Horizon’s first RP110 superyacht launched
Published: Tuesday, 13 August 2013
Right on schedule, the first of Horizon’s popular RP110 raised pilothouse series was successfully launched at the builder’s yard in Taiwan. Christened Andrea VI, she recently completed her sea trials with her new owner on board.
Twin 1,417kW Caterpillar engines power the RP110 series, which was designed by JC Espinosa with naval architecture of Donald Blount. Her sleek design helps her achieve a top speed of over 18 knots, and to cruise at 15 knots.
Andrea VI’s interior accommodates eight guests in four cabins. The master suite is located on the main deck, with a VIP, a double and a twin on the lower deck. This series also comes with a design option for 10 guests in five cabins.
This 33.53-metre raised pilothouse motor yacht series has already achieved considerable success for the Taiwanese yard. A second hull was ordered last June followed closely by a third in July. Four potential owners are currently visiting the yard, which may well result in yet further orders.
Andrea VI will soon be shipped to Florida, where she is expected to make her debut at the upcoming Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this October.