ASIS Recreational Boats

 
 

Inflatable Tender, manufactured by marine professionals, providing a personal Rigid Inflatable Boat, to ensure safety and easy handling.

Inflatable TenderInflatable Tender is usually used to transport and service passengers on luxury yacht and ocean going liners from ship to shore or excursions to small islands while on ocean cruises. An Inflatable Tender provides support and entertainment to a private or charter luxury yacht, also known as an 'Inflatable Tender', usually a rigid-hulled inflatable boat.

Luxury Inflatable Tender are often rigid-hulled inflatable boats (RIB) which features cushioned inflatable rubber inner tubes around its fiberglass hull that serves to protect the yacht when in close contact on the water. Other types of Inflatable Tender include inflatable boats, which are could be made of synthetic rubber or plastic and used as Inflatable Tender.

Inflatable Tender are also constructed as center console boats, and include rigid inflatable boats (RIB's) which are usually constructed from materials such as fiberglass, wood, steel or aluminum with inflatable synthetic rubber or plastic sponsons as well as multifunctional dinghies that have also recently become available as Inflatable Tender.

These unsinkable dinghies can be rowed, motored powered, or sailed, and they also function as proactive lifeboats. Inflatable Tender are usually powered by outboard motor engines or inboard engines using either petrol/gasoline or diesel. They use either propellers or more recently impellers as utilized by water jet boats.

Inflatable TenderA recent addition to luxury Inflatable Tender is the small personal hovercraft, such as the Hov Pod, which can also drive onto beaches or up ramps, to carry passengers on land.
Luxury Inflatable Tender like other types of ship's tender, whilst often used to transport supplies and personnel, are also used for the entertainment and pleasure of the yacht's passengers. Accordingly, the tenders are used as pleasure craft or speed boats, for waterskiing, wakeboarding and to transport and service leisure scuba divers.

In recent years there has been increased development in the luxury yacht tender market. There is now greater importance given to whether a yacht includes a large tender which boasts all the latest features. Private yachts are being built with stern garages to house the tender and other associated 'water toys' with Powerful davits for lifting heavy tenders.

Inflatable TenderThere are many companies which specialize in the design, construction and distribution of luxury Inflatable Tender. One of the more established, and well known, suppliers for production and semi production tenders include ASIS Recreational Boats with their range of Inflatable Tender starting at 2.8 metre model and progressing to 3.1 and 3.5 meter.

These tenders give a fast dry ride and are exceptionally high performance craft considering that higher performance engines can be used on these craft than would usually be considered. This yacht tender is extremely light, easy to manhandle when required and disassembles easily for safe storage on board if required.

There is an increasing trend towards large custom tenders such as limousines, landing craft and chase boats being called for by Luxury Yacht owners as there is a large established tender industry with Inflatable Tender also being used by those who do not own or use yachts, but wish to enjoy their tender as a leisure and recreational craft.

Where to buy Inflatable Tender!

Found the tender boat that you want?

For Inflatable Tender and a craft to meet your needs please feel free to visit the ASIS Recreational Boats site it will enable you to clearly understand the steps involved in the custom design process. This provider of Inflatable Tender is much more than a boat manufacturer and is keen to show you what it is that will put your Inflatable Tender in a league ahead of the rest.

Once you have chosen your Inflatable Tender, you will then be able to choose from a range of optional extras to customise the boat to your requirements.

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