Hodgdon Yachts in Maine has begun construction on a 21-foot Mini Venetian limousine tender, the smallest in its Venetian line that goes up to 39 feet length overall.
Michael Peters Yacht Design in Florida designed the Mini Venetian. It has a lifting glass roof with 360-degree visibility, a climate-controlled cabin with seating for eight guests, and a Volvo Penta D3-220 diesel engine.
“The Mini Venetian Limousine Tender provides the opportunity for superyachts with limited garage space or room on deck to carry a luxury tender,” Audrey Hodgdon, director of sales and marketing, stated in a press release. “It will be an ideal complement to the quality and design of its mothership.”
Crew training is included: Hodgdon’s support team commissions each tender after launch.