Finally a cat that looks like a yacht: Horizon Power Catamarans PC60 Skylounge

Horizon Power Catamarans PC60 Skylounge Debuts at Miami Yacht & Brokerage Show.

Horizon Power Catamarans, the manufacturer of the highly acclaimed PC60, PC52, and PC80 luxury power catamaran yachts, debuts PC60 Skyloungeat Miami Yacht & Brokerage Show. The PC60 Skylounge is quite possibly the most elegantly styled power catamaran to grace the U.S. shores, according to its builders. To quote the proud new owner of hull #1, “Finally a cat that looks like a yacht!” Her soft, smooth, comfortable and stable ride will appeal to anyone that spends extended time aboard, underway or at anchor. This is a yacht you can truly LIVE aboard.”

“The PC60 would unquestionably be the best riding big powercat I have ever had the experience to run hard and fast in rough water. It is free of vices and a credit to the builders and designers. Not only does it provide outstanding performance and handling, it also has the now legendary Horizon stamp of quality along with it,” saidPacific Power Boat.

The PC60 Skylounge (often called an Enclosed Pilothouse) is the serious blue water cruiser’s dream yacht, offering the luxury, space and amenities of much larger yachts, plus an enclosed pilothouse affording total comfort and protection from the elements on wet and windy days while passage making.

The new catamaran is available in both Open Flybridge and Skylounge configurations, with the aft deck, salon, galley and master cabin all on the main deck level that makes for very comfortable access to all the primary living areas.

The highly refined and tank tested hull designs make for a remarkably smooth, soft and stable ride, regardless of sea conditions. The PC range is built using the patented SCRIMP resin infused system ensuring a lighter, stiffer and far stronger structure compared to typical build methods.

The 2014 Yacht and Brokerage Show in Miami Beach will be running from February 13th to February 17th, 2014, covering 1.2 million square feet of space over a mile-long strip of Indian Creek Waterway. This year’s show features over 500 new and pre-owned vessels valued at more than a billion dollars.