Dariel has recently delivered a custom DT7 Yacht Tender for the latest launch from the Heesen shipyard M.Y. Monaco Wolf. The build of this special superyacht tender was managed by Josh Richardson of Superyacht Tenders and Toys who also oversaw the sea trial and delivery process to ensure absolute client satisfaction.
This Dariel DT7 features many customization’s and features to ad character and individuality, like the mother-ship a ships logo has been inlaid into the teak, steering wheel and transom plate. LED lighting and plush cushions further complement the passenger experience.
This vessel is powered by a 260hp Yanmar diesel engine coupled to a Castodli Jet capable of reaching speeds in excess of 30 knots.
Fuel: 120 litres
Capacity: 13 passengers
Build time on this vessel was just 9 weeks to meet the clients delivery schedule, Josh Richardson provided the below comments about the vessel and build process with Dariel.
The DT7 is a highly functional and versatile yacht tender, offering a large bow dodger to keep guests dry, side boarding steps and lollipop and a large amount of guest seating. This particular boat was fitted with an inboard diesel and jet. Dariel’s attention to detail is excellent with a good finish not only on the surfaces you see, but in every locker and on every surface. The build time of this tender was a particular challenge due to the clients new yacht delivery but Dariel worked night and day to make sure it was ready. Dariel remain in my opinion one of the best custom RIB builders. Josh Richardson
The latest delivery from the Heeson Shipyard in The Netherlands, M.Y. Monaco Wolf is a 49.8m superyacht with design input from Frank Laupman of Omega Architects and interior design by Francesco Paszkowski. Powered by MTU engines, 16V 4000 M73L, resulting in a top speed of 23 knots and a range of over 3.100 nautical miles. The highly distinctive flowing lines embody the Heesen family look and feel with its iconic reverse sheer ‘pelican beak’ bow. Continuous sheets of laminated triple glazing have been thermo-bonded to the superstructure creating a seamless wall of windows resulting in a striking contemporary look. For more information about M.Y. Monaco Wolf visit the Heesen website HERE.
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