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Horizon's MUSES, Lady Gaga and E54 to attend 2012 Hainan Rendezvous

by Vincee Wu on 28 Feb 2012
Horizon RP120 MUSES. Horizon Yachts www.horizonyacht.com
Horizon will be taking three luxury yachts to the Hainan Rendezvous, held from April 5-8, 2012: RP120 MUSES, CC110 Lady Gaga, and a new E54.

According to the rendezvous organizer, the RP120 MUSES and CC110 Lady Gaga are among the top five largest megayachts attending.

The Hainan Rendezvous is the ultimate luxury lifestyle show in the Chinese Riviera Hainan. During the 4-day event, Horizon will host a series of activities, including invitation-only parties on Lady Gaga and sea trials on the E54.



Detailed tours of MUSES will also be offered, as the RP120 has been selected as a finalist in the '2012 World Superyacht Awards' and is currently the largest new megayacht on the Chinese yacht market.

John Lu, the CEO of Horizon Group, states, 'Horizon’s presence at the event is a further investment of product in the Chinese market, and we will make a dedicated effort to not only raise brand awareness but also establish a closer relationship with our potential clients in China.'

Horizon’s new office in Hainan is expected to be finished before the start of the rendezvous. The office will serve as a sales and support center for clients in the Chinese market.



Founded in 1987, Horizon is one of the world’s top 10 luxury motoryacht builders. Popular models ranging from 52 to 163 feet includes motoryachts, catamarans, expedition yachts, sportfishing yachts and solar-powered boats.

More at www.horizonyacht.com

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