The Horizon Raised Pilothouse offers the best of both worlds with a unique blend of interior and exterior space. A 21’6” beam allows for 4 spacious staterooms with en-suite heads below deck, plus a master stateroom on the main deck.
The Horizon RP 110 also provides an enclosed helm area as well as a full exterior fly bridge deck with outside entertaining areas including including a kitchen/wetbar, jacuzzi and tender storage, ensuring you will cruise in ultimate luxury with family and friends.
A partial hardtop provides shade for everyone seated at the wet bar and dinette yet allows guests to enjoy full sun while lounging in the hot tub or relaxing on the sunpads. Stairways fore and aft on the flying bridge let the crew move easily and quickly between the bow and stern without intruding on the yacht's interior spaces. The fordeck features yet another seating area with table, creating yet another zone for privacy.
To ensure comfort underway, her hard-chine hull form should provide good roll damping. Fine bow sections assure a smooth entry in heavy seas, while generous freeboard promises to keep her decks dry. Propeller pockets keep her full-load draft at just a hair over six feet, and a sold-laminate hull bottom offers a reassuring sense of toughness. The combination of cored hull sides and resin-infusion using the SCRIMP construction method should result in optimum strength with minimum weight.
This particular vessel is virtually unused, it was launched in 2010 has just over 300 hours on the engines. It still has the protective plastic covering many of the surfaces. It is waiting for a discerning buyer who wants a new yacht with the new yacht depriciation already aborbed. Recently reduced by 1.5 million! Why buy a comparable yacht from an earlier vintage when you can have a near new 2010 model.