BY APB STAFF on 21 Oct 2021

Ocean Lily is designed for entertaining large groups up to 20 people, complete with karaoke room and smoke machines

Karaoke room

Taiwan’s Horizon Yachts has delivered a new FD75 model called Ocean Lily to a Taiwanese owner based in Singapore. Ocean Lily has been highly customised for entertaining large groups, upon the owner’s request, giving it one of the most unique layouts seen on an FD Series yacht to date.

The high-volume FD75 is from the brand’s Fast Displacement Series. In September, Horizon announced the launch and delivery of a new FD90 Skyline called Tyee to an owner in Southeast Asia.

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Sistership – FD75 Hull 2

The concept behind Ocean Lily is to host groups of up to 20 people. The owner had the aft deck fitted with an expansive table seating 12 for both meetings and dining. Within fully opening sliding glass doors, the spacious main salon features dual oversized sofas, while a galley is situated forward with a dayhead to port.

The flybridge has a DJ booth setup and disco lights

Forward, the space that normally holds the full-beam, on-deck master stateroom has been designed as a karaoke room with disco lighting. A custom oversized sofa dominates the space, while the sofa and convertible coffee tables transform into beds to sleep four guests.

On the expansive flybridge, the owner requested a DJ booth setup and smoke machines as well as disco lighting. All of the furniture on the decks is freestanding and multifunctional so as to accommodate a variety of activities. A total of five hotpot stations have been installed on both the main and boat decks aft and a dumbwaiter facilitates service between the galley and the flybridge.



On the lower deck, three additional staterooms have been configured to sleep multiple guests, while aft of the engine room housing the twin MAN V8 diesel engines of 1,200hp each, a crew cabin and mess is positioned at the stern.

Ocean Lily will be berthed at Singapore’s One¬∞15 Marina in Sentosa Cove.