As for the other two tenders, they're from the drawing boards of Andrew Winch Designs. While Hodgdon Yachts can't reveal exactly where the mothership is being built, it does say the yard is in northern Europe. Regardless, both tenders will be delivered early next year. They, too, follow limo tender and open tender styling. The limo tender will be a bit different than the Michael Peters design, with a sliding sunroof/moonroof. It will also have a dayhead. The open tender, meanwhile, will be beachable. This way guests can step straight to shore, and beach and watertoy gear can be offloaded quickly.