The dynamic in-house design team Troy Design of Istanbul has revealed the latest renderings of their newest project, project Horizon. Based on a proven platform the vessel has huge interior spaces coupled with vast sunbathing areas and wide array of toys for the guests. With world cruising in mind, the design and engineering team focused on reliability and ease of maintenance as top priority.
Key features of the yacht include private balconies on the upper deck. The assymetrical main deck layout combined with a 9,8 beam creates enourmous living areas and spacious accomodation. Large windows sorround the superstructure, flooding the interior with natural light. The yacht also features a touch-and-go helipad over a tender garage also utilized as a gym, when the stern platform is lowered a beach club.
The yacht has steel hull and aluminium superstructure, and sleeps twelve in five cabins with a crew of ten. Another key feature of this yacht are the two identical owner suites options on the upper deck for partial owners and charter flexibility. The design team has given crew acommodation and provision storage extra care and the vessel is equipped with a professional galley and cold room plus a fully equipped laundry.
On the technical side the vessel is equipped with zero speed stabilizers and thanks to it’s robust seagoing hull offer excellent seakeeping, perfect stability and low fuel consumption. The yacht will be LY2 over 500 GT classified and fully MCA compliant.
Considerable manhours are already spent on the project on pre-engineering and project development, to ensure an early delivery time.
Project Horizon is for the true yachtsmen who want to enjoy their yacht to explore the far horizons in ultimate comfort and luxury.