Taiwanese-based yard Horizon Yachts is preparing to deliver its new custom superyacht, 35-metre (115-foot) Horizon CC115 to a Mexican client.
The yard has also revealed it has welcomed a total of five clients for delivery sea trials on a number of new build yachts. The CC115 will be delivered alongside the FD85, FD87, E88, PC65 and PC52.
It comes ahead of the CC115's world premiere at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in November.
CEO of Horizon Yachts, John Lu previously said, “We are very pleased these new owners selected Horizon to build their customised superyacht. It is a great testament to our strength and capabilities as a luxury yacht manufacturer. This new Horizon CC115 will be nothing short of magnificent.”
The CC115 was developed in collaboration with Dutch designer, Cor D. Rover.
To accommodate the owner’s desire to cruise with his entire family and utilise the spaces on board, the yacht’s design features a split foredeck described as a “family theatre area.”
Other key features include a large swim platform that can be lowered into the water and allow for an easy launch of superyacht tenders and toys.
Total accommodation on board remains undisclosed, but first renderings of the yacht showed that the Horizon CC115 features sheltered al fresco dining options in both the cockpit and on the sundeck.
Power will come from a pair of Caterpillar C32 ACERT diesel engines for a total output of 3,200hp.