Hodgdon Custom Tenders, the high-end tender division of Hodgdon Yachts, has come out with further details on its new 34-foot limousine tender to celebrate the company’s 200th anniversary, making it the oldest shipyard in the United States.
Epitomizing a blend of tradition and technology, the new tender is the 422nd hull ever built by Hodgdon and the 10th tender yacht built since 2011. The special anniversary tender was designed by Michael Peters Yacht Design and maintains the mold of Hodgdon’s Venetian series of custom tenders.
The tender yacht boasts a bevy of leather and specialty wood veneer interior options, which are paired against an eye-catching paint scheme. All of this is a pretty big step up from the clipper ships Hodgdon started off making back in 1816.
The vessel offers accommodations for up to 11 guests and features amenities like a high-def entertainment system, a bar and refrigerator, and interior climate control.
To top it all off, Hodgdon offers a complete after-sales support program with the tender.