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Megayacht Tenders

Discussion in 'Tenders & Dinghies' started by orion, Apr 6, 2005.

  1. Remy

    Remy New Member

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    I love those shapes !!!

    (I'm talking about the tender OF COURSE :D )

    Looks like a Wally hull, isnt'it ?
  2. YachtForums

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    Now that's a tender to remember! (...the boat!) :rolleyes:

    VERY cool Brian. Thanks for the post!
  3. YachtForums

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    Getting back to tenders, not things that cause rear-enders... :rolleyes:

    This is the Hydrolift S-24 Center Console. Stepped hull, teak decks, race inspired dash and finally... an aerodynamically correct windscreen! What makes this a nice tender is the RIB (inflatable) option, as shown in the last picture.

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  4. YachtForums

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    Disputably the ultimate tender... the 28' Douglas Skater with a pair of 300X's. 115 mph+ top speed with a 90 mph cruise. Feel the need for speed? ;)

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  5. KCook

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    Wow! Those are some amazing "little" boats. Neat finds YachtForums.

    Kelly Cook
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    Thanks Kelly. Welcome aboard! :)
  7. KCook

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    Easily the highest class boating site I've ever seen :cool: !
  8. YachtForums

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    Another interesting tender...

    The Classico "Veloce" (Italian for fast) 20 is not a replica... but a new boat created to simulate the style of the barrel back runabouts from the 1950s. Construction is right up to date, with a cored composite hull and deck. Even the deck planking is a synthetic. Virtually indistinguishable from wood.

    Some specs:

    LOA: 20'-1"
    LWL: 18'-0"
    Beam: 6'-7"
    Deadrise Midship: 25 deg.
    Deadrise Transom: 13 deg.
    Displacement (1/2 load): 3360 lb.
    Power: 300 HP

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  10. Kevin

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    In the current issue of one of the print mags ("Boat USA" or "Yachts") there's a feature article showcasing a whole range of the current tenders (seems too weak a word, really) and weekenders. So many beautiful retro models... amazing stuff.

    Edit: It's in the July/Aug '05 issue of Boat USA International. They're got a blurb about two dozen different retro launches. Some are utterly gorgeous. :cool:
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  11. orion

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    Gentleman Racer

    Nothing on water turn heads faster than the gentlemanĀ“s racer. :cool:

    This new VALENTINO 650 , 330 HP Supercharged V8 diesel :eek:

    strand-craft.com

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  12. tantetruus

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    Dutch gentleman tenders

    At this link you'll find lots more pictures about these beauties.

    http://www.rapsody.nl

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    Good additions Tantetruus! :)
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    Some new designed tenders and the Storage

    I prefer this

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  18. tantetruus

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    Spyker tender

    From the designer of the Spyker sportscar, the silvestris, aluminium over a tubular frame, v8 engine.

    Still a model, but i expect the real thing within a year.

    http://www.silvestris.nl/

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  19. tantetruus

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    Royal Denship tender

    To my surprise i ran into an own line of tenders at Royal Denship.

    The pictures are from her maiden voyage.

    The renderings are for their future bigger, limostyle tender.

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  20. tantetruus

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    Nice detail on the dash.

    Last pictures are for the 9,3 mtr. limo.

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