The Swedish company reRun designs and builds wooden boats with a classic appearance for the superyacht market. The company started in 2010 with the idea of launching a modern tender with a classic look. The design heritage comes from the boating style of the 1940s, with grand and alluring lines, beautiful and finely crafted details, all exuding genuine feeling. Each piece of wood is carefully chosen for the entirely handmade construction.
ReRun is highly influenced by Swedish, American and British boat design and the special feeling of vintage boating. The company is conservative in its use of sensitive wood from the rainforests. Construction employs a Swedish pine core and a mahogany veneer. The deck and interior are mahogany with clear e-glass reinforcement. The overall look, quality and feel of the boat remains the same as one of solid mahogany.
The reRun has a classic tender layout with the engines at the back, sofas at the front and the crew area forward of the engine room. The interior design is traditional, yet uses modern materials for enhanced comfort and functionality. The underbody is specially designed for water jet power. The boat uses the KaMeWa Rolls Royce water jet FF 240 with joystick steering system and stay-on-spot function. Top speed is 40 knots. Its has a hydraulic gangway and hydraulic poles integrated in the stairs. A hydraulic system is also used for the sliding side windows. All reRuns have three lifting points integrated in the specially designed hardware. All models include a toilet.
ReRun offers yacht designers the opportunity to design a tender to match the design of the mothership. Since every boat is handmade, reRun can be flexible in the building process.
For more information, see rerun.se.