Williams Jet Tenders unveils redesigns of DieselJet 445 and 505

Williams Jet Tenders has unveiled a redesign of its DieselJet 445 (above) and DieselJet 505 models.

The company says the new DieselJet 445 and 505 both feature slash-cut tube design to aid fore and aft stability whilst underway.

There is a new helm layout featuring a centrally mounted multi-functional Raymarine Axiom 7 display as standard, with two dedicated storage areas to port and starboard of the screen. A flush fit, black Navix panel, in combination with a row of push button control switches, complements the overall helm design.

A contoured upholstery design has been implemented using silvertex material options. This includes an integrated boarding pole location in the helm backrest, to help make boarding safe, stable and easy.

Both models feature a redesigned transom, and a larger bathing platform with a single lateral stainless steel grab handle.

The DieselJet 505 now has an additional seat in front of the helm console, increasing the tender capacity to 8+1. The 5.03m tender has a 68-litre fuel tank as standard and is powered by a 110HP Yanmar 4JH4 diesel engine.

The DieselJet 445 offers functional seating in the bow thanks to moving the helm position aft, increasing capacity to 7+1. The 4.5m tender features a 68-litre fuel tank as standard and is powered by a 110HP Yanmar 4JH4 diesel engine.

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