A sleek, modern European-style cruiser from one of the world's largest boat builders.
Like most of the Jeanneaus, the Arcadia (pronounced "Are-caw-dee-yah") is rare in America--only a few were imported--but, also like most of the Jeanneaus, the total production run is incredible--the factory popped out 600 completed boats in the Arcadia's first two years. The only American company that could even aspire to such numbers in a 30-footer is Catalina, and they produce a miniscule number of models compared to Jeanneau.
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