The 27.45-metre Horizon yacht Aqua Life has been sold in Florida. Photo: Horizon YachtsBuilt on spec in 2019, the eleventh FD87 hull made her debut at FLIBS and was recently delivered to a repeat Horizon client who has previously owned an E73 and an E84.
Aqua Life features an exterior design by Cor D. Rover and an interior by Horizon. She can accommodate up to 10 guests across five cabins, assisted by a crew of four. Photo: Horizon YachtsPhoto: Horizon YachtsPhoto: Horizon YachtsThe 187 GT yacht has a light and airy main saloon highlighted by the FD Series’ signature full-height windows. The galley forward can be separated from the saloon via privacy doors and also showcases a Hi/Lo island partition with bar-height chairs. The dining area features a convertible table that transforms into a breakfast bar to maximise space.Photo: Horizon YachtsPhoto: Horizon YachtsPhoto: Horizon YachtsOutfitted in light oak and walnut with leatherette accents, the master stateroom is also highlighted by large windows. Four additional en-suite guest staterooms reside on the lower deck, comprising a full-beam VIP in the bow, a twin cabin to port and two mirrored VIP staterooms amidships. Quarters for up to four crew are positioned aft of the engines, with access to the large beach club at the stern.
Powered by twin Caterpillar C18 Acert engines, she can cruise comfortably at 10 knots and reach a top speed of 17 knots.