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Compass delivers four custom tenders to 123m Al Lusail

Compass delivers four custom tenders to 123m Al Lusail

British yard Compass Tenders has announced a very special delivery — four custom tenders that were handed over to her mothership, the 123 metre Lürssen superyacht Al Lusail earlier this month.

The H2 designed yacht will boast a truly impressive garage, with two 11.2 metre limousines, a 9.1 metre utility tender and an 8.2 metre D-RIB (pictured below), which looks ideal for enjoying a day out on the water.

The limousine tenders are arguably the most impressive vessels in the fleet, as they have been customised to reflect the exterior styling of the mothership. This saw the yard’s in-house designer Patrick Banfield work in close collaboration with London-based H2 Yacht Design.

Key features include more than two metres of headroom in the passenger area, iPad controlled RGB lighting and soft marine-grade leather, which combine to create a light and tranquil environment on board. What’s more, the tinted windows ensure great views out to sea without compromising on privacy.

Power comes from a twin 300hp Volvo Penta D4 sterndrive engine set-up that will propel the 11.2 metre Compass limousines to a top speed of 38 knots, ensuring a sporty ride for up to ten guests and two crewmembers.

With her a fully-stocked tender garage, Al Lusail has now headed to the Mediterranean. At the time of writing, she was cruising from the Spanish port of Tarragona to Genoa in Italy.

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