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Superyacht Nautique is Exclusive Wake Tender for ROAM Shadow

Superyacht Nautique is proud to be chosen as the sole wakeboard tender to be on board the new go-anywhere explorer and adventure vessel, the ROAM Shadow.

Those who aspire to have the best in a watersports boat gravitate towards quality, performance and luxury. When yacht owners look for a tender that can provide endless watersport fun and experiences, Superyacht Nautique is the clear choice.

Each ROAM Shadow vessel presents a unique opportunity for Superyacht Nautique to create a boat that is customised for specific circumstances. Whether it’s custom lifting points, distinctive tower folding options, removable windshields and more, the team has the ability to seamlessly integrate its boats for their new home aboard any yacht.

Josh Richardson, CEO adds: “At ROAM we look to surround ourselves with the best. Having worked with all of the large towboat manufacturers in the past, we have selected to work exclusively with Nautique. Superyachts are all about attention to detail and executing the perfect experience. Without question, a Nautique is the best quality towboat for our clients. Whether you are looking to ski, surf or wakeboard there is nothing comparable. I am such a fan I have my own personal boat and so I know exactly what they’re like – awesome.”

Both companies share common core values such as high quality product offerings and a commitment to delivering unprecedented customer service. “Nautique is widely acknowledged in the leisure market as the world’s leading manufacturer of luxury wake and ski boats, and is the number one choice for riders around the world. We continue to innovate and differentiate ourselves from the competition,” says Richard Booth, senior project manager of Superyacht Nautique.

Superyacht Nautique services both the new-build and refit markets, working with captains, managers and the shipyards so that the boat’s footprint and deployment can be factored in at the design stage.


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