The 66.2m Hodor was built by Spanish shipyard Astilleros Armón


The Rhodium bridge onboard Hodor, a 66.2m superyacht support vessel

RH Marine, the Dutch systems integrator and electrical and automation systems provider, has installed a Rhodium bridge system on Hodor, a 66.2m superyacht support vessel.

Hodor accommodates 20 crew and hosts a sub, a decompression chamber, helipad, several tenders, a 17m chase boat, a hospital, off-road cars and motorbikes and a custom-made lifting platform.

RH Marine also equipped the 87m mother yacht with its proprietary Rhodium bridge system. “For us it was the first time we equipped a superyacht shadow boat,” says RH Marine project leader Jos Geerdes.

Additionally, RH Marine markets a proprietary dynamic position system as well as electrical installations, monitoring, control and power management systems, CCTV and fire detection solutions.

RH Marine says it focuses on the yachts and defence sectors, for both new builds and refits. It makes integrated automation solutions for naval vessels and for superyachts and yacht support craft from Feadship, Damen Yachting, Oceanco and other builders.

Hodor was built by Spain’s Astilleros Armón shipyard at Burela.