New Horizon L

New Horizon L

About New Horizon L

In the early eighties, the radical restyling of windows and innovative positioning of the tenders were among the most notable changes introduced by the Feadship-Bannenberg alliance. The exceptional results of this cooperation between Frits de Voogt and yacht designer Jon Bannenberg are a testament to its success and include My Gail II in 1981, New Horizon L, Azteca and Paraiso in 1983, Cedar Sea II and The Highlander in 1986; and Siran in 1992.


General info
  • Launch name New Horizon L
  • Current name White Cloud
  • Previous names New Horizon L
  • Year 1983
  • Length 59.95m / 197'0"
  • Beam 9.70m / 31'10"
  • Draught 3.00m / 9'10"
  • Speed 18 knots

  • Fuel Capacity 140,300 litres / 37,055 US gallons
  • Water Capacity 42,000 litres / 11,090 US gallons

  • Naval Architect De Voogt Naval Architects
  • Exterior Design De Voogt Naval Architects
  • Interior Design Luigi Sturchio

  • Main Engines 2x MTU Marine diesel model 12V TB62, 3000 bhp at 1100 rpm each

  • Guests 10