NEW FLYER 32 FROM BENETEAU

Beneteau Flyer 32

June 18, 2019

Not just a day boat!

It is much more than a Day Boat, the new Flyer 32 will extend the BENETEAU outboard range perfectly. Ready to embark with up to 11 passengers and equipped so that you can spend a few extra nights at sea, this new day boat, bordering on a sport cruiser, allows a variety of exciting activities.

GREATER THRILLS

With greater thrills, technology and comfort, the Flyer 32 promises so much more than a standard day boat. Never has the BENETEAU boatyard taken things so far and given so much consideration to an outboard powerboat.

Powered by the new Mercury V8 Twin 300hp outboard engines, the Flyer 32 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, head 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.”

As she is designed for trips with family or friends, leaving the driver with all the fun and thrills at the helm was not an option. The Flyer 32 has a double seat port side beside the console’s two bolster seats. Now four people can share the joy of facing the sea underway, well protected behind the full-beam windshield with side panes.

Beneteau Flyer 32 LoungeGREATER COMFORT
For a boat this size, the Flyer 32 is extremely comfortable both on and below deck. 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 side 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.

With two double berths and a real shower room, with the head separate from the shower, the Flyer 32 combines comfort with living space harmoniously. It is a joy to spend a few relaxing nights aboard. The central and mid-cabin are well lit by long hull windows. The big storage cabinet at the bottom of the stairway can be fitted out in a variety of ways.

EASY MOVEMENT
Living life in style on a day boat also requires intelligent flow of movement and on the Flyer 32 you can come and go as you like. 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 walk around” concept, the Flyer 32 combines easy movement on board with safety. With an asymmetric single port walkway, she offers a bigger deck space, with a vast three-person sunbathing area, along with a unique amount of cabin space.

The new Flyer 32 is stylish, sporty and fun, and her trim level is outstanding. Discover her at our dedicated launch event August 19th to 25th, 2019 near Annapolis. Contact BENETEAU America for more information about this event.

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