Italy-based Agon Studio has unveiled the concept of its new 70-meter-long megayacht Horus.

Inspired by the sports cars and J-class sailing yachts of the 1960s, Horus also prioritizes the theme of privacy. Thus, you can feel like you are at home while on board.

Accommodate Large Groups

Thanks to the louvered design of the cabins, which are adorned with floor-to-ceiling glass, you can benefit from natural light and the view outside at any time; you can prefer a dimmer or darker environment if you prefer. With one master, four VIP and two guest cabins, the megayacht is ideal for large groups.

Horus’ master stateroom is located aft of the upper deck and is one of the most unique spaces in the design. The 100-square-meter space includes a double balcony, a private office, a large Jacuzzi and a 3.5 by 10-meter aft window. Thanks to this large window, you can also enjoy the view from here.

For the interior design, the studio has chosen to use natural materials reminiscent of a luxury country house. Following this concept, Agon completed the yacht’s architecture with vaulted ceilings, resin floors and a soft-toned color palette.

Mexican Inspiration on a Megayacht

The columns used in the main hall are inspired by the ‘haciendas’ used to represent large estates in Mexico. The second lounge on the upper deck overlooks the foredeck and is rich in natural light. Moving aft, you find another lounge with built-in sofas and a large television.

An unexpected entertainment area, the bridge deck is designed as a large, multifunctional outdoor space with a transparent glass walkway and circular sofa with fire pit. Other entertainment highlights are the private gym and wellness areas on the lower deck, as well as the tender garage, which can accommodate two eight-meter tenders, jet skis and various water toys.

The bridge deck is designed as a spacious and functional living area with a glass walkway and a circular sofa. In the tender garage on the lower deck, there are jet skis, various water toys and two eight-meter tenders that will allow you to have fun moments.

Horus, powered by a hybrid propulsion system, can reach a top speed of 17 knots. If its speed is reduced to 12 knots, it is expected to have a range of 5,000 nautical miles.

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