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Available in Skyline or Open Bridge versions, the striking profile of the Horizon FD77 is sure to make this distinctive yacht the object of attention wherever it goes. Tall forward freeboard and a wide 22'10"" beam maximize interior volume, and unique floor-to-ceiling glass sections invite plenty of natural light and panoramic views into the salon, dining area and on-deck master stateroom. To further enhance to openness of the pocket superyacht, a sliding glass door to starboard in the main salon provides access to the exterior walkway leading to the forward deck. The lower deck boasts three additional staterooms including two very large VIP cabins with queen berths, desk and en site heads. The foredeck is fitted with a double sun-pad and a comfortable lounge facing forward to enjoy the views. A key feature of the FD77 is a large swim step and opening transom what the builder calls a beach club with access to a full head and crew quarters. The bridge deck aft is spacious enough to accommodate a 16 foot tender. The piercing bow hull design is a seldom seen feature in a yacht this size. No lightweight, the Horizon FD77 is powered by two Cat 1,136hp C18 inboard diesels.
Stately mini-superyacht combines broad 20'6"" beam with enormous interior, impressive feature list. Versatile four-stateroom, four-head layout includes crew quarters aft with double berth, full-beam master suite, open-plan salon/galley/dinette, roomy skylounge with dinette and day head. Stand-up engine room is a work of art. Seating area aft on bridge deck features barbecue, wet bar. Available with open or enclosed flybridge, with or without cockpit. Cruise at 16 knots (about 20 top) with 1,000hp Cat diesels.