Horizon Yachts debuted 3 new yachts at 2014 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Horizon Yachts debuted the Horizon PC52 power catamaran “Pomboo” and showcased an E88 motoryacht “Missing Card III,” PC60 power catamaran “Sanctuary” and the 2007 Horizon 85’ motoryacht “Nine Stars” at the 2014 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS).
Born out of the success of the Horizon PC60 model, the PC52 retains the signature modern lines, large interior volume, high-quality finish, and sea-keeping abilities of the PC series; hulls one Hull two “Pomboo” features a 22’ beam and standard three-stateroom layout below deck, and the main deck offers a galley with breakfast bar, salon, and storage. The exterior areas are dedicated to entertaining, with a helm and dinette on the open bridge and an expansive aft deck area with a dinette and wet bar.
One of four Horizon E88 motoryachts sold in the U.S. this summer, “Missing Card III” was originally slated to be an inventory yacht for Horizon Yacht USA but was purchased by the owner near the end of her build. Per her new owner’s request, this E88 offers three guest staterooms, including an enlarged master suite, and crew quarters are located aft of the engines. Her 21’ beam and total 94’ LOA gave the owners room to add some additional custom features, such as a desk in the pilothouse as well as a seating area and bar on the aft flybridge, and they worked with Horizon’s in-house design team on personalizing the interior décor. This is also the first Horizon E88 motoryacht in the U.S. that incorporates a flexible beach club area at the back, complete with a hydraulic garage door and Hi/Lo swim platform, and she is equipped with CAT C32 1800 HP engines, zero speed stabilizers, bow/stern thrusters, and more. The Horizon 85’ motoryacht “Nine Stars” was built in 2007 and offers four guest staterooms; aft crew quarters; zero speed stabilizers; CAT 1925HP engines and enclosed bridge.
“Sanctuary” is hull nine of the Horizon PC60 power catamaran model and was also built for U.S. owners who plan to cruise her in the Bahamas and Florida. She features the standard three-stateroom layout with an on-deck master, and her open bridge and spacious aft deck are ideal for island traveling, a popular past-time for this power catamaran model.