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Hodgdon Yachts New Custom Limousine Tender

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Hodgdon Custom Tenders, a high-end builder of tenders crafted to complement sophisticated superyachts announced today that a 10.5 meter limousine tender will be on display at the Monaco Yacht Show 2015.

The tender – which is the 422nd hull built by Hodgdon and 10th unit produced since 2011 – will also be available for private invitation showings the week prior to MYS and available for sale with delivery immediately following Les Voilles St. Tropez (26 September to 4 October).

Designed by Michael Peters Yacht Design, the 10.5 meter limousine tender is the archetype of Hodgdon’s Venetian series custom tenders, which range from 8.5 meters to 12 meters.

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The tender features a dramatic exterior paint scheme with a surprisingly chic optional leather and specialty wood veneer interior.

With accommodations for up to 11 guests, including two oversized owners’ seats, amenities consist of a high definition entertainment system, refrigerator/bar, and climate control.

The port and starboard side windows power down, to reveal generous guest boarding access. The entire salon hardtop rises hydraulically, which allows full-height headroom, for ease of boarding and 360 degrees of visibility.

Much of the exterior stainless steel hardware, including the Hodgdon signature flush anchor are custom built. The meticulous level of detail invested into the layout and the installation of mechanical, electrical, and safety systems result in a tender whose construction is of unmatched quality. Hodgdon’s service division offers a full after-sales support program.

hogdon interior

“As a Superyacht builder ourselves, Hodgdon is uniquely positioned to bring superyacht building standards to the tender world,” said Timothy Hodgdon – President of Hodgdon Yachts. “Our commitment is not only to deliver these expected levels of innovation and quality, but to also support our tenders with the strength of a dedicated shipyard.”

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