Press

EYOS Published Articles

A selection of articles published by EYOS in the nautical press. Click the images to read the full articles.

Motor Boat & Yachting

Motor Boat & Yachting
Windy SR26

Those wizards at EYOS Tenders have worked their magic once again and, in conjunction with Windy, churned out this new superyacht tender, the SR26.

Read more  

The Superyacht Report

The Superyacht Report
Types of Tender

John Apps, managing director of EYOS Tenders, an independent tender consultant, explains the different types of tender that owners can choose from and presents a case study based on personal experience.

Read more  

Superyacht Industry

Superyacht Industry
Understanding needs and options

Read more  

Crew Report

Crew Report
How many tenders do I need for my new build yacht?

This is a fairly standard question that we are asked at some stage of a new build project. The answer we give is very much dependent on when you ask the question. If you ask it prior to the yacht being designed and drawn up, the answer is easy: whatever you like and as many as you like.

Read more  

Crew Report

Crew Report
Top Tender Trumps

The importance of choosing a tender to match your needs and space cannot be underestimated. Pick the right one and you will enjoy smoother operations with fewer maintenance issues for years. Tcr has put together a round up of the hottest options on the market to help your operations run like a dream. We recruited the experts at consultancy eyos Tendersw to share their wisdom on each of the entries.

Read more  

Crew Report

Crew Report
How do you end up with the wrong tender?

It is every crewmember’s dream to have maintenance-free equipment onboard. Unfortunately there are few such items that are not considered disposable. For example, some watersports equipment has reached the point where it is bought with one, maybe two, seasons of life in mind. Tenders, however, are a completely different story.

Read more  

Crew Report

Crew Report
Is there such a thing as a maintenance-free tender?

It is every crewmember’s dream to have maintenance-free equipment onboard. Unfortunately there are few such items that are not considered disposable. For example, some watersports equipment has reached the point where it is bought with one, maybe two, seasons of life in mind. Tenders, however, are a completely different story.

Read more  

Crew Report

Crew Report
Where can I source new tenders in a retro style?

A growing trend we have seen developing over the past few years – but with rapid growth in the last 12 months – is classic-style tenders. These boats are specifi cally styled to look old, with the graceful, sweeping lines of traditional launches (such as those of the Riva Aquarama) but with the implementation of modern construction techniques, up-to-date equipment such as air conditioning, navigation equipment and the use of new materials such as carbon fi bre rather than traditional woods.

Read more  

Crew Report

Crew Report
How do I find the perfect robust tenders to complement an expedition superyacht?

Expedition yachts are a growing sector of the market and also represent a certain number of yacht owners who want to be able to cruise to virtually any location with their yacht. But what type of tender would you carry onboard an expedition yacht planning to visit the more remote locations of the world?

Read more  

Crew Report

Crew Report
How should you design a superyacht with its tenders in mind?

The design of a yacht requires a great deal of input from multiple parties from the owner and their family to the owner’s rep, captain, yacht designers, shipyard, chief engineer and crewmembers. The experience from each of these individuals can make the difference between a good yacht and a superb one, built specifically for the intended use and required practicalities of the owner and their guests.

Read more  

Crew Report

Crew Report
What should I consider when choosing a multi-purpose tender?

Not all yachts have the luxury of a fleet of tenders to perfectly match each journey’s need. But this does not mean you should be left ferrying the owner about in an unsightly workboat. Here are some suggestions of multi-purpose tenders to meet a range of requirements.

Read more  

Crew Report

Crew Report
Buying Large Tenders

As yachts get larger and have a greater capacity for guests, bigger tenders are required to cater to their growing needs. But what should be considered when buying a large tender and what are the best assets to look out for?

Read more  

Crew Report

Crew Report
What type of drive unit is the best for my tender?

When deciding upon a new tender it is easy to underestimate the pitfalls of replacing your current boat. Making the wrong decision can mean you are burdened with the mistake for years to come. In the first of a new series, a tender consultant considers engine and drive unit options, a major consideration in the specification of a tender.

Read more  

Yachting Matters & The Yacht Owner

Yachting Matters & The Yacht Owner
The Tender Market; What's New?

Having just returned from Düsseldorf Boat Show after spending 10 days exploring 17 halls displaying the latest of marine offerings from around the world, it is obvious that there has been a sea change in the market brought about by the recession and financial insecurity.

Read more  

Yachting Matters & The Yacht Owner

Yachting Matters & The Yacht Owner
The Tender Market; What's New?

Having just returned from Düsseldorf Boat Show after spending 10 days exploring 17 halls displaying the latest of marine offerings from around the world, it is obvious that there has been a sea change in the market brought about by the recession and financial insecurity.

Read more