Sea Ray L650 Fly a real show stopper

Aug 23, 2017

The West Coast Premiere of the exquisite Sea Ray L650 Fly was certainly a night to remember. Guests arriving by car to picturesque Coal Harbour Marina were treated to valet service. A grand balloon arch at the top of the marina ramp marked the entrance for VIP guests. The evening’s theme, en blanc, was brought to life as a spectacular vision in white,the dock was set up with elegant white canopies accented with a red carpet and featuring an intricately carved ice sculpture of the star of the evening: the L650 Fly, bathed in blue and white light. As white-attired guests drifted among the canopies, they were greeted with the fragrance of white flowers and the bright tones of live music. Guests were treated to an array of fine hors d’oeuvres and refreshments. 

Of course, atmosphere aside, the real show stopper at this VIP event was the L650 Fly. All in attendance agreed that Sea Ray has truly redefined Luxury on the Water with this spectacular yacht, the ultimate combination of form and function. The lines and true beauty of this L650 Fly set this L-Class Yacht above all others. After an introduction by M&P Yacht Centre President, Bob Pappajohn, guests were invited to explore this magnificent yacht at their leisure. At the end of the night, guests received monogrammed M&P Yacht Centre chocolates by Thomas Haas and a lovely black leather-bound L-Class book.

For additional photos of the event, please visit M&P Yacht Centre on Facebook, or view the L650 Fly online at www.mpmercury.com.


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