.4m²
Spinnaker:195m²
Gennaker:197m²
I:19.3m
J:5.43m
E:6.65m
P:18.75m
LP:5.81m (107%)