Taiwanese yard Horizon Yachts has added a new model to its FD series, the FD125.
While details remain sparse about the new 38 metre concept, Horizon revealed that the yacht was designed by long-term yard collaborator Cor D Rover.
Key features include large exterior windows, accommodation for 10 guests in five double saloons, including a main deck master, and a “beach house” feel inside.
With accommodation for eight crew, the Horizon FD125 “pairs performance with superyacht luxury”, the yard said.
Not yet under construction, the model joins the yard’s FD series and will be the biggest in the range.
Elsewhere, the yard has also revealed a new model at the smaller end of the range. The owner operational FD70 combines “unparalleled volume, innovative functionality and intelligent layouts.”
Key features include a beach club and accommodation for eight guests in four staterooms, including a main deck master.
While the yard has revealed only basic information about the model, it did reveal that delivery slots are now available for 2020.
The news comes after the yard revealed it had delivered two 33.53 metre RP110 yachts in April. The fifth hull in the RP110 series, Wild Duck, was delivered to a US owner, while the seventh hull in the series, The Legion, was delivered to an Australian owner.