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The Best Electric Tenders

The Best Electric Tenders

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SAY 29E

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Alternative propulsions systems are all the rage, with many eco trendsetting superyachts cruising the high seas, why should your tender be any different? BOAT has picked out the best electric superyacht tenders on the market.

Currently the world's fastest e-boat, the SAY 29E is powered to a top speed of 48 knots by a 360kW Kreisel electric engine. Other features on board the 8.85 metre tender include a wavecutter bow and capacity for six passengers in suspension seats. A comfortable below deck area is even equipped with a sleeping area.

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X-Shore Eelex 8000

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This functional design has an impressive loading capacity of 2500kg, giving owners the option to transport multiple passengers or heavy equipment. A stepped hull protects passengers from wind and spray while reducing energy consumption by 35 per cent. With two battery choices and a full charge taking between eight and 12 hours, the Eelex 8000 has a 100 nautical mile range and speeds of up to 40 knots. £199,000, xshore.com

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DutchCraft 25

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Set to make its debut later this month when the Boot Dusseldorf show gets underway, the 8.04 metre fully electric, carbon fibre DutchCraft 25 tender has been designed and engineered in-house. The modular deck design allows the tender to be used as a guest shuttle for up to 12 people. When the deck is cleared however, there is enough space to transport a range of equipment, such as a land vehicle or up to eight dive sets. The DutchCraft 25 has a 75 minute cruising time at 32 knots or six hours at six knots.

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