Charter Yacht BERZINC’s Flying Tender

The 44m/145ft motor yacht BERZINC has taken her offering of water toys one step further than most with this incredible flying tender, shown here in this video shot off the coast of the Caribbean island of St Vincent.

Luxury charter yachts are continually pushing the boundaries of design and superyacht facilities to set themselves apart from the competition. From submarines to movie theatres, it seems anything is possible on board a superyacht these days and BERZINC’s unique offering certainly doesn’t disappoint. 

The flying tender was created by Polaris Motor srl and allows charter guests the exhilarating experience of seeing their chosen charter destination by air as well as by water.  The simple yet effective design consists of a motorised hand glider that needs just a short take-off and landing distance and can be mastered in around 10 hours of flight lessons. This means that charter guests who desire to take the helm for themselves can arrange to have the sufficient flying time under their belt before they embark on their luxury charter vacation.

Despite being built in 1978, superyacht BERZINC has been continually upgraded and refitted to ensure she offers the ultimate in modern comforts. The luxurious, contemporary style of her interior is complimented by vast outdoor spaces and a wide selection of amenities. She also features an amphibious car which combined with the flying tender provides the ideal platform for exploring the Caribbean islands.

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The flying tender was created by Polaris Motor srl and allows charter guests the exhilarating experience of seeing their chosen charter destination by air as well as by water

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