Hodgdon Yachts have signed contracts with a repeat client for three 12.19-metre tenders. Due for delivery in 2025, they will complement a new-build project currently underway in Northern Europe.
Michael Peters Yacht Design is responsible for each of the design and naval architecture of the Limousine, Open and Beachlander Sport tenders with all engineering completed by an in-house team. The three vessels will boast stainless steel details and external lighting adornments, as well as custom features specific to each model.
“Having delivered numerous American-built tenders to top projects, we have had a full order book at Hodgdon Tenders and we’re grateful for the opportunity to build three more,” said Audrey Hodgdon, the company's director of sales and marketing.
The Limousine tender will include a luxurious interior able to accommodate 15 guests. The design is set to include climate control, soft leather upholstery, integrated champagne storage and a sweeping glass roof.
Alternatively, the Open tender will include a spacious cockpit, large aft sunpad and generous storage areas equipped for watersports and fishing. Finally, the Beachlander Sport model will boast a hydraulic bow ramp, folding composite t-top and day head.
Hodgdon Yachts is the oldest boat builder in the United States.