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Horizon Yachts delivers new FD90 Skyline superyacht Tyee

31 August 2021• Written by Olivia Michel

The 20th hull in Horizon Yachts’ popular Fast Displacement model series has been delivered to its new, first-time owner in Southeast Asia.

It is the first FD90 Skyline model to be delivered to the region and represents a global expansion for the Taiwanese brand, according to the builder. 

Tyee is the 20th hull in Horizon Yachts' FD90 Skyline series.

Christened Tyee, the tri-deck superyacht measures 27.45 metres with a 7.11 metre beam and an internal volume of 185 GT. It was built in GRP to design by Cor D. Rover and is defined by a plumb bow.

There are five staterooms on board.

Interiors have been styled by the in-house team at Horizon Yachts and feature five staterooms. Accommodation for six crew members is situated aft of the engine room.

Interiors were design in-house by Horizon Yachts.

The décor on board is minimalist yet elegant, finished with white oak and walnut panelling, white ash flooring and complemented by floor-to-ceiling windows that flood interior spaces with light.

There are both indoor and al fresco dining spaces on board.

The prime social space on board is the main saloon, which is equipped with a dayhead and television aft to starboard and a lounging area highlighted by a corner glass cabinet, a white leather sofa and coffee table with a pouf ottoman to port.

The enclosed skylounge is a defining feature.

Additional entertaining spaces are found on the upper decks, which feature dedicated sunbathing areas and al fresco dining as well as an enclosed skylounge with a wenge wood games table.

Powered by twin CAT C18A 1,136hp engines, Tyee can reach a top speed of 19.4 knots, cruising comfortably around a speed of 10 knots.

Tyee has been delivered to a first-time owner in Southeast Asia.

Sold through Phuket-based brokerage house Derani yachts, Tyee began construction in 2019 and has been delivered on schedule.

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