One More Time, a 2020 Horizon Yachts FD80, is currently listed with Yatco with an asking price of $6.5 million. The 2020 Fast Displacement model is penned for long-range cruising comfort and has notable speed too.
For those who are seeking a motor yacht that can go long distances and have spirited performance as well, One More Time is powered by optional twin 1,200 hp MAN V-8 diesels, a setup Yachting originally reported provides a 20-knot top hop. The MAN diesels burn just 6.9 gallons per hour at 8.5 knots, giving the FD80 a range of 3,248 nautical miles. At 13 knots, fuel burn is 57 gallons per hour and provides a 630-nautical-mile range. It’s worth noting that One More Time‘s engines were last serviced in December 2023.
“The FD in FD80 stands for fast-displacement hull, and the boat has Horizon’s high-performance piercing bow. The hull has a soft chine at amidships that Horizon says makes it slicker in the water and a hard chine forward that increases lift. The bow design is meant to cut cleanly through the water while stretching out the yacht’s underwater length.”
Near sole-to-ceiling windows run the length of this 80-footer’s salon, allowing for natural light and light, neutral tones to create a sense of warmth and volume. Two loose chairs, a coffee table and an L-shaped sofa provide seating for guests to port. A three-person bar to starboard converts to a more formal six-person dining table.
One More Time’s galley is forward of the salon, separated by a three-person bar that doubles as an island for the galley. There is enough counter space for the chef and crew to prepare meals side-by-side. The galley can be completely closed off from the salon via a drop-down window at the countertop and then closing the galley’s doors. The galley is equipped with a Sub-Zero full-size refrigerator with freezer drawers, a pantry with Sub-Zero freezer drawers underneath, a Miele oven and cooktop, a Bosch microwave and range hood, a Miele dishwasher, a Blanco double sink with a garbage disposal and a KitchenAid trash compactor.
The full-beam, main-deck master stateroom is located forward of the galley. The master stateroom has a king berth, a sofa to port, a walk-in closet, an en suite head with a glass-enclosed shower and a 49-inch, flat-screen TV. Rectangular windows on either side pair with a skylight that runs nearly the full length of the stateroom for natural light.
The other sleeping accommodations reside belowdecks where guests will find three en suite staterooms. The forepeak VIP stateroom has a queen berth. The VIP stateroom to port also has a queen berth. The final guest stateroom is to starboard with twin berths that slide together to form a queen berth. All of the guest staterooms have 32-inch flat-screen TVs and stowage space for extended cruising.
Up top, the partially enclosed flybridge has an L-shaped sofa and fixed table to port, abaft the two-seat upper helm station. The aft area of the flybridge has a Whirlpool spa and enough room to add loose furniture to catch a sunset with friends, illustrating this area’s entertainment mission. Forward of the house is a bench seat and a two-person sun pad. Users can shade the area when it’s time to cool off, but too soon to go inside.
When it comes to the FD80’s other outside spaces, guests will enjoy the teak-clad cockpit with a bench seat and a fixed table, all protected under the flybridge overhang. Add five loose chairs and there’s alfresco dining for eight.
Stairs flanking the transom lead down to the hydraulic swim platform. Open the transom door for the full beach club experience.
Some other notable features on board this Horizon Yachts FD80 include two 28 kW Onan generators with sound shield, (Port: 413 / Stbd: 661 hours as of December 2023), Gamin electronics with four GPSMAP 8617 17-inch multifunction displays, 72-nm, six-foot open-array radar and Fantom 4 four-foot solid-state open-array radar, KVH TracVision HD7, a TracPhone V7-IP Empty Dome, a SAT phone pre-wire only, a cellular router system with wifi onboard, a Fusion Marine stereo system and a Maxwell VC3500 windlass.
From the Yachting Archive: Reviewed: Horizon Yachts FD80
“Confused 4-foot swells crisscrossed the ocean’s surface—a desirable field to see if the FD80 could play ball. It turns out, she can. At that 13-knot cruise speed, she ran quietly and her hull provided soft landings in even the deepest troughs. She was also nimble for a beamy boat that displaces 174,160 pounds. At her fast cruise speed, I turned her hard over to port and starboard in less than a single boat length. That kind of handling is something you’re more likely to see from a 35-foot RIB than from an 80-foot motoryacht.” – Yachting, January 2020
Where is One More Time located? The yacht is currently lying in Jupiter, Florida.
Take the next step: contact the listing agent, Bob Friscia, yatco.com
- Length Overall: 80’7″
- Maximum Beam: 22’6″
- Fuel Capacity: 2,700 Gal.
- Draft: 5’7″