Hodgdon Yachts of Maine launches new custom limo tender

Nov 13, 2012 by Guest Writer

Hodgdon Yachts of Maine has launched hull No. 413, a custom 10.5m limo tender for a new Oceanco.

This marks the third limo tender the company has built. Three more tenders are under construction, including two designed by Andrew Winch Designs.

Following on the heels of two custom tenders built for Oceanco’s M/Y Seven Seas and designed by Michael Peters Yacht Design, this tender features a private jet-like interior, retractable roof and upright embarking/disembarking area.

For more information, visit hodgdonyachts.com

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