Horizon trials 27-metre Skyline

alexbaldwin
By alexbaldwin January 16, 2018 13:02

Horizon trials 27-metre Skyline

Horizon Yachts USA is trialling the 27-metre FD87 motoryacht Skyline, ready for its debut in March.

The vessel is currently being trialled in the Taiwan sea with her owner, in the lead-up to the Palm Beach International Boat Show, which runs 22-25 March 2018.

This Skyline is a spin-off from the FD85, featuring an enclosed bridge and a seating area on the bow. Skyline is designed by Cor D Rover, with input from the yacht’s owner. The hull stands out with its cold blue exterior and a high performance piercing bow (HPPB) that promises a 10% reduction in resistance and fuel consumption.

The three-deck structure houses eight guests on the lower deck with the master suite located on the bow of the main deck.

She will be powered by two CAT C-18ACERT engines running at 1136hp.

Skyline joins the range of the FD74, FD85, the FD102 and the upcoming FD122.


Specifications:

Length: 27.45 metres
Beam: 7.07 metres
Draft: 1.65 metres
Displacement (half load): 95 tonnes

Fuel: 13,170 litres
Engines: Two CAT C-18ACERT 1136hp
Max speed: 16 knots
Cruising speed: 10 knots
Cruising range: 1,640 nm

alexbaldwin
By alexbaldwin January 16, 2018 13:02

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