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Williams world release at Sydney Boat Show


'Williams Turbojet tender 2'    Propel PR    Click Here to view large photo

Leading inflatable boat distributor, Sirocco Marine, will host the world premiere of the new range of Williams Turbojet Tenders at the upcoming Sydney International Boat Show in August this year.

Following the worldwide success of the Turbojet range, Williams Performance Tenders have applied their unrivalled knowledge of the yacht tender market to launch the next generation of Turbojet models.

Managing Director of Sirocco Marine, Neil Webster said for such a strong European brand to remodel its’ entire range and release it in Australia is a significant affair. One in which, the International Directors of Williams will also be attending.

'Williams manufactures over 90% of the world’s jet tenders. They are a standard fitment across most major luxury boat brands including Princess, Sunseeker, Fairline, Ferretti and Pershing,' Mr. Webster said.

'We are all looking forward to the world release of the new 2014 Turbojet Tender models, which all boast a multitude of leading-edge design features; offering the customer greater reliability and safety, better fuel consumption and cheaper servicing costs.'

The 2014 range exhibits many new and exciting features, designed to improve comfort, economy and customer choice. New deck and helm mouldings, incorporating adjustable back supports and a subtly redesigned inflatable tube with stronger styling accents, frames SeaDek non-slip foot wells. Boarding the tender from the water is also made easier by the option of a concealed telescopic bathing ladder that has a deeper reach into the water.

Williams Turbojet tender -  Propel PR   Click Here to view large photo
Upgraded upholstery gives greater comfort and a sharper look whilst being constructed using a breathable design which results in less water retention.

From the first view of the helm position, the driver will notice improved visibility of the instrumentation through the new sports steering wheel. The optional Fusion MP3 music system is now controllable through a waterproof dash mounted remote control.

A new generation high torque Weber 850MPE engine gives blistering performance whilst delivering improved fuel efficiency, available with a choice of power outputs and a power reduction key offering a ‘learner mode’ for jet tender newcomers. These technological advancements mean the customer will see increases in performance, reliability and economy whilst benefitting from extended service intervals.

This groundbreaking powerplant is fitted with a catalytic converter making it one of the cleanest marine engines on the market, meeting all current emissions regulations worldwide.

Additional engine features include improved mid-range torque, complete electronic control/drive by wire, full onboard diagnostics system and improved fuel economy by up to 5%.

Both the 325 Turbojet 100hp and the 385 Turbojet 100hp will be on display at the Sirocco Marine stand during the Sydney International Boat Show.

More at www.siroccomarine.com.au


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