Southern Cross Marine

Flyer 7.7 SUNdeck

Flyer 7.7 SUNdeck 
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: 2,340kg (5,157 lbs) 
Air Draft: 1.91m (6'3") 
Draught: 2.66m (8'9") 
Fuel Tank: 280L or 400L (option) 
Water Tank: 100L 
Max Engine Power:  
     
The flyer 7.7 SUNdeck has an impressive level of comfort and carries up to 10 people on board. With her second generation AirStep hull this dayboat is very seaworthy and has a spacious cabin which allows you to prolong your trips to sea. Both elegant and sporty, the Flyer 7.7 SUNdeck is conspicuous by her profiled lateral struts and an easily recognisable windshield design. Her deck plan optimises living spaces and circulation, offering an exceptionally large forward SUNdeck attaining nearly 4 m2. Inside, the cabin has a saloon with two bench seats that can be converted into a birth and a gallery space. Very narrow at the bow, her distinctive V-shaped hull deflects water perfectly.
The Flyer 7.7 SUNdeck is a dayboat for relaxing in the sun and has a level of equipment and finish that makes for an unequalled comfort of lifestyle on board. Pleasant to live on and comfortable underway, she is built on the latest generation of AirStep technology hull. The cabin makes incredibly good use of all the available space. Her spacious saloon has two seats converting into berths for two people. Her large side glazing and deck hatch enhance the feeling of space and provide good ventilation. The small galley is equipped with a 42 litre refrigerator and a microwave. For complete comfort, the interior has a separate shower room with wash basin, water supply on the shower hose and marine toilet. The forward sun lounger (1.73m x 2m) is exceptionally large and well-designed, dividing into four sections to make access to stowage and anchoring easier. The rear seat converts into a sun lounger.
   
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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 7.7 is available with twin or single engines, delivering up to 300 HP. She has a fuel tank of 280 litres (74 US GAL) with the option of up to 400 litres (106 US GAL).