This 2003 Horizon 62 has the spaciousness and solid construction that will rivals that of much larger motor yachts. By using SCRIMP infusion technology Visions yachts have formed a light, stiff and very fair hull. She is powered by the reliable Caterpillar C-18 diesel at 1000HP each side, with digital telemetry for each engine, including burn and historical data, to hand on the displays at lower and fly-bridge helms. A superb engine room houses these superb blocks and she benefits from a third control station on her aft port cockpit pillar, with throttle controls and bow and stern thrusters which make berthing easy.
“Isonda” has a four cabin/four heads layout – with a full-beam master cabin lying midships, VIP forward double cabin, Guest cabin with extra-large single bunk beds. The aft cabin can be used as crew space if desired and has 3 berths with head/shower, which is easily accessed via the bathing platform door and gives direct access to the machinery space.
The relaxed lounge area of the saloon has plenty of natural light flowing through. You have large C shaped cream leather sofa to port, and a Flat screen TV concealed in her cabinetry to starboard. Moving forward you have a fully-fitted galley to starboard complete with; Oven, Hob, huge fridge, and sink. To port you have more space to prepare drinks which includes another fridge. The helm is located to port and seat two people comfortably.
Her fly-bridge moulding overhangs the side decks to keep the sun off her windows and teak-laid decks, and also shades the aft cockpit – which has moulded stairs up to the fly-bridge, and a large round dining table with a seating area. The fly-bridge has a central forward helm console, plenty of seating and storage, with the regulation wet-bar and a Besenzoni dinghy crane fixed aft for launch and recovery of the Avon tender.
This is a very competent family cruising motor yacht that provides a very soft riding hull, complimented by the Trac stabilizing system, from one of the world’s leading semi-custom yachts builders – She must be considered when searching for a reliable, safe and seaworthy vessel.