BRONSON 36 ISLANDER

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BRONSON 36 ISLANDER

The Bronson 36 is a tender. A tender built of indestructible, maintenancefree and lightweight aluminium.

But the Bronson 36 also features a number of qualities that set it apart from all other tenders. The back of the Bronson folds open with a press of a button on the remote control. A colossal terrace folds open like an oyster. You can moor with the hidden anchor. Or stabilise the Bronson by extending the spud poles to transform your tender into an island...

In the hold of the Bronson you can make an ‘a la carte’ choice from stainless steel design furniture, from a lounge couch to reclining chairs. You can choose the layout of your Bronson depending on your mood, the weather and your company. The Bronson is the boat you want every day, and every day it can be different. That is made possible by the Bronson’s unique vario-layout. After going for a swim you can take a hot shower with the shower unit that briefly takes the place of the deck washing tap. And the closable toilet ensures that what is private stays private. Completely heated, of course. Also heated, and warming, is the double bed in the forward part of the boat. For when romance beats ‘we’re going home’.

But the Bronson 36 is a tender. A tender that can move very fast when necessary and permissible. With a very small draft, for all canals or - preferably - tropical beaches. Fitted with technology on the dashboard for which 1 finger is enough. Enough to control your Bronson on the 17 inch Yacht Control touch screen. From navigation lighting to electric cockpit hatch, from plotter to refrigerator. With 1 finger ... full in control of your yacht.

The Bronson 36 Islander a tender... isn’t it?

SPECIFICATIONS

Length: 10.55 m.
Beam: 3.00m ( 4.55 m with open wings)
Draft: 0.70 m.
Weight: 5500 KG
Engine: Standard propulsion :Yanmar LY8 370 HP
Max propulsion : 2 x 260 HP
Construction: aluminium


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