Built in 2006 and delivered in 2007 by Horizon Yachts, Cury says she was most highly customized 85-foot Horizon on the market. Debbie Lou features a four-stateroom layout for eight guests in a master suite, two double staterooms and a twin cabin, plus two crew aft. She has a large main saloon/dining area with ample seating and a 50-inch Pioneer flat screen TV with an upgraded Bose LS48 audio system and a state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen. Her cruising speed is 18 knots and a maximum speed of 22 knots comes courtesy of twin 1,825hp Caterpillar engines with an extended warranty to 2017.
The enclosed sky lounge has a centreline helm station with holly flooring and upgraded electronics, while aft is a carpeted area with raised seating for six to eight guests, a cocktail bar and a pop-up 50-inch television. The expansive aft deck has bench seating and an oversized teak table for al fresco dining. A few steps down is the hydraulic swim platform with a hot and cold shower and underwater lights. Additional features include ABT zero speed stabilisers, ABT bow and stern thruster, twin Kohler 32KW generators and a watermaker.
Debbie Lou was asking $3.35 million and will be renamed Nine Stars.