PM Will Host Kormaran’s New Transforming Boat
A premium partner of Kormaran, Porto Montenegro will be a host venue for the launch of its new motor yacht. Whilst Kormaran’s prototype is still under construction, it is due to showcase next year at a variety of locations globally, including the Mediterranean’s leading luxury superyacht marina. This eye-catching motor yacht is designed to transform across six different configurations.
Kormaran’s original and innovative design has been led by the company’s founder and CEO, Dr Oliver Kormann, whilst Mr Daniell Porsche, of the famous Porsche family, is the project’s main investor. The boat’s six configurations, including Mono Hull, Katamaran, Trimaran, Night Mode, Flying Mode and Bathing Mode, give owners the opportunity to adapt the boat according to their mood or situation. Built from a combination of carbon fibre, titanium, stainless steel, teak wood and Boxmark Xtreme Leather, it as stylish as it is practical.
The Kormaran’s main feature however are its hydrofoils, an advanced technology that reduces water resistance by up to 80% resulting in higher speeds with lower energy consumption.
Porto Montenegro’s Marina Business Development Manager, Billy Canellas, comments on the boats launch, “It’s an honour to be working with such an innovative brand as Kormaran, especially as host venue for the launch of this new and exciting boat concept.
"This transformational boat will challenge the future of yacht design and we are looking forward to welcoming the prototype in the marina. What better location than the beautiful Bay of Kotor to trial the boat’s multiple configurations?”
Porto Montenegro will host the Kormaran prototype in the marina throughout next summer, which will be available for test drives. Kormaran will also be present at Porto Montenegro’s big summer events, including The Superyacht Owners’ Summit (3-4 June) and the Superyacht Rendezvous Montenegro (2-5 July).
For further information on this partnership or to express interest in trialling the Kormaran boat in Porto Montenegro next year, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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