TAILORED TO THE European market, hull two of the Horizon FD85 will make its European debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival (September 12-17).
Developed in collaboration with designer Cor D. Rover and the Taiwanese shipyard’s in-house naval architecture team, the 85ft fast displacement motor yacht features a High Performance Piercing Bow (HPPB). She has a beam of 23ft 2in and offers spacious areas for entertainment and relaxation.
The main saloon is highlighted by large sections of floor-to-ceiling windows. The master state room features extra-wide windows and a skylight, while there are four additional state rooms below.
Hull two boasts an open bridge that includes a hardtop roof with a retractable sunroof, a helm station, L-shaped settee, BBQ grill and a wet bar with four bar stools. A Jacuzzi tub and a 46-inch lift-up television are shaded with a sun awning. The aft deck area on the main deck can seat 10-12 people, while other features include stabilisers, hi-lo swim platform and a gangway.
The European version of the Horizon FD85 motor yacht is equipped with twin MAN 1200hp engines and a fuel capacity of 3,480 gallons. The yacht has an estimated top speed of 16.5 knots and a 1,262nm range at 11 knots. www.horizonyacht.com