The New T2 by Evo

Evo’s T2 works equally well as a primary dayboat or as a tender.

The Evo Yachts T2 has a steering console that can raise or lower electrically for driver comfort and mega-yacht stowage.Courtesy Evo Yachts

The first Evo T2 was built as a custom tender to a 150-foot Sanlorenzo mega-yacht, and the project turned out so sweetly that Evo Yachts decided to make the boat a member of its production line. Valerio Rivellini in Naples designed the T2 with sleek and minimalistic lines. The console can lower to make the yacht’s profile only 4 feet, 6 inches high, allowing the Evo T2 to tuck into the belly of a mothership.

Whom It’s For: With a top speed of 36 knots, the Evo T2 is for anyone who wants a zippy, and zippy looking, tender to usher him to trendy waterside hotspots.

Picture This: You’re lounging on the foredeck of your 180-footer off Monaco’s Port Hercules when someone mentions it’s cocktail hour in Monte Carlo. With a sudden taste for a quayside Aperol spritz, you have the crew lower your Evo T2 into the water from the hullside garage. On the ride in, you’ll have just enough time to think up a good bon mot for your toast.

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