Check out our latest HD video for 105′ Horizon Motoryacht MR. CAT, featuring a five-stateroom layout with on-deck master and large flybridge for entertaining. Recently serviced twin MTU 16V2000s only have 900 hours.
The Evan Marshall-designed interior of MR. CAT will impress the most discerning motor yacht enthusiast, especially after viewing the marble floors, spacious main salon with a fully stocked bar and dining table for 10.
Video Length: 4 min / 25 sec. See tour descriptions below.
Intro to 105 Horizon MR. CAT | :00
Designed by Tomasso Spadolini, the 105 Horizon raised pilothouse, semi-displacement MR. CAT was built in 2002. Her beam is 23’, and she draws 6’5”. She features a generously sized swim platform (with retractable swim ladder) with access via a set of stairs port and starboard to the main deck. Two jet ski garages are also accessible from the swim platform. Walk-around, teak side decks starboard and to port make it easy to navigate the vessel.
105 Horizon MR. CAT Flybridge | :49
Reach the large, teak-floored flybridge from the aft deck or raised pilothouse. Offering many areas for lounging and entertaining, this will be a popular gathering spot for guests on board. The area includes a tender storage with davit, two C-shaped settees, sunpads, two-person Jacuzzi and two teak tables. A full wet bar with three bar stools, Miele grill tops, stove top, ice-maker and refrigerator stands at the ready to serve. A fiberglass hardtop offers protection from the elements. The flybridge helm forward is outfitted with various Simrad gear and bow and stern thruster controls.
105 Horizon MR. CAT Main Deck Aft, Salon, Dining and Galley | 1:16
The large aft deck features a long bench settee along the transom with a table and four, non-fixed deck chairs. Starboard stairs lead up to the flybridge. Dramatic floor-to-ceiling sliding doors open to reveal a well-appointed, voluminous main salon. Custom interiors were designed by Evan K. Marshall and include quite a bit of marble throughout. A white, L-shaped, leather-wrapped couch and single armchair and footrest provide the perfect spots for relaxing indoors and watching the large flat screen television that raises from a bar cabinet. Surround sound speakers by Engle & Olufsen pipe your favorite sounds into the main salon. A bar with two barstools is situated starboard and is outfitted with U-line icemaker, sink and Engel refrigerator. Moving forward, ten guests can dine at the teak dining table. Note the ample, custom storage throughout the main salon. Access to the marble-flush galley is provided to port with a privacy door. Two refrigerators and freezers come in handy for longer stays on board. A day head (not shown) with marble countertops and marble flooring is located forward of the main salon, starboard.
105 Horizon MR. CAT Raised Pilothouse | 2:08
Access the raised pilothouse starboard or port or from the flybridge above. Captains will enjoy the two adjustable helm seats and the visibility. Ample companion seating will allow the captain some company on long runs.
105 Horizon MR. CAT Master Suite | 2:27
The spacious main deck master features a king bed, custom desk and chair, nice sized closets, love seat and pop-up television. Natural light pours in from an overhead skylight and large side windows. Steps lead down to an entirely private ensuite master head with its full-sized shower, separate hot tub, his-and-hers sinks and marble countertops. Marble floors are heated.
105 Horizon MR. CAT Guest Quarters | 2:52
Four staterooms are situated belowdecks. There is a VIP queen, another queen, and two twin cabins, all with televisions, ensuite facilities and Yamaha entertainment systems.
105 Horizon MR. CAT Crew Quarters | 3:40
A port berth with ensuite head sleeps two in bunks. The starboard berth (ensuite also) sleeps three with a single bunk and double berth. A fully outfitted crew galley settee seats six and the adjustable dining table converts to a berth if desired.
105 Horizon MR. CAT Engine Room | 3:56
Thanks to twin 1,826hp MTU engines—that have logged less than 1,000 hours—MR. CAT will cruise at 18 knots and achieve maximum speeds of 22 knots.