Four years later they opened a new shipyard in Sarnico. They employed around sixty workers at the time and produced sixty boats a year. When they made the manufacturing process more efficient the production rose to more than a hundred boats a year. Business went well and soon Arcangeli had agencies in both France and Germany and they participated at important fairs in Switzerland, Italy, France and Germany.
The first model they built was the Jolly. It was a 4.5-meter mahogany boat with an outboard engine. More open runabout models were designed and build at the yard in the following years. The Super Jolly was a 5.1-meter extended version of the Jolly. It came with the choice of an inboard or an outboard engine. Other models that followed were the Labrador, Commander, Enrico 1, Brasil and the cabin cruisers Delfino and Sebino.
The most popular models that were produced were the Super Jolly inboard and the Labrador.
When the boating business was on the decline in 1968, due to an economical crisis, the Arcangeli shipyard closed down. Up till then the yard had produced about 1500 boats. The two sons of Giuliano shifted their activities to boat maintenance and boat restoration. Giuliano Arcangeli still lives in Sarnico.
Arcangeli runabouts and cabin cruisers can still be found on the waters today, they are treasured and well looked after by their owners.
There are several Arcangeli's advertsed in Classifieds