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Superyacht Tenders & Toys and 212 Yachts to Offer Tender Charters

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Superyacht Tenders and Toys (SYTT) has teamed up with 212 Yachts to provide a fully managed, stress-free tender charter service. This enhances SYTT’s existing range of services, enhancing its reputation as the go-to company for all tender needs. 

Charter tenders are often needed at short notice due to issues with a yacht’s usual tender, and this new service aims to eliminate the headache of finding a replacement.

212 Yachts, located in the south of France is a leading provider of luxury superyacht tenders for hire. The company prides itself in providing every client with ‘an extra degree of effort’ delivering a service beyond expectations.

Wajer 55 Wajer 38
Wajer 38 and 55

The synergy between the two companies is clear. As Josh Richardson, Director of Superyacht Tenders and Toys, says,

“We are thrilled to be working closely with 212 Yachts. Their approach to business and service are, on all counts, in harmony with our company ethos. They have an impressive ability and willingness to deal with last minute enquiries, always finding the perfect solution for any client request.”

212 Yachts has an exclusive, well-managed fleet of premium superyacht tenders, including the classic Van Dutch 40 and 55, popular during high profile events such as the Cannes Film Festival or Monaco Grand Prix.

Van Dutch 40
Van Dutch 40

Jenny Caird, founder and CEO of 212 Yachts says, “The alliance between our two companies is invaluable. 212 Yachts is built on a network of relationships I have personally nurtured and we have a wealth of contacts I can call upon to find the perfect solution to any client request. We are delighted to be working together with Josh and his team”.

See the tenders available for charter with 212 Yachts and Superyacht Tenders & Toys.

Wajer 38
Wajer 38


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