The Top Toys and Tenders at the Monaco Yacht Show 2019
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Wajer 55 S

Kitting out your yacht with the latest tech gear is always a fun task - and what better place to shop around than the Monaco Yacht Show? Whether you're after petrol-powered fun or something a little more eco-friendly, here are the top toys and tenders on show at the Monaco Yacht Show 2019.

Wajer 55 S

Don't miss the world premiere of Wajer's latest tender, the 55-S. Lighter, faster and more versatile than its flagship sibling, the 55-S can reach a top speed of 40 knots and is powered by three 435hp Volvo Penta engines. Designed in partnership with Sinot Yacht Design with naval architecture by Vripack, this tender can carry all your water toys with ease. There is storage for a Williams 280 MiniJet, SeaBobs, paddleboards, electric surfboards, diving equipment, and more, with enough room below deck to sleep up to six guests. Other features include a hardtop with removable panels for protection from the sun, a custom-made audio system, and aft sunpads. Optional extras include a carbon fibre finish and a hydraulic swim platform extension.

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Castoldi

First showcased at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show, Castoldi's best-selling tender is returning to Port Hercules this year. The Jet Tender 25 measures 7.5 metres and is powered by Castoldi's Turbodrive jet propulsion system for a top speed of 38 knots. Highlights include flip-down steps on port and starboard for easy boarding, a swim platform, and a recessed four step swim ladder aft. With a capacity for up to 16, it's perfect for transporting guests from A to B in comfort and style.

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Anvera 55

On display at the Monaco Yacht Show, the 16.8 metre Anvera 55 is made for sunworshippers. This tender is packed with clever features including fold-out bulwarks that transform the aft area into one large swim platform for launching toys or soaking up the sun. There are sun pads on the foredeck, with al fresco dining amidships and three modular sunloungers aft that can be converted into seats when needed and can even float in the water. Plus, a retractable awning on the aft deck offers protection from the midday sun. She's fast too - capable of reaching a top speed of 55 knots.

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FunAir Toy Island

Want to be the coolest yacht on the water? Then might want to check out FunAir. With products ranging from the BigAir Blob that will launch your friends high into the sky, to floating islands, climbing walls and sea pools, you'll be spoilt for choice. This year at the Monaco Yacht Show, FunAir will be debuting their all new Toy Island. Their latest inflatable is designed to dock a variety of watercraft and can be attached to your superyacht as an extension of the swim platform or trailed behind on a tether. The Toy Island can hold four Jet Skis or sailing dinghies, two SeaBobs, two eFoils, Jet Surf or SUPs and several guests. Each Island features a seat in the middle for those who fancy a breather, and a set of FunAir Sea Stairs.

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Red Shark Bike Board

No gym on board? No problem. The Bike Board is the latest product from Red Shark Bikes that let's you cycle on water. Push off from the swim platform and cycle twenty-or-so laps around the boat for the perfect morning workout. The Bike Board requires relatively little skill or balance and comes in several different models: Enjoy, Fitness and Race. The Race board is made entirely out of carbon-fibre and would suit any speedsters, while other two models are both inflatable and so stow neatly away in your superyacht toy garage. Plus the board is pretty low maintenance too. Just a simple splash of freshwater will suffice.

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48 Wallytender

The 14.5 metre 48 Wallytender combines Wally's unmistakable looks and outstanding performance with surprisingly large interior volume and a complete suite below decks. Fold-down bulwark sections increase the size of the bathing platform and a wraparound fender means that pulling up up a yacht or docking is practical and easy. Other features include a passerelle that doubles as a swim ladder, and a simple one-button anchoring system. The 48 Wallytender can reach a top speed of 38 knots and will be debuting at both Cannes Yachting Festival and the Monaco Yacht Show. You'll also be able to spot the yacht at BOAT's Owners' Club Cocktail during Le Voiles de St Tropez.

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Lift eFoil

In 2019, eco-friendly water toys are a must-have on board but that doesn't mean having to sacrifice on high-powered fun. The Superyacht Tenders and Toys stand will be showcasing a range of eco-friendly electric-powered water toys at the Monaco Yacht Show this year. One such toy is the Lift eFoil. Controlled by a wireless bluetooth handheld remote, this hydrofoiling surfboard allows riders to fly across water at up to 25mph. The eFoil uses an advanced lithium-ion battery to power a silent electric motor that’s mounted on an all-carbon fibre hydrofoil. The battery offers an average 60-minute ride time, depending on rider weight and speed, takes less than two hours to fully charge and can be easily interchanged.

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Brabus Shadow 500 Black Ops

If you're in the market for a high-powered tender, keep an eye out for Brabus's latest launch. Sporting a gunmetal grey hull and signature-red seats, the Shadow 500 Black Ops will be hard to miss in Port Hercules. The 9.18 metre limited edition sports tender can reach top speeds of over 50 knots and is powered by twin XS Pro V8 FourStroke engines from Mercury Marine. Designed for thrill-seekers, the Shadow 500 offers high-performance with comfortable, day-long cruising capabilities. The tender can be optioned with a full open aft deck, a day cruiser aft cabin accommodation package, or with a wet bar package including an integrated electric grill, sink and fridge. You have to be quick though - they're only making a limited number.

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SeaBob

Any luxury charter yacht worth its salt has a Seabob or two on board so make sure you find out what all the fuss is about at the Monaco Yacht Show 2019. The German water toy company will be displaying its F5 S and F5 SR models at this year's show. The F5 S promises a top speed of 18km/h, making it one of the best water toys for children, while the weightier F5 SR model will see you zipping through the water at 20km/h. You can even opt for an integrated camera and film all you underwater adventures. The ideal companion for avid snorkelers and divers, Seabobs are definitely among the best toys for your superyacht.

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Cockwells
Air-Sport 7.0

The seven metre Cockwells Air-Sport 7.0 has the ease of a RIB and the sociability of a limousine tender. There's seating for eight guests and two crew, boarding points from port, aft and starboard, and a top speed of 37 knots. Inflatable tubes to port and starboard fender off against the mothership and quayside too. With elegant design by Henry Ward and Cockwells, this tender will cut a fine figure and make a quick getaway too. See for yourself at the Monaco Yacht Show.

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