Barry 2019-11-25

Horizon Yachts has expanded its acclaimed Fast Displacement Series of high-volume, high-performance motor yachts with the addition of a brand new FD92 model.

Inspired by the request of an experienced American client who desired both an enclosed skylounge and an open flybridge, the new FD92 is based on the popular FD87 model and features a tri-deck superstructure perched atop an extended hull form.

The first FD92 — Hull 15 — is currently under construction and on schedule to be delivered to its American owner in July of 2020. The second FD92 — Hull 17 being built on spec — will be launched at the end of 2020.
 he tri-deck superstructure design led to a proportionate hull extension, giving this yacht an LOA of 92’ and augmenting the already spacious beach club and Hi/Lo swim platform and watersports area.

Showcasing the striking profile, interior space and High Performance Piercing Bow and hull design that characteriSe the Cor D. Rover-designed FD Series, the first FD92 will accommodate guests in a full-beam on-deck master stateroom equipped with his-and-hers heads and four additional lower-deck staterooms. Crew quarters for three are situated aft of the engine room, just forward of the fully equipped beach club.

The tri-deck design—the first ever for the FD Series—allows for a helm, L-shaped seating, a sunpad and small bar equipped with a fridge and icemaker to be positioned on the uppermost deck, which can be shaded with a bimini top. Another inviting exterior area has been designed for the foredeck, which will feature a six-person Jacuzzi, seating area, sunpads and fridge/icemaker. Aft of the enclosed skylounge—which houses the helm station, lounge seating and a day head—the boat deck will befitted with a bar and stools while the tender is comfortably stowed furthest aft while underway.

Intended for entertaining, the aft deck of the new FD92 has been designed to accommodate formal dining for ten, and features a wet bar on the starboard side as well as a built-in settee and plenty of storage. Graced by the full-height windows throughout the main salon, another formal dining table for ten separates the interior lounging area and aft day head from the portside galley and full-beam master forward.


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