Williams Jet Tenders launches new Sportjet models

Williams Jet Tenders has introduced two new additions to its growing family of tender models, the Sportjet 345 and Sportjet 395.

Described as ‘high-performance and high-speed’ boats, the new products have been designed according to a strict brief based on years of customer feedback.

Both models boast the hallmark handling characteristics Williams are renowned for, combined with a newly devised helm layout that will allow more passengers on board than the Turbojet equivalent.

The powerful BRP Rotax ACE 903 engines used on both models has allowed Williams to re-imagine the layout for a 3.4-metre (11-foot) tender. The results are smooth running, mid-engined boats that offer dry, comfortable guest transport.

Mathew Hornsby, sales director at Williams Jet Tenders, commented, “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.

“These unique jets offer expert sea-keeping ability and manoeuvrability, allowing owners to explore remote coastlines, as well as providing endless hours of water-sports fun for the whole family.”

Sportjet 345 and Sportjet 395 are due to arrive at Williams dealerships, including Mike Marine in Antibes, France, in February 2018. 

For more information, visit Williams Jet Tenders.