Who the Hell Needs a 100-MPH Yacht Tender?

Yacht or not, these boats will get you there — fast.

By Evan Bleier

 
Who the Hell Needs a 100-MPH Yacht Tender?
Share This

04 May 2017

As us landlubbers say, it’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog.

On the sea they have a different saying: it ain’t the size of the boat, it’s the motion in the ocean. The newest offering from Greek boat builder Technohull, the Sea DNA 999, has got plenty.

With a V-shaped, rigid-inflatable hull that slices through waves, the 32-foot-long tender has a pair of 400-HP outboard engines giving it a top speed of 103 MPH.

Sea DNA Tender (7 images)

Capable of being built with three different bow configurations (cabin, open and delta) depending on preference, the Sea DNA 999 can be customized for either sleeping and privacy, seating and storage or sunbathing and sun.

Featuring additional touches like shock-absorbing seats and a touchscreen console, the boat is likely to fetch a pretty penny, but Technohull has yet to announce pricing, New Atlas reported.

One thing's for sure: life jackets, people!

Share This