Superyacht Tenders and Toys unveils Roam 8 Adventure RIB

Superyacht Tenders and Toys (SYTT) has revealed its latest offering, the Roam 8. This has been produced in partnership with Naval Architects Argo Navis, and is part of the rapidly expanding Roam range of robust, no-nonsense, go-anywhere aluminium tenders designed for superyacht use.

SYTT says Roam RIBs have been designed with adventure in mind, whilst not compromising on deck space, comfort, or storage. As such, the blueprint is designed to accommodate storage for kayaks, SUVs, dive gear, wakeboards, Seabobs and much more.

It features a highly versatile aluminium hull which SYTT says makes the Roam RIB series ‘tough and infinitely customisable’ and also ‘carefully crafted to reduce the carbon footprint of both construction and afterlife’.

“Aluminium is a tough material and it can be fixed easily,” says Richard Booth, senior project manager at Superyacht Tenders and Toys. “If you run it up a beach somewhere you’re not that worried about it. It’s a very robust material. But what we love about it is its natural elements. GRP and fibreglass are man-made and you just can’t get rid of that stuff. It stays around forever, whereas with aluminium you can reuse every element of it.”

Roam’s stock RIBs are available in 8 or 10m. However, custom boats can be designed to any dimension and adapted to suit any garage, deck or berth. From concept and design to production and outfitting, SYTT says ROAM RIBs can be built in as little as six months.

Earlier this year Superyacht Tenders and Toys (SYTT) has announced its partnership with the Superyacht Life Foundation, which was set up to aid the perception of the superyacht industry in the wider world.

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