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The Venture 13 is the World’s most versatile 13’ Tender.  The Venture 13’s outstanding versatility is the result of extensive testing, refinement and the use of the latest technology to combine comfort, performance and style. What makes the Venture 13 so versatile is how the features incorporated into its design enable you to do more with it.

There are features for entertaining, exploring, diving, fishing, tow sports, surfing and cocktail cruising all incorporated into a very comfortable layout, a stylish design and sporty handling.


The Venture Family of Explorer Sport Tenders

The Venture is the World’s First Luxury Explorer Sport Tender line.  It is designed for yacht owners and operators of explorer and long range cruising yachts and also for express cruisers and sportfish yachts who want to get the most out of their time on the water and entertain their guests in comfort.

The versatile, comfortable design also makes them suitable as a primary boat or runabout. They have room to comfortably accommodate friends or family for outings or for spending an afternoon together filled with fun activities and watersports but still small enough to tie up at a dinghy dock.


Package price shown is with Tohatsu engine unless otherwise noted

Walker Bay Venture 13 / 50HP PKG

    • Flip-up bolster seat for 3 driving positions.
    • Aerodynamic console with recessed tilt steering and flush mount throttle.
    • Console dash accommodates a 9″ chartplotter, gauges, stereo and handheld VHF.
    • Practical boarding steps aft, port, starboard and in the bow.
    • Integrated folding ladder for easy reboarding after diving, snorkeling, skiing.
    • Entertainment features, 5 stainless steel beverage holders, built in cooler, room for a stereo control on the dash.
    • More storage. Fuel and shower water tanks built in under the floor so they don’t take up valuable gear storage space.
    • Genuinely comfortable bow seating.
    • 4 lifting point locations with 7 lifting rings to accommodate different lifting systems and keep the pick point as low as possible.
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