Boating season is back. Here are 9 yacht tenders to help you have fun on the water.
The Toy Turned Tender: Vanqraft 16
The Vanqraft 16 is a crossover between a tender and a water scooter. It doesn’t get more fun than that.
Sensible Style: Invictus 200FX
The Invictus 200FX is a 20-foot tender designed by Christian Grande. She has a Bimini top option and room for 6.
One Racy RIB: Revolt 35XS
She’s not only fast, with a reported top hop of 65 knots, her deep-V hull is designed by renowned British performance-boat designer Mike Ring.
American Made: Catalina 30 Pilothouse
Iconic American builder Chris-Craft debuted this center console at the Miami International Boat Show. The Catalina 30 Pilothouse even has a cabin down below with a head and berth. She’s the ideal tender for the aesthetics-forward angler.
Sea-Taming Tender: Chase 31
The Novurania 31 Chase has a solid fiberglass hull keel with foam core above it. She’s ready to tackle chop when you are.
The Fisherman’s Favorite: Everglades 253cc
The Everglades 253cc is the tender for the yachtsman who wants to hop off the yacht and for a fresh catch of the day.
The Mega-Yacht Tender: Gladiator 428
You read that right. Canados Yachts is on a tender list. The Italian shipyard’s Gladiator 428 is 42’9″ LOA, making her the smallest boat the shipyard has produced in the past three decades.
Head-Turner: Wallytender X
Wally packs a punch with the Wallytender X. The Italian builder, known for it’s signature minimalist yacht design, has managed to fit all that style into the 45-foot, 60-knot Wallytender X.
The Speedster: SeaDNA 999 G5
Got 90 knots? RIB manufacturer Technohull does. The builder’s 34-foot SeaDNA 999 G5 may knock your socks (hats, sunglasses and anything not properly secured) off. She’ll catch the attention of yacht owners who have a serious need for speed.