Posted: 13th May 2014 | Written by: Subwing
SUBWING is a product invented by 20 year old Simon Sivertsen during a sailing trip in the Mediterranean in the summer of 2010, and started originally as a single piece of driftwood.
Posted: 13th May 2014 | Written by: Wahoo Ribs
Wahoo, Southampton, UK, has remodelled its entire range of superyacht tenders with technical improvements to the hulls and completely new interiors.
Posted: 14th April 2014 | Written by: Nuytco Research
A new hard metal dive suit from Nuytco Research Ltd. is set to revolutionise deep-sea diving. The EXOSUIT will allow divers to a depth of 1000 feet, with an oxygen capacity of 50 hours.
Posted: 20th February 2014 | Written by: PYA
Take a look at the results of the PYA Yacht Tender Survey, to which we received over 500 responses.
Posted: 23rd January 2014 | Written by: Nautic Expo
Hey there, adrenaline junkies! We have a new toy for you. It’s called the WoKart! As the name implies, it’s a go-kart for the water.
Posted: 18th December 2013 | Written by: Simon Billington
Among the most unusual tenders are bespoke landing craft. Built to fulfill a variety of functions, landing craft can be a great way to deliver less mobile guests to a deserted beach, or for landing ATV’s, motorcycles or even a car.
Posted: 21st October 2013 | Written by: Freestyle Slides
Toys are an integral part of the superyacht experience, and they get better every year. The sight of any waterslide takes us back to the simple pleasures of being a kid.
Posted: 17th October 2013 | Written by: Josh Richardson
With greater regulation for new build tenders and chase boats, the complexity and sophistication of new build projects increases.
Posted: 24th September 2013 | Written by: Simon Billington
The yacht tender market continues to grow and evolve at a rapid pace, with many new and innovative models debuting at the recent Monaco Yacht Show. As the yachts that carry them grow in scale and sophistication, so do their tenders, creating interesting challenges for designers and manufacturers, who often need to meet a range of precise but conflicting requirements.
Posted: 26th August 2013 | Written by: Simon Billington
If you have ever wished you had a bigger tender, but don’t have room to store it on board, you are not alone. A chase boat could be the answer to your problems, but it’s important to choose the right vessel and take into account how you intend to transport it.