Horizon Power Catamarans Showing Award Winning Pc52 & Pc60 At Yachts Miami Beach 2016

PC52 Exterior

 

Jan 26, 2016

Horizon Power Catamarans will be displaying the PC60 and PC52 at newly named Yachts Miami Beach Boat Show, February 11-15, 2016.

Horizon Power Catamarans will be attending the Yachts Miami Beach boat show, formerly the Miami Yacht and Brokerage Show, February 11 – February 15, 2016. On display and open for public viewing will be the award winning PC60 and PC52 power catamarans docked at ramp 6, slips 1227-1229. 

The Horizon PC52 power catamaran was named AIM Media Group’s Editor’s Choice for Best Multihull over 50ft at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2014. She is a high quality 52 foot ocean going luxury power catamaran yacht, custom built to each clients’ requests. She was designed with inspiration from her popular and highly successful big sister, the PC60 power catamaran. 

The PC52 won the AIM MEDIA GROUP EDITORS CHOICE AWARD for Best Multihull over 50 Ft. The Judges said “Wow! You need to get on this boat to believe it. The quality. The efficiency. And the engineering have not only created a class winner multi-hull, but a class winner motor yacht.” 

PC60 Exterior

PC60 Exterior

The PC60 Power Catamaran is a custom built, luxurious blue water cruising yacht, specifically designed, engineered and built to meet the demands of the most demanding yacht owner. She is available in both Open Flybridge and Skylounge configurations, beautifully designed and crafted. The PC60 series comfortably accommodates six guests in three cabins. 

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