Sold in May 2016, this fast aluminum motor yacht was styled inside and out by Enrico Gobbi’s Team for Design.
The launch day video below gives brief glimpses of her deck layout, with a foredeck seating area adjacent to a radically sloped windscreen. The fin-like radar arch continues these sporty lines, with a compact flybridge set aft.
Watch as Flying Dagger hits the water for the first time!
Flying Dagger will