A "yacht tender" is a little like a floating luxury limousine. A high-end seagoing taxicab. The sleek, sexy watercraft that ferries guests to the high-end megayacht on which the superrich take their leisure.
The hull features a custom paint job, a wood-veneer interior outfitted with chic leather seats, and a hardtop roof that lifts to full-headroom height in order to allow passengers easy boarding as well as offer 360-degree views.
In addition to those luxe touches, the custom-built beauty features stainless-steel exterior hardware and a climate-controlled cabin with a refrigerator/bar combo, entertainment system and a mirror TV.
But mostly, it just looks utterly beautiful.
The 11-passenger yacht is berthed in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat Harbor and available for viewing in Monaco. Hodgdon is asking $1.5 million for the build, but the Hull 422 is available for immediate delivery in the Mediterranean.
At least the commute home would be free.