A first of its kind, Lynx Yachts has sold the first in its Crossover series, the Crossover 27.
Marketed as an intermediate model between an explorer and a support vessel, the Crossover 27 measures 27.4 metres with a 7.1 metre beam and 140GT. The yacht was only commissioned in February and it comes as no surprise to find it snapped up to quickly – it’s a one-of-a-kind vessel for the superyacht set.
Scheduled for delivery in 2022, the Crossover 27 has a focus on accommodating family space, having been designed to meet the needs of a keen water-sports owner with plenty of space for onboard toys, plus plenty of living space for guests.
The yacht was designed by Bernd Weel Design with Diana Yacht design responsible for the development of the naval structure, while the interior design was penned by Darnet 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 features a beach platform, a spacious master cabin and two guest cabins, and a show-stopping large saloon with direct access to the main deck, which measures 70 square metres. The deck opens up into a comfortable lounge space when all toys are offloaded, and lends itself nicely for both entertaining or quiet relaxation.
The sundeck on this original yacht is equipped with a crane and will house two Yamaha Wave runners and two jet ski stand-ups. The main deck, meanwhile, will house an Air Nautique 21 and a five-metre RIB.
The Crossover series combines the large and comfortable spaces of a yacht such as the Adventure 29 and the special features of a shadow vessel like the YXT 24 Evolution. It’s an exciting launch from Lynx Yachts, and the first of many in its series of new-wave boats.
For further information on the Crossover 27 and to keep up to date on the new releases in the series, visit www.lynxyachts.com