WILD DUCK Horizon Yachts
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Launched in 2019, WILD DUCK is the fifth hull is the RP110 series by Horizon Yachts. She was designed by Donald Blount in collaboration with Luca Dini. The interior was created by JC Espinosa, who also designed four well-appointed cabins to accommodate eight guests.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF WILD DUCK: ~ 150-bottle wine storage unit ~ Great stability and seakeeping capabilities ~ Wi-fi ~ Airconditioning
Her exterior features a sleek profile with double-chine hull for the elegant look and excellent performance.
WILD DUCK Specifications
|Max Speed:||21 knots|
|Engines:||2 x CAT C32A 1900HP diese|
|Cruise Speed:||18 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||LUCA DINI Design & Architecture, Donald L Blount, Don Blount|
|Locations:||Sardinia, THE INDIAN OCEAN, Norway, Maldives, Antibes, Madagascar, San Francisco , Luxury Yachts At Events|
The interior is characterised as welcoming and casually sophisticated. Located on the main deck, the salon hosts wing-shaped pillars that mask the stairs aft and create an attractive focal point for the portside bar area. A very special feature of the yacht is the 150-bottle wine storage in the salon.
She can reach a top speed of 21 knots and cruises at 18 knots.
Flexible accommodation layout includes four cabins for up to eight guests.
Amenities and Extras
We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 33.53m (110´) yacht WILD DUCK, so please enquire for more information.
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"My passion for boats moved me away from architecture. from the beginning I always thought yacht design as a part of architecture, but after seeing in 1982 the m.y. nabila anchored in the port city livorno italy, it instantly sparked that passion. From that day forth, it became my mission to become a yacht designer." - Luca Dini