A tender is a vessel used to transport personnel to and from the mother craft and are usually built to strict specifications to suit the mother craft. The lighter and more manoeuvrable the better. They are stored in various positions, usually onboard the mother ship when not in use.
This little number is akin to an oversize jet ski. 3.8m Naiad with a 40Hp 4 stroke Yamaha! It weighs under 400kg.
4.8m Naiad tender for dive charter
A trick little tender vessel for a dive charter mother ship - the fun of a jet ski, but stability of a sea going craft.
5.3m Naiad diesel tender
A 5.3m diesel tender for a Horizon luxury launch delivered to Western Australia last year. Click here to view another image.
5.4m Naiad tender for Fisheries SA
This little 5.4m Naiad built for Fisheries Division of South Australia's Primary Industries and Resources Department (PIRSA) is a tender to Southern Ranger.
6m Naiad tender vessel
Tenders are usually built to strict specifications to suit the mother craft. That was the case with this 6m tender to service a vessel owned by a high profile Australian businessman. Click here to view another image of it in action.
6.8m Naiad Taddei' tender vessel
This little wonder has been built as the perfect high performance Rottnest tender. The vessel has been set up for a number of diverse recreational roles with the best of everything. Visit ullmandynamics for details.
7.8m Naiad 'MY Outback' tender
MY Outback is a superb deisel jet tender for a super-yacht built in WA, now residing in France. It is beautifully finished and capable of carrying a crowd from the Mediterranean mooring to the mainland. Click here to view another image of it in action.
12.8m Naiad 'Zoom' tender vessel
More and more people are realising the value and quality of these vessels - the orders just keep coming! 'Zoom' sports twin diesel jets and is a tender for a Super Cat. It has been towed to Queensland and return. The name says it all! Click here to view another image of it in action.Read review