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Fourth Horizon RP110 yacht launched in Taiwan

The fourth hull in the Horizon RP110 yacht series was launched in Taiwan earlier this month, the yard has announced. This 33.53 metre all-GRP yacht was built as an inventory yacht for the yard’s American distributor, Horizon Yacht USA.

Exterior styling is courtesy of Espinosa Yacht Design, while Donald L. Blount provided the naval architecture for the Horizon RP110 series.

The interior décor was developed by the in-house Horizon Yachts team with an emphasis on mahogany panelling. Warm Santos rosewood and camel-coloured leather will provide a strong contrast with the light, neutral marbles and silvery blue accents.

Accommodation for ten guests is provided in five staterooms, including a main-deck owner’s cabin, two doubles and two twins, while the crew quarters can house a staff of up to six people. The highly spacious saloon and dining area makes good use of the 7.62 metre beam allowing all ten guests to relax together.

Outdoor relaxation options include the large aft deck settee and the flybridge, which will be fitted with a full bar, Jacuzzi and al fresco dining area. Meanwhile, the superyacht tender garage can double up as a beach club area.

Power will come from a pair of 1,900hp Caterpillar C32 ACERT engines for a top speed of 21 knots and a comfortable cruising speed of 18 knots, drawing on a total fuel capacity of 21,000 litres.

Horizon Yachts adds that the RP110’s double-chine hull design ensures excellent sea keeping in all conditions, as well as safe shallow water cruising, thanks to the maximum draught of just 1.83 metres.

Other superyacht projects currently under development at the Taiwanese yard include the second hull in the Horizon FD85 series, which is due for an imminent launch.

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