Dutch shipyard Lynx Yachts has begun production on the first hull in its Adventure 24 series. Built on-spec, the hull and superstructure are almost completed, with the interior currently being built separately. Delivery is scheduled for June 2024.
Conceived as a pocket superyacht, the model is the smallest in the series and, despite its robust profile, has its design rooted in the Mediterranean cruising scene.
The Adventure 24 features design by long-time collaborator Bernd Weel, who also worked on the YXT Evolution and Crossover series in collaboration with the shipyard. At 23.95 metres in length, the model sits just underneath the size restrictions imposed by French authorities that make it illegal to anchor in certain areas of the Riviera. The first unit will be built in a full-displacement steel hull and equipped with fin stabilisers for added stability.
Twin staircases lead up from the swim platform to the main deck aft where an al fresco dining area is found beneath the shade of the sundeck overhang. Above is another al fresco dining option that sits laterally across the deck, this time beneath the protection of a hardtop, with sofas that hug the forward bulwark and a sit-up bar nearby.
Tender operations are confined to the bow where a six-metre tender and two Jet Skis can be stored when underway, with a crane for launch and recovery. For owners who require more space for toys and tenders, the upper deck can be converted into a utility deck by sacrificing the hardtop.
The first unit's interior design will be courtesy of Julian Moore, with preliminary renderings of the main saloon revealing a neutral colour palette, wide windows and L-shaped sofa seating. The layout is left to the imagination of each individual owner with the option of extending the superstructure to allow for a more formal dining setting in the main saloon. This unit will be built with the series' standard accommodation, which offers a four-cabin layout with twin VIP cabins and two guest cabins. Those who prefer a full-beam owner’s suite, however, have the option of a three-cabin arrangement.
Powered by twin Cummins engines, the unit will have a maximum speed of 11.7 knots and a cruising speed of 10.4 knots. With a draft of 1.9 metres, it will also be able to navigate shallow bays and anchorages with ease.
The Adventure 24 is offered for sale with Christie Yachts and is asking €4,995,000.Read More/Lynx Yachts appoints Christie Yachts as new construction dealer