Posted: 29th January 2019 | Written by: Josh Richardson
Long gone are the days when superyacht tenders and toys clashed in different colours, stamped with the conspicuous logo of the manufacturer. In a world where everyone wants to offer clients the absolute best, customising tenders and toys is becoming big business. Jetskis in particular are susceptible to creative make-overs, including anything from upholstery and decking to installation of the latest gadgets.
Posted: 2nd November 2018 | Written by: Josh Richardson
The last frontiers for UHNW individuals are not found on dry land, but out of the Earth's atmosphere or several leagues under the sea. Superyacht Tenders & Toys have been managing an exceptional 7 seat submersible project for a client. Josh Richardson went along for the deep dive testing when the U Boat Worx sub descended more than a kilometre into the depths.
Posted: 2nd October 2018 | Written by: Josh Richardson
The beauty of inflatables is that anything can be designed within reason. Exploiting this quality, SYTT have been working with innovative superyacht owners to create supersized inflatable docks. With these new, affordable floating marinas life on board can be lived closer to the water.
Posted: 19th February 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline
2017 was quite the year for Superyacht Tenders & Toys who outfitted a number of high profile yachts and went on to win the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade. But more than luck, their success is built on a deep understanding of the practicalities onboard, from garage design to operations, and the ability to speak the same language as the captains they work with. Founder of SYTT, Josh Richardson, shares a view.
Posted: 20th December 2017 | Written by: Josh Richardson
MD of Superyacht Tenders and Toys, Josh Richardson, explains how his own experience as a yacht manager purchasing tenders led him to open his own business, and why engaging a tender specialist yields a number of important benefits for yacht owners.
Posted: 5th March 2017 | Written by: Josh Richardson
Personal submarines are the latest must-have accessories for superyacht owners looking for novel ways to enjoy the water, and for guests who aren’t experienced divers to descend up to 1,000m+ to experience far reaching views of the watery deep from inside an acrylic dome.
Posted: 6th December 2016 | Written by: Josh Richardson
Watersport toys have become an integral part of the experience with superyacht charters and a growing number of manufacturers are also continuing down the route of inflatables,
designed with practical and fast deployment, sensible packed down sizes and easy storage.
Posted: 13th November 2016 | Written by: Sam Watson
As superyachts get bigger and the quest for novelty continues, there's growing demand for custom tenders and toys at sea and on land. Josh Richardson saw the opportunity to deliver, but there's more to this story than luck. We met up with Josh to learn about the challenges and trends behind the meteoric rise of Superyacht Tenders & Toys.
Posted: 25th September 2016 | Written by: Josh Richardson
With the largest superyachts now measuring in excess of 180m, support vessels are following suit both in size and sophistication. More space means less compromise and there is no longer any need to settle for the middle ground. Having a dedicated support vessel able to carry toys as well as tenders for a range of purposes, instead of one tender for all, is proving very attractive.
Posted: 26th July 2016 | Written by: OnboardOnline
Reports have been circulating about a number of yachts in French waters having been stopped by the Gendarmerie Maritime for not having lights fitted to the buoyancy aids worn by guests operating personal watercraft (PWCs). Superyacht PWC provides information on a lifejacket light meeting French regulations and a country by country guide on jet ski regulations.