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Tender of the Month: The Kormaran, a new class of boat

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

The Kormaran is a combination of three water vehicles.

The Kormaran is a combination of three water vehicles.

When it comes to vehicles both on the road and waterways, people are expecting more bang for their buck just like smart devices; enter the Kormaran.  The Kormaran is a versatile luxury yacht that is part monohull, part katamaran and part trimaran.  Functioning as any one of these boats, the Kormaran is nevertheless a modern update that uses on the most quality materials for a ride that is pure luxury, with a design that aims to connect the world of luxury yachts with the world of super sports cars.


The boat also includes the ability to transform into a large bathing platform, a luxury incomparable to many of tender designs currently available  The large sunbathing island as well as its multifunctional light design and the extraordinary wingdoors will ensure every guest is satisfied when on board their new tender.


The completely new designed hydrofoils allow the Kormaran the ability to drive even in the shallow waters, as well as being able to land on shore.  The sue of hydrofoils means that water resistance can be reduced by up to 80%, resulting in higher speeds with lower energy consumption and a much more comfortable ride thanks to the decoupling of the waves.


The innovative technology means that the hydrofoils have been designed to be retractable for advanced usability.  With the impressive speed records of Hydroptere and the exciting series in the America's Cup, hydrofoils are extremely popular in water sports with obvious advantages.


The Kormaran is fully constructed from carbon fibres, including carbon fibre monocoque, and she features FEM and CFD analysis.  Carbon fibre wth automative standards and integrated formula 1 technology coupled with lightweight aircraft technology and the latest security features make the Kormaran a high-tech watercraft of the highest quality.





 

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