Taiwanese builder Horizon Yachts has launched the second hull in its 31-metre tri-deck FD100 series, named Jemily II. The model was first introduced at the 2021 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, available in either a skyline or tri-deck version.
The series' second hull had been commissioned for experienced American clients who wished for a design that emphasized multi-generational entertainment. To achieve this, various customisations were made to the yacht's internal and external configurations including an additional entertainment console within the enclosed skylounge and the removal of the helm station on the top deck for expanded dining and lounge spaces.
Penned by Cor D. Rover, the FD100's exteriors are characterised by full-height windows and generous deck areas.
Inside, the signature full-beam master suite is situated forward on the main deck with a large his-and-hers ensuite and ample closet space. Four additional ensuite staterooms can be found on the lower deck, connected by a floating staircase with access to each of the three levels.
The interior of the vessel was designed in close collaboration with the Horizon Yachts USA team to create an elegant feel highlighted by modern artistic elements. A contemporary rectangular Rhiannon chandelier hangs above a large dining table for ten, while a handcrafted glass partition decorated with a splash ink pattern finishes the space between the dining room and galley for added privacy.
Other onboard elements include a Jacuzzi on the bridge deck aft, a hydraulic swim platform, and ambient lighting from a Quick Marine Lighting system added at the owner's request.
The FD100 is powered by two C-32-ACERT Caterpillar diesel engines that supply a top speed of 20.3 knots and a cruising speed of 10 knots. She is scheduled for delivery to her owners later this year.
The news follows the delivery of Horizon Yachts' first tri-deck FD110 model, which made its debut at the 2022 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.