Technohull Debuts SV909 Tender

Technohull’s 29-foot tender has a three-step hull design.

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Technohull's new SV909 reportedly tops out at 62 knots.Courtesy Technohull

Technohull has a new RIB, the SV909. The tender is 29 feet 8 inches length overall with a 9-foot-10-inch beam. The Greek builder calls the boat’s three-step hull form a “super ventilating hull.” The design allows for a cushion of air to form as the boat planes, enabling a reportedly soft ride while also reducing hydrodynamic drag.

With standard twin 200 hp Mercury Marine L4 DTS outboards, the tender reportedly tops out at 62 knots. There are 7 other Mercury Marine outboard options as well as several single- and twin-inboard options.

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The SV909's has lounge space in its forward sun pad and aft settee.Courtesy Technohull
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Technohull says the SV909 can function as a luxury tender or mid-range cruiser.Courtesy Technohull

The SV909’s layout has a sun pad forward, while the aft section’s layout varies depending on engine choice: with outboard engines, it’s a full-beam settee, but with inboard motors, it’s a sun pad above the engine compartment. Two small swim platforms flank the motors in the outboard setup too. Wrap-around, shock-absorbing helm seats is one useful feature in the center console, where owners can mount an optional Smart Central Console Touchscreen plus a T-top, in addition to the standard instrumentation.

Technohull says the SV909 is “for those who want to take the weekend off and not worry about the distance to cover.”

Learn more here.

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The SV909's helm seats are shock-absorbing.Courtesy Technohull
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The Technohull SV909's center console. A T-top is optional.Courtesy Technohull
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The SV909 has two stern platforms.Courtesy Technohull