Williams Jet Tenders has confirmed the brand is embracing change, unveiling a redesign of its DieselJet 445 and DieselJet 505 models.
The new concepts will both benefit from the brand’s trademark slash-cut tube design, enhancing the overall aesthetic while providing fore and aft stability.
However, Williams Jet Tenders has confirmed that both will now include a contemporary helm layout, featuring a central-mounted, multi-functional Raymarine Axiom 7 display and two dedicated storage areas to port and starboard of the screen.
A flush-fit, black Navix panel combined with a row of push-button control switches complements this new helm to offer a more modern control centre. The contoured upholstery design includes the latest Silvertex material, and there’s an integrated boarding pole site in the helm backrest, ensuring boarding is safe, stable and easy.
Both models also feature a redesigned transom, continuing the design first seen on the DieselJet 415. Both models will also now benefit from a larger bathing platform with a single lateral, stainless-steel grab handle.
These creative tweaks combine to offer unique benefits to each model, with the DieselJet505 now at a capacity of 8+1 – an impressive inclusion considering the model 5.03-metre length. The 4.5-metre DieselJet 445 echoes a similar offering, with a new capacity of 7+1.
Both models maintain the expected functionality, featuring a 68-litre fuel tank, and a 110 hp Yanmar 4JH4 diesel engine, reaching speeds of 40 mph.
“We’re excited to launch the complete revamp of our two most popular DieselJet models,” said Williams Jet Tenders Head of Commercial Development Ollie Taylor.
“We’re looking forward to introducing the new DieselJets to the public at Cannes Yachting Festival 2021, so please drop by the stand located at the entrance to the Palais Des Festivals.”