Why Pardo Yachts
WITH EYACHTS FOUNDER PETER HRONES
Eyachts – Managing Director, Peter Hrones understands day boats and has a keen eye for what’s next on the horizon. Having imported over 100 day boats to Australia and New Zealand in recent years, he has good reason to stake his claim with Pardo yachts.
Hrones say’s, “Day-boats are becoming more and more popular every year. For many, it has become apparent that more than 80% of their usage is during the day only. And so now we see many moving from bulk and accommodation to simplicity, quality and style”
Hrones continues by saying, “To partner with such passionate owners at Cantiere del Pardo is so refreshing & exciting……people that really love boat design and what they are producing. Involving companies like Lamborghini to construct there major moving parts like the Carbon T- Top and carbon dash that hinges forward for easy technical accessibility… I am drawn to this kind of clever engineering and cross-pollination of the world’s best technology”
“Understanding our extreme weather and waterways in Australia and NZ, not everyday boat is suitable for our market. It is Pardo Yachts’ detail and construction methods that we now look for in our next generation day boats for our new and existing customers.”
The all-new Endurance 60 revolutionises the concept of long-range navigation with a new eco-sustainable approach where controlled speeds and low consumption all encourage long journeys in maximum comfort.
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