Onda Tenders isn’t your average shipyard. Founded in 1962, the Glyfáda outfit has a long history of collaborating with aerospace companies to produce seafaring vessels of the highest quality — a feat that lead Onda to become a go-to choice for naval military forces both in its native Greece and around the world. Though of all its water-going military vehicles, Onda is probably best-known for its popular Magna patrol boat (aka 341P), which the company has now announced is being treated to a luxurious update that retains the outgoing version’s agility and high-performance abilities.
To class up the Magna, Onda called on Scandinavian firm, the Mannerfelt Design Team which has treated the 34’ boat to a revised, and markedly plusher interior. Once designed to carry a dozen special forces soldiers or Navy SEALS (and their respective kits), the ship has been re-engineered as a highly-versatile platform for customization, with Onda offering customs a wide array of interior layouts and material options. Despite the swanky redesign, the updated model — known as the 341P.G — retains its performance prowess, with the deep-V-hulled vessel boasting a 61-degree bow deadrise, 2.79m beam, and a pair of 400hp motors that allow the boat to travel at over 60mph.