This 26.3 metre semi-displacement yacht was built in GRP at the yard’s Taiwan facility and is due to be delivered to her owner before the end of the month.
Accommodation on this tri-deck motor yacht is for eight guests, split between four en-suite cabins, including two doubles, a twin cabin, and an amidships full-beam owner's cabin, complete with walk-in wardrobe. Meanwhile, the crew quarters allows for a staff of two.
The main deck features an al fresco dining area, which leads into the saloon, with casual seating and a circular card table. The country kitchen style galley is further forward with an adjacent breakfast bar and day heads opposite.
However, it is the upper deck that is the real star of the show, with an open aft deck that can be used as a tender garage as well as an enclosed skylounge with bar area, informal seating and a second day heads.
Exterior relaxation options include the foredeck seating area and the built-in swim platform, complete with removable swim ladder and transom shower.
As the image above shows, the new model sports the same exterior design as the first hull, with the addition of a blue sheerline stripe.
Power comes from a pair of 750hp John Deere 6135 engines, while the total fuel capacity of 11,356 litres should ensure a decent cruising range and the Trac fin stabiliser system makes for a smooth cruising experience.
Other projects currently under development at Outer Reef Yachts include the 29.8 metre Trident 3000 and the 32.3 metre Trident 3200 series.