About a year after initiating plans for all-wood megayacht tenders, Sweden-based ReRun is offering two models, Tender and Tenderness.
Based on classic runabout designs, the ReRun Tender and ReRun Tenderness each employ ash and mahogany woods, reinforced with E-glass. In a nod to modern performance, ReRun equips both with KaMeWa waterjets and joystick steering, for ultra maneuverability. They’re also engineered for station keeping, handy for when the tender is alongside a swim platform and loading or offloading guests. That’s also where the built-in side steps, complete with hydraulic handrails, come into play. The Tender and Tenderness models further feature hydraulic passerelles aft, for alternate embarking and disembarking. Other good features include three lifting points.
The primary differences between the ReRun Tender and ReRun Tenderness lie in the LOAs and number of guests each boat can carry. The Tender measures 32 feet (9.9 meters) and can hold 10 people. The Tenderness model is a little smaller, at 23 feet (7 meters), and accommodates seven. (Both capacity figures take a crewmember into account.) While each boat features Yanmar propulsion coupled to the waterjets, those of you seeking speed will likely be drawn to the ReRun Tender. She’s said to be capable of a 40-knot top speed and 28-knot cruise speed, given 315-hp engines. (ReRun did not provide anticipated performance figures for the Tenderness model, though she will feature 180-hp Yanmars.)
Those of you seeking even more differences will be glad to know that ReRun will customize the tenders. The hull design, engine package, and other engineering features remain the same, but you can swap out some seating for a wetbar, for example. You can also match the paint and soft goods to your superyacht. Another idea: Request a limousine tender version, wherein the cockpit is completely covered.
All ReRun boats are built to CE certification. For further details, visit the company website or fill out our contact form.