A winner at the 2019 World Superyacht Awards in the category Semi-Displacement or Planning Motor Yachts from 30 to 32.9m as well as at the 2018 World Yacht Trophies as the Most Innovative Yacht, RJ needs no introduction. She was delivered in 2018 as Hull No 1 of the new series and officially unveiled at the 2018 Cannes Yachting Festival. With only 400 engine hours and immaculately maintained and upgraded during 2019, she clearly presents better than new.
RJ implements innovative solar panel technology that generates over 4kW of green energy, that helps reduce the fuel consumption by about 30%. The dynamic exterior design is an extremely successful partnership of progressive lines and state-of-the-art technology, with the solar panels cleverly disguised into the shape of the superstructure.
RJ’s crisp interior has been created by the Hot Lab studio who worked together with Arcadia Yachts to design both the exterior as well as the interior and boasts many notable design features. There’s a convertible sky lounge which, when opened to the stern, creates a comfortable and spacious lounge area of 65 sq.m, with a fantastic inside/outside dynamic.
RJ has four guest suites; one master, two VIP and a double. All are luxuriously appointed with sumptuous carpets, plenty of storage and all are en suite.
From RJ’s main saloon, two terraces extend on either side and retractable panels open up this space further with an influx of fresh air, natural light and an impressive unobstructed view.
RJ has a tender garage to aft and extending beyond this is a large swim platform with a raise-and-lower step for easy access to and from the water.
RJ offers the space, functional architecture and state-of-the art technology found on much larger yachts, with the unique versatility and flexibility that only a yacht of this size and pedigree can offer.
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