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News: First Horizon FD75 Skyline

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  1. First FD75 Skyline By Horizon Yachts
    The first Horizon FD75 Skyline is here. While it isn't the first overall FD75, actually it is the 4th hull to be launched- it is the first FD75 to feature the enclosed skylounge and also the first one to be sold to a client in Australia. This is the first Horizon build for the experienced owners, who selected the yard for its ability to customize the yacht to their standards. One of their 'customizations' was turning the flybridge into an enclosed skylounge...which is what essentially makes it a skyline model.
  2. Elsewhere on the yacht, you will find a three-stateroom layout for the 77’ 8” yacht that the owners specified. They comprise of the semi on-deck, full-beam master stateroom – one of the hallmarks of the FD75 model – and the lower deck has two large full-beam guest staterooms. As a result of there being only two guest cabins on the lower deck, the rooms are both full-beam which is something you typically witness with a master suite on the lower deck on vessels this size.
  3. On the main deck, a spacious aft deck houses a dining table and flows into the main salon, which features an L-shaped seating area with large dining area and country-kitchen-style galley occupying the full 20’ 4” beam forward. The owners specified an interior package of satin Acacia wood complemented by Michelangelo marble stonework throughout. The stonework itself serves as a focal-point in the galley area, where it is both the backsplash and the feature stone of the center island with waterfall edges. A slatted feature wall disguises the full-height appliances and divides the galley area from the forward master suite, which is accessed via three steps down. Here, the Acacia wood is complemented by carpeting and textured wallpaper and highlighted by Michelangelo stonework.

    For more information:

    Horizon Yachts
    8 Kuang Yang Street
    Hsiao Kang, Kaosiung
    Taiwan
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