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Evo Yachts introduces new Tender Line

Evo Yachts introduces new Tender Line

Evo Yachts has extended its range of tenders and dayboats with the announcement of two new models. The new Tender Line range will include the 7.14 metre Evo T2 and 11 metre Evo T3.

The Evo T2 started off life as custom-project commissioned by the owner of a new 46 metre Sanlorenzo superyacht. Built in fibreglass to a design by Valerio Rivellini, the day boats will now enter series production.

The Evo T2 delivers a cruising speed of 28 knots and can reach a top speed of 36 knots. Functions of the fully-automated model can be managed from driving console’s touch-screen panel or even from a smartphone

The console itself can be electrically adjusted for driving and, when fully lowered, has a height of just 1.45 metres, making it perfectly compact for storage in garages or superyacht beach clubs. Rivellini’s design has also optimised safety features, including a special balancing system for reducing swing during hauling and launching of the tender.

For guest comfort there's a sofa/sun lounger, table for eight, a fridge and bimini top. Perfectly outfitted for a range of water sport activities, the Evo T2 also features a towing hook for water skiing, a hydraulic sea ladder for swimmers and is even able to carry and charge two Seabobs.

Power comes from a 300 hp inboard engine, coupled with a hydro jet transmission. The Evo T2 is also fitted with a battery charger, an engine battery, a services battery, a 12-24 volt converter and a quay cable. The engine compartment is fully accessible and there are spacious front and rear hatches for storage.

After the launch of the Evo T2, the Evo T3 will be entering series production shortly.

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