Due for delivery in 2022, the yacht will feature a steel hull and superstructure, 7.1 metre beam and 140GT. Naval architecture has been penned by Diana Yacht Design while exterior design comes courtesy of Bernd Weel Design.
Lynx Yachts said the new series was a response to a “growing market demand” for a yacht combining the capabilities of an explorer and support vessel. It described the new series as sporting the large spaces of its Adventure 29 yacht as well as the shadow vessel features of the YXT 24 Evolution.
Designed for a “sporty owner”, the Crossover yacht is equipped to carry numerous toys and tenders, with water sports equipment such as SUPs, surfboards, canoes and scuba diving equipment stored in a toy storage area. Elsewhere, the sundeck will feature a crane, two Yamaha Wave runners and two Jetskis. An Air Nautique 21 tender and five metre RIB meanwhile will be stored on the main deck.
The interior, which has been designed by Franck Darnet Design, will feature guest accommodation for six across a master cabin and two double guest cabins. The crew accommodation of two double cabins meanwhile allows for a staff of four.
The main interior feature is the main deck saloon, which is illuminated by natural light thanks to large windows. The 70 square metre main deck meanwhile becomes a spacious entertainment area once the toys have been launched. Lynx added that new models will be added to the new Crossover series.
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