Source: The Williams Sportjet 395 seats six adults and has a fixed boarding pole to help with secure transfers from the yacht.

SINCE ITS FOUNDING in 2004, Englandbased Williams Jet Tenders has become seemingly omnipresent in many high-end harbors the world over. And The 395 is for the yacht owner who wants a fast, maneuverable, easily stowable tender that can deliver him and his guests to the dock safely and dryly — though perhaps with some wild, wind-styled hairdos. You’ve been snorkeling all day on a coral reef using your big boat’s swim platform as a base, and you’ve worked up quite an appetite. As the sun sinks, you can just make out your favorite beach bar springing to life in the middle distance. It’s time to fire up the Sportjet 395 and go see about some conch chowder, and maybe something cold to drink

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