The 26-foot (8-m) DC25 yacht tender from DutchCraft is designed to do a little of everything the modern day captain and sportsman might need from a center console boat. Using simple deck-mounted rails, the boat easily transforms from a breezy pleasure craft, to a sporty dive or fishing boat, to a capable superyacht tender, to an empty toy carrier. An all-electric stern drive ensures it navigates the waters with the utmost silence, leaving no emissions in its wake.
Much like many of the multifunctional camper van commuters we cover regularly, the basis of the DC25’s flexibility is its rail system, creating multiple boats inside a single hull. Longitudinal rails integrated into the deck allow owners to quickly secure down or remove various furniture, equipment and cargo.
DC25 owners can host family and friends by configuring the sofas in various ways, mounting them laterally or longitudinally, in forward-facing rows or vis-à-vis layouts, facing out toward the water, and so on. They can also strip the furniture out and have an open deck for hauling equipment or cargo, including an ATV or two PWCs. Or they can set the boat up for specific purposes by adding modules like the eight-dive-kit rack or the fishing pole holder.