Horizon Yachts will debut three new models at the Miami Yacht Show, the PC74, FD85 and RP110. The PC74 is the new flagship of Power Catamaran Series; the FD85 is first model of the Fast Displacement Series; and the RP100 is latest launch in the builder’s Raised Pilothouse series. Attendees can find the yachts between show entrance 3 and 4 along Collins Avenue.
Horizon says its PC74, penned by J.C. Espinosa, is designed for both first-timers and veteran catamaran owners. The yacht measures 73 feet 9 inches length overall and has a 28-foot-3-inch beam. Inside, the PC74’s salon blends leather panels and high-gloss walnut for a warm, upscale feel. Her master stateroom is forward on the main deck and has a king-size berth, plus three en suite guest staterooms are found belowdecks.
The yacht’s exterior spaces include her flybridge with a bar, day head with shower, a U-shaped settee with table and a sun pad for dining and lounging. Additionally, there are foredeck sun pads for two, a hydraulic swim platform and teak cockpit table for six. The PC74 is powered by 1,136 hp Caterpillar C18A engines and has a reported 930-nautical-mile range at 11 knots.
Horizon collaborated with designer Cor D. Rover on its FD85 model, which debuted last November at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. The yacht is 87 feet 1 inch length overall and has a 23-foot-2-inch beam. A notable feature is what the builder calls its new High Performance Piercing Bow (HPPB). “While alternative bow designs that feature protrusions work more efficiently at either high or slower speeds,” Horizon says, “the HPPB brings both efficiency at slower speeds and performance at higher speeds.” Power for the FD85 comes from twin 1,600 hp Caterpillar C32A engines.
The FD85’s master stateroom is also forward on the main deck, but she has four staterooms belowdecks, bringing guest accommodations to 10. Highlights in the salon are its sole-to-ceiling windows and sliding glass doors, plus its herringboned-patterned, dark walnut sole. There’s an L-shaped sofa here for relaxation, and the formal dining table seats 8. Seating on the aft deck accommodates 12, and amenities on the yacht’s flybridge include a barbecue grill and bar, as well as a secondary helm station.
The Horizon RP110 is the closely related little sister of the builder’s RP120. At 110 feet length overall, the RP110 has a 5-stateroom layout: a main-deck master, plus two mirroring VIPs and two guest staterooms (one with twin bunks and a single) amidships on the lower deck. All staterooms have en suite heads. This yacht’s crew area is forward on the lower deck and consists of 3 cabins, plus a kitchenette and dinette.
Naval architecture on the yacht was a collaboration between Horizon and Donald L. Blount & Associates. The team developed a double-chine hull that “not only provides a shallow draft but also minimizes drag at slower speeds and enhances hydrodynamic stability at high speeds,” Horizon says. That draft is a Bahamas-friendly 5 feet 9 inches, while the yacht has a 25-foot beam. She’s powered by twin 1,900 hp Caterpillar C32A engines. The yacht’s tender garage can provide an escape on the hook or an escape to the sea when it hydraulically shifts into a swim platform. It also has a day head and stowage.
You can see these vessels from February 15-19 at the Miami Yacht Show on Collins Avenue.
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