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Arcona 435 MK II

The Mark II version of the Arcona 435 has the following updates:

New semi-integrated bowsprit.
A smoothened out joint between the bowsprit and hull.
The Code Zero will be mounted (as standard) on the tip of the bow, this will make it possible to work without a bobstay and therefore make it easier when anchoring.
For hard racing we however still recommend a soft bobstay to be fitted to the front of the bowsprit to avoid unnecessary stress.

The hull height is raised so that there is +80mm in the bow and +100mm in stern, for increased headroom internally. This makes the height 200cm from floor to ceiling at the accommodation hatch and 189cm at the main bulkhead.

The hull dimensions have increased adding 60mm on each side which means the new beam is approx. 4.2m. We’ve also added about 100mm of hull length.

The hull windows have changed.
The three windows in the hull are larger and covered in a white printscreen that blends beautifully into the hull of the yacht, enables lots of natural light to come in and privacy too.

The rig has the same aspect rig as standard however the Q measurement has been updated with a 60mm longer pipe.

Deckware.
The options list now includes a new double bend self-tacker for low installation.
2 Tackline pipes – Under deck (coachroof) as standard.
Optional Cutter stay reinforcement.
Optional electro-hydraulic backstay (Reckmann) with two pushbutton controls.

Interior.
Part wood veneer finish in both heads.
Due to proximity of back burner, only 2 burner stoves can be fitted however this does not apply to electric hobs.
New extra storage locker under galley lockers.

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