Following the debut of the Horizon FD85 at the Taiwan Boat Show in March, Horizon has unveiled the bookend models in a new series of motor yachts from the Taiwanese shipyard: the FD74 and FD102.
In a recent press release from Horizon, it described the new fast displacement series as, “[exemplifying] Horizon’s continuous pursuit of excellence and innovation.” Each model of the FD series features what Horizon describe as a “striking profile”, and all were designed with entertainment, relaxation, and seakeeping in mind.
Designer Cor D. Rover collaborated with Horizon’s in-house naval architecture team to develop each model in the series, which boasts a hull design that not only provides flexible performance but also allows for voluminous interior and exterior spaces.
At 23m (74 feet), the FD74 boasts large internal volume that encompasses four guest staterooms including an on-deck master. Designed to maximise the relationship between interior and exterior, the FD74 features a 6.5m (21 feet) beam and large windows throughout.
The largest of the FD series, the FD102 embodies “style and performance with a sleek exterior profile that hints at the efficient hull design that characterises this series.” Boasting an overall length of 32m (104 feet), the FD102 features an open bridge punctuated by fold-down balconies that extend the expansive al fresco living space. She is also fitted with innovative amenities and options throughout, with five staterooms including a full-beam master on the main deck.
For more information, visit Horizon Yachts.