The second Horizon FD102 superyacht has now hit the water and is set to be delivered to her American owners. The 32.75-metre motor yacht has been named To-Kalon: a name which takes its inspiration from Plato’s concept of beauty.Photo: Horizon YachtsWith her interiors designed in house, To-Kalon’s exteriors come from the drawing boards of Dutch studio Cor D Rover Design. Both her exteriors and interiors have been customised as per the owners’ wishes.Photo: Horizon YachtsPhoto: Horizon YachtsMotor yacht To-Kalon’s modified layout includes a semi-enclosed flybridge with sliding glass windows and a U-shaped seating area aft of the fully enclosed pilothouse alongside a full bar with fixed bar stools which is protected from the elements thanks to the hardtop.Photo: Horizon YachtsThe aft deck is fitted with an extendable dining table for up to 12 guests, a BBQ and a Jacuzzi for six with a bar counter and fixed stools, which is shaded by an electric retractable awning. To-Kalon also comes equipped with tender storage area on the bow along with extended area starboard for entertaining family and friends.Photo: Horizon YachtsPhoto: Horizon YachtsThe main deck is furnished with an additional seating area, and a bar, storage area and television are situated starboard. The main saloon is entered through curved glass doors, with the dining area seating 10 located aft to take advantage of ocean views and al fresco ambience.Photo: Horizon YachtsPhoto: Horizon YachtsThe interiors feature an oak, wenge and zebrawood theme prominently throughout the main and upper decks, while beech, wenge and bird’s eye maple complement the midship lower deck guest areas and crew quarters forward. The galley layout has also been updated to suit the owners’ needs and was commissioned with professional-grade appliances along with a carved design in opaque glass for the 'hi/lo' partition which separates the galley from the saloon.Photo: Horizon YachtsPhoto: Horizon YachtsOther customisations include backlit mullions in the saloon, pull-out tops on the guestroom night-stands, his-and-hers ensuites and his-and-hers walk-in closets for the master stateroom. On board, yacht To-Kalon accommodates 10 guests in five spacious staterooms including a full-beam master. In addition, to honour the design and build collaboration, the owners requested a Cor D. Rover Design nameplate to accompany the Horizon Yachts logo on the hull sides.Photo: Horizon YachtsPowered by twin Caterpillar Inc engines totalling 3200 hp, To-Kalon can run at a top speed of 21.4 knots. Motor yacht To-Kalon is expected to arrive in Fort Lauderdale in June this year and will make her debut at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in late October.
Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show
28 Oct - 01 Nov, 2020