Horizon Yachts has announced the launch of Paradise, hull three of the new RP110 raised pilothouse superyacht model. The new yacht is currently undergoing sea trials and is scheduled to be delivered to her owner in Australia at the end of this month.

"The new Horizon RP110 superyacht model has enjoyed global success since being launched last year,” said Horizon CEO, John Lu.  “Hull one Andrea VI was delivered to her second-time Horizon owners in November 2013, and hull two delivered to her owner in Asia. Hull three, Paradise is definitely another notable launch for Horizon, as she is the largest yacht we have sold in Australia.” 

With a total LOA of 35.36m, Paradise is tailored to suit her Australian owner, his family and their cruising lifestyle.  Her sleek exterior and sweeping style lines are the work of J.C. Espinosa, while Horizon and Donald Blount collaborated on her high-performance double chine hull design, which provides shallow draft along with high dynamic stability at high speeds and low resistance at low speeds.

Working together with Horizon’s in-house designers, the owners chose South American Walnut in satin finish as their main wood and accents in high-gloss Ebony, providing a nice contrast with the light soft goods and décor found throughout the yacht. 

Paradise features a five-stateroom layout with an on-deck master and four guest staterooms below deck: two mirrored VIP staterooms midship and two twin guest staterooms forward. Crew quarters are completely aft on the lower deck. 

Accommodating 10 guests and six crew, Paradise allows ample room for the large group of family and friends that often cruise with the owners.  On the main deck, the main salon is comfortable and spacious with a large L-shaped sofa and love seat, and the adjacent formal dining area accommodates eight to 10 guests; a fully equipped galley mid-ship and to port is capable of meeting the demands of entertaining large groups on board.       

As Australia’s shallower waters can be of concern to larger yachts, Horizon installed the Muir windlass system, which is specifically designed to provide a stable grip and higher-quality anchoring within Australia.  Horizon also ensured that the Hi/Lo swim platform on Paradise is lightweight and, in line with her owner’s request, can extend out to 12 feet 2 inches, with a load capacity of 3300 pounds for a custom tender. 

The stern garage is designed as a beach club and features a hydraulic garage door that opens to views of the sea. The stern garage can also be accessed independently via a watertight door within the hydraulic garage door. 

For entertaining on the flybridge, Paradise can accommodate up to 20 guests at the dinette table, and a second helm for the captain is outfitted forward on starboard side. 
Horizon Yachts is currently in contract negotiations for the construction of the fourth RP110.  “Our clients around the world have been, and continue to be impressed with the RP110, not only for her design and performance but also because she offers immense layout flexibility. We look forward to seeing her success in the superyacht arena continue,” added Lu.

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