Alexander Marine are pleased to have SOLD this 2001 Horizon E62.
Note she was originally constructed to Det Norske Veritas (DNV) survey standards in USL 1B + 2C classes hence the quality of her build and systems is first class.
Spaciousness and solid construction characterized the Horizon E62; her sleek exterior profile was ahead of her time and was complemented by a timeless handcrafted interior giving this motor yacht many of the same refinements normally found on larger yachts. Her proven hull design provided comforting handling and sea-keeping abilities.
Boarding the vessel was made easy by stepping onto her wide teak-laid swim platform complete with a study transom rail system to keep everybody safe. Curved teak steps to starboard led up into the spacious teak-laid cockpit. The aft deck was equipped with a fixed upholstered bench seat across the transom and a height-adjustable hardwearing GRP table. Entry to the saloon was via a curved stainless steel framed sliding glass door, which nicely connected the cockpit to the spacious saloon area. Once inside the saloon were leather lounges and two handcrafted timber gloss coffee tables to port, whilst the starboard side featured two club-style tub chairs with storage behind. In the starboard aft corner of the saloon was a built-in TV entertainment cabinet and also the ship's electrical switchboard which was disguised behind concealed tinted glass doors. The large fixed glass saloon windows, together with the large sliding glass door, provided a bright and open feeling in the saloon which was complemented with the use of lots of light tones including light ash high gloss timber veneers, light-coloured quality leather upholstery, and finally a pleasant and hard-wearing timber floor finish throughout this area. The saloon area was equipped with new air-conditioning equipment, and likewise, the rest of the boat including the accommodation was separately air-conditioned.
Two steps up from the saloon were the primary lower helm station, which also featured the galley positioned to starboard up on this level. There was a lot to be said for the chef being able to remain part of the conversation with everyone onboard which this layout achieved! The galley was equipped with everything you needed: Siemens oven, cooktop and integrated upright fridge/freezer. The galley countertops were black granite.
Her helm station was extremely well laid out with a superb array of updated touch screen electronics and monitoring systems. Vision from this downstairs all-weather climate-controlled helm was excellent and the helm chair, custom-built by the factory, was super comfortable! This motor yacht was a breeze to maneuver being equipped with bow and stern thrusters - in close quarters her cockpit docking station (featuring engine & thruster controls) allowed for great visibility aft and quick access to the side decks. Exterior deck surfaces were all teak-laid. Up on the bow some handy storage lockers had been integrated into the foredeck raised cabin to both port & starboard for stowing deck gear. The foredeck also featured a sun pad for sun lovers to enjoy... !
Accommodation on-board this E62 was a three-cabin layout arrangement. The full-beam master stateroom was located amidships at the aft end of the lower deck companionway. Her VIP stateroom was located in the forepeak and a crew or kids room with twin bunks was located on the port side. Each cabin had its own TV and air-conditioning system. The cabins featured lots of opening portholes for natural light and ventilation should that be the preference. Lighting generally was a big feature on this vessel including back-lit cabinets, ambient LED courtesy lights throughout the boat, automatic lights inside just about every locker door, and multiple dimmer controls to provide intensity for every mood. The three cabins shared two bathrooms that each featured enclosed shower stalls and granite benchtops. The accommodation fit-out was truly stunning.
Back on the aft deck, guests would likely be drawn up to the flybridge via a teak-laid flowing stairway. The flybridge itself was an expansive teak-laid area that was certainly big enough to hold a party! The large hardtop provided excellent weather protection. The flybridge helm station was located forward on the centreline with all the features for safe and enjoyable coastal cruising. For all-seasons boating the flybridge was fitted with clears to three sides, and when required, a canvas camper cover enclosed the back of this space - in bad weather or for when the boat is not in use. To keep guests well fed and hydrated the flybridge featured a wet bar complete with BBQ and fridge. Guests would enjoy the large circular lounge settee and hardwearing GRP table for those evening cocktails at the end of the day... !
To permit extended cruising activities this E62 was equipped with a Stella Watermaker, and also featured a clothes washer and dryer. The lazerette, as positioned under the cockpit sole, was huge and a great space in which to store all the necessary cruising essentials - from spare parts, fishing gear, exercise equipment and I need we say the all-important bulk supply of refreshments!
She was powered by low hour powerful 1180hp MAN's which had recently been serviced. Your power requirements when away from the dock were via her low hour Onan Genset.
As for a tender she was complete with a Swift RIB powered by a bulletproof 15hp Yamaha when it was time for a walk on the beach. The vessel had a wide selection of weather covers to keep her in great shape when not in use.
Disclaimer: All specifications in this presentation are provided for information only and particulars herein are obtained from sources believed to be correct, but not guaranteed.