Discussion in 'Tenders & Dinghies' started by orion, Apr 6, 2005.
Nice tenders from Vanquish Boats.
Retro center console from KRAL
26ft Retro center console from Strand-Craft, presented at the 2005 Monaco Yacht Show by:
Another tender suggest....
I GOT THE POWER
By the way, the name of the catamaran "Moin Moin" in post #111 is north german for Hello, Hi etc.
these are not dutch tenders. they are built by egemar in istanbul turkey and marketed as rapsody in holland.
rapsody has the, build in several places, among them egemar.
just like everybody else by the way, amels had a lot done in poland, hulls for oceanco came from germany etc.
Wow what a beautiful boat!!
some pictures of the finished product.
and the last ones
and the last ones;
anyone knows of another superyacht builder that makes its own tenders b.t.w.?
Six o/b's hmmm....
how about a wakeboard tender, does anyone have a wakeboard boat as a tender?
Tantetruus : it looks like Feadship is going to build a special tender for their F45 Vantage series......see Feadship-site.
Nice! Looks like it is built for purpose and still looks great. A transportational craft designed to be low profile for storage purposes and it still would have the ability to turn heads like a wally tender, and probably much easier to store than a wally Me want!
I can't find any info on the Feadship site......little help please?
Ben, go here then on the bar at the top hover over Navigator, then hover over Exterior then select Tender Closed or Tender Open
Bobs your uncle!
we tried that, but Paul Allen kinda gave up on the idea after 7 tuxedo's.
i noticed; thats a first for feadship as fa as i know; not that sure about the tender though...
That Feadship tender for the F45 doesn't work for me either. Just as soon have a "cheap" production deckboat -
the basic idea therefore remains that you step ON the tender, sail to your yacht, get off the tender and into the yacht;
very small market, being towed to your megayacht