Cruising in flip-flop design
The new FJORD 44 coupé shines in a striking purple in the North German sun.
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Mark Straßberger has deliberately chosen this powerboat, as it is intended to create an end to each day on the Baltic Sea in style. “The glazed Arc Salon of the 44 coupé is ideal for the unsteady weather on the Baltic Sea. When cruising across the sea or having a cosy evening with friends, I can simply close the doors and still have a clear view of the surrounding water. The hull of the yacht is covered with a flip-flop foil. Therefore, it shines in different shades of purple depending on the angle of view and time of day. This makes her discreet and striking at the same time, just like me,” laughs the freshly made owner. The equipment of “Inifinity”, so the name of the yacht, is also individually tailored: The colour of the upholstery is based on the interior of the Maserati from Mark.
Dr. Jens Gerhardt, personally accompanied the crew on the transfer from Greifswald to the home marina in Strande near Kiel. There, the eye-catching motor yacht will certainly attract many curious views in the future.