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Horizon launches the second superyacht for China- Horizon RP120 MUSES

by Vincee Wu on 7 Dec 2011
Muses from Horizon Horizon Yachts www.horizonyacht.com
Horizon is pleased to announce the new Horizon RP120 'MUSES' – the second superyacht above 100ft that Horizon has sold to China this year, has recently launched following a successful sea trial in Kaohsiung Taiwan.

MUSES is the third Horizon RP120 masterpiece to grace the open waters and she makes her debut as the leader of brand-new superyachts in Mainland China.

Featuring an exterior design by world-renowned American yacht designer JC Espinosa, the brand-new RP120 MUSES inherits the stunning quality and sleek styling of her previous two sister ships. However, her 26ft-2in wide streamlined hull is not just for show - MUSES includes DNV certifications on both structural safety and stability, and her low resistance hull is designed to optimize performance when underway.

MUSES is a raised pilothouse model with an open bridge and comfortably accommodates 10 guests and five crew. Powered with MTU 1350 turbo diesel engines, MUSES reaches a top speed of 16 knots and also features zero-speed stabilizers, bow/stern thrusters, and custom AV and navigation systems.



MUSES is the first yacht for her new owner, who named the 120-foot Horizon to reflect the elegance found in her sleek exterior and stylish grey hull. With the outstanding quality, craftsmanship, advanced technology and reliable after-sales service, Horizon won the client’s trust.

The brand new Horizon RP120 'MUSES' will be shipped to her new owner in China very soon.

More at www.horizonyacht.com

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