Horizon’s sleek FD85 Yacht is a bold, new look for one of the world’s largest yacht builders. The exterior was developed by Cor D. Rover and Horizon’s in-house naval architects.
The profile is post-modern and n not only looks contemporary but offers protection along the side passages and this profile can compete with the coolest new designs from Holland or Italy.
Beneath the water, the fast-displacement running surface incorporates an advanced hull form that Horizon calls the Higher Performance Piercing Bow (HPPB). In layman’s terms, the hull provides excellent seakeeping across multiple speeds and is designed to be as efficient in displacement running mode as a top end. With the onboard stabilization system, comfort becomes as important as its range of speeds and will be introducing hull number two, or the “European” edition, at the Cannes Yachting Festival.
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This superyacht includes floor-to-ceiling windows in the expansive salon for exceptional natural light, while the master suite also has extra-wide windows and a skylight. The sense of space across the interior, including the four guest cabins on the lower deck, is one of its key attributes.
Horizon has an open flybridge, with grill, wet bar with four stools, and Jacuzzi. The hardtop has an opening sunroof and a 46-inch lift-up television turns the area into an entertainment center. The aft section is open, with a crane to deploy the tender.
Another social area in the aft cockpit has to sit for 10 to 12 people for drinks or alfresco dining. The sense of space and luxury across this luxury boat should appeal to yacht owners who are looking for big-boat features in a smaller hull.
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