2014 Horizon 110' RP 110 "ANDREA VI"

Horizon For Sale

110' Horizon 2014 "ANDREA VI"


ANDREA VI, delivered in 2014, is a beautiful representation of the successful RP raised pilothouse series. Exterior design by the renowned J.C. Espinosa, her interior design by Marty Lowe offers an open and light feel throughout. Her accommodations offer four well-appointed staterooms sleeping eight guests. ANDREA VI is being offered to the market for the first time. Her present owner had her built with no expense spared.

Atlantic Yacht & Ship, Inc. is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Worth Avenue Yachts. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel

Full Details

ANDREA VI, delivered in 2014, is a beautiful representation of the successful RP raised pilothouse series. Exterior design by the renowned J.C. Espinosa, her interior design by Marty Lowe offers an open and light feel throughout. Her accommodations offer 4 well-appointed staterooms sleeping 8 guests. ANDREA VI is being offered to the market for the first time. Her present owner had her built with no expense spared. 

Key Features

• Marty Lowe interior

• Naval architecture by Donald Blount and Associates

• Design by JC Espinosa

• 25’ Beam with full walk around

• Upgraded Caterpillar C32 1,900 HP engines

• Both main engine aftercoolers replaced as per Caterpillar schedule (Jan 2020)

• Scrimp infused cored lamination

• Air-conditioned flybridge

• Double chine hull for ride stability

• Whitewashed oak flooring and cabinets


Marty Lowe, with the input of the knowledgeable and experienced owner, found the perfect balance of open and light interior giving the boat the feel of a Nantucket Beach house! One arrives onto the aft deck by entering on the oversized swim platform and coming to the aft deck steps on either side of the transom. One can also reach the aft deck from the passerelle. Once on the aft deck, one will find a spacious layout with a large built-in oval settee with additional seating making for the perfect place to congregate for a drink or to enjoy the activities in the water. In this area, one will find an aft helm station, BBQ, and spiral built-in stairs to the upper deck. Moving forward through large, curved glass sliding doors one enters the openness of the main salon and dining area with large windows giving a light and airy feeling. There are sun shades and blackout window treatments. To port one will find a full bar, perfect for servicing the main salon or aft deck. The main salon has settee seating to port and forward with lounge chairs aft and to starboard of the center cocktail table. Forward of the main salon seating area, one will find a beautiful white marble dining table with seating for eight.

Forward to port is the well-thought-out service pantry and entry to the galley. The galley is larger and found with state-of-the-art appliances. The galley is a country kitchen style with settee seating and a table for 8, which proves a great spot for breakfast, snacks or to meet up with the chef to discuss the daily menu. As one goes forward of the galley one will find a set of steps to the VIP cabin. The VIP is a full-beam cabin with a queen berth, large bath, ample storage, and hanging closets. Going aft to starboard from the galley one will find a well-appointed dayhead, formal entry door, and the stairwell down to the lower guest accommodations. Once down the stairs to the lower accommodations, one lands in the guest foyer. From this point, one can go forward to the two VIP cabins with queen berths, large bathrooms, ample storage, and closets. Going aft from the guest foyer one will reach a pair of double doors with access to the Master Stateroom. The Master is a full-beam cabin with a king berth and huge full beam his and her bathroom with a large walkthrough shower separating them. The master offers ample storage, a chest of drawers to starboard, and a seating area to port. The master has two large wardrobes. 

Back on the main deck, one can reach the Pilothouse up a set of steps. Once in the pilothouse, one will find state-of-the-art Navionics. There is an elevated settee with a table with 270-degree views. Also found here is a center helm seat, with an additional guest seat to starboard. Ample workspace and storage are found within the pilothouse as well. 

From the Pilothouse, one can reach the flybridge where one will find a helm station to starboard. Aft of the helm is a fully functioning service area with grill, refrigeration, icemaker, wine cooler, and sink with countertop large enough for a buffet.  There is also a top-up TV easily viewed from the large built-in settee and seating to port. The area has a large table perfect for dining. Further aft one will find a center mast with a dayhead built within. From the forward windscreen to the mast can be enclosed with air conditioning or open to the natural elements.

Aft of the mast one will find a 2017 14' Novurania inflatable with 70hp outboard athwartships. When the tender is removed this area is used for lounging with chairs and tables. This area is shaded by sail-type awnings. To port, just ahead of the tender, one has access to the main aft deck by taking the stairs down. The main deck has a large covered walkaround side deck not often found on a vessel of this size. Going forward on the main deck one will reach the bow area where one will find a large raised curved seating area with a table and large sun pads. Beneath the sun pad with access from the deck on either side one will find a large bosun's locker. The decks are teak with a light decking seam.

Entering the crew quarters from the transom one will find 3 crew cabins, the captain’s cabin is to port and two crew rooms with over/under berths are to starboard. Centerline forward is the entrance to the engine room. There is a set of washers and dryers found in this area.

