Toy Tender 47’ is a 14.4m motor boat, designed by Nauta Design for Toy Marine yard, in Savona, Italy.
The project was commissioned by a repeat client of Nauta Design to replace the tender for his sailing yacht. The owner is used to spending his summer holidays in Greece and Turkey, sailing on his sloop in fleet with his friends on their respective yachts.
The requirements by the owner included an appealing design, based on the same Toy general design, a strong sea-going soul and a classic timeless elegance, whilst providing some important design improvements, such as the full-sheer fixed fender allowing Toy 47’ to become a real ‘connection boat’ for bigger yachts.
The Toy 47’ Tender exterior design expresses a combination of a modern superstructure and lobster boat windows. It also features large deck space and seamless access to the sea from a low deck level.
Toy 47’ Tender is also an all-round motorboat that can work as a fast commuter in front of a villa on the shore or even as a small cruiser for short journeys along the coast. The large cockpit, the open transom, allowing for easily diving into the sea and returning on board, the comfortable dinette under the deckhouse and a combination of layouts, featuring up to two double cabins, makes the Toy 47’ Tender a flexible motor boat for many uses and many seasons.
Toy Tender 47’ is powered by two Cummins QSB 6,7 480 hp @3300 rpm combined either with ZF Zeus 3000 Pod drive system or with Hamilton HJ 322 Jet drive system. Both systems allow each thrust to be independently varied as required, allowing smooth and accurate manoeuvrability, either sailing or docking.
This power plant provides impressive performances in terms of top speed, up to 36 knots (Pod drive system) or 31 knots (Jet drive system) and consumption, only 110 l/h @ 27 knots (Pod drive system) or 24 knots (Jet drive system) cruising speed, allowing a 400 nm range.
This model has been successfully welcomed by customers, who have bought five units in only two years.
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