Argos Nautic will unveil its new 11-foot semi-custom tender called the 330 JET at the Miami Yacht Show on Collins Avenue starting Feb. 15. Powered by a Textron 850 MPE intercooled, turbocharged, four-stroke engine, the new RIB tops out at 48 mph.
The new 11-footer is the smallest of the Miami-based company’s three models, which go up to 13’ 6.” With a beam of 5’ 8” and weighing only 750 pounds fully rigged, the 330 JET is designed to fit into many cruising boats’ garages. It has a built-in, 10-gallon fuel tank, and lots of storage for luggage, coolers and water sports. Dual swim platforms and an integrated swim ladder provide easy access to the water.
Founded in 2009, Argos Nautic uses hand-laid lamination, composite materials and European accessories in its boats. They can be customized in terms of color and interior per the owner’s wishes.
“A new legend, the 330 JET is the perfect marriage of exquisite styling, thoughtful design and incredible performance,” says Patrick Sullivan, Argos Nautic’s VP of sales and marketing. For more: