July 28, 2013

New Model: Horizon RP110

Designed by J.C. Espinosa, the Horizon RP110 raised pilothouse encompasses an all-new design that re-defines the standard for raised pilothouse super yachts, combing a streamlined profile with impressive interior volume and offering an array of accommodation options that are sure suit any lifestyle. The RP110 features an advanced double-chine hull, the result of collaboration between Horizon and Donald L. Blount which allows for impeccable performance and easy manoeuvring in both low and high speed ranges. Her thoughtfully-designed interior layout provides four staterooms and three crew cabins, as well as a highly spacious salon, dining area for ten and a sky lounge ideal for relaxing or entertaining with a BBQ and wet bar. Hull number one of the new RP110 raised pilothouse model has been under construction for 16 months; she is currently completing her Water Leak testing and will be sea trialed in August with her U.S. owner on board.
Technical Data:
LOA - 33.53 m (110ft)
Waterline Length - 27.4 m
Beam - 7.62 m
Draft - 1.83 m
Displacement - 120 t light
Fuel Capacity - 21,000 l
Water Capacity - 3100 l
Accommodation - 10 guest berths in 5 cabins, 4 crew in 2 cabins
Engines - 2 x Cat C32A 1800hp, MTU 12V2000 M93 1800hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Project - J.C. Espinosa design, Donald L.Blount hull shape

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