The FD77 Skyline Debuts Down Under
NEWS | May 14, 2019
The FD77 Hull Two is not only the first Skyline version of the model, it is also the first FD77 to be delivered to Australia. Incorporating the same sought-after features that characterize the FD Series, such as large sections of floor-to-ceiling windows, an expansive 22’ 8 1/8” beam, and a striking exterior profile that presides atop Horizon's High Performance Piercing Bow (HPPB) hull design, the compact FD77 has been purposely designed for owner operation.
Fitted with numerous owner-inspired amenities, the FD77 Skyline offers four staterooms, including an on-deck master suite – a unique addition to a yacht of this size. The spacious master features large windows that bring copious natural light into the interior, a large en suite, and a seating area with a sofa and built-in vanity with drawers. Three additional guest staterooms are found below deck – one VIP cabin at the bow, one large guest cabin amidships, and a twin cabin. The extended main salon features a bright and contemporary décor with stylish furniture and functional amenities, such as the innovative convertible dining table that can easily folds up into a breakfast bar. The galley can be separated from the salon via privacy doors and a Hi/Lo island partition.
On the upper deck, the enclosed skylounge features a dayhead and a relaxed dinette area with low coffee tables. Doors to port and starboard provide access to the walkaround side decks. The incorporation of a walkaround design on the bridge deck brings tremendous flexibility to the enclosed skylounge, aft boat deck, and forward entertaining area, and allows guests to transition between the spaces with ease. Aft, the boat deck is designed for entertainment and offers a bar alongside the inviting Jacuzzi and grill area just beyond the skylounge.
Another impressive feature for a 77ft yacht, the FD77 Skyline showcases an innovative beach club, which accesses the Hi/Lo swim platform. This functional area is an inviting space for enjoying cocktail hour, soaking up the sun, or simply relaxing on the water.