9 of the best tenders and day boats at the Monaco Yacht Show 2018

Pascoe Open Limousine

Featuring upholstery that would not be out of place in a supercar, the Pascoe 10 metre Open Limousine has been developed with safety, speed and comfort in mind. Available in a variation of lengths between 9.6 metres and 11 metres, the tender has been designed to fit in even the most restrictive tender garages and is available with alternative seating arrangements and an opt-in rise and fall hydraulic bimini.

Scorpion Silurian 1080

Named after the period when scorpions first appeared on the planet, this 10.5 metre rib is the ultimate fast, comfortable and dry tender. Building on the company’s evolution of stepped hull technology, the Scorpion Silurian boasts safe and predictable handling. Additionally, owners are offered a number of customisation options, including the choice of outboard or inboard engines.

Bluegame 62

This 18.8 metre yacht is the larger of the Bluegame Sport Utility range and features naval architecture by Luca Santella and Lou Codega, with interior design by ZIP International Project. The yacht can accommodate four guests across two cabins, while the aft area can be arranged as a crew quarter or storage area. Meanwhile the IPS joystick allows the owner total freedom without the need of a crew.

Alen 55

Practical and traditional, this 16.8 metre yacht features a walk around deck, centre console and deep bulwarks which mean guests sit ‘in” rather than ‘on’ deck. It can carry 16 guests, with eight seated around the extending table near the open kitchen. It can accommodate four across two cabins and features a custom made anchor mechanism with an interior easily customised to the owner’s wishes.

Anvera 55

Just shy of 17 metres, the Anvera 55 is the result of a decade of racing competitions. The yacht has been built with efficiency in mind, resulting in a weight to power ratio that optimises fuel consumption. The result is a lightweight, resistant and safe boat that uses 4.9 litres of fuel for every mile travelled at 40 knots.

Diesel Jet 625

Described as the “pinnacle of style and comfort” of the Williams catalogue, the Diesel Jet 625 is a smooth and spacious 6.31 metre cruiser. Equipped with a sunbathing pad, bathing platform and optional freshwater shower, it has everything for those who want to drop anchor. And for when speed is of the essence, the Diesel Jet can reach a top speed of 42 knots and is capable carrying out tight turns and high-speed manoeuvres with flair.

Fjord 44 Open

Perfect for a day in the sun, the 13.45 metre Fjord 44 features a sundeck equipped with seats that convert into sun pads, a lowerable bathing platform and toy garage for watersports equipment. An integrated sun shade will keep the table area shaded during the heat of the day while a joystick makes manoeuvring easy. With a top speed of 34 knots, the Fjord 44 can accommodate four across two cabins, including a master suite and twin berths in a guest cabin

Titan Tender

Built in Falmouth, this slick and stylish tender was unveiled by Cockwells in May. Based on a concept by British design studio RWD, the Titian tender features interiors by Cullum Bespoke who brought experience from the world of luxury car customisation. With a beam of 2.8 metres, the tender can accommodate up to six guests for a day on the water who can relax beneath the shade of the electric bimini. Meanwhile the crew are treated to high-end systems including an Empirbus control system and electric anchor launcher and joystick controls.

Yachtwerft Meyer Open Silverline tender

This luxurious customisable open tender has been designed in collaboration with HBD Studios and is available in over 14 layouts, from 6.5 metres to 9.5 metres. This leather-upholstered tender delivers guests between the superyacht and is as quiet as a car.

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