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Horizon RP120 superyacht sold to a third-time owner


Horizon RP120A Horizon RP120 superyacht has been sold and delivered to a third-time Horizon owner. After purchasing two other Horizon motor yachts, the owners were impressed with both the high level of service they received as well as their cruising experiences. When they were ready to step into a larger yacht, they found the RP120 to be the perfect fit for their growing family.

Completed in 2016 by Horizon Yachts in Taiwan, the 36.58-metre motor yacht RP120 (‘RP’ meaning Raised Pilothouse) has been built atop Horizon’s proven low resistance hull platform, which ensures superior seakeeping and comfort when underway.

The RP120 features a sleek exterior profile and beautiful exterior lines by U.S. designer JC Espinosa, while her interior design has been developed by the Italian interior designer Luca Dini, who created a contemporary and elegant atmosphere.

The yacht provides impressive comfort and usability. Her 8-metre beam allows for a functional and classic layout, featuring five cabins forward, with the master cabin located on the main deck, a raised pilothouse, fully equipped galley and a large salon. The great crew area in the rear has a captain’s cabin with double bed and private bathroom, 2 crew cabins (each with 2 beds) with private bathroom and crew galley. With a 1,8-metre draft, the RP120 is suited for extended cruises to the Bahamas.

On the foredeck a great seating and sunbathing area allows for a relaxing view around or a sundowner. The beautiful large flybridge is fitted with a hardtop with integrated slide-soft top, modern side wings give that special touch.

In the stern, there is a huge garage with space for a large tender, workshop, separate toilet, which is easily convertible to a beach club, followed by the large hydraulic Hi-Lo platform. Place enough also for a possible sauna area and many other features.

This RP120 features 2 x 1,900 hp Caterpillar engines of the type C-32A and a diesel tank capacity of 30,000 litres. The calculated speed of 20 knots has been achieved during the first sea trials. At 10 knots she cruises with a very efficient fuel consumption of 100 litres/hour for both engines – the yacht has transatlantic range.