On 14 February the Spanish shipyard Astilleros Armón launched the 66.20-metre support yacht Hodor from their yard in Burela. Hodor has a beam of 14 metres, draft of 3.1 metres and a volume of 1250gt. She will house a submarine, have a decompression chamber, helicopter platform and house several smaller vessels.
No official photos have been released but several photos and videos of the vessel can be found on social media.
The all-aluminium catamaran yacht is powered by twin 3,328hp MTU engines and is said to be able to reach a top speed of 22 knots. She is built to Lloyds Register and can accommodate up to 17 crew.
Support yacht Hodor is said to be the support vessel for an 87-metre motor yacht, but no name has been revealed yet.
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