Southern Cross Marine

Flyer 7.7 SPACEdeck

Flyer 7.7 SPACEdeck 
Naval Architect: Remi Laval Jeantet/ Tanguy Le Bihan/ Patrick Tableau 
Interior Design: Style & Design 
Length Overall: 7.10 - 7.64m (23'4 - 25'1") 
Hull Length: 6.96m (22'10") 
Hull Beam: 2.66m (8'9") 
Light Displacement: 2,100kg (4,628 lbs) 
Air Draft: 1.80m (5'11") 
Draught: 2.66m (8'9") 
Fuel Tank: 280L or 400L (option) 
Water Tank: 100L (optional extra) 
Max Engine Power:  
The Flyer 7.7 SPACEdeck is a day boat for large families and stands apart for the exceptional availability of space. Certified to carry up to ten passengers, it offers incredible driving sensations and great safety underway. Taut line, large forward beam, lateral profile struts: the Flyer 7.7 SPACEdeck has an unusually dynamic look. The two deck lounges located forward and aft of the driving console has bench seats that convert into huge sun loungers. The width of the walkways, the height of the freeboards and the many grab rails make you feel very safe on board. With a pronounced V-shaped bow, the almost vertical surfaces of her hull deflect water perfectly.
The Flyer 7.7 SPACEdeck is a generous boat in all respects, with a large cabin, two aft platforms to access the sea, a forward lounge, and extremely modular fittings with a high level of finish. Built with the latest generation of Air Step hull, she is agile and very seaworthy. Large passages either side of the central driving console makes movement easy and fluid throughout the boat. The aft bench seat has storage built-in in the form of an ice box or live bait well. A clever system allows you to tip the seat back down and convert it into a sun lounger to enjoy the full living space of the cockpit. Spacious, the deck lounge has three bench 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.