Nijkerk, THE NETHERLANDS. Ahead of this year’s upcoming Monaco Yacht Show, Lynx Yachts is delighted to reveal its new model, the Adventure 32. The first in the Adventure Series, this tough and robust 32.2 metre yacht is the shipyard’s response to the market’s increasing appetite for long-distance displacement hull vessels with large decks for tender and toy stowage.

“We are targeting a visionary kind of client with contemporary tastes,” says Filippo Rossi, Sales & Marketing Manager at Lynx Yachts. “Someone who is hungry for new experiences and eager to explore the world. The Adventure 32 has been designed with a hull for unrestricted navigation, yet with all the available deck space she will be equally at home in the Med.”

The fully custom yacht, with a hull constructed of steel and a superstructure of aluminium, will not exceed 200 gross tonnes, impacting positively on both fuel costs and the environment. Two Caterpillar C18s will enable a top speed of 15 knots with a cruising speed of 13.5 knots. Maximum range will be 2,700 nautical miles at an economical 11 knots, with 2,000 nautical miles achievable at cruising speed.

The Adventure 32 takes her styling inspiration from Lynx’s YXT Series, soon to be followed with the Adventure 24 and Adventure 38 in the Adventure Series, sporting clean lines with a contemporary profile design. The forward wheelhouse and rigid, high bulwarks above the and the strong vertical plumb stem bow, enable this yacht to take heavy seas in her stride. The main salon boasts chic dark floor to ceiling windows whilst a large strip of glazing in the hull gives accommodation in the lower deck plenty of light. A long transom stern and symmetrical balconies either side of the wheelhouse complete her unique look.

At 60 square metres, the main deck provides plenty of external space for the stowage of tenders and toys, whilst a slightly higher level stepped up offers generous room for a large sun pad and social seating arrangement. With tenders and toys launched, the aft deck becomes an extensive beach club with easily accessible swim platform. The sociable bridge deck offers more seating, both aft and forward, a dining table for eight and a bar. The high wheelhouse gives the captain great visibility, while aft of this is an indoor/outdoor lounge. The Adventure 32 has options for two layouts providing accommodation for eight guests and eight crew or 10 guests and 10 crew respectively.

“The Adventure 32 is another fantastic example of what Lynx Yachts is all about – she embodies our values of top quality Dutch construction, excellent sea-keeping qualities and uncompromising style and comfort. It’s an approach to yacht building you would expect from a team who are sailors at heart with a true passion for the sea,” Rossi concludes.

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