The Kivu Queen Uburanga, Rwanda's first-ever motor yacht, has been fully constructed and tested on Lake Kivu, according to the governor of Western Province, Francois Habitegeko. ALSO READ: Kivu Queen Uburanga: ‘Floating hotel’ to be unveiled in June A five-star floating hotel, the Kivu Queen Uburanga, will be officially launched in June this year and will offer services in Karongi, Rubavu, and Rusizi Districts. Kivu Queen1Boat manufactured 100% in , @KarongiDistr ,@RwandaWest was successfully pushed into water today. #Rwandaworks. @JCMusabyimana @RwandaInfra @RwandaLocalGov @YolandeMakolo pic.twitter.com/bbTI1uLTQe — Habitegeko Francis (@HabitegekoFran1) April 3, 2023 The boat will feature 10 modern cabins, a swimming pool, a restaurant, a bar, and a viewing deck with a hot tub, allowing travelers to explore some of Rwanda’s most desirable locations in luxury. ALSO READ: Efforts to make water transport more attractive gain momentum The project, designed to promote tourism and cross-border trade, is expected to be profitable, according to Theophile Niragire, vice mayor in charge of economic affairs in Karongi District. ALSO READ: Ports development on Lake Kivu to transform maritime transport The boat hotel will be managed by French company Mantis under Accor Group, the largest hospitality company in Europe and the sixth-largest hospitality company worldwide.