Dutch shipyard Lynx Yachts has announced the sale of its 27.3-metre (89-foot) YXT 24 Evolution superyacht support vessel, which has been customised to meet her owner’s requirements.
Bernd Wheel Design is responsible for her exterior design, while the interior is styled by Darnet Design and engineered by Diana Yacht Design.
The interior will feature one private cabin for two guests, along with two cabins for crew members. Lynx YXT 24 will also include a laundry room, furnished with an iron station, washing machines and dryers, as well as an extra refrigeration area to store food and beverages.
The Lynx Evolution yacht will be the owner’s second build, and will accompany a larger yacht referred to as the mother ship. As a water sports enthusiasts, the owner will use her to transport sport and boat related equipment, along with additional accommodation for guests.
The superyacht support vessel is equipped with a knuckle boom crane, a functionality which allows big toys to be launched, such as the owner’s catamaran which will be stored on the beach platform. The lower deck offers direct contact to the platform and storage area for scuba-diving and kite-surfing equipment.
Filippo Rossi, the yard's sales and marketing manager described the owner as, "A real gentleman, passionate about the sea and a true water sports lover.
"All the solutions for this yacht have been studied with him and his team and I am sure, once delivered, this shadow vessel will enormously increase the pleasure at sea for him and his guests."
The Lynx YXT 24 Evolution support vessel is scheduled for delivery at the end of 2019.
For more information, visit Lynx Yachts.