New boats: Cruisers Intros All-New Flybridge Series

Cruisers Regal Flybridge

Oct 26, 2023

Cruisers Yachts, a premier American manufacturer of luxury yachts, announces the upcoming launch of their all-new ground-breaking Flybridge series, a brand-new evolution of their popular Cruisers Cantius series. 
The new Flybridge series will include three new yachts, starting with the launch of the 55 Fly. This is all a result of an extraordinary fusion of technology and nature. These yachts will have a sleek, futuristic exterior reminiscent of a spaceship gliding on the water and boast clean styling lines inspired by marine predators. This extraordinary vessel, designed from the keel up, features an interior created in collaboration with renowned superyacht designer Luiz Debasto of Debasto Designs. The design theme, “Back to Nature in a Tech World,” blends organic shapes in earth and ocean tones, complemented with natural fibers. The result is a serene, inviting living space flooded with natural light.

Josh Delforge, VP of Operations and Engineering, comments, “Our design team focused on delivering the best-in-class water interaction, a superior flybridge entertaining space, and a fresh interior design direction, all wrapped in a futuristic evolution of the Cantius DNA. We take immense pride in building these amazing new vessels in our facilities in Wisconsin.”

The future of yachting has arrived for Cruisers Yachts with this new series —more details are to come on the 55 Fly with the official launch in spring 2024 and another model following shortly after in 2025. For more information, visit www.cruisersyachts.com/blog/2023/flybridge-series-announcement

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