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Argos Yachts debuts 10-foot tender

Yacht designer Patrizio Facheris designed the Argos Nautic 305 yacht tender to provide seating and legroom for four passengers.
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The new Nautic 305 from Argos Yachts is a 10-foot tender that seeks to maximize the space on board.

The new Nautic 305 from Argos Yachts is a 10-foot tender that seeks to maximize the space on board.

Yacht designer Patrizio Facheris designed the Argos Nautic 305 yacht tender to provide seating and legroom for four passengers.

The tender, designed in collaboration with Facheris Design, is a 10-foot center console RIB that fits in most midsize yacht garages. The boat can travel 36 mph and is powered by a 40-hp outboard.

Each RIB is fully customized, but there is a list of standard features. The company said color combinations are almost unlimited; features include a tilting Isotta steering wheel, custom Italian cleats and fittings, teak flooring and a Fusion sound system.

Prices range from $30,000 to $42,000, depending on the options.

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