During a low-key launch event this week, Lynx Yachts set the 27.3-metre Roe Shadow sail for the first time in Nijkerk, the Netherlands. The second hull of the YXT 24 Evolution series showcases exterior lines designed by Bernd Weel, naval architecture by Diana Yacht Design and an interior design by Darnet Design. Her passionate owner is due to take delivery of the new superyacht during the first week of April.Photo: Tom van Oossanen / Sebastian Doyer Photo: Tom van Oossanen / Sebastian Doyer The 75-square-metre main deck houses a 9.8-metre Pascoe beach lander, two Sea Doo GTR 230 and a HS-Marine knuckle boom crane. Once all her toys are launched, the main bridge and the beach platform transforms into an open entertainment space with the addition of a 100-inch outdoor cinema screen. Photo: Tom van Oossanen / Sebastian Doyer Photo: Tom van Oossanen / Sebastian Doyer Inside, Roe Shadow provides accommodation for four crew members hosted in two forward double cabins. Two large cabins amidships can be used for the storage of sports and laundry equipment. Guests can also make use of the kiteboards, scuba dive equipment, surfboards, SUPs and inflatable water games and toys. Photo: Tom van Oossanen / Sebastian Doyer Built with a beam of 7.10 metres, Roe Shadow is powered with two 800 hp MAN engines for a cruising speed of 12 knots.