Like the other members of the Sportjet range, the 400 optimises practicality and entertainment. This versatile tender is equally suited to being a quiet, low emission runabout as it is to being a high octane extreme sports boat.
“We have been delighted with the response to the launch of the Sportjet range to date and look forward to introducing the Sportjet 400 to the world,” said Mathew Hornsby, sales director at Williams Performance Tenders. “The Cannes Yachting Festival and PSP Southampton Boat Shows are both highlights of the international boating calendar and offer the perfect opportunity to showcase our latest products and innovations.”
The Sportjet 400 contains a Rotax 4-TEC engine and is capable of reaching a top speed in excess of 39 knots while adhering to strict emission standards. As the desire to explore unspoiled wildlife or enjoy quiet holiday destinations continues to grow, so does the strength of the restrictions put in place to ensure this remains a possibility. Rotax 4-TEC engines comply with the strict CARB 3-star ultra-low-emission standard; it is also regarded as a one of the quieter engines in its class.
As the name and the top speed suggest the Sportjet 400 is not only an emission conscious creation. A sports platform, from which you can wakeboard, ski or go for a swim, as well as the impeller make the 400 ideal for outdoor activities. Rear facing seating towards the aft provides a practical area to watch the trials and tribulations of the sporting participants.
Other features include a convertible backrest for sunbathing, a folding helm and windshield, seating for five and a mere 520kg weight makes it ideal for storage and deployment. The Sportjet 400 is available in Neptune Grey, Basalt Black, Electro Blue and Lava Red.
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