The new Cruisers’ 54 Fly is looking sleeker than ever!
At first glance the 54 Fly’s entertainment layout really maximises the space – everything is protected by the hardtop, keeping things high and dry, the interior is to die for, and it also comes with a submersible swimming platform, which has plenty of space to support a small personal watercraft.
Short connections are conveniently positioned too, there are interval fairways both starboard and port, with the cable master smartly located inside a recessed panel to prevent any trip hazards and up in the cockpit – you’ll find a nicely appointed entertainment platform to wine and dine. It’s a great entertainment platform.
Cruisers loves to utilise every space on the boat and the 54’s bow is no exception. Twin sun loungers with drink holders are adjustable and there’s plenty of extra storage for fenders and lines… but the best part of the bow design can only be better experienced below deck.
Architecturally integrated glass naturally illuminates the spaces below. It’s amazing! You feel almost out of doors there, with the port and starboard windows opened – the private VIP stateroom is bathed in light.
Complete with full height hanging locker, beautiful storage and an en-suit head compartment that can also be accessed from the atrium. The third state room provides additional accommodation with bunkbeds that convert to a double bed – but if a third state room is not needed, you can order the 54 with an atrium layout which is simply outstanding.
Other features include a washer and dryer, a Kohler ambient rain walk-in glass and tile shower… pretty much all the conveniences of a luxury home but in a yacht!