We are delighted that luxury cruiser-racer yacht brand Arcona Yachts is offering GN Espace’s Offshore Galley Upgrade Package of cookers, sinks and other galley equipment for their beautiful range of 34-50ft yachts.
The synergy between the two companies is founded on elegance and advanced efficiency so the upgrade option is a perfect fit. Arcona recently introduced its first all-electric model, the Arcona 415, one of the first production boats to offer diesel-free sailing via electric propulsion.
Likewise, GN Espace leads the way in ultra-efficient electric induction cooking. The first delivery from GN Espace, for the galley of an Arcona 435, is a low consumption OceanChef 3 cooker, a dedicated gimballed electric marine cooker with multi-function oven. The hob is packed with features including a 2.5kW Boost function and a dual zone bridge function for large fish-kettle cooking.
GN Espace is a UK-based specialist galley company, whose innovative marine cooker designs and integrated systems are chosen by the world’s leading yacht builders as original equipment for their galleys. The company offers every solution in yacht galley equipment, superyacht galleys and commercial galleys.
With a choice of Electric, Induction or traditional LPG Gas, GN Espace cookers deliver ‘Home from Home’ no compromise domestic style cooking capabilities on board.
GN Espace also partners Promart, the UK’s leading provider of commercial land-based and offshore marine foodservice solutions, to focus on bespoke superyacht galleys and the galley and food dispensing needs on commercial passenger, naval vessels and offshore installations. All of the galley equipment is designed and supplied for marine use and there is a wide range of SOLAS commercial specification equipment to choose from.
The company was founded in 2007 by Ralph Olingschlaeger and Julian Kimberley with the simple aim of creating the best yacht galley equipment available. Ralph has worked for many years in the domestic appliance industry while Julian trained as a chef with Trusthouse-Forte before establishing and managing his own chain of restaurants. Both are keen sailors.