First model Horizon AquaCat 80 to steal the show

Horizon Motor Yachts Australia is looking forward to showing off two brand new models never before seen in Australia.

Along with the sensational E54 making its debut in Australia, the sublime superyacht, the first hull of the stunning AquaCat 80 will be on show – for only the second time since its world debut in Fort Lauderdale.

The 81-foot economical cruising Catamaran is the Horizon Group’s second environmentally friendly model and was designed in collaboration with renowned Australian naval architect Mark Ellis.

The AquaCat 80 catamaran design was created to meet the demand for greater onboard comfort at sea. Compared to monohull designs, twin-round bilge slender hull provides superior stability, faster acceleration and higher top speeds, more efficiency, and greater suitability for long-range cruising, especially for those people who live aboard for extended periods.

Accommodation includes a main deck owners’ suite, two double guest cabins and two “bunk rooms” for the kids. The bridge has been arranged with a skylounge, which can be converted to an additional cabin should a captain be employed or additional guests carried. Future configurations may include a sun deck fitted with a spa.

With marble and superlative styling throughout, a full size ship’s galley and all Miele appliances, it will certainly impress.

HMYA will also have a Vision 74 and RPH 97 on display.