One of the many highlights of the new RP120 the spacious flybridge is well planned as a multi-functional entertainment area. Forward, an air-conditioned lounge area includes a bar, dinette and TV and can be enclosed from the elements. The electric soft top can be partially opened to further integrate this area with the sea and sky. The aft area, designed with frameless windscreens for unobstructed visibility, houses a Jacuzzi, chaise lounges and a BBQ. A telescopic crane to port can launch and retrieve personal watercraft or tender of your choice.
The deck areas have been maximized on this RP120 for entertaining guests and relaxing. A U-shaped dinette and sunpad area in the bow provides a private space that can be sheltered with a bimini top. Hidden windlasses make for a safer and roomier forward deck. On the aft deck, a Besenzoni hydraulic gangway safely transfers guests from ship to shore. A hydraulic hi-lo swim platform and an enlarged tender garage invites sea exploration.
Famed Italian interior designer Luca Dini created a contemporary and elegant interior atmosphere for this new Horizon RP120. While there is a strong European influence, her styling also emphasizes comfort and usability. The customized design details aim to complement the open layout that takes advantage of the spacious beam. Dini chose to utilize breeze oak as the RP120’s main wood throughout. This light, neutral gray-toned wood with its textured surface brings to mind a modern beach house surrounded by sand and sea and inspires a sense of lightness and tranquility throughout the yacht.
The pilothouse is finished in complementing light and dark color oak wood. It features a panoramic dashboard displaying all systems and controls to manage and monitor this RP120’s stellar features, such as the Boening monitoring system, Raymarine navigation, satellite TV systems and Wi-Fi wireless network environments. A stepped overhead provides additional headroom in this space, which also offers an L-shaped seating area for owners and guests who wish to observe the action while underway.
From the dining room, a starboard-side passageway leads forward through the main-deck foyer and beyond to the on-deck master. Here, a split-level design wows with breathtaking views and plenty of light flowing in from the upper level. A King-sized bed, mirror-embedded LCD TV, along with soft furnishings and accessories in green and metallic tones, lend a contemporary elegance to the bedroom. On the lower level, the master en suite head features a striking emerald green marble for the floor and walls and is fitted with two sinks, Jacuzzi, shower and separate water closet.
On the lower deck, the crew area is situated aft of the engine room, while four en suite guest cabins are found forward. Mirrored VIP staterooms, respectively outfitted in blue and green décor themes, feature frosted glass sliding doors that open to the en suite’s sink and mirror creating an additional feeling of spaciousness. Mirrored twin staterooms respectively outfitted in brown and purple décor themes are situated forward of the main staircase.
Highlighted by large windows that invite plenty of natural light, the main salon welcomes guests with a bar area in the aft foyer. This unique three-dimensional bar is set off by a custom overhead lighting installation comprised of small, oxidized metal pipes. A relaxing lounging area is situated just forward and is complemented by a 65” lifting TV and BOSE home theater system. A day head is conveniently located to port for ease of use from the aft deck.
Forward, the formal dining area, highlighted by a mirrored bulkhead wall with thin wood inlays, accommodates ten guests in a Zen-like atmosphere. Electric sliding doors to port and starboard are finished in exquisite detail, feature small wooden slabs on a lacquer surface that, when accented by artfully placed spotlights, yields a pleasant “chiaroscuro” effect. The built-in cabinets to port and starboard of the dining table feature marble panels, bring a lovely stone texture to this elegant area.
Forward to port, the fully-equipped galley features dual light and dark-toned counter surfaces, two refrigerators and freezers, and plenty of storage for provisions during a long voyage. A cabinet in the entryway is designed with a tambour door for additional storage and brings in natural light with a window. All appliances are standard 110V, which also complies with the United States, Canada and Japan.