Miami 2013: Sessa Fly 54

Recognizably Sessa, this new flybridge model designed by Christian Grande will ply US waters for the first time at the Miami show.
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Recognizably Sessa, this new flybridge model designed by Christian Grande will ply US waters for the first time at the Miami show. Starting at the top, the Fly 54 offers a spacious flybridge that is a haven for sun worshippers, with a spacious L-shaped sunpad forward. On the main deck, walnut and wenge are used in the interior spaces and wide windows give guests plenty to see as the scenery rolls by. The cockpit holds a large alfresco dining space, while just beyond the sliding glass doors is a combination salon/dining are offering air-conditioned comfort. Just forward and on the helm station’s portside, is an open galley offering the chef the option to socialize with preparing a meal. The forward large sunpad is the perfect spot to feel the wind’s full force. Belowdecks, the hallways connecting the three cabins is flooded with light from the windshield above. The full-beam master suite aft shares the deck with the forward VIP and an amidships cabin with twin bunk beds. Propelled by twin Volvo Penta IPS 900 D11 engines, the Fly 54 cruises at 15 knots and reaches top speeds of 26.5 knots.

Miami2013_SessaFly54

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Location: Y&B Show, Collins Avenue, Ramp 15; Slips 301-303
LOA: 53ft. 8in. (16.36m)
Beam
: 15ft. 4in. (4.70m)
People on board
: 14
Fuel tank
: 2 x 264 gal (2 x 1,000L)
Water tank
: 150 gal (566L)
Engine
: 2 x Volvo Penta IPS 900 - D11

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