Breedenman Yachts unveils 24m MTB Eightzero Flybridge concept

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Breedendam Yachts unveils 24m MTB Eightzero Flybridge concept

7 July 2022• Written by Holly Overton

Dutch builder Breedendam Yachts has revealed designs for a 24 metre MTB Eightzero Flybridge, which serves as the bigger sibling of the Sixzero Flybridge model introduced last year.

The series has been designed by Guido de Groot with naval architecture by Studio Delta and takes its inspiration from classic British Motor Torpedo boats from the 1920s. The MTB Eightzero Flybridge includes a multifunctional aft deck that offers storage for a tender and Jetski and doubles as a sun lounge once the toys and tenders are launched. 

According to the builder, close attention has been paid to the flow between indoor and outdoor spaces throughout the vessel. The large cockpit area on the main deck can be completely closed off to become part of the saloon when the doors are open. Alternatively, the area can be kept completely open so those seated in the saloon are part of the action on the aft deck.

The interior can be fully customised to the owner’s wishes with a number of choices when it comes to layout and styling. The standard layout features a full-beam master suite amidships with two additional guest cabins and a crew area forward. The MTB Eightzero Flybridge will be available with hybrid drivetrains and the hotel load will be partly provided by a fuel cell. 

“The MTB Eightzero Flybridge is a yacht designed for connoisseurs seeking something fresh, distinctive and yet completely timeless,” said designer Guido de Groot. “A Breedendam is not intended to be a fashion statement in the way one sees with many new motor yachts today. Our goal is to offer clients iconic shapes that set their boat apart from anything else in the marina, now and far into the future. We look forward to working together with owners who know exactly what they like and how to apply that to their bespoke Breedendam.”