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Linssen 30 SL Sedan
Sporting and individual
Passion, endurance, and refinement: the SL is the mark of a Linssen that has been developed for the most discerning enthusiasts of sporting lifestyle.
SL stands for Sport Luxury. For the SL, the Linssen Yachts prototyping & engineering team worked in close cooperation with KesselsGranger DesignWorks to create a series of yachts that combine the unmistakably luxurious Linssen identity with enhancements that adhere to the greatest sporting traditions.
As fitting with the sporting philosophy, the main character lines of the yacht have been accentuated. The exterior design is hallmarked by details that are unique to the SL series.
One of the most notable characteristics of the SL design is the floating roof. This has been achieved by finishing the saloon window frames and posts in anthracite, which visually connect the glasshouse as one element and separates it from the roof.
This styling treatment reflects the heritage and lineage of previous Linssen S generations (SE / SX) with an avant-garde evolution.
The anthracite-coloured rear sections of the saloon tumblehome provide the perfect backdrop for the contrasting stainless wing-shaped nameplates. These nameplates have an additional anthracite inlay for the meticulously detailed Linssen SL logo, which is finished in stainless steel.
As with the saloon windows, the portholes have also been masked with anthracite to visually reduce the amount of individual shapes and enhance the length of the yacht.
Great care has been applied to the design of the stainless steel railing. The aft section is curved for a powerful yet elegant appearance. In accordance to this theme, the rear wind protection panels of the AC have a unique shape with a subtly curved profile and sculpted surface treatment.
The sheerline of the yacht is accentuated by a PVC fender, resulting in a sleek and purposeful profile. The rounded end caps of the lower fender line, which runs to the swim platform, have been finished in black for optimal integration.
Visually raising the bow out of the water, the swept bowline emphasises the shape of the hull for a more powerful aesthetic.
Further details include the unique engine vent, bearing the Sport Luxury script that is engraved in stainless steel.
Modern line: steel yacht market leader Linssen Yachts offers customers an even greater variety of yachts with the new SL series. The Linssen Yachts Prototyping & Engineering Team and the styling specialists of KesselsGranger DesignWorks, based in Genk, Belgium, with whom the renowned Maasbracht company has successfully collaborated for some time, are responsible for the successful visual appearance of the newcomer