Main Machinery

Main Engines

Engine Type: Caterpillar C32 1900 hp each

Engine Hours: Approximately 2,700 each (March 2021)

Both main engine aftercoolers replaced as per Caterpillar schedule (Jan 2020)

Both main engines had valve adjustments (Jan 2020)

Gearboxes for Main Engines: ZF 3055A 10 degree down angle 2.52:1 

Drive: Conventional shaft

Speed Consumption

Maximum: 22

Cruising: 18

Economical: 11

Range @ Economical speed 1,700 nm

Generators & Electricity

Output: 55 kw 208VAC 60Hz 3 Phase

Generators: Onan 55 kW

Generator Hours: Approximately 4,400 each (March 2021)

Both generator raw water pumps replaced (Nov 2018)

Asea frequency converter model AC36-3 36kVA

Shore Power: 4 Glendinning Cablemaster x 100 amp

Shore power available on both bow and stern


Main Engine Starting: 4 x Mastervolt AGM 225 AH

Generator Starting: 4 x Mastervolt AGM 225 AH

New generator and main engine batteries installed (Nov 2019)

Emergency: 2 x Mastervolt AGM 225 AH

Air Conditioning:

Type: Marine Air chilled water 7.5 tons 3-stage MCGV270 SRCN

Other Machinery

Watermakers: Sea Recovery 1,400 GPD

Trim Tabs/Stabilizers: Trac Digital 370 with 16 square ft fins 

Bow Thruster: Trac ABT 55 HP hydraulic

Stern Thruster: Trac ABT 55 HP hydraulic

Steering System: Kobelt 7085-B-12 

Primary Fuel Separator: Racor 1000 triple 

Secondary Fuel Separator: Cataallar

Fuel Filtration: Reverso fuel polishing system 

Sewage System: Hamann Super Mini Plus

Fresh Water System: Headhunter Mach V and Gianneschi 24V backup 

Lube Oil Capacity Airtex aluminum tank 10 gallons

Waste Oil Capacity Airtex aluminum tank 10 gallons

Two sets of washers and dryers, one in guest foyer and one in crew area

Communication and Navigation Equipment


SATcom: KVH V3

Telephone System: Panasonic 

VHF: 2 ICOM M-506

Cellular Phone System: None – There is a KVH LTE system w/data only 

Intercom: Panasonic


Radars: 4’ Furuno DRS6A+XN12A and 6’ Furuno DRS12A+XN13A/6 

Compass: Satellite Furuno SC 33

Magnetic Compass: Richie

AutoPilot: Simrad AP70 MKII with 3 FY 80 Jog levers 

Depth Sounder: Furuno DFF1

GPS: Furuno NAVNET and Garmin integrated system

Ships Computer: 1 x Nav PC plus KEP Marine MPC64550 plus 2 x Nav PC Lenovo Think Center M910S

Wind/Speed Log: 2 x Furuno RD 33

Galley and Laundry Equipment

Main Galley Equipment

Cooking Equipment: Miele cooktop KM5860, Miele oven H4884BP 

Refrigeration/Freezer: Sub Zero 736 TCI Refrigerator, Sub Zero freezer drawer 700BF 

Dishwasher: 2 x Bosch SKE9ER55 UC

Crew Galley/Mess Equipment 

Refrigeration/Freezer: Summit EF 115 2 55

Additional Galley Equipment

Cooking Equipment: Miele oven under microwave H4684B 

Refrigeration/Freezer: 2 Sub Zero drawer refrigeration 736TCI

Laundry Equipment

2 x Miele washer W3035SS

2 x Miele dryer T8005SS

Set of washer and dryers found in guest foyer and crew area

Deck Equipment

Anchor Windlass: 2 x Maxwell hydraulic (port side) VWC 4500 Maxwell electric (stbd) VWC 4500 

Aft Warping Capstans: 2 x Maxwell VC 3500 24VDC

Anchors: 2 x Artex SS 150 KG

Anchor Chain: 2 x ACCO ½” HT 300 FT

Boat Crane and Davits: Nautical Structures 2500 LB 

Passerelle: Besenzoni

Swimming Platform: Fixed

Safety, Security, and Firefighting Equipment

CCTV System: 6 x Bosch cameras

Monitors: Sea VU 19” x 5 in pilothouse, Sea VU 17” x 2 on flybridge 

Fire Control System: Sea Fire H – Series FM200

Alarms: Maretron

Life Rafts: 2 x Winslow 801506R Life Rings: 3 x Jim Buoy 6WX-24 

EPIRBS: 2 x 406 Mhz

Medical Equipment: First aid, AED, Oxygen

Tenders and Toys

Tenders: 2017 14' Novurania inflatable with 70hp outboard

Dive Gear: Brownie’s compressor YP25DF-M


Owner’s personal effects and artwork. A full inventory of exclusions to be provided at time of fully executed Purchase Agreement.

Broker Comments

ANDREA VI is the flagship of the RP 110 series by Horizon. Her current and only owner has operated her from inception with an open checkbook policy and it shows from bow to stern. She is current in all services and is a pleasure to show.


The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.