Hull one of the Horizon RP110 model, Andrea VI, was delivered to her owners at the end of 2013. The 33.53-metre superyacht was designed in close collaboration with the experienced American owners and, as a result, reflects her owner’s personal tastes for a luxurious, modern and seaworthy retreat.
Designed by JC Espinosa, Andrea VI features a streamlined profile, with gracious lines from the bow, over the raised pilothouse and back to the transom. Naval Architecture from Don Blount and Horizon exudes sophistication in design and style, and her double chine hull design provides excellent sea keeping, with stability and enhanced hydrodynamics to minimise drag and improve overall performance.
The large, sweeping windows on the RP110 provide unobstructed views and combine with fluid style lines to create a sleek and modern profile. The main deck is dedicated to entertaining with a combined main salon and formal dining area, galley and forward country kitchen.
With a 7.62 metre beam, Andrea VI also offers generous accommodation on board, with four staterooms on the lower deck. The three crew quarters as well as a crew mess reside aft of the engine. The accommodation has been built to suit the family-orientated cruising lifestyle of the second time Horizon owners. Her interior décor, designed by Marty Lowe Inc., concentrates on liveable luxury. Lowe comments that the yacht, “includes a balanced mixture of contemporary styling and naturally luxurious materials.”
Powered by twin 1900hp Caterpillar C32A engines, Andrea VI has a maximum speed of 23 knots. Horizon Yacht USA has announced that they will showcase the Horizon RP110 Andrea VI at the 2014 Newport International Boat Show, being held from September 11th - 14th in Newport, Rhode Island.