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All New Design

  • Year: 2018
  • Call for Price
  • Located in Seattle, WA
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel
  • YW# 1436-3168302
  • Courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS


Other photos: Photo 1, Photo 2, Open Bridge, Open Bridge, Photo 5, Photo 6, Photo 7, Photo 8, Photo 9, Photo 10, Photo 11, Photo 12, Photo 13, Photo 14, Photo 15, Photo 16, Photo 17, Photo 18, Photo 19, Photo 20, Photo 21, Photo 22, Photo 23, Open Bridge Beach Club Layout.


Emerald Pacific Yachts teamed up with world-renowned yacht designer Jonathan Quinn Barnett of Seattle to introduce an entirely new cutting-edge design in the 65' to 70' range.

Copious large yacht features ingeniously fitted within a manageable owner/operator framework – this is the cornerstone of the new Horizon V68 motoryacht model. The V68 has been planned throughout with spacious accommodations, wide side decks, and a voluminous interior on a 19’6” that takes advantage of large windows in the main deck and cabins. She offers a flexible three or four stateroom layout, with optional crew quarters aft, as well as various configurations for all three decks including open and enclosed bridge. The V68’s plumb bow design – a striking feature from Stimson Yachts’ hull design – allows for a longer waterline and reduces drag at lower, displacement speeds; the larger hull beam also makes for greater stability when it counts most. Ideal for first or second-time buyers, families and owner/operators, the Horizon V68 luxury motoryacht provides the qualities of a superyacht – safety, solid architecture, and customization – all in under 70 feet.

The all new Horizon V68 was on display at the Horizon Open house in January.  This new V68 will be prepped and shipped to the West Coast for her much anticipated US debut in April!



This listing is courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.
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