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Cormate Chase 32 – International Premiere!

Cormate Chase 32 – International Premiere!


The brand new Cormate Chase 32 will have it’s international debut on this year’s Southampton International Boatshow.

Our UK & France dealer FINE DESIGN MARINE will attend and showcase the new Cormate Chase 32 this September in Southampton.

The Cormate Chase 32 is the single installation option of the Award-winning Chase model series. When Chase 34 had it’s world premiere on the Cannes Yachting Festival in 2019 it won the 2nd prize in the Concourse D’Elegance category. The new model was one of the top-liked designs of the show.

In the fall of 2022 Cormate made the strategic decision of dividing the Chase 34 model series into two new models. They are now called Chase 32 (Single Installations) and the all-new Chase 35 (Twin installations). And by doing this divide of the mono-hull the Cormate clients got the opportunity to now choose between two models. The perfect-balanced Single installation model, orthe new top-performing Twin installation powerhouse, the Chase 35.

The Chase 32 comes with a wide range of engine options spanning from the Verado 300HP up to Verado V12 600HP Ouboards. For the inboard version of the Chase 32 You can choose between the Mercruiser 8,2L V8 430HP sterndrive and the complete Mercury Racing series, 500, 520 & 565.

Cormate’s founder and Chief Designer Egil Ranvig has more than 40 years experience from boatracing and design, and has the following to say about the Chase:

“A boat which combines the rough sea capacity, user-friendliness and speed from the best offshore RIB’s, and the comfort and luxury feeling of the high-quality Day Cruisers.”

Read all about the Chase 32 here:

And here’s what Cormate Powerboats UK and Motorboat & Yachting wrote about the premiere.


Please contact us for further details, equipment and quotes for the 2023 Cormate Chase 32.
New boats available to configure now.


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Hydro-Design was founded in 1985 by Egil Ranvig. Together with his friend Tom Martens Meyer, he developed the enterprise from producing affordable waterski boats to increasingly sophisticated racing boats.