The Intender 700 offers the flexibility of a fully open or closed off transom through it's simple folding door, allowing the spacious cockpit to connect fluidly to the large swimming platform. The truly unique feature is the steering bench at the stern which converts to a triple sundeck. This tender is for those who enjoy modern design, comfort and strong sports performance; with the 33hp diesel reaching 11 knots.
This Intender 700 comes with Cream White hull and tops, Honey Esthec flooring and Taupe canvas. The upgraded Silverguard seating upholstery is beige with cream piping. Extras include Bimini and sunbed.
New order today would be 58,707 euros or £53,370 @ 1.1
2018 Build, commissioned 2019.
Puddening on rope fendering
Luxury edition steering wheel 60cm - wooden
Esthec on floor, boarding steps and engine box - colour honey
Esthec on bathing platform - colour honey
Esthec on foredeck and gangways - colour honey
Bimini sun cover with frame - colour taupe
Upgraded silverguard cushions - colour beige with cream piping
Stainless steel bow pulpit railings
Waterline processed in gel coat
2 coats of anti-fouling system with heavy coat primer
Fire extinguisher 2 kg
Stainless steel bow protection strip
Stainless steel flagpole with holder and ensign
Stainless steel helm skeg (for protection of rudder and propellor)
Anchor locker with water drain
Isolated cool box in front bench locker (content approx 75 l)
12 volt connection to steering column
Complete navigation lights: pull-out stern light and port/starboard lights
Manual bilge pump
Integrated bathing platform with step and stainless steel protective strip
Bathing platform lockable with integrated foldable transom
Stainless steel boarding ladder on bathing platform
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