Cannes has been the stage for the new Sea Ray L 650 Fly, latest addition in the L-Class lineup from the American boatyard, and a new chapter for the brand in Europe.
Sea Ray L-Class gets larger with the introduction of Sea Ray L 650 Fly. A yacht that, in the words of Sea Ray Group Tim Shieck, “represents the new era for yachting, where luxury is an experience and where the first-level image is just a part of what makes a yacht unique”.
The pros of Sea Ray L 650 Fly
With her clean profile and her peculiar aesthetics, Sea Ray L 650 Fly offers four large cabins to host eight guests in full luxury. The innovative SkyFlow Design connects spaces without any obstacle and with an unmatched natural light.
The overall length of the new L-Class model is 19,84 mt (65ft 1in), for a beam of 5,23 mt (17ft 2in), while displacement is 35,5 tons. The aforementioned cabins are on the lower deck, with the VIP to bow, the two guest ones to aft, and the master amidships. They are served by three bathrooms. The galley is located on the main deck, to port, faced by the covered helm station and by the dinette astern. All the back part of the salon serves as living area. The flybridge is well equipped and sports a hard top with a soft, opening roof.
“Sea Ray L 650 Fly is designed to offer to owners new horizons and a world of opportunity – says Luca Brancaleon, Sea Ray Director of International Sales for Sport Yachts and Yachts. “These boats are built with extreme attention to details, to offer a unique experience”.
As on every boat in the L-Class range, Sea Ray L 650 Fly offers several benefits to owner, including three years of total warranty and a dedicated service allover Europe.
Sea Ray L 650 Fly is powered by two Caterpillar engines, 1.150 mhp each, for a fast navigation and efficient fuel consumption. When it gets to mooring, CommandView technology offers total confidence, with a 360° view from the helm station.