Hodgdon Yachts delivers 34-foot tender

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Fifth-generation, family-run Maine boatbuilder Hodgdon Yachts said it delivered its fourth custom tender.

The 34-foot open tender is designed to match the Limousine tender the manufacturer delivered two months ago. Both were designed by Michael Peters Yacht Design of Sarasota, Fla.

The new open tender will join the superyacht of a northern European shipyard, Hodgdon Yachts said. The tender has seating for 12 and a Volvo D6-370 that delivers an estimated speed of 32 knots.

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