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Argos Nautic set to debut 13-foot tender at Yachts Miami Beach

The new Argos Nautic 396 is powered by a single 40- to 70-hp outboard and can travel as fast as 36 mph.

The new Argos Nautic 396 is powered by a single 40- to 70-hp outboard and can travel as fast as 36 mph.

Argos Nautic is launching its new flagship model, the 396, a 13-foot luxury RIB tender that will be on display at the Feb.16-20 Yachts Miami Beach show.

Argos Nautic said the new tender’s contemporary style is from yacht designer Patrizio Facheris, who has created a boat with a 6.8-foot beam that will seat five people and has ample storage.

Powered by a single 40- to 70-hp outboard, the 925-pound boat can travel as fast as 36 mph.

The price starts at $35,000.

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