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Motor Yacht AquaCat 80 - a Horizon Superyacht
24,7m motor yacht AquaCat 80 is an 81-foot economical cruising catamaran, built by the Taiwan-based yard, Horizon Yachts and launched in 2010. Featuring naval architecture by Mark Ellis, the AquaCat 80 superyacht is the shipyard´s second environmentally friendly model, providing great onboard comfort at sea.
Horizon two deck and a half luxury yacht AquaCat 80 offers comfortable accommodation in a master suite, situated on the main deck as well as two double guest cabins and two bunk cabins for children. Her bridge features a skylounge, which can be converted to an additional cabin. If desired, her sun deck can be also fitted with a spa.
The superyacht AquaCat 80 is run by twin CAT C18A 1136HP engines and boasts a beam of 8.3m (27´3´´), and a draught of 1.5m (4´11´´).
Horizon two deck and a half superyacht AquaCat 80 provides luxurious accommodation in a master suite, situated on the main deck as well as two double guest cabins and two bunk cabins for children. Her bridge features a skylounge, which can be converted to an additional cabin. If desired, her sun deck can be also fitted with a spa.
|Type/Year:||a Horizon Superyacht/2010
||Engines:||2xCAT C18A 1136HP diesels
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|Builder/Designer:||Mark Ellis, Horizon Yachts
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