Beneteau Flyer 7, the small big boats

Introduced during last Paris Boat Show, the new Beneteau Flyer 7 Sundeck and Sportdeck mark a new step in the evolution of Jeanneau outboard models.

The ”day-boat” is evolving, and Jeanneau is a trendsetter in the segment offering a new kind of boats, capable of boasting many solutions seen on larger models in order to improve versatility and comfort of the smaller ones. After a good feedback from Flyer 5 and 6, it’s now time for Flyer 7, available in three different versions: Sundeck, Sportdeck, and the already seen Spacedeck.

Faithful to the mentioned concept, the new units offer unseen layout solutions and the familiar AirStep hull as a guarantee of safety and performance.

Aerodynamic design, wide bow, sharp sides: the Flyer 7 Sundeck and Sportdeck carry the same family feeling of the smaller siblings but can mount engines up to 300 HP, in single or twin installation, to give emotion and safety in every condition.

The hull features the last-gen AirStep technology, optimized for such boats: beside steadiness, performance and comfort, what’s peculiar on Flyer 7 is the seaworthiness in rough sea. The hull easily enters the waves and the boat behavior is linear even in tight turns.

The three Flyer 7 versions all boast the AirStep hull, and measure 7.62 by 2.67 meters (25 ft 4 in by 8 ft 9 in). Depending on the engines, displacement vary from 1838 to 2300 Kg, while fuel tank contain 285 or, in option, 400 lt (75 and 106 US gal).


Beneteau Flyer 7 Sundeck

Homologated to carry 9 passengers, the Flyer 7 Sundeck shows a good two-tone combination of ivory and coffee, and features a large bow sun pad measuring 1.73 x 2 mt (5 ft 8 in x 6 ft 6 in). Belowdecks there’s a real cabin, which makes an overnight cruise possible without concerns. Bright ambiance, a double bed, and a separate heads characterize a space that’s difficult to find on a 25-feeter with outboards. The galley cabinet is integrated into the pilot’s backseat, while the cockpit can turn into a dinette thanks to the aft bench and the side, tilting seats.

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Beneteau Flyer 7 Sportdeck

A curve windshield protects the whole beam of the cockpit, in particular the pilot’s and copilot’s chairs. Add this to a stylish look and you catch the sporty spirit of this version. To aft, the reclining seat becomes a solarium, while the back-to-back copilot’s seat quickly turns into a sun bed in the relax hours. The galley is optional, and is completed by a refrigerator under the passenger’s chair, on the same side there’s also space for a big “glove compartment”. To bow, the Flyer 7 Sportdeck can feature a living area (with two side benches) or a whole sun pad. The clever solution for tilting the port seat grants access to the heads, while all over the boat there’s plenty of space for gear, fenders, etc.

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The bow hosts an accessible anchor locker with electric winch, and a ladder for coming out of the water on this side too. Pick the Flyer 7 in a snow-and-yellow livery, mount the sport accessories and the generous hi-fi system, and you have a boat ready to give you fun and emotion.

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