Dutch shipyard Lynx Yachts has announced its new LOV series and detailed the first model – a 37.2-metre (122-foot) semi-custom superyacht named LOV 38.
LOV 38’s exteriors are described as ‘masculine’, with a near-vertical bow and forward inclined wheelhouse. Full-height windows are fitted in the sky lounge and saloon, allowing for natural light to flood into the yacht’s interiors.
Her interiors are hugely customisable – capable of accommodating up to 12 guests across four, five or six cabins – and the LOV 38 features a range of versatile al-fresco dining options, as well as an aft lower deck activity centre housing the tender, Jet Skis, diving equipment and a day head. The sundeck is also a very flexible space, able to be fitted with a Jacuzzi if the owner wishes.
The various configurations available have been designed for different purposes, with the 12-person version perfect for charters – with a full-size table on the sundeck and a main interior dining table to boot. The eight and 10-person variations also boast a number of dining areas.
The sky lounge, a spacious spot with yet more opportunities for customisation, can include a games table and service counter if desired – or it can be completely removed and replaced with an owner’s deck equipped with a private terrace. The owner’s suite, located on the main deck in all configurations, already features an office, vanity room and dressing room, plus his-and-hers bathrooms and a large portside balcony.
Slim Bouricha, president of Lynx Yachts, said, “Beautifully styled by Omega with elegant lines and refined interiors, the LOB series will be crafted by Lynx Yachts to the highest standards engineered by Van Oossanen.”
Technical specs remain under wraps at this early stage.
For more information, visit Lynx Yachts.