Please select your home edition
Edition
Cyclops 2022 May LEADERBOARD

Arksen 45 ready for action

by Arksen 13 May 08:38 PDT
Arksen 45 © Arksen

Part of the Adventure Series, the Arksen 45 will be making her worldwide debut later this year.

We have been working alongside Ring Powercraft who have been developing the tooling of the first in class, and now with the molding nearing completion 45/01 is set to be delivered in late summer this year.

The Arksen 45 is built for either independent excursions or operating as a tender/chase boat, with the ability to take you on a multi-day adventure, with its cruising range of up to 500 nautical miles. She is perfect for a long weekend escape to discover incredible locations in comfort.

To find out more about the Arksen 45, and details on where you can see the vessel, please contact our new Sales Manager for the Adventure Series, James Harris at .

Philosophy behind the Arksen 45

As the Arksen 45 gears up for her launch later this year, we take a look at the philosophy behind this new Adventure Series vessel.

Following our design ethos of creating exceptional vessels to encourage exploration, inspire discovery and reconnect people to the ocean, Arksen further answers the call of the wild with the development of the Adventure Series. Built with the same priorities as the Explorer Series, offering an efficient sea-keeping hull, large load carrying capability and comfort onboard no matter the weather, but this time with a focus on adventures closer to home.

The Arksen 45 built for independent excursions, has the ability to take you on a multi-day adventure with the comfort and functionality you would expect from a larger vessel, with a cruising range of up to 500 nautical miles and sprint speeds over 50 knots, depending on powertrain selection.

With the Arksen 45, you no longer have to choose between activities, you just have to decide how many you think you can fit in one day. The innovative track system running flush across the deck offers an array of flexibility, with interchangeable racking, furniture and machinery to suit a range of hobbies. The modular approach enables the vessel to be tailored to match the owner's specific requirements, whether it's diving, paddleboarding, kayaking, biking, or fishing, the Arksen 45 allows you to get the most out of your weekend adventures. Whilst the flexible design provides a comfortable living and dining space for a vessel of its size, it is equally equipped for operating as a tender or chase boat for a large yacht or dedicated expedition vessel.

Arksen has partnered with Ring Powercraft who have been developing the tooling of the first in class. Arksen's Sales & Marketing Director, Dominic Byrne comments, "The decision to work with Ring Powercraft was the obvious choice given their 50-year heritage and experience of developing performance boats for the leisure marine market.

The result is an exceptional offshore adventure vessel that can drive through the toughest conditions whilst still being fast and fuel-efficient. The Arksen 45 has an enclosed pilothouse, suspension seats, a dinette by the fully equipped galley, and can sleep up to four on-board, plus also benefits from a full-height shower room. Additional options include heating and air conditioning, plus twin or triple outboard options, and inboard options. With the ability to escape to incredible locations no matter the weather, this thoroughbred vessel is a true premium comfort SUV, ideal for long weekends as a base for the ultimate adventure.

Byrne continues, "We wanted to create a new type of boat, one that can constantly adapt to the needs of the owner and their family. Something that was comfortable, safe and with the versatility to be used all year round, as a day boat, weekend explorer, chase boat or tender. We wanted a boat that could incorporate all these things, so we developed the Arksen 45."

The Arksen 45 will be launched this year, details to follow. But in the meantime, for further information or to request a brochure, please get in touch.

Related Articles

Lomac GT 8.5 - Quite literally, Magnifico.
There's just something about RIBs. I mean yes, we've all got ribs, but all RIBs ain't RIBs.... There's just something about RIBs. I mean yes, we've all got ribs (boom boom), but all RIBs ain't RIBs, if you know what I mean. Useful and practical on the whole, and inherently safe, most of them are very stable and predominantly dry. Posted today at 6:08 am
Vaikobi partners with Brett Beyer
Working with the legendary sailor or dinghy product development One of the world's most awarded ILCA / Laser sailors Brett Beyer has just claimed another victory, winning the ILCA Masters World Championship in Mexico for a record 14th time! Posted today at 5:16 am
Race 14: Legenderry Finale
The last ocean crossing of the Clipper Race After its Le Mans Start, Race 14: LegenDerry Finale is on! This North Atlantic stage is the last ocean crossing of the Clipper Race circumnavigation and is expected to take the eleven teams just over two weeks to complete. Posted today at 12:40 am
Stone and Hunt win Bermuda Short-Handed Return
“It's not the years, it's the mileage.” Indiana Jones once said, "It's not the years, it's the mileage." While the context is completely different, Sara Stone would agree. As an aspiring around-the-world sailor, Stone knows offshore mileage is the most important number on her resume. Posted today at 12:26 am
ORC Double Handed World Championship day 2
Close to the halfway point in the 358-mile Gotland Runt At 2000 local time, all remaining entries in all three classes in the ORC Double Handed World Championship are close to the halfway point in the 358-mile Gotland Runt, the world's largest annual offshore race. Posted today at 12:00 am
5.5 Metre World Championship day 4
Competition in Hankø is going down to the wire Just one race was sailed on the fourth day of the 2022 5.5 Metre World Championship at Hankø Yacht Club in Norway. The win went to Jean Genie (GBR 42, Elliot Hanson, Andrew Palfrey, Sam Haines) who put on a dominate display in the tough conditions. Posted on 4 Jul
2022 Finn World Masters at Helsinki, day 1
Finn World Champion Pieter-Jan Postma opens with two bullets Pieter-Jan Postma, from The Netherlands has opened his first ever Finn World Masters, in Helsinki, with two race wins. Laurent Hay from France is in second after twice placing second while Peter Peet, also from The Netherlands, is in third. Posted on 4 Jul
New Family Cruiser From Elan Yachts
The Elan Impression 43 heralds a new era for the famous Elan Impression line For more than 18 years since the launch of the first Elan Impression, the Impression line was one of the key global players in the family cruising segment. Posted on 4 Jul
2022 J/105 Women's Regatta overall
Near-perfect Chesapeake Bay conditions The SC of the Chesapeake hosted the 1st annual J/105 Women's Regatta for J/105 Fleet #3 on Saturday, June 25. When the PRO Drew Mutch announced at the skipper's meeting that he was running a "105 regatta, not a women's regatta," a large cheer was raised. Posted on 4 Jul
A record-breaking Foiling Week
A week to remember for weather, guests and events The ninth Italian edition of Foiling Week has come to an end. A record week for regattas, guests, and events. Posted on 4 Jul
Doyle Sails 2020 - By Sailors For Sailors 728x90 BOTTOMNorth Sails 2021 Innovation - FOOTERCyclops 2022 May FOOTER