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It was designer Cor D. Rover who introduced the owners to Horizon and the FD Series, and worked alongside them as they customised their design. Designed to accommodate ten guests in five spacious cabins, including a full-beam master suite on deck, To-Kalon boasts an elegant profile that belies its impressive interior volume, one of the hallmarks of the FD series.The most significant layout change required by the owners was a semi-closed flybridge with sliding windows that allows most of the upper deck to function as an indoor/outdoor space. Just a stern of the fully closed pilot-house is a U-shaped seating area in front of a full bar with stools. The aft deck area features an extensible dining table for up to 12 people, a barbecue and a hot tub for six with a bar counter. This portion of the bridge is easily shaded by a retractable electric curtain.During the construction process, the owners went to Taiwan’s Horizon shipyard to select the equipment and work with Horizon’s internal design team on furniture features. Oak woods and light tones are prominent throughout the main and upper deck, while beech and maple wood complement the guest areas of the lower deck and crew quarters.To-Kalon will arrive in Fort Lauderdale in June 2020 and make its debut at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2020 in late October.
May 2020 © Mediterranean Yachting Magazine
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