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Having finalized the sale during last year’s Monaco Yacht Show, the limousine tender will soon be delivered to its prestigious 95-meter superyacht mothership, also being built in Greece.The 9.75-meter tender has exceeded predicted performance markers during sea trials over the last week, reaching a top speed of 42 knots, which is practically unheard of for a limousine tender with such small engines. The impressive pace of the 321L is in part thanks to a novel ultra-light lamination technique that has been employed by Onda, using a new combination of composite materials including carbon vinyl ester. Complemented by the 321L’s innovative double-step, deep-V hull and a lightweight yet powerful propulsion system, the performance results speak for themselves. The tender has been extensively insulated to minimise the noise and vibration experienced by passengers in the cabin, without loss to speed potential.The chic limousine has been custom-built with numerous owner’s requests incorporated, while maintaining the tried-and-tested platform used on Onda’s previously delivered 321L limo Custom elements include a teak cabin interior to complement the leather seating for 10 passengers, a small refrigerator, an espresso machine and a unique colorway to work in harmony with the mothership. This 321L also features adaptations to the Onda fender system that give an overall sleeker look.A skylight extends the full length of the cabin, while the navigation console forward of the interior space allows guests to enjoy complete privacy from the two crew while underway. Twin inboard motors provide ample space for guest-focused features to the aft of the tender, including an expansive swim platform with direct access to the water.
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