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Dan Oatley's Vision for the Castlerock Carbon Cat

Posted: 9th Aug 2020

Written by: Sam Watson

Hailing from one of Australia's most renowned sailing families, Dan Oatley's new venture, the Castlerock Carbon Cat, is attracting a lot of attention down under. Already described as 'the Ferrari of RIBs', we meet the man behind the vision for this exciting new brand. Read More

Trends in Yacht Tenders & Toys with Angus Gilmour of SYTT

Posted: 21st May 2020

Written by: OnboardOnline

It's every person's dream to turn their hobby into a job and Angus Gilmour is no exception. Having spent much of his youth out on the water, later working on board several superyachts, he's now project manager at SYTT, supplying tenders and toys and overseeing custom design. Read More

Josh Richardson's Dream Superyacht Garage

Posted: 31st Mar 2020

Written by: Naomi Chadderton

From jet skis and scuba equipment to kite surfs, wakeboards, submarines and more, a superyacht toy garage is the heart of the action on board any vessel. Josh Richardson of SYTT shares his wish list of water toys on the market right now... Read More

The Newest Water Toys to try Right Now

Posted: 21st Jan 2020

Written by: Naomi Chadderton

With the Caribbean season in full swing, you’re probably busy reviewing your inventory of water toys right now. Superyacht Tenders & Toys gives us the lowdown on the newest water toys you should set your sights on. Read More

Are Sustainable Yacht Toys Possible?

Posted: 8th Dec 2019

Written by: Josh Richardson

Are sustainable yacht toys really possible? The team at Superyacht Tenders & Toys is working hard to try and reduce its environmental impact and in a superyacht world where everyone wants everything immediately, this can have its challenges. Read More

Richard Booth on the Trend for Custom Superyacht Tenders

Posted: 25th Apr 2019

Written by: OnboardOnline

It's no wonder the rise in everything bespoke has had a trickle-down effect on a yacht's every accessory and support vessel: A no-holds-barred new build yacht deserves tenders that match in terms of line, style and specification. ... Read More

Five of the Best Drones for Superyachts

Posted: 21st Mar 2019

Written by: Colette Flowerdew-Kincaid

Whether you’re a keen photographer or not, chartering a superyacht is an adventure you’ll want to record so you can enjoy the memories for years to come. Still there are some shots that just can’t be taken without a little technic... Read More

The Trend for Customisation of Jetskis

Posted: 29th Jan 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 a... Read More

Down into the Deep: Dive Testing a U Boat Worx Submersible

Posted: 2nd Nov 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 cl... Read More

The Best Value Real Estate in Yachting

Posted: 2nd Oct 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... Read More

Why Use a Specialist Supplier when Purchasing for New Builds?

Posted: 19th Feb 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 u... Read More

The Role of the Yacht Tender Specialist

Posted: 20th Dec 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... Read More

The Rise of the Superyacht Submarine

Posted: 5th Mar 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 th... Read More

Pumping it up with Inflatables

Posted: 6th Dec 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, sensib...
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Josh Richardson on the Business of Superyacht Tenders & Toys

Posted: 13th Nov 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... Read More

Superyacht Support Vessels: The Changing Nature of the Supply of Toys

Posted: 25th Sep 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. Ha... Read More

Clamp Down on Safety for Personal Watercraft in France

Posted: 26th Jul 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). Superya... Read More

Franck Zapata's Inaugural European Flyboard® Championships

Posted: 11th Jun 2016

Written by: OnboardOnline

The inaugural European Flyboard® Championships take place this weekend along the main beach at Cavalaire sur mer, right next to St Tropez in the south of France. Contestants must perform a series of compulsory moves with at least... Read More

At a Furious Pace

Posted: 19th Jan 2016

Written by: Andrew Trujillo

Andrew Trujillo Design studio's latest project for Ross-Smith Marine is the 56’ fast motor yacht “FURY”, using an Adam Younger designed hull. Read More

RYA / PYA Voluntary Code of Practice for Watersports

Posted: 13th Oct 2015

Written by: Royal Yachting Association (RYA)

Every year a variety of new toys arrive on the market and find their way onto superyachts for guests to enjoy during their time on board. These may include personal watercraft, kayaks, sailing dinghies, windsurfers, paddle boards ... Read More

The World's First Electric Wakeboard - In Video

Posted: 24th Jul 2015

Written by: Radinn

The world's first electric wakeboard, Wakejet Cruise, can travel up to 46 kmh (28 mph) for 20-40 minutes. The internal system consists of a custom-built electric motor, a total of three computers, GPS, communicating systems and th... Read More

Limousine Tender from Xtenders and Vripack

Posted: 2nd Jul 2015

Written by: Vripack

Placing the owner’s need for performance and comfort as the priority, Xtenders and Vripack have pushed the limits of boat-building with the delivery of the world’s first autoclave pre-preg carbon built Limousine Tender. The carbon... Read More

Quintessence Yachts Unveils First Aston Martin Speedboat Designs

Posted: 5th May 2015

Written by: Quintessence

During an exclusive pre-launch event held at the Aston Martin headquarters in the UK, Quintessence Yachts has released details of the first designs now under construction as part of a unique partnership with the famous car brand. Read More

Explorer Yachts: The New Trend?

Posted: 19th Feb 2015

Written by: Simon Billington

Wandering around a busy marina, or Googling the latest trends in yachting, you can’t fail to notice the seismic shift currently taking place in the motor yacht market. Read More

Reckless Jetski & Tender Handling Crackdown

Posted: 18th Aug 2014

Written by: Camper & Nicholsons

Following a recent fatal jetski accident in Porquerolles near St Tropez, French authorities are cracking down on tender and jetski operation in the South of France. Read More

Subwing: New Superyacht Toy?

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. Read More

2014 Lineup for Wahoo Ribs: Shadow & LX600

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. Read More

Want to Deep Sea Dive to 1000 Feet?

Posted: 14th Apr 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. Read More

WOKART: The Go-Kart for Water

Posted: 23rd Jan 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. Read More

Landing Craft: Not just for the Navy

Posted: 18th Dec 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... Read More

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