The 24th hull of the 27.45-metre Horizon FD87 series has been sold, after Taiwanese shipbuilders Horizon Yachts began construction under speculation. The vessel is due for delivery to her Australian owners who previously owned a Horizon E88, in late 2021. Photo: Horizon Yachts
This latest FD87 features a Skyline configuration and five-stateroom layout, including a main deck, full-beam masters suite which occupies the forward area of the deck, with a private en suite. The four additional VIP staterooms are located on the lower deck, while the crew are accommodated to the aft of the engine room. Photo: Jim Raycroft / Horizon YachtsThe vessel has the characteristic high performance piercing bow and hull design that allows for an impressive 187 GT of volume despite her size. The Fast Displacement (FD) series began in 2016, following the designs of Cor D. Rover. Photo: Jim Raycroft / Horizon YachtsExternally she has a spacious aft deck with a four-settee seating area with a bar to starboard. The foredeck area features a U-shaped sofa and a set of sun beds.Photo: Horizon YachtsPhoto: Horizon YachtsInternally she has an open plan main saloon with full-height windows and an L-shaped sofa. There is also a dining area with a table to seat as many as 10 guests. There is also a semi-enclosed skylounge with a bar and seating area, as well as a Jacuzzi .Photo: Horizon YachtsThe vessel is powered by twin Caterpillar C18A engines.
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