Federico Fiorentino and m2atelier have announced their latest offering to the superyacht tenders and toys market, with the 23m super tender limousine, Endeavour.
Endeavour is a 23m super tender limousine that is reminiscent of a private jet in interior and exterior design.
Inside, Endeavour offers six first-class inspired armchairs, perfect for business meetings and relaxation.
She offers a separate crew area and smart glass partitions for privacy.
Conceived as a “private jet of the sea”, and intended for a first-class experience, Endeavour can accommodate up to six guests in what the builders are claiming to be “the most luxurious and comfortable environment ever created on a powerboat.”
Translated by the Federico Fiorentino design studio, she offers “a clean yet powerful design with balanced proportions, sinuous surfaces and an aerodynamic silhouette”.
Her design “recalls a private jet”, due to her particular interior configuration and performance, which allows her to reach top speeds of over 50 knots, depending on the engine configuration. She is also available equipped with twin jet turbines and surface drives in order to achieve extreme performance.
Her exterior is characterised by a light bronze-gold livery, blended with mahogany accents and stainless steel detailing.
In a recent press release, Federico Fiorentino said, “Endeavour is the ideal tender for reaching the mother yacht, or for transfer services through private islands, airports, hotels and villas in a fast, comfortable and protected way.
“The concept is based on the harmony of clean lines and neutral materials. They represent the perfect base to valorise discreet elements and details, such as laser-cut metal stripes and invisible light diffusers.”
They shared that the main objective of the project was to create an interior concept that was elegant and sophisticated, yet at the same time simple and timeless. As such, she offers “luxurious and elegant décor” to enhance the sense of spaciousness of the cabin. Large office windows offer guests a “superb panoramic view out”.
On board she houses six “first-class inspired armchairs” that rotate and recline so that the lounge area can also be used as a conference room. Smart glass partitions have been included to divide the cockpit area from the guest lounge, giving guests the opportunity to observe the navigation, or for complete privacy when needed.
She also features a fully functioning day hear? and bar, with the front of the tender housing a separate crew area with crew head, luggage compartment and futuristic cockpit.