Power & Motoryacht


LOA: 80'7"

Beam: 23'

Draft: 5'5"

Displ.: 174,160 lbs.

Fuel: 2,700 gal.

Water: 400 gal.

Power: 2/1,200-hp MAN V8

Price: Upon Request

Just about everything superyacht owners are currently demanding in their new vessels—from a big beach club to a main-deck master stateroom to an ultra-stable ride—is built into the new Horizon FD77 motoryacht, which measures just over 80 feet.

“It’s the smallest 140-footer we’ve ever designed,” said Cor D. Rover, the founder of a well-known superyacht design house who collaborated with Horizon on the Fast Displacement (FD) Series. “It has four staterooms [with] the master on the main deck. In my opinion, you cannot take volume any further than that.”

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