Flyer 6 Spacedeck
BENETEAU HAS REFRESHED its Flyer line, a unique offering in the versatile sports day-boat segment. The Flyer 6 and 7 feature enhancements from its elder siblings, appealing to those who want simple, convenient, affordable and flexible boating with an enjoyable driving experience.
Sleeker contemporary lines and more aggressively sporty aesthetics are complemented by the elegant silver and black hull artwork and contemporary feel of the grey upholstery and black or stainless-steel pulpits.
Flyer 6 Sundeck
Beneteau met the challenge to keep the deck area the same with a slightly decreased beam, despite the sharper lines. There is even enough space for extra fittings like additional benches. With all these improvements, the Flyer 6 and 7 can accommodate up to six and nine people respectively.
The Flyer 6 and 7 are safe, “powerful little speedboats” says Beneteau: extremely agile, they respond quickly and offer smooth rides and enjoyable driving sensations. The Flyer 7 also has the Airstep2 hull, meaning it lifts off the surface of the water quickly while remaining stable, even at full speed.
Flyer 7 Spacedeck
The driving stations’ ergonomics have also seen improvements. The new consoles have a more wraparound windshield and hand rails that make movements on the symmetrical side decks safer.
The Flyer 6 and 7 are ideal entry-level pleasure day boats, suitable for any number of leisure activities, like wakeboarding, surfing, fishing, or just bathing in the sun.
Flyer 7 Sundeck
In keeping with the rest of the line, the Flyer 6 and 7 come with two different deck versions. The Sundeck features a sun pad on the fore deck along with a sheltered cabin, while the Spacedeck features a central console, providing more space on deck – and an additional forward saloon.