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THE OCEANS’ LIMOUSINE

Hodgdon Yachts is a shipyard specialized in super yachts with handcrafted features produced both using cold molding wood and composite. The firm has been in Europe for the past three years and its tender custom super yacht line is getting increasingly noticed on a global level.

An example – take a look at our gallery and admire the Hodgdon Custom Tender, a small scale version of a Hodgdon Yacht Custom: “the proof that big presents often come in small packagings – designer Michael Peters explains  – is represented by this 10.5m Hodgdon Limo Tender,  a synthesis of the philosophy that for over 200 years and 5 generations has made the Hodgton family one of the longest living  shipbuilding firm in the United States.”

The limo tender fully satisfies the needs of super-yachts owners accustomed to the luxury and the comforts of their vessels, but also of the crew, expecting the same high standards. The yacht can carry up to 12 people, comfortably relaxing on plush leather chairs in a room equipped with a HD flatscreen tv, refreshment station and an air conditioning system.  The controlled roof’s hydraulic system makes embarkation and disembarkation of guests easy, but also enables them to enjoy the weather from the deck in all safety while traveling.

Clients will typically be spending between $1.7-1.8m for the model, depending on the degree of customisation they choose: different hull and deck colours, wood trim, leather or fabric, deck treatment make each vessel an unique piece of art.

Info: Hodgdon Yachts.




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