The Horizon P130 Elevates to the New P136 Model

2013-01-10

Since 2008, Horizon has delivered five P130 luxury yachts to owners in the U.S. and Europe, gaining an abundance of experience building a large FRP hull, communicating with clients and adhering to DNV classification and EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) and IMO (International Maritime Organization) MARPOL regulations during construction; it is this experience that has led to Horizon elevating the P130 to the new P136 model and doing so with unwavering confidence.  “We are extremely comfortable with the design and pedigree behind the new Horizon P136,” says Horizon CEO John Lu.  “We expect her to be well-received throughout the global yacht market.” 

To date, Horizon has built over 320 FRP hulls utilizing the SCRIMP method and among these is the new P136, which is the largest FRP hull that Horizon currently builds.  Featuring a new exterior design, the P136 offers increased performance and a more functional layout – her waterline width has been increased by 2’8” and the Gross Tonnage increased to 445GT, providing more interior volume within her 28’ beam.  Her accommodations include six staterooms, with the Master on-deck and guest staterooms below deck, as well as crew quarters aft of the engines.  Her bulbous bow helps reduce water and wave resistance, so that all on board will be completely comfortable while cruising, and the a addition of a dayhead in the Skylounge, located midship starboard side, allows guests to enjoy the full amenities found on board.

For more information on the new Horizon P136 model, please contact the Horizon representative closest to you.