Southern Cross Marine

Flyer 6.6 SPACEdeck

Flyer 6.6 SPACEdeck 
Naval Architect: Remi Laval Jeantet/ Tanguy Le Bihan/ Patrick Tableau 
Interior Design: Style & Design 
Length Overall: 6.40 - 6.80m (21' - 22'4") 
Hull Length: 6.10m (20') 
Hull Beam: 2.50m (8'2") 
Light Displacement: 1,491kg (3,286 lbs) 
Air Draft: 1.80m (5'11") 
Draught: 2.50m (8'2") 
Fuel Tank: 170L 
Water Tank: 100L 
Max Engine Power:  
     
The epitome of an 'Open' boat, the Flyer 6.6 SPACEdeck is an innovatively designed dayboat with a completely open deck. Her ergonomics and the central driving position have been through very carefully to optimise all the features on board. The wonderful amount of space allows up to eight people on board. With her incisive looks, the Flyer 6.6 SPACEdeck is oozing with character. The profiled lateral struts and elegantly designed windshield emphasise her sporty appearance. With an incredible amount of beam on deck she features generous spaces for this size of boat and boasts safe circulation on board. With a pronounced V-shaped bow, the almost vertical surfaces of her hull deflect water perfectly. An orange line common to all the Flyer SPACEdeck's is the signature mark of this model.
With a capacity of up to six people, the seating of the forward saloon is ideally positioned to be moved around and stowed away. The large aft bench seat converts into a sun lounger and is designed with a removable section to clear the way to the swim platform. With storage spaces located under each bench and the large locker located under the aft saloon, the boat boasts an aspect of practicality in the generosity of its deck plan.
   
FLOOR PLAN  

Combining with talent design, interior modularity and high-performance underway, the Flyer 6.6 SPACEdeck appeals for her ingenuity. The outboard partnership developed with Suzuki optimizes the hull's performance further still, equipped with the latest generation of AirStep® . Equipped with two bolster seats, the driving console is very well protected. By increasing the air inflow beneath the hull, the Air Step® 2 represents a considerable development of this technology that increases performance, safety and cruising comfort. While reducing fuel consumption, she accelerates faster and speed is augmented. This latest generation of a patent that has already proved its worth also offers excellent sea-keeping, simpler passage through the waves, linear acceleration and easily handled curves. The 'air cushion' effect aft of the hull procures amazing comfort. Developed in close partnership with Suzuki, the Flyer 6.6 is compatible with up to 200 HP engine power. She has a 170 litre fuel tank (45 US GAL).