Cockwells - TT Malahne

T/T Malahne (2016)

Designer: G.L. Watson & Co


With her varnished Brazilian mahogany hull and deck, and quilted maple veneer trimming, the bespoke tender that we created for the restored 50m motor yacht, Malahne certainly attracts attention.


To complement the look and feel of the mothership, we designed her in the spirit of the 1930s with a strip-planked yellow cedar hull and chrome fittings cast from period originals.


A unique vessel that strikes the perfect balance between classical elegance and modern technology, T/T Malahne can reach a speed of 35 knots courtesy of her 258hp Steyr engine, and transports up to eight guests and crew in style.

  • Cockwells - TT Malahne interior
  • Cockwells - TT Malahne interior
  • Cockwells - TT Malahne interior
  • Cockwells - TT Malahne interior
  • Cockwells - TT Malahne
  • Cockwells - TT Malahne
  • RCD category C
  • Length overall 7.6m
  • Beam 2.295m
  • Design draft (hull) 0.4m
  • Draft max 8.4 m
  • Displacement (lightship) approx. 1.5t
  • Displacement (fully loaded) approx. 2.7t
  • Engine 258hp Steyr SE286 E40 marine diesel
  • Fuel tank capacity 160l
  • Maximum speed 35 knots
  • Seating 8 + 2 crew
Key Features
  • Swimming/beach ladder
  • Varnished mahogany
  • Storage for life-saving appliances
  • 6 bilge pumps
  • Stainless steel ski pole with mounted socket and storage
  • Strip plank construction
  • Outdrive propulsion
  • Awning-covered seating area for 8
  • Spray hood for helm position
  • 4 fold-down passenger seats
  • Marine leather upholstery for seating, engine box and dashboard trim
  • Boarding steps on port side
  • 12V DC system
  • Cooler locker
  • 220V AC charging when connected to shore power

Wherever she goes, the classic lines and gleaming varnish of this tender will turn heads at first glance. Those who get the chance for a closer look will be further impressed by the exemplary standard of workmanship and superb detailing throughout.”


  • Profile
    • Deck Plan
      Deck Plan
      Henry Ward

      Contact us to find out more

      Henry Ward

      Design Director

      Cockwells - TT Grace E

      May we introduce
      T/T Grace E