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    HORIZON 130' MOTORYACHT

    Horizon Yachts has plans underway to develop a new full line of vessels, ranging in size from 100 – 170 feet in collaboration with yacht designer Juan Carlos “JC” Espinosa and naval architect Greg Marshall. The first of the series is already in production – a 130 ft. tri-deck motor yacht, scheduled for delivery in October 2005.

    JC says, “In my 20 years of designing megayachts, I’ve learned to incorporate high-end design elements into my plans without incurring a huge expense for the customer. The 130 has been designed to afford guests an uninterrupted view of their surroundings through large salon windows and an open and airy floor plan.”

    While each yacht will be designed according to the individual’s requirements, the first 130 houses an expansive interior in its sleek, though elegant, superstructure. Additional features of this new 130 include accommodations for 12 guests in six ensuite staterooms; a full-beam master suite with king size bed, office, and his and her baths with Jacuzzi located aft of the pilothouse and overlooking a private deck; a VIP with queen-size bed and Jacuzzi on the main deck; two staterooms with twin size beds and two with queen size beds; tender stowage accessed via a hydraulic garage door off the transom.

    The vessel will further accommodate an atrium staircase connecting all levels, an expansive flybridge with spa pool for ten and sun pad, and dining amenities on all decks.

    Horizon Yachts takes extra steps to ensure comfort and seaworthiness in all the yachts they build. By using the SCRIMP™ resin-infusion molding process it assures maximum strength, durability and consistency while minimizing overall weight and reducing emissions by 80%.

    Since 1987, Horizon Yachts has delivered over 350 semi-custom Motor yachts to a wide variety of owners who appreciate high quality and a good value.

    For more information please contact:

    West Coast: Emerald Pacific Yachts at 206-587-0660
    East Coast: Horizon America at 561-626-5615
    www.horizonyachting.com

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    L.O.A.................................. 125'
    L.W.L................................. 109'
    Beam................................. 25'8"
    Draft Max........................... 5'3"
    Draft (to Prop. Tip)............. 7'6"
    Min. Freeboard.................. 8'2"
    Light Ship Wt.................... 150 tons
    Full Load Displacement..... 180 tons
    Fuel................................... 8,000 gallons
    Fresh Water...................... 1,000 gallons
    Cruising Range.................. 1,800 nm
    Cruising Speed.................. 12 knots
    Max. Speed....................... 17.5 knots

    Black & White line drawings on the Horizon 130' Tri-Deck -

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