For safe and efficient transfers from the mothership to shore and back, UK builder Pascoe International has developed a series of ideal sea-going Limousines.
Ranging from 9 to 12 metres, the Pascoe Limousines are engineered to maximise space and comfort, while robust enough to cope in any weather situation.
With a hull designed by naval architect Patrick Banfield and stylised by Ken Freivokh Design, the Limousine is the luxury way to transport guests and crew.
With seating for 14 people, the Limousine has been designed to offer a private open-air horseshoe seating area forward, with a dedicated aft steering position for the crew.
Designed to suit most restrictive tender garages, the Limousine can be developed bespoke in collaboration with yacht designers and owners. Finishes can also be tailored to match the mothership’s livery.
The Limousine is 4400kg in weight, with a beam of 2.95m and a height of 2.10m, and can reach speeds of 36 knots.
The tender, with its advanced technological innovations, provides a smooth and quiet journey for VIPs.
Such a stylish design, maximisation of space and sleek lines, the tender has scooped the coveted Golden Neptune Award for Tender Design at the Superyacht Design Awards. Judges noted its optimum functionality with aesthetic integration.
The first Limousine, designed in 3D on computer before the hull was precision machined for perfect symmetry, was built for an 82m new build superyacht. The focal points were safe, fast and dry passengers for passengers, but manufactured to the highest style specifications.
Pascoe’s Limousines complement the builder’s dedication to detail, style and space, and has already completed over 120 tenders for superyachts across its tender portfolio.