Tenders: Novurania

A low profile certainly is a good thing when it comes to tenders. Florida-based Novurania’s range of Chase tenders has made that case since the series’ introduction. The range now includes the newer 23 and the 27 diesel-powered tenders, able to seat 10 and 12 people respectively.
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A low profile certainly is a good thing when it comes to tenders. Florida-based Novurania’s range of Chase tenders has made that case since the series’ introduction. The range now includes the newer 23 and the 27 diesel-powered tenders, able to seat 10 and 12 people respectively. Based on the same deep-V hull design that makes them great sea boats, these sturdy composites fit neatly into a tight garage and have creature comforts in mind. The marine-leather upholstered seats (other finishes are available) have armrests with cup holders for cool drinks and removable canopies offer sun and wind protection. The flat aft deck provides a nice platform for swimmers to slide into the waves, and a removable boarding ladder is available to climb back on. Removable safety rails provide additional safety under way. The smallest in the range (which also includes the larger Chase 31 and 38), the Chase 19 is now even better suited for tight garages. The hinged console swivels down below the gunwale level, bringing the stowage height to 3 feet 10 inches (or 1,168 mm).

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