It’s a Workhorse and a Thoroughbred
The term Workhorse refers to a particular type of horse that was bred to haul heavy loads all day long without tiring. On the other end of the spectrum is the Thoroughbred. The Thoroughbred was bred to race. It can reach levels of performance that other horses simply cannot. A Munson tender comes from a long line of both. Huge loads are not a problem. Dock or no dock, you can run aground, load or unload passengers and gear, then run back to your vessel with agility & performance.
While tenders are used for a wide variety of transportation tasks, one of the most important features of a tender is the ability to move passengers to and from the beach. Delivering a group of excited guests to a beach picnic, exploring a remote stretch of shoreline or simply loading up passengers & gear from wherever you need to be, nothing gives you the unrestricted access of a Munson Yacht Tender.
Model: 17-1 Tender
Cayman Islands: M/Y Eos is a is one of the largest private sailing yachts in the world at 93m. Munson designed and constructed this tender to fit into one of the its unique tender wells. Outfitting includes a 4-into-1 lifting system, fresh water wash down with shower wand, stereo, flip out dive ladder with removable stainless-steel embarkation pole, fold-down seats as well as port and starboard boarding points with collapsible steps and removable stainless-steel grab rail for easy egress and ingress.
Model: 19-4 Tender
Fort Lauderdale, FL: This Munson serves as a yacht tender with single point lifting system. Boat is used to transport two Suzuki DRZ 400 motorcycles, crew and misc. gear. Boat was designed to fit in existing yacht tender storage cradle. Equipment includes four stainless pop-up cleats, swim step, D-rubber fendering, LED courtesy deck lighting, engine box with stainless steel single point lifting eye, Garmin GPSMAP 740S multi-function plotter/sounder, tow post, and foredeck flip-up bench seating
Model: 19-13 Tender
Cayman Islands: This sleek 19’ Munson yacht tender is used to shuttle guests and divers to remote sites away from the mothership. Flip-up benches provide seating for 6 passengers. Additional outfitting includes a tow post, dive ladder, lifting eyes, Garmin 742xs plotter/sounder, Flexiteak decking and matching painted cradle for the mothership.
Model: 21-32 Tender
Cayman Islands: This 21’ Munson is used as a tender to a Delta 62m motor yacht to support sport fishing, scuba diving, and wake boarding activities. Outfitting includes a 3 point lifting system, center console with folding roof for tender garage storage, hydraulic bow door, live bait well, rod holders, 12V anchor winch, tow post, dive bottle racks, dive ladder, Garmin 7610 plotter/sounder, VHF & UHF radios, and Bluetooth stereo with 8 speakers.
Model: 23-3 Tender
Majuro, Marshall Islands: M/V SuRI is a 201ft motor yacht that hosts Antarctic Peninsula cruises. They use Munson is used to transport a Yamaha Rhino UTV to shore. Other duties include crabbing, shrimping and lobster fishing responsibility. Four-way lifting eyes and a custom cradle allow her to be secured on deck, and inflatable Polyform fendering keeps the knocks at bay while tied alongside. A 48" T-top provides seating for two.
Model: 23-28 Sport
Pompano, FL: This nicely finished 23’ sport model is built for fun in the sun. Features include stand up paddle board racks, port & starboard side doors, bow door dive ladder, Flexiteek synthetic teak decking, 15 gallon fresh water washdown system, Yeti cooler, and underwater transom lights. Electronics include a Garmin 7212 plotter with radar, sounder, sat. weather, AIS, auto pilot, VHF and Kenwood KDC stereo with bluetooth and SiriusXM radio.
Model: 24-33 Tender
Valletta, Malta: This 24’ Munson serves as a yacht tender for the 77m superyacht M/V Yersin. Outfitting includes a four point lifting system, side boarding doors, anchor windlass with pulpit, dive bottle racks, dive ladder, trim tabs, battery charger, block heater and oil change pump. Electronics include a Simrad NSE8 plotter with integrated radar, sounder, class B AIS, and VHF radio. A canvas boat cover and cradle was supplied for storage on the mothership.
