Created by yacht designer Christian Grande, the Rebel 47 from Sacs Marine is a prince of tenders, living up to its name with an unconventional topside that is edgy, luxurious, and smartly designed. The 47 Open model is divided into five separate sections, starting aft with large sunbeds above the engines, facing lounges (with a teak table between) in the cockpit, three comfortable seats at the helm, more sunbeds in the foredeck area, and seats across the front. The Rebel is a magnet for cool options. Its teak swim platform at the transom, for instance, accommodates hydraulic steps that raise up to a dock to pick up guests or lower into the water for a quick dip. The T-top is noteworthy for its curved stainless supports and opening skylight. The Rebel 47 also comes in a Limousine version with a full-featured interior with sleeping quarters, head, and full galley. Engine choices include twin 400 hp Volvo diesels or 430 hp Mercury gas sterndrives, 550 hp Cummins inboards, or triple 350 hp Mercury Verados. Sacs will customize the Rebel from its long list of options, from more electronics to stabilizers to an icemaker, and dozens of other choices.