Towing your tender can be a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be. You just need to know the right way to do it.
A tender is a boat that is used for carrying passengers and supplies on smaller vessels, such as sailboats or yachts. It can also be used as a dinghy or lifeboat on larger boats.
Tenders are usually towed by the main vessel when they are not in use in order to save space on deck and keep them out of the way of other people who might be working near them.
Discover the secrets to towing your tender without it fishtailing along behind you or sliding precariously along sideways down your V-wash.
In the following video, we watch Brendon Grieve from Motoryachts Unlimited as as he explains how to safely tow your tender. After forging a career spanning three decades working in the luxury end of recreational boating, Brendon decided to put his experience into his own business hence, Motoryachts Unlimited was established. As a well respected member of the marine industry, during this time Brendon was able to grow a vast network of business partners both locally and internationally.