Williams debuts high-performance Sportjet range

12 Sep 2017
The high-performance Sportjet 345 and Sportjet 395 (pictured) were created following a strict design brief

The high-performance Sportjet 345 and Sportjet 395 (pictured) were created following a strict design brief

Williams has premiered its much anticipated new 3.4m Sportjet tender range at the Cannes Yachting Festival.

The new high-performance Sportjet 345 and Sportjet 395 were created following a strict design brief based on years of customer and OEM feedback.

“We are delighted to reveal our new our ambition with the latest additions to our range was to create a boat that isn’t just a functional load carrier, but enhances the yacht ownership experience on every level,” said Mathew Hornsby, sales director at Williams Jet Tenders.

He added that the new models take inspiration from the original Williams product, the Turbojet and are equipped with a compact yet powerful BRP Rotax ACE 903 engine.

In the design of the new models, Williams’ said its mission was to create a tender with its hallmark performance and handling characteristics, but with a sociable layout that positions the helm at the centre of the boat.

Williams has added an optional removable boarding pole removes the awkward process of boarding the tender from a moving bathing platform, providing a fixed contact point at chest height to move smoothly from yacht to tender.

The flip up footrest and wash-deflector on the bathing platform allows passengers to make use of the rear facing seats, while having the security of an angled surface to brace their feet against, enhancing the feeling of safety onboard.

The new models will also be shown at TheYachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show this year.

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