Taiwanese yard Horizon Yachts has launched the third hull in its Tri-Deck FD92 yacht series.
The launch of the 28.66 metre yacht follows in the footsteps of the first hull in the series, Crowned Eagle, which was delivered to its owner last year. The second hull was delivered earlier this month to a third-time Horizon owner
Built on spec, the third hull will soon be available in the US. Key features include an exterior design penned by Cor D Rover and High-Performance Piercing Bow.
The main deck features a “traditional” layout, with the main saloon aft and dining area amidships, and is finished in satin walnut with high gloss wenge and oak accents.
Accommodation on board is for a total of 10 guests in a five-cabin layout, including a full-beam main deck master. The four remaining guest cabins, comprising three queen cabins and a convertible twin, are found on the lower deck.
The crew quarters is located aft of the guest accommodation and includes a captain’s cabin and two bunk cabins for a total of five crew.
Elsewhere, the exterior features a Jacuzzi, dinette and sunpads at the foredeck and seating and sunbathing areas on the upper deck. Two Jet Skis and a tender can be stored on board, while power comes from twin MTU 10V2000 M96L 1,600hp engines.