Billed as a dayboat bordering on a sport cruiser new Flyer 10 comes with Airstep 2 technology

Just a few months after the launch of its Flyer 8, Beneteau will be unveiling its Flyer 10 – billed as a dayboat bordering on a sport cruiser, at the Düsseldorf Boot in January.

Powered by 2x350 HP engines, the Flyer 10 is equipped with Airstep 2 technology and lifts off in just a few seconds to reach more than 40 knots. “To achieve this,” says Michaël Guinet in charge of outboard development at Beneteau, “we have worked hard on the hull design and the navigation technology, to offer a driving experience that is both thrilling and perfectly safe.”

The Flyer 10 has a double seat to port side beside the console’s two bolster seats. So, four people can share the joy facing the sea underway, well protected behind the full-beam windshield with side panes.

It is worth noting the foot rest seats in the cockpit, as well as an aft bench that folds back instantly to create a vast sunbathing area overlooking the swim platform. The galley on the starboard is fully equipped so that you can cook real meals while enjoying life aboard. There is a refrigerator, sink, twin burner, storage and even a small worktop. A rigid T-top or bimini can be fitted to protect this area

It has two double berths and a real shower room, with the head separate from the shower.

A small gate opens onto the swim platform and offers safety underway. The swim platform is wide and deep, making it easy to move around on either side of the engines and even has room for a barbecue. A door is cleverly integrated into the windshield and opens onto the fore deck. Featuring the “smart walkaround” concept, the Flyer 10 marries easy movement on board with safety, and with an asymmetric single port walkway, she offers a bigger deck space, with a large three people sunbathing area.