This cavernous support vessel can carry up to five tenders, as well as jet skis, quad bikes, helicopters and submarines

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What do you do when your 87m Feadship can’t fit all your toys on board? Build a 66m shadow boat to carry them of course!

Launched this week by Spanish yard Astilleros Armón and designed by multihull specialist Incat Crowther, Hodor is the latest member of a growing global fleet of superyacht support vessels.

The owner clearly has a need for speed, as the pictures above show an impressive arrow of rapid toys, from a 56ft chase boat packing four Seven Marine outboards on the transom to what looks like a Fountain 32 Thundercat.

That’s just the tip of the iceberg, however, as Hodor can also carry a further three tenders, a submarine and a Eurocopter 145, not to mention jet skis and quad bikes galore.

Hodor is no slouch either, with a top speed of 22.5 knots – enough to overtake the mothership so that the 20-strong crew can set up all the toys in the next secluded anchorage via the four built-in davits.

When the owner and his chums tire of charging around at top speed, they can explore underwater, as Hodor has a fully-equipped dive store, complete with Nitrox and O2 compression facilities.

A more fitting tribute to Game of Thrones’ humble giant, we can’t imagine…