In our recent review of the Horizon EP69, we stated that although this boat has motoryacht and trawler-like features, it doesn't qualify as an Expedition, which is the designation that Horizon has given the vessel. I usually quantify an expedition yacht based on signature design attributes, but also range, stowage and a certain utilitarian prowess. With it's big freeboard, displacement hull coupled with a Portuguese bridge and forward swept pilothouse windows, the EP69 is very trawler-like. Horizon didn't want the boat "pigeon-holed" in the trawler category. Instead, they want it viewed as an alternative to someone seeking an Expedition yacht. For me, an Expedition must have serious range and the EP69's reach is more like a motoryacht. Horizon wants it known that fuel capacity can be added, but does this make it an Expedition? If anything, it's a hybrid; difficult to categorize. What are your thoughts? What defines an Expedition Yacht? Below is a pic of the EP69 and the quintessential expedition, Turmoil.