Horizon RP97 "Summer Wind" on the verge of completion
The brand-new Horizon RP97 "Summer Wind" successfully completed her sea trial in Kaohsiung harbor in April and is now ready for delivery to her Australian owner. Powered by twin CAT 1600bhp engines, Summer Wind
has a cruising speed of 16-knots and top speed of 22-knots at full load. Thanks to the advanced technology Horizon utilizes to control weight, Summer Wind
is lighter than previous RP97 models – even though she has plenty of sound insulation material – and she runs 2 knots faster.
The stylish exterior of the RP97 Summer Wind
was designed by well-known Sweden designer John Lindblohm, and her interior design was a collaborative effort between Horizon’s in-house design team and Nikki Parris from the owner’s selected Australian Design Company. With a 21ft beam and 105ft in length, Summer Wind
features a spacious salon incorporated with a custom-designed stereo theater system by well-known Australian company Goldclass – the 65-inch plasma TV gives the salon the feel of a private theater, which is ideal for entertaining.
The dining area, which is highlighted by a large window that brings in natural sunlight, can accommodate up to 10 guests. Below deck, the accommodations have been designed to meet the owner’s requirements and incorporate 3 ensuite staterooms that provide plenty of livable space on board. For more information:
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Hsiao Kang, Kaosiung
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