Meet “Miss Wonderly” – The Self-Charging Plug-In Hybrid Limousine Yacht Tender
From Thursday 21st to Sunday 24th April 2022, the 10.6m Falcon Tenders ‘Miss Wonderly’ was showcased at Luxury London Afloat. The boating event took place at St Katharine Docks, London, where ‘Miss Wonderly’ took center stage on the Thames.
Mark Pascoe adds:
“Sustainability is at the core of the Falcon Tenders brand appealing to the younger generation of yacht owners today as well as being relevant to the owners of tomorrow. We manufacture our main structures and small component mouldings using plant-based epoxy resin coming from the latest innovations in bio-based chemistry.
The hull and deck of the Falcon Tenders ‘Miss Wonderly’, limousine tender used lightweight foam sandwich construction for a stiff structure. Faired and painted to superyacht standards in high gloss Black Blue and Signal White, all the components are of the highest quality with attention to serviceability and longevity. The edge pressed bamboo veneers used for the main bulkheads in the interior are also sustainably sourced.
Inside Falcon Tenders ‘Miss Wonderly’
Mark Pascoe adds:
“Our clients demand the finest materials and extremely close attention to detail. And to excel their needs, we have sourced fine Scottish leather for the interior sofas from hides reared through a unique blend of animal husbandry and fertile grazing; combined with interesting textures and details from Foglizzo and Alcantara. The stone flooring is manufactured from lightweight 6mm porcelain, giving the appearance of natural stone. The interior design concept is to create a feeling of relaxation, calm, tranquillity and warmth, while blending subtle baby cane, metals and pearls Majilite fabrics, with Alcantara headlinings. To be complemented with naturally sourced leathers and veneers and stone flooring.
The main intention was to give the feeling of a Superyacht saloon and not a “water taxi”, as so many limousines resemble. This is exemplified by, the sofas which appear to be free standing rather than fixed bench seating; there are occasional corner tables and what appear to be free standing surround sound speakers creating a lounge feeling; and there are a further eight concealed speakers.
In addition, there is a huge central circular skylight feature. This is fitted with compound curved, chemically toughened laminated glass. By doing so, we’re creating an amazing feeling of light and space, with blue feature and warm white cluster lighting. Access to the main saloon is via automated glass sliding doors, fitted with an inflatable seal system to prevent any undesirable wind noise or moisture ingress.”
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