Sessa is a relative newcomer to the flybridge market. A year ago it introduced in Miami its first flybridge yacht, the Fly 45. Then came the Fly 40. In Miami this year Sessa unveils its 54 in part to meet the demands of its US dealer Total Marine. Based on the sea trial we did on the Fly 45 last year and what we know about Sessa and its preferred designer Christian Grande, we anticipate this three-cabin yacht to be well worth a look. Key features include IPS drives, a big flybridge, spacious master cabin, good-size VIP and plenty of headroom. And oh, yes, style. At the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami the Fly 45 and Fly 54 are shown side by side. Also debuting on the US market is the Sessa C 44, an express yacht with space for a party, a big swim platform, two cabins, speed and maneuverability. In a completely different genre, the Key Largo 34, which made a noted debut in Fort Lauderdale last year and is distributed by Fast Boats, is a must-see. Sessa builds this beautiful center console with both outboard and inboard engines, making it a great candidate as a stylish tender to a superyacht. Top speed with the outboards is about 44 knots.
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