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Maine-based Hodgdon Yachts has delivered its fourth custom tender. The 10.5m open tender has no top and was designed to match the 10.5m limousine tender delivered a two months  ago. It has seating for 12, with a Volvo D6-370 and an estimated speed of 32 knots.
For more information, visit www.hodgdonyachts.com.


Mississippi-based builder Trinity Yachts has delivered its newest yacht, the 164-foot (50m) tri-deck M/Y Lady Sura.

With an aluminum hull and superstructure, the yacht includes a full beam two-level master suite on the main deck with a forward panoramic view. Four staterooms are below and a VIP is on the main deck. The interior is by Patrick Knowles Yacht Design.

The Rodriguez Group has delivered M/Y Phoenician, a 34m built by Italyachts. Three MTU 2400 hp engines enable the vessel to reach a top speed of 40 knots and cruising speed of 35 knots, according to a company statement. The yacht has five cabins.

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