Horizon also had soft debuts for two new models, the FD87 Skyline, and the V68. The FD87 Skyline, which is both the name of the boat and the name of the model, will be used primarily in the Bahamas and the Caribbean. Her proud owner was in attendance at the event and went out of his way to show guests the yacht’s strongpoints. Perhaps most notable about the model is the main deck, which has enormous windows in the salon and fully opening doors to the cockpit, which combine to offer excellent views and a connection to the sea, and also make the boat feel exceptionally big for a vessel with a 90 foot, 1 inch length overall (a wide 23 foot, 3 inch beam certainly adds to the effect). A spacious main-deck master complements the model’s big-boat feel. The FD87 is essentially the enclosed bridge version of the FD85, which to my mind was probably one of the most gabbed about boats at the 2017 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. The Skyline will make her official debut at this spring’s Palm Beach International Boat Show.