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Specifically created for parent yachts in excess of 40-metres and capable of carrying 13 guests, the first model in the Evojet range represents a significant step forward for the brand and is a must-see at the 2020 event.
Every detail has been considered for this semi-custom tender, which falls in a new market for Williams and sees the brand offer the unique proposition of delivering semi-customisable tenders with shorter lead times and no comprise on quality.
The striking tender has multiple boarding options and an innovative foldout walk-through transom to ensure smooth transition from parent yacht or dock.
This new model also features concealed LED lighting and controllable illumination for effortless boarding.
Powered by Yanmar 4LV diesel engines and utilising Williams’ renowned jet pump, the Evojet 70 promises much more than the traditional superyacht tender.
Its proven Deep-V hull gives remarkable comfort and access to those remote coves and hard-to-reach areas thanks to its 200-litre fuel tank.
The Williams team has also considered the tender’s potential as a day boat too and included an integrated water ski pole and plenty of storage.
One of the most admired features on the new Evojet 70 is the optional folding carbon fibre T-Top, which ensures ample shade for the driver and passengers whilst having the ability to fold flat for easy garage fitment. As an option, the T-Top can also support fore and aft Bimini canopies.
Commenting on the introduction of the new model, Mathew Hornsby, Sales Director at Williams Jet Tenders, said “We introduced the Evojet 70 to some of our eager customers in the autumn, but we are officially kicking off 2020 by launching the largest model in our range to the thousands of customers that attend boot Dusseldorf.
“We are really excited about moving into new markets with this new model, as well as showcasing the rest of our range and our plans for the future.”