Designed by London-based H2 Yacht Design Studio, the 123-metre superyacht Al Lusail features a generous garage, which houses two 11.2-metre limousine tenders, a 9.1-metre utility tender and an 8.2-metre D-RIB, providing plenty of options for enjoying time at sea.
The most impressive vessels in the tender fleet are the limousine tenders, which have been designed to match the exterior styling of their mothership. The yard’s in-house designer Patrick Banfield worked in close collaboration with London-based H2 Yacht Design in order to achieve such a well-combined styling.
Among the most remarkable features onboard Compass Tenders, there is the more-than-two-metre headroom in the passenger area, iPad controlled RGB lighting and soft marine-grade leather, which combine to create a light and relaxing environment. Moreover, tinted windows allow for amazing views on the surrounding seascape without compromising on privacy.
The 11.2-metre Compass tenders are propelled by a twin 300hp Volvo Penta D4 sterndrive engine set-up, allowing for a top speed of 38 knots and for a sporty ride for up to ten guests and two crewmembers.
After the delivery of her new Compass tenders, already stored in the superyacht’s garage, Al Lusail is now cruising across the Mediterranean, heading to Genoa in Italy.