Power & Motor Yacht - - EXPOSURE -

The “gen” in the name of this deluxe ten­der re­flects a new gen­er­a­tion of Walker Bay ten­ders, and the 14foot 9-inch sport boat has been up­dated and up­graded in a num­ber of ways, in­clud­ing a new look, thicker fab­ric, a wider rear bench seat, and bet­ter leg room be­neath the con­sole. De­signed to be stylis­hand of­fer high per­for­mance, the Gen 450 has room on the dash­board for GPS/ chart­plot­ter dis­plays be­hind the smoked wind­shield, and the high-back seat has rounded sides for sup­port on sharp turns. The L-shaped bow seat­ing is large enough for three peo­ple and dou­bles as a sun­pad with dual-layer foam cush­ion­ing. Two gen­er­ous stowage com­part­ments in the bow and un­der-seat stowage are aug­mented by a push-but­ton hy­draulic hatch in the stern to free the Gen 450 of clut­ter. With the fuel tank for­ward, this Walker Bay runs flat and, with a 60-horse­power out­board, tops out at bet­ter than 30 knots. Walker Bay, 888-315-1410; walker­bay.com

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