Discussion in 'Tenders & Dinghies' started by orion, Apr 6, 2005.
I love those shapes !!!
(I'm talking about the tender OF COURSE )
Looks like a Wally hull, isnt'it ?
Now that's a tender to remember! (...the boat!)
VERY cool Brian. Thanks for the post!
Getting back to tenders, not things that cause rear-enders...
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.
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?
Wow! Those are some amazing "little" boats. Neat finds YachtForums.
Thanks Kelly. Welcome aboard!
Easily the highest class boating site I've ever seen !
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.
Deadrise Midship: 25 deg.
Deadrise Transom: 13 deg.
Displacement (1/2 load): 3360 lb.
Power: 300 HP
Retro runabouts continued...
Can't forget the new Chris Craft "Speedster". Complete review here...
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.
Nothing on water turn heads faster than the gentleman´s racer.
This new VALENTINO 650 , 330 HP Supercharged V8 diesel
Dutch gentleman tenders
At this link you'll find lots more pictures about these beauties.
a few more dutch
Another Dutch Build
Not to much pictures here, but some more on their site.
Good additions Tantetruus!
Have a look at this one
Some new designed tenders and the Storage
I prefer this
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.
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.
Nice detail on the dash.
Last pictures are for the 9,3 mtr. limo.