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New Customized Horizon E88 Skylounge

Horizon E88 Skylounge Yacht

Horizon Yachts recently announced the launch of a brand new E88 skyounge motoryacht that has been customized to suit her U.S. owners. The E88’s streamlined hull design, interior volume via a 21’ beam, and ability to be customized to suit the owners needs were important factors in choosing the model, and the owners were heavily involved in her build, focusing on the usability and livability of their new yacht.

Horizon E88 Skylounge Yacht
Horizon E88 Skylounge Yacht

The South American Walnut of the Horizon E88 yacht’s interiors blends beautifully with the neutral soft goods and pops of deep turquoise, orange, as well as coral red. The exterior fabrics are also a fun and colorful combination of blue, turquoise, as well as green. The generous salon boasts a custom-designed sofa that can comfortably host up to 11 guests, and the dining table can be expanded via a leaf to accommodate 8 guests. A fully-equipped galley, positioned between the dining area and forward country kitchen, offers flexible serving options for either area, and also has plenty of storage for cooking and serving ware.

Horizon E88 Skylounge Yacht
Horizon E88 Skylounge Yacht

Below deck, accommodation is divided into four en-suite guest staterooms, including a full-beam King master cabin midship, Queen VIP cabin forward, as well as two bunk cabins to port and starboard. The master cabin has been personalized to the owner’s needs, with two large walk-in closets, vanity, as well as plenty of storage options. The master head is fitted with dual basins and a spa-inspired shower, accented by amazing Pink Snow Rosa stone.

Horizon E88 Skylounge Yacht
Horizon E88 Skylounge Yacht

Crew quarters, including a captain’s cabin, bunk, as well as mess, can be found aft of the engines, accessible via the swim platform or the interior salon staircase.
Run with twin CAT C32 1900HP engines, the all-new Horizon E88 yacht is also fitted with zero speed stabilizers, bow and stern thrusters, Octoplex monitoring system, as well as a Jacuzzi on the flybridge, to name but a few.

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.

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