After being launched in 2014, the Horizon RP 110 has brought some success for the yard, with a total of five new build orders placed. 

Among the features that impressed the new owner of Paradise, were her sweeping exterior lines, designed by J. C. Espinosa. Another important part of the yacht is the double chine hull, which was developed in a collaboration between Horizon and Donald Blount. The hull provides high dynamic stability at high speeds and low resistance at low speeds. 

Horizon also installed the Muir windlass system, which provides a stable grip and higher-quality anchoring, considering the shallow waters in Australia. The shipyard also ensured Paradise Hi/Lo swim platform is light-weight which has a load capacity of 3300 pounds for a custom tender. Another major part of Paradise is pilothouse, which features five screens comprised of Furuno navigation equipment and a Boening monitoring system.  


The interior layout of Paradise includes a master stateroom, two mirrored VIP and two twin guest staterooms forward. The yacht also features a fully equipped galled mid-ship which can accommodate large groups of people. 

M/Y Paradise

The yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests and six crew members.

LOA: 35.35
Gross tonnage: 228GT
Builder: Horizon 
Naval Architect: Donald Blount
Exterior designer: J. C. Espinosa
Interior designer: Luca Dini Design 
Launch date: October, 2014

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Horizon Yachts

Donald L Blount & Associates, Inc.

Luca Dini Design

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