As far as stereotypes go, the typical superyacht tender is a long, slender boat that offers a limousine-style experience. The bench seats and covered tops are designed to carry as many guests as possible while ensuring they arrive at their destinations perfectly coiffed, rather than windblown and covered in saltwater. These days, the desire to personalize tenders has followed other trends in the realm of superyachts. Styles range from mini-me limousines to full-throttle sport boats, with sunbeds doubling as seats. Here are five new tenders for both traditionalists and nonconformists.