Having just delivered the first unit to her American owners last month, the team at Horizon have wasted no time in launching the second 28.66-metre FD92 superyacht in Taiwan.
Hull number 17 of the Horizon FD92 series is on its way to the US as the yard’s latest speculation project.
Designed by Cor D. Rover, the yacht is distinguished by a tri-deck design, a skylounge with nearby Jacuzzi and bar and a lightweight carbon fibre flybridge.
Inside, she will be able to fit five staterooms including a full-beam master stateroom with a his-and-hers bathroom positioned on the main deck forward. The remaining staterooms are on the lower deck in either a queen-size or twin configuration, each with their own bathrooms. The engine room, crew quarters and beach club are positioned aft of the guest accommodations. The interior décor will include satin Anegre with high-gloss walnut accents and a walnut floor.
The tender is stowed aft and benefits from the yacht’s hydraulic Steelhead davit. This area can transform into a shaded entertainment area, similar to the foredeck, which features seating and sunpads.