Another new Horizon FD75 sold
The seventh hull of the Horizon FD75 has sold and is now in build for experienced business partners and co-owners. This FD75 features an Open Bridge configuration and a four-stateroom layout with a semi-on-deck master stateroom.
On the main deck, the new FD75 features a galley-aft layout, a configuration that has gained popularity among American clients for its proximity to the spacious aft deck. When the salon doors are fully extended, an inviting open-air indoor/outdoor entertainment space is created. Multiple dining areas include a large table for eight on the aft deck or a convertible indoor table opposite the galley area. A large U-shaped seating area is forward, as is the semi-raised pilothouse with twin chairs and the full-beam master stateroom four steps down.
Three further guest staterooms are positioned on the lower deck and include a full-beam ensuite VIP and two convertible twins. Crew quarters for two are situated aft of the engine room.
Designed for entertainment and on-the-water enjoyment in a compact package, the FD75 offers an inviting open flybridge fitted with a dayhead and large bar with three fixed barstools opposite an L-shaped seating and dining area. Twin helm chairs complement the helm station on this deck and ample space for tender and toy storage is accommodated on the boat deck aft. The foredeck offers another seating and lounging area, making the FD75 an enviable design for experienced clients who enjoy cruising to off-the-beaten-path destinations with minimal crew.
The Horizon FD75 not only offers pioneering high-volume design in a mid-size package, it also provides superior performance and stability thanks to the builder’s proprietary High Performance Piercing Bow and hull design. The new build is the fourth Horizon for one owner, and the group plans to use the yacht after taking delivery in the Fall of 2022.