The British company Cockwells has presented its new 10.5-meter Titian Tender. Cockwells held a private presentation for the guests and marine professionals at Port Pendennis Marina Falmouth (the United Kingdom) in May.
The concept of the tender belongs to the British design studio RWD. The daring exterior is in harmony with the interiors of the Cullum Bespoke, that knows a lot about the design of premium cars. The tender was made of yellow cedar and teak at the Mylor shipyard.
The tender can accommodate up to 6 guests under the shelter of an electric bimini. There is a galley and an electric shower on board.
The Titian Tender is equipped with Empirbus control system, lever control and automatic anchor system. Two Yanmar 8LV engines of 320hp twinned with a Hamilton drive engine. This powerful installation combined with an ultra-deep draft (just 0.55 meters) will allow the tender to pass shallow bays and remote anchorages.
Founder and Managing Director of Cockwells Dave Cockwell:
«Cockwells is gaining renown across the globe for its expertise in elevating the traditional skills of the artisan boatbuilder to meet the needs of the most discerning clients. We pride ourselves on resolving complex design challenges and incorporating innovations that meet the client’s precise requirements».
The British shipbuilder hopes to repeat the success of its 9.5-meter limousine, which won the ShowBoats Design Awards 2017 in the category of Tender and Support Vessel Design.