HAMPSHIRE, U.K. – Williams Jet Tenders will exhibit its newly upgraded Dieseljet 625 model at the 2015 Monaco Yacht Show – the same model recently delivered to the family trust of Formula One’s Eddie Jordan.
The Dieseljet 625 carries 11 people and is powered by a 180HP Yanmar 4BY3 Diesel or an optional 260HP Yanmar 6BY3 Diesel ‘S’ engine, capable of reaching speeds of up to 48mph/71kph.
The model benefits from major investment into Williams’ Dieseljet range, with upgrades designed to make these highly popular models even more versatile, practical and stylish. Fully embracing digital developments in the superyacht sector, the new range benefits from Williams’ first ever completely digital dashboard. Williams has partnered with marine electronics specialists Raymarine to develop the innovative dashboard which, when coupled with the Raymarine chartplotter option, offers customers even greater connectivity.
All four models in the Dieseljet range feature a new deck, designed to accommodate a modified forward boarding position. Styling updates to the range include carbon fibre inlay on the dashboard, a new premium steering wheel and ski pole as standard. New lifting point positions make fitment even easier for superyacht owners and additional practical touches include new tube steps forward as standard, optional boarding poles and a free draining cockpit floor.
“We are looking forward to Monaco Yacht Show, which is always a real highlight of the superyacht calendar,” said Mathew Hornsby, sales director at Williams Jet Tenders. “We will be showcasing the upgrades recently made to the Dieseljet range, with our new 625 model on display, and look forward to hearing our customers’ reaction to design touches like our new digital dashboard. We’ll be telling visitors more about our new Sportjet 400, the latest addition to our growing range.”
The Williams team will be on hand at the show to talk existing owners and visitors through the 11-strong range, in particular the third Sportjet model, which will be unveiled to the world at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2015. The Sportjet 400 is powered by the Rotax 4-TEC 125HP engine and capable of reaching speeds in excess of 45mph/72kph.
For more information, please visit www.williamsjettenders.com