The product of a design collaboration between Patrick Banfield from AllSeas Design and H2 Yacht Design, the 11.2-metre Jupiter limo tender from Compass Tenders is a sleek and speedy vessel with a striking and distinguishable look. The tender has been designed to complement her mothership, the new 123-metre H2 Yacht designed, Lürssen built superyacht. With a whisper grey hull that stands in contrast with the jet black windows, clearcoat carbon rooftop and features, the exterior lines of the tender are accentuated by the changing coloured RGB lighting that follows the curves of the rooftop and windows.
In the forward section of the tender there is a state of the art Raymarine control and navigational cockpit, with a light grey leather driving seat, and spacious enough for two members of crew. There is also a teak decked foredeck in front of the cockpit used for storage. With performance a priority, the tender is powered by twin Volvo D4 300hp engines, providing her with impressive top speeds of 40 knots, and allowing guests to arrive swiftly, securely and in style.
To the stern a comfortable seating area is found with space for up to three guests on the cushioned leather bench and RGB lighting illuminating the decking and steps. Throughout the tender, there is traditional teak wooden decking, the continuation of which invitingly rolls from the exterior to the interior, creating the illusion of one large space.
The vessel is able to transport up to twelve guests in privacy and comfort thanks to its covered seating area with tinted windows. The interior area is entered through an electronically controlled tinted glass door. Once inside, the tender opens into a surprisingly spacious saloon with over two metres of standing headroom. With sumptuous soft marine leather sofas the interior is light, airy and luxurious. The double panoramic windows and entirely retractable rooftop extends the feeling of the room, allowing guests to bring the outside in whilst maintaining an element of privacy. Guests are also able to close the doors and the rooftop and activate the electronically controlled privacy glass to the side windows for a more secluded journey.
Boasting an on board entertainment system, the interior of the tender is fitted with two TV screens and a top of the range sound system. From the touch of an iPad, guests are able to effortlessly control the ambiance of the interior via changing the mood lighting and air conditioned climate control system of their environment. The spotlight lighting dotted with smaller RGB fibre optic lights give a cinematic and romantic feel to the interior of the boat, and again, is something that is able to be controlled via an iPad.
With their state of the art facilities, craftmanship and attention to detail, Compass Tenders are ready and waiting to service clients who require a custom built-tender.
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