Power & Motoryacht

Horizon RP120

LOA: 120'0"

BEAM: 26'2"

DRAFT: 6'8"

DISPL.: 324,000 lb.

FUEL: 8,000 gal.

WATER: 800 gal.

POWER: 2/1,800-hp CAT C32As


TOP SPEED: 16 knots

PRICE: Upon request

The suspended passerelle bounced precariously under my feet as I ascended to the cockpit of the Horizon RP120

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