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RAFNAR LEIFTUR 1100 T


he ultimate in modern ‘new technology’ yacht tenders, RAFNAR’s Leiftur 1100 offers the long sought-after stability,


speed, safety, and sea-keeping required within the demands of global cruising and exploration, providing remarkable comfort-at- sea for owners and guests, and a solid working platform for crew operating under duress in often challenging situations. The unique and patented ÖK Hull from Iceland provides a displacement-type motion and passage through the water at high speed above 40 knts in moderate to large seas with very little bounce-and-slam, and with


very little fatigue experienced by guests and crew after long hours at sea from the mothership during exploration trips. The Leiftur 1100 series has been lauded by owners, brokers and basically anyone that’s been luckily enough to experience a test drive. Rafnar and its hull technology will remain a benchmark for radical changes for some time to come in the RIBs market, and Rafnar will continue to develop further models built on this very successful vessel. For more details Tel: +34 659 011 071 or visit www.rafnar.is


EXTENDER E


xtender are the first folding tenders with a rigid keel made of rubber and fibreglass


designed to occupy less space on board and to offer more space (within the tender) once unloaded to water. They fold up easily in less than 2 minutes thanks to the patented closing system and are totally customisable in colours, finishing, accessories and lengths. They are engineered for a complete range of uses, from the biggest model EXT 645 (4,05 folded), EXT 610 (3.90m once folded), EXT 560 and EXT 520 (3.30 folded) and the family EXT 430/460/490 (2,70 m – 3.30m folded) also available in version S with a min. height of 0.85m at aft and 0.95m at bow thanks to an innovative engine rotation system. The Extender family also offers a hydro-jet engine model, the EXT 640 Idro (4.30m folded). Finally, the special shape of the vertical prow gives the tender a longer water line (about 95% of the overall length), enabling it to glide easily on the water even with a low power engine. This increases the comfort and safety during navigation. For more details Tel:+39 0375968490 or visit www.tender-extender.com


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