Extraordinary Design
  • Exterior Stylish
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Horizon partners with American, European and other experienced designers and naval architects to create a range of yachts with style and sophistication. Horizon has expanded its fleet to consist of 7 model series -- E Series; EP Series; P Series; PC Series; RP Series; V Series and FD Series -- which are differentiated by their distinctive styles and features. Horizon strives to grow each model series by continuing to develop innovative and unique yachts that satisfy a variety of lifestyles.

The international naval architects and designers include:

Donald L. Blount
Donald L. Blount and Associates (DLBA), is an internationally recognized naval architecture, marine engineering, and yacht design firm based in Virginia. Since 1988, this U.S. firm has specialized in design, structure calculations and stability evaluation of motoryachts and various commercial vessels. To optimize passenger comfort aboard a high-speed hull, Horizon collaborated with DLBA in designing an innovative double-chine hull in the Horizon RP110 model.

Greg Marshall
Canadian-born Gregory C. Marshall is an experienced and respected naval architect in the motor yacht industry. His design firm, Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architects (GCMNA), has been involved in various successful large yacht projects around the world since its establishment. In 2006, the recruitment of a new partner, Gordon Galbraith, helped elevate GCMNA to its current success. Associated with the design of the successful Horizon V Series, GCMNA has become an important part of Horizon Group’s powerful formula for building the ultimate in world-class motoryachts.

J.C. Espinosa
Juan Carlos Espinosa is a licensed and registered architect in Florida and Illinois. He received his Bachelor of Architecture and Planning degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 1985. Ever since, J.C., as he is known in the industry, has dedicated his talent exclusively to exterior and interior styling of custom yachts and series production boats. His firm's design work is published regularly by the most prominent publications in the field. Horizon’s custom megayacht P130 model is designed by J.C. Espinosa.

John Lindblom
John Lindblom’s designs for Horizon’s E series are the signature for the marquee and have been a continued success for many years. John started designing boats in his father’s office at the age of 15 and founded his own design office in 1987. He is a well-known naval architect in Scandinavia and specializes in fast powerboats and yacht design. His original transom design, which was nicknamed the “Lindblohm transom,” is still popular 20 years later on Horizon yachts.

Mark Ellis
Mark Ellis has been in the marine industry for over 35 years and involved in various design projects for commercial vessels. In 1987, Mark established Mark Ellis Marine Design (MEMD), which provides design, naval architecture and engineering services primarily to Australian and Asian shipyards for both monohull and catamaran hull forms. The AC80 is the first composite production luxury catamaran collaboration between Mark and Horizon.

Angelo Lavranos
Angelo Lavranos produced many successful racing boats including IOR champions, IMS cruiser-racers, a full range of innovative cruisers in all materials, and superyachts up to 40m LOA from 1975. Since 1996, he has been producing a range of power catamarans, sailing catamarans, passenger ferries, hydrographic survey and charter fishing cats, and was responsible for the hull design, naval architecture and hull structure of Horizon PC58.

Cor D. Rover Design
Cor D. Rover Design has a background in Naval Architecture and Mechanical Engineering, and specializes in the aesthetic exterior design, space planning / optimisation and interior layout designs of motor yachts currently ranging from 12 to 120 meters, Cor D. Rover has been involved in more than 50 motor yacht projects, and has worked with Horizon on numerous type of yachts exterior.