Elegant and Luxurious
The tri-deck P series combines industry-leading design with advanced construction technologies to create a yacht or extraordinary style and luxury. Built to suit your lifestyle, the P series provides safe, comfortable cruising wherever your travels may take you.
The Horizon P110 is a world-class tri-deck yacht designed for those seeking the ultimate cruising experience. With a sleek, streamlined exterior profile, world-class fit and finish, and spacious accommodations that offer either an on-deck master or country kitchen design, the P110 is nothing short of palatial. Offering a skylounge as well as a large flybridge, this yacht allows an array of custom features and design options that combine to create a tri-deck 110 that rivals 120ft (36M) yachts in design and function.
Delivered in 2011, the 136ft (41M) Angara is the fifth Horizon P130 custom megayacht. Named after the longest river in Russia, Angara was custom built to suit her owner and his young family. Angara features a traditional layout designed by J.C. Espinosa, which includes an on-deck full-beam master stateroom and four further staterooms below deck. Built to both DNV classification and MCA compliance, Angara is powered by twin CAT C32A 1,800hp engines that achieve a maximum speed of 16.5 knots when fully loaded. At a 12-knot cruise the fuel consumption of this award-winning yacht is less than 130 liters per hour.
Completed in 2009, Antithesis was built to DNV classification and MCA compliance and features an optimized design that maximizes safety and environmental elements. For this build, Horizon switched from polyester resin to vinylester for the structural elements, including the hull, topsides and superstructure, as vinylester has shown to better resist osmotic blistering. Antithesis was also tested extensively to exceed the damage and stability requirements of the IMO HSC2000. The Espinosa/Marshall styling and design of Antithesis is further improved by efficiency-minded details such as low-level LED lighting throughout, large props with small shafting angles, fuel filling stations with overflow alarms, IMO-approved water treatment
P130 Bikini Queen 2
“Acres of deck space” is how one publication describes the expansive entertaining areas aboard Bikini Queen 2, the 135ft (41M) yacht built by Horizon. The bright and modern interior design boasts a 26ft (7.8M) beam and is a joint collaboration between Horizon, the owner and interior designer Claudia Drettman while the external lines and styling retain the classic look by J.C. Espinosa. Delivered to her owners in 2009, Bikini Queen 2 features a full-beam VIP stateroom amidships on the bridge deck, a full-beam master on the main deck, and three multi-functional cabins on the lower deck. Powered by twin MTU 8V 4000s, the voluminous Bikini Queen 2 achieves a top speed of 15.5 knots.
P130 After You
The second Horizon P130, After You is the sistership to Miss Rose, which also delivered in 2008. After You boasts six staterooms, including an on-deck master and spacious VIP suite, and her layout displays an emphasis on open spaces. Designed by J.C. Espinosa and naval architect Greg Marshall, After You proved her seaworthiness during her sea trials, which took place two days after Typhoon Fongshen in extremely challenging conditions.
P130 Miss Rose
At an overall length of 132 feet, the multiple award-winning Miss Rose is not only the first Horizon P130, she holds the status of being the largest single-infused hull via the proprietary SCRIMP (Seamanns Composite Resin Infusion Molding Process) structure in the world. Built to DNV classification and MCA-compliant, Miss Rose is a collaboration between Horizon’s design team and naval architect Greg Marshall and designer J.C. Espinosa. Miss Rose features two full-beam master staterooms – one forward on the main deck and the other aft of the bridge in place of the skylounge – and three flexible-layout staterooms below deck.
Born out of the success of Horizon’s superyachts, the P140 features an exterior design that offers increased performance with a bulbous bow as well as an extremely functional layout on her 28-foot (8.5M) beam. You will cruise in complete comfort and luxury on the P140 thanks to her six guest accommodations – including an on-deck master – voluminous main deck salon, formal dining for 10 guests, skylounge salon, and numerous outdoor entertaining spaces. The new P140 is the largest FRP hull built in Horizon’s yacht collection and is built as standard to RINA classification and under EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) and IMO (International Maritime Organization) MARPOL regulations during construction.