Taiwanese yachtbuilder Horizon has delivered the first 28.6 metre E90 model as Lazy Daze. Marking a new entry to the yard's popular E Series line, the first E90 was started on speculation and later sold to experienced American owners who plan to use her primarily in the Caribbean and Bahamas.
The yacht's design centres around a high-volume interior with a wave-piercing bow and performance-oriented hull that draws on the successful platform of the existing line.
The interior configuration makes full use of the yacht's six-metre beam. Guests are welcomed into a saloon with a seating area comprising an L-shaped white leather sofa, freestanding armchair and an ottoman, all conveniently placed around an entertainment centre. Dining for up to eight can be found forward on the port side of the yacht.
Storage has been carefully integrated throughout the saloon, with storage nooks in the base of the furniture.
Lazy Daze features an open country-kitchen-style galley with a U-shaped dinette that sits below the yacht's forward, sloped windows. A centre island topped with white marble stone offers even more storage.
Alongside the able stonework, light white ash and silver oak woods contribute to the refined and elegant onboard ambience.
A four-cabin layout includes a full-beam cabin amidships with his and hers en suites and a stone-wrapped walk-in shower. A leatherette headboard in an Art Deco pattern flanked by large mirrors frames the king-sized bed.
A large VIP is situated furthest forward while two convertible twin ensuites are positioned to port and starboard.
The yacht offers plenty of room for relaxation on deck, including an aft deck with Jacuzzi, lounging area, wet bar and fridge.
The new delivery comes at a busy time for the yard with its first FD110 hitting the water back in June.