Iguana Yachts, best known for its amphibious craft, has two new Classic line models in response to strong requests. One is for the pure exhilaration of speed and style, while the other suits watersports. Respectively, the models are the Iguana Coupé & Iguana Sport. And yes, both still can take you from water to land and vice versa while you’re onboard.
If you’re not familiar with Iguana Yachts, the company uses the patented Iguana Mobility System for these transitions. It’s a track system that deploys for use on sand, even muddy beaches or small rocky surfaces. The same system retracts into the hull for cruising.
Both the Iguana Coupé (top) and Iguana Sport (above) measure 30 feet (9.2 meters) LOA and have a beam of 10 feet (3.11 and 3.12 meters, respectively). Additionally, each tender can carry a total of 12 passengers. There are differences, however. For instance, the Iguana Coupé features a small cabin, just like a previous model from the company, the Commuter. As an option, you can request a head in the cabin. The new tender also has an integrated bimini, so you can create more shade. Sun bums will appreciate the slanted sunbed, meanwhile, integrated just aft of the leather benchseat. And, after a fun day zipping around at a reported 46-knot top speed, an optional electric transom ladder lets you cool off in the water.
The Iguana Sport pledges swift speeds, too, topping out at 48 knots. That makes it ideal for supporting a variety of watersports activities, along with family trips and more. The seating arrangement makes it easy for thrill seekers to have a front-row experience, ahead of the center console. You can keep personal items safe in an optional stowage box. Further options include a hardtop and underwater lights.
Yet another option, available on either model: Flexiteek decking.
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