The Turbojet 325 will rocket from standstill to 20 knots in four seconds flat and won't stop until the far side of 40 knots. In common with the entire Turbojet range, such performance is made possible by the torquey 98hp Weber engine driving through a high performance pump system. The Turbojet 325's spacious layout can accommodate four adults and one child in comfort, with luggage stowed in the forward locker and under the central seat. Her hull length promotes excellent low speed planing ability, giving a supremely stable platform for safe embarking/disembarking.
The Turbojet 445 shares many of the market leading features of the existing range but with increased capacity, more storage space and a host of innovative features and options. A new high torque jet pump and an expanded seating area enables the Turbojet 445 to carry six adults and one child in comfort. This increased thrust also delivers plenty of top end speed for waterskiing and fast coastal cruising, making the Turbojet 445 a truly versatile utility yacht tender.
The Turbojet 445 can also be specified to meet MCA LY2 rescue boat regulations.
The Dieseljet 565 steps up in size both in length and beam. Not only does this provide extra hull in the water for increased performance in rougher conditions, but also deck space is improved to allow for more storage and seating for 9 persons. She is fitted with the 150hp Yanmar diesel engine which delivers extra power through the Williams pump system, enabling the Dieseljet 565 to rise on the plane effortlessly even with a full complement of passengers.
All Turbojets and Dieseljets use water jet propulsion which means that there are no exposed propellers. This feature greatly enhances boating safety when in close proximity to people in the water, especially when combined with excellent low speed manoeuvrability.