A lot of boats like to claim they’re like a pocket superyacht, but the Horizon 62 has a legitimate reason for doing so, as Nick explains...
This 2003 Horizon 62 is a case in point, with the gloss woodwork throughout this yacht being of an extremely high standard.
The headroom adds to that feeling of being on a much larger boat, and that is carried through into the engine room, which is big enough for our 6ft presenter to stand up in.
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The Horizon FD85 doesn’t just have superyacht-baiting deck spaces and interior volume on its side; it will tackle long-distance voyages
Moving to the accommodation and there is plenty of room for three en-suite cabins as well as a crew compartment that can host up to three crewmembers – or older kids if you plan to operate the Horizon 62 without a crew.
The upper deck is particularly notable too, with plenty of space for al fresco relaxation around the central helm station, which features a protected instrument panel that resembles an astronaut’s helmet.
Enjoy the tour…
Horizon 62 specifications
LOA: 63ft / 19.2m
LWL: 53ft 7in / 16.33m
Beam: 17ft 4in / 5.28m
Draft: 5ft 7in / 1.7m
Displacement (dry): 74,960lb
Engines: Twin 1,050hp CAT C18 diesels
Fuel capacity: 832.67 gal (UK)
Water capacity: 291.44 gal (UK)
Top speed: 25 knots
Cruising speed: 19 knots