Williams Jet Tenders, the world’s leading tendering specialist, has taken a new direction in design and today unveils a completely redesigned design for its popular DieselJet 445 and DieselJet 505 models.
In the new DieselJet 445 and 505, Williams redesigned the inflatable sides to improve the overall aesthetic appearance and provide stability at the bow and stern while driving.
The steering features a new layout and design with a center-mounted Raymarine Axiom 7 multifunction display as standard with two dedicated storage compartments on the left and right side of the screen. The black Navix panel, combined with a series of push-button control switches, complements the overall rudder design, creating a modern boat control center.
The boat also features a completely new contoured upholstery design using the latest Silvertex materials. Including a built-in landing post in the back of the handlebars, providing a safe, stable and easy landing.
Both models also feature a redesigned stern that continues the design style first seen on the DieselJet 415. Both models now have a large bathing platform with one stainless steel side handle for easy access and exit from the water using a ladder. bathing.
Offering exquisite quality and comfort, the DieselJet 505 is as practical as possible and now has an additional seat in front of the steering console, increasing the tender capacity to 8 + 1. The tender length is 5.03 m, it is equipped with a 68-liter fuel tank as standard and a Yanmar diesel engine. 4JH4 110 hp It can reach speeds of up to 40 mph and is available in a variety of colors, sides and upholstery. Offering maximum flexibility and reliability at sea, the DieselJet 505 is available with full SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) certification.
DieselJet 445 is luxury in a compact body and now boasts more functional bow seating thanks to the aft steering, increasing the capacity to 7 + 1. The tender is 4.5 m long and comes standard with a 68-liter fuel tank and a 110 hp Yanmar 4JH4 diesel engine. It can reach speeds of up to 40 mph and is also available in a variety of colors, sides and upholstery.
Ollie Taylor, Head of Commercial Development at Williams Jet Tenders, commented, “We are thrilled to begin a complete overhaul of two of our most popular DieselJet models. We look forward to presenting the new DieselJets to the public at the 2021 Cannes Yachting Festival.”Return