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This 32’ carbon fiber water limo tender transports up to twelve (12) guests in comfort & style, and is offered in excellent, clean condition. Gorgeous Italian leather interior and very low engine hours. Stored on land in its custom trailer, under cover, minutes away from a Miami marina.
Only two (2) of these custom limo tenders were ever built using the most advanced materials available and at an initial build cost of $1.5M; the other was commissioned for a well known billionaire.
Goetz water limo tenders are both rare and unique. The low profile makes them highly appealing, as this is one of the most luxurious means of Intracoastal cruising with zero bridge delays. This limo tender is fast, half the weight of its competitor, and comes equipped with four (4) A/C units, bow thruster and generator.
Eric Goetz, its Chief Technology Officer, is widely considered a pioneer in the development of advanced composites for high-performance applications. Some of Goetz previous accomplishments include:
1984 – Jubilation (Frers 54) introduced the extensive use of carbon fiber to reduce weight and increase strength in marine construction.
1990 – In conjunction with Stanford University Department of Aeronautics, MIT, and Hercules, Inc. (now Ashland), Eric Goetz led a team to build the first prepreg carbon boat in the United States. This program resulted in the successful Challenge for the 1992 America’s Cup (America3), 10 America’s Cup Challengers & Defenders, 5 Volvo Ocean Race (Whitbread) Campaigns.
Three (3) convenient passenger access points (port, starboard and teak stern area)