With tenders, toys, and aircraft carrying facilities, HODOR holds the metaphorical door to adventure ajar for all who travel on the superyacht, LONIAN. As the latest member of a growing global fleet of support vessels, known as ‘shadow boats’, HODOR arouses great excitement in the world of yachting with its virtual armada of recreational assets that support and enhance the experience of its guests.
This 66-metre support vessel is the first launch in the Shadow Cat series from Incat Crowther: its innovative multihull design adheres to the demands of the luxury yacht market without sacrificing any of its oceangoing capabilities. HODOR is fully customised, born out of a collaboration between naval architects and the owner, whose primary concern was to ensure the safety of his guests when transferring between the two vessels. This specification is reflected by a design that boasts ample deck and storage space, stability, and efficiency on the water, whilst complimenting the level of luxury that the mother ship exhibits.
But what excites us so profoundly at Pelorus is HODOR’s ability to access the inaccessible. This vessel offers it all, supporting underwater exploration, helicopter trips, and a vast array of recreational devices for both water and land-based activities.