Model: 28-68 Tender
The Netherlands: This 28’ Catamaran Tender was built to service a Damen Exploration Yacht. Outfitting includes a unique low profile roof top lifting system, port and starboard boarding doors, removable tow post, fuel transfer pump, fresh water wash down with shower wand, stereo, Garmin navigation suite, flip out pedestrian ramp on the bow door, 12v LED spot light, dive bottle rack, dive ladder, interceptor trim tabs,12v anchor windlass and hydraulic jack plates.
Model: 30-51 Tender
Bahamas: The 30’ Monsoon lives aboard a 48 meter yacht to serve as a fishing, diving and beach tender. The cabin accommodates seating for up to 8 passengers and includes a head, galley and air conditioning. Flybridge controls with joystick piloting offers excellent visibility when navigating over shallow reefs. The main deck and rooftop are finished with SeaDek to keep surfaces cool in intense heat and sun. Cargo deck tie down pockets allow for transport of various motorcycles to and from the mothership. A fuel transfer pump with 12’ hose and nozzle allows her to refuel other tenders on board.
Model: 34-34 Tender
Muscat, Oman: A pair of these 34’ tenders are used for transporting full size vehicles, divers, and personnel from the mothership. Outfitting includes seating for 15 passengers, side boarding doors, dive ladder, fresh water washdown system, 2000 watt inverter, battery charger, Garmin radar/plotter/sounder, stereo with 4 speakers, rubber deck matting, and 12V anchor windlass.
Model: 34-49 Tender
Cayman Islands: This finely finished 34’ Munson beach tender is used on board a 68m support yacht. The console T-top and windshield fold down, making the overall loading height under 2.5m. Accommodations include plush seating for 17 guests plus 2 crew, port and starboard side boarding doors and fully enclosed head compartment with hot water and Corian countertop. Additional outfitting includes Yamaha HelmMaster joystick controls, SeaKeeper 3 gyro stabilizer, Flexiteek decking, 3-point vessel lifting eyes, polished stainless railings, hydraulic bow door, Bob’s Machine Shop hydraulic jack plates, interceptor trim tabs, bow thruster, Raymarine Axiom Pro navigation suite and WeatherMax canvas boat cover.
Model: 38-20 Tender
Abu Dhabi, UAE: This 38’ Munson is used as a tender for a superyacht in the Middle East. Its multifunctional design serves to transport personnel and vehicles as well as diving excursions away from the mothership. The air-conditioned cabin includes seating for 10 persons. Additional outfitting includes four-point lifting eyes, port and starboard side dive doors, bow and stern dive ladders, dive bottle racks, push knees, tow post, anchor windlass and Hamilton Jet Blue Arrow MouseBoat maneuvering controller.
Model: 38-26 Tender
Cyprus: This 38’ Munson Yacht Tender lives aboard an 130m super yacht and is used to ferry cargo and personnel to exotic ports of call around the world. Outfitting includes an enclosed wheelhouse with air conditioner, bench seating for eight passengers, Maxilift M230 Deck crane, port and starboard side boarding doors, tow post, bow and stern anchor pulpits, tie down pockets, four point lifting system, hydraulic bow door, flip up deck seats, dive bottle rack and Raymarine navigation suite.
Model: 44-6 Tender
Cypress: This 44’ Munson Yacht Tender lives aboard a 142 meter yacht and serves as a ferry for two land rovers, a dive boat and a parasailing platform. Outfitting includes a bow station, dive bottle rack, side boarding ladder, four-point lifting system, dropped side for vehicle loading, parasailing winch and bow and stern anchor pulpits.
Our clients say it best…
“I wanted to thank you for the opportunity to take part in the sea trials of our tender vessel. Jon and Steve were first rate, both Rob and I were provided an in-depth overview of the vessels electronic/mechanical systems before taking the vessel out for a test run. She performed admirably and I am very pleased with each and every upgrade. Thanks again and hope to see you in the near future.”
Mitch – Sea Exploration, Inc.
Wilmington, North Carolina