This 11.75m super-yacht tender ‘T2 Artefact’ hails from the drawing board of Bakewell-White Yacht Design, with striking looks designed to reflect her mothership's styling, and a quality of finish to complement Nobiskrug’ s superb craftsmanship, the Artefact tender is a truly exceptional custom vessel.
A multipurpose vessel T2 Artefact’s layout is practical and versatile. The focus of the design was to deliver the best possible guest experience: comfort, stability and quietness. The walk-around teak decks have been left as clear as possible with no tripping hazards to catch the toes of the unwary and there are plenty of seating options, all high off the water with great sight-lines to better observe the natural world. The cockpit is self-draining, cleats are flush, there is a deep underfloor hatch for fenders, a huge, deep anchor locker, and a demount-able stainless-steel fairlead.
Powered by twin D6 370hp Volvo stern drives, she is capable of 45 knots. Equipped with C-Zone system integration, WASSP seafloor mapping, FLIR night vision and a Seakeeper 3 gyro, no expense has been spared in appointing this vessel with the latest technology.
Everything about the design of T2 Artefact is tailored to ensure the comfort and safety of her guests. As a super-yacht tender, T2 Artefact has a variety of roles to fill, but transportation and recreation for Artefact’s guests is paramount, whether going ashore, heading out fishing or diving, experiencing marine wildlife, or simply exploring one of the many exotic locations the super-yacht will visit. Her recreational duties also include serious game fishing, so she’s equipped with a removable game chair and outrigger poles, along with fixed through-gunwale rod holders and custom-built tuna tubes and live-bait tank. She is capable of both luxury transportation and extreme recreational activities.
With lines and styling only achievable from a custom build she is crafted to an uncompromising level of quality. The extensive use of teak are a nod to tradition, balanced by function and looks that step into the future.