Horizon Yachts has released renderings of the all-new V67. This is a concept nine years in the making, according to Horizon Yachts.
The 67’5″ motoryacht is a result of a collaboration between Horizon and designer Jonathan Quinn Barnett. Horizon stated in a press release that the focus of the yacht is “privacy, safety, and superyacht style.”
The V67 was developed to provide autonomy for the owner, allowing for a large yacht that can still be managed by two people or a small family.
Her exterior includes a plumb-bow design created by Stimson Yachts of New Zealand and she bares a beam of 19’6”. Christian Stimson of Stimson Yachts stated the decision for a plumb bow was to allow for a larger beam and to reduce drag.
Standard layout for this Horizon yacht includes an open flybridge. The interior of the V67 has optional layouts, either with three staterooms or four. There’s also an option to have crews quarters aft.
All in the family: The V67’s sisters in the V series include the V72 and V80. She will be the smallest in the line.
Power: She’s powered by Caterpillar C18 ACERTs each with 1136 hp.
Expected launch: The first V67 is expected to hit the water February of 2018.