Shadow Cat named HODOR, delivered to her owner, is the first of its kind built by Incat Crowther to enter the world of luxury yachting by the company. The support vessel’s layout offers a great amount of space on board, flexible layout, cruising capability, comfort and efficiency. Her stable platform provides for a safe transfer of guests from a helicopter to the mothership, via tenders.
HODOR boasts naval architecture and design by Incat Crowther, with project management and technical consultation by Robert Smith of YCTS and build by Astilleros Armón at their Burela shipyard in Spain. She was entirely customised to carry particular equipment and supplies as a support yacht to her mothership.
The support yacht can carry a range of toys, equipment, facilities and people, including five tenders, jet skis, quad bike, a submarine garage, a helipad, crew and staff.
The accommodation sleeps up to 20 crew and staff in a range of twin and double cabins, each with a private ensuite bathroom.
Two main engines allow the yacht to reach a maximum speed of 22.5 knots and a long-range cruising speed of 14 knots with up to 5500 nautical miles in range. Thanks to her catamaran design she is able to save up to 40% on fuel.