Horizon to debut raised pilothouse superyacht Andrea VI at FLIBS
by Malcolm MacLean
Horizon Yachts will debut 35.53m Andrea VI, hull No. 1 of the new Horizon RP110 raised pilothouse model, during the 2013 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this October.
The new RP110 series is designed by JC Espinosa with naval architecture of Donald Blount. Powered by twin 1,417kW Caterpillar engines, her sleek design allows a top speed in excess of 18 knots, a cruising speed of 15 knots and easy manoeuvering.
The interior of superyacht Andrea VI accommodates eight guests in four cabins including a master on the main deck, a VIP, a double and a twin on the lower deck. The RP110 series is also available for 10 guests in five cabins.
Andrea VI is equipped with an Octoplex monitoring system; bow and stern thrusters and ABT digital stabilisers. Additionally, the RP110's innovative double-chine hull design provides excellent sea keeping, stability and shallow draft, along with enhanced hydrodynamics to minimise drag and improve overall performance.
Horizon will also show its E Series E88 and E56 models at the Fort Lauderdale show.