A Grand Performance
Inspired by the constellation of Orion in name and design, this 29-metre is an strong example of LYNX YACHTS’ strong understanding for what the market wants, which is to sail anywhere in the world safely and comfortably. It offers a voluminous interior — an open living area the equivalent length of a tennis court — while guests can admire the exterior detailing, influenced by the stars, on approach to the vessel. Orion answers the call for those in search of a vessel that can match their sporty and active lifestyle.
Orion offers numerous features and design ideas, while simultaneously reflecting the extensive research and analysis conducted by LYNX YACHTS into the demands and wishes of the modern-day client. With this research comes features that enhance the experience on board a yacht this size, such as the relationship between spaces. From the beach platform with its Sea Theatre seating, through the main deck, saloon and on to the forward lounge, these areas are configured to offer an unobstructed flow from one to the other.
Purposeful separation between the wheelhouse and upper deck saloon ensures privacy for the enjoyment of the dining area, which offers panoramic views and can be opened up to the fresh sea air thanks to floor-to-ceiling sliding windows.
Accommodation is offered on the lower deck and consists of four guest cabins — two twin suites, a VIP suite and a full-beam master suite reserved for the owner.
One of the defining features of Orion is the Sea Theatre, which transforms the staircase from the main deck to the beach platform into a grand theatrical seating area that extends to cushioned sofas. This original idea allows for a six-metre tender to be stowed on the beach platform without compromising on sea views.
Orion also offers a carefully considered layout that keeps crew and guest areas separate. The galley is located forward on the main deck and has a dedicated crew entrance, in-line with the characteristics of larger boats. While crew quarters are located aft of the engine room, accessible via a hatch in the staircase and includes two cabins for four crew.