Ex demo Arcona 415e for sale 


We are delighted to offer a unique opportunity for you to get an Arcona 415e for delivery in March as we are selling our demo boat. This Arcona 415e is built to a comprehensive specification for enjoyable sailing in silence with the Oceanvolt Zero Emission upgrade as well as the hybrid propulsion option with a 6 kw genset onboard. The boat comes with a superb performance sail wardrobe from North Sails, with North 3Di sail & jib and an A2 asymmetric and Code Zero.

Our demo Arcona 415e is lightly used and is available for delivery after Stockholm Boat Show at the end of March 2024.

Full specifications and price on request. Throughout spring 2024, we are delighted to offer you the opportunity to test sail the Arcona 415e from our base in Gustavsberg, Stockholm.

The Arcona 415e performance cruiser is an ideal yacht whether you’re cruising shorthanded or with family and friends or racing round the cans at a club regatta. At 12.91m (42.4ft) with bowsprit, as standard, she sleeps six in three cabins.

This ex-demo Arcona 415e has an Oceanvolt Servoprop 15kW electric propulsion system, with variable pitch propeller technology and comes with a 23.2kWh* battery pack. A 15kW electric motor is the equivalent of a 50hp diesel engine on our 40-43ft yachts.

We want to give you the opportunity to set sail in a fresh breeze knowing that the boat will look after you and your family in the waves and wind. But we also want you to be able to set out with a race crew and win club races or big regattas.

We who work at Arcona Yachts love sailing and are very proud of our boats. Our inspiration and driving force therefore stems from the joy of realising the dream of building even better boats and experiencing the feeling of being at the forefront of development. We are delighted to invite you to experience the Arcona 415e.

Contact info@arconayachts.se to book your Arcona 415e test sail today or to find out more about this exciting ex demo yacht!

*Sistership pictured. Photos by Jimmy Hellberg. Video footage by Richard Langdon.