Electric Tender Propulsion System

Electrifying
The Tender Experience

Hodgdon Electric Tender

Proven Design & Performance

 Continuing on the success of two well-established platforms, Hodgdon is now offering 10.5m forward helm and 12m aft helm fully electric, pre-engineered solutions.

Powered by Electricity

The V3 and V4 fully electric powertrains from Vita Power deliver 220kW / 295hp and 440kW / 590hp respectively .

Luxury Superyacht Features

 The electric versions of these two tenders were developed without compromising the custom details and luxury features that are the hallmark of the Venetian line.

Ocean

Why

Electric

Surplus energy generated onboard mothership can be used for charging.

Tenders

Onboard charging easier than refuelling.

No noise pollution.

Limo tender's ship to shore operations make for an ideal electric application.

Less maintenance and lower operating costs.

Zero emissions means a lower overall carbon footprint.

Hodgdon Tender Interior
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Hodgdon Tenders is a division of Hodgdon Yachts - an American company established over two centuries ago which has built numerous custom sail and power yachts. Hodgdon Tenders is uniquely positioned to bring the highest standards to the tender world, from 6.5 to 12 meters and beyond. The strength of Hodgdon's team allows for projects that range from fully custom to the traditional Venetian Line and cotemporary Crossover Line. 

“We're pleased to have developed two tenders that offer benefits that can only be achieved with electric, while remaining true to the Venetian line's style and quality.”

Audrey Hodgdon

Director of Sales & Marketing, Hodgdon Tenders

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Hodgdon's electric tenders will be powered by Vita Power, a high performance fully electric powertrain for the recreational marine sector. Vita Power is the first fully electric propulsion system compatible with DC fast charging significantly reducing the charging time using Vita superPower, the first fully marinised charging system.