Dutch yacht design studio, Piet B. Behage presented its new motor yacht design for a convertible superyacht, created with long-distance, family cruising in mind. The Convertible F24.70m makes up part of the studio’s new fast displacement range, spanning 18 to 28m in length.
With an LOA of 24.7m, the new design sits mid-way in the studio’s range in terms of size. The concept features large windows on the main deck, welcoming in plenty of natural light, while also providing impressive views out. There are three possible accommodation arrangements available to cater to both private or charter layout requirements.
There is an outside aft staircase on the main deck that leads to a flybridge or sundeck with extensive al fresco dining area and sunbathing facilities. Here, there is also a BBQ, a mini-bar zone and a second helm station.
Most notably, the new concept is convertible, with an open flybridge that can come complete with or without a hardtop and complete aluminium mast.
An open bathing platform is integrated in transom, and a stairway leads down from the main aft deck.
The new design will be built at the Flevo Ship Holland yard in the Netherlands.
Once complete, she will be able to reach a cruising speed of 10.2 knots and long ranges.