The new Sea Ray L class will have debut in Europe at next Cannes Yachting Festival. The model on display, Sea Ray L 650 Fly, is a strong statement on how boating “made in USA” has become big again.
The official introduction of Sea Ray L Class at Cannes Yachting Festival, and in particular the debut of Sea Ray L 650 Fly, marks a milestone for the Company in Europe, backed by a long-term investment.
The L 650 Fly will be at the show then will stay in Europe for the following days, as demo boat by the Yacht Center that Sea Ray has just opened in the French Riviera. This is the latest step among many that the American brand, icon of Yankee boating, has pursued in the recent times.
Sea Ray has confirmed the re-opening of a Florida plant, in order to satisfy the increasing demand of their flagship models in the new L Class. The boatyard has also announced the creation of a design center close to production, capable of offering their customers the highest level of customization during the different processes of the purchase: order, design, building.
Not just Sea Ray L 650 Fly
Beside the new flagship L 650 Fly, Sea Ray will have on display the 510 Sundancer and the 510 Fly with a new combination for the interiors, born by the cooperation with an important design studio. The main stage though will be all for the Sea Ray L 650 Fly: 19.84 meters long and 5.23 wide (65ft 1in x 17ft 2in), with a draft of 1.55 mt (61 in) and a deadrise of 16 degrees, this boat displaces around 16.5 tons. The standard layout features a full-beam master’s room amidships, a VIP cabin to bow and two guest rooms with twin beds. The two main cabins boasts en-suite while the other two share the third bathroom.