The VQ16 generated lots of attention from day one, and dozens of them have already been built. It didn’t take long before people were asking…
… for a smaller version. This is how the VQ11 came into being.
Unique in the market today
The Vanqraft VQ11 is a crossover between a yacht tender and a water scooter designed in close collaboration with Guido de Groot Design. Just like the VQ16, it is unique in the market today.
A radical innovation, the VQ11 is a typical VQ Yachts concept that responds to a clear demand expressed by clients. It is especially well suited for the tender garage in the VQ58. Clearly a real VQ yacht, even from a distance, it can be fully adapted to the taste of its new owner – for instance, being painted in the same colour scheme as the mother yacht.
Fun to the max
The Vanqraft VQ11 is powered by a Seadoo petrol engine and jet drive reserve drive function and will be able to reach speeds of 40 knots. The boat is 335 cm long and has a beam of 160 cm and a draught of just 25 cm. This makes it an exciting alternative to the Williams 325 tender.
- Extraordinary manoeuvrability
- Remarkable comfort compared to other watercraft
- Suitable for wakeboarding and water-skiing
- Exceptionally advanced technology
- Built in the Netherlands
- And, of course, its huge capacity for entertainment.
Seadoo service points are available all over the world so repairs can be performed anywhere.