Southern Cross Marine

Flyer 6.6 SPORTdeck

Flyer 6.6 SPORTdeck 
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: 1,754kg (3,866 lbs) 
Air Draft: 1.35m (4'5") or 2.27m (7'5")- with T TOP 
Draught: 2.50m (8'2") 
Fuel Tank: 170L 
Water Tank: 100L 
Max Engine Power:  
The Flyer 6.6 SPORTdeck is an outboard engine sport boat full of insolent youth and designed for pleasure and sensations. Perfectly balanced, whatever her speed and the distribution of passengers on board, this original day boat promises colourful outings in complete safety. With her low profile windshield surrounding the cockpit, her incisive style and exclusive yellow colour code, the resolutely sporty look of the Flyer 6.6 SPORTdeck has great appeal. Her low line on the water and two driving consoles on either side of a central passage leading to the forward deck lounge, bring the concept close to that of American bow riders. Her pronounced V-shaped bow and the almost vertical surfaces of her hull deflect water perfectly.
The audacity of the clever storage spaces, the level of equipment, the way space is organized and a deck plan accommodating ten people make this sports day boat particularly attractive. Built on the latest generation of Airstep® hulls, she is wonderfully safe underway. The engines offered by Suzuki, which collaborated in the development of the boat, optimise the performance of this outboard sport boat created for sensations. Just like the aft bench seat, the two forward seats with backrest convert into a sun lounger. With lots of storage space, drink holders, glovebox, speakers built into the driving station and marine toilet underneath the forward bench seat, the flyer 6.6 SPORTdeck boasts many options. Enjoy greater sensations on the lowered position of the pilot and co-pilot seats.

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).