After signing the contract for a new 32.9 metre superyacht with a repeat German client in July of this year, Taiwanese shipyard Horizon has recently released further details of the vessel’s progress.
Currently under construction at their facilities in Kaohsiung, the CC110 motor yacht is in the process of having her interior flooring fitted. Horizon’s in-house naval architect team collaborated with German designer Beiderbeck to create a raised pilothouse design that focuses on blending entertaining spaces with functional living areas, while also providing unparalleled views on every level.
She accommodates guests over three luxurious en suite staterooms, consisting of a full beam master suite on the main deck in addition to a VIP and twin cabin located on the lower deck. A crew of four are also accommodated for on board.
The focus on creating spaces ideally suited to entertainment is clear, with a flybridge equipped with ample sun loungers teamed with a dinette for the very best of al fresco dining as well as an additional dining and seating area on the aft deck. The aft tender garage provides guests with the easy use of a 5.1 metre tender once the swim platform is lowered, which also acts as a beach club area.
“We are extremely proud to be building a third Horizon yacht for this valued client,” said Horizon Group CEO John Lu. “It is an honor to work with Beiderbeck in capturing the owner’s vision, and we have no doubt his new CC110 will be extraordinary.”
Project CC110 is scheduled for delivery in 2017.