The Next Fly in the Sessa Marine Succession

  • Christina Garofalo

Despite its smaller size, Sessa Marine’s new Flybridge 40, the descendant of last year’s Fly 45, has plenty of legroom. The 40-foot vessel, which has a nearly 13-foot beam, can accommodate up to 12 guests on its deck, which comprises a front sundeck, an eight-person table, and an L-shaped lounge with a convertible sofa bed for two. On the lower deck, there are two cabins, each with its own full bathroom; a full galley (identical to the one in the Fly 45) with a large skylight; and even a washing machine tucked behind the stairs. Sessa designed an ergonomic, two-person wheelhouse with electronically adjusted seating and featuring a Sony touch-screen multimedia system that plays throughout the ship. Bonus: with a cruising speed of 25 to 26 knots, the Fly 40 offers reduced fuel consumption while giving off reduced carbon emissions and 50 percent less noise. Price upon request. (+39.039.635.831, www.sessamarine.com)

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