The Falmouth boatbuilders have come out with a sleek, asymmetric design for a 21-foot tender

Cockwell’s in-house designer Henry Ward has released images of his latest design, the 650SR tender.

This sleek, asymmetric design features prominent bow panelling in teak, while the powertrain relies on a 155bhp Weber MPE 850 motor to reach its approximate top speed of 34 knots.

The 21-footer is designed around the helm, with the skipper placed at the centre of the action, while four passengers can be accommodated as well.

A lift-up coolbox allows for chilled drinks, while the Fusion marine stereo system takes care of the music aboard this one-tonne tender.

As Cockwells has not got around to building one yet, all the details remain purely theoretical, but make no mistake – this is the stuff that dayboat dreams are made of.

Meanwhile, for the superyacht market, Cockwells has also unveiled the 10.5m Limousine Tender, with the Sebastiano Prolo design inspired by Venetian taxi boats (see below).

This five-tonne vessel uses twin Steyr Hybrid 286hp engines to achieve a top speed of 38 knots, although you will need seriously deep pockets to afford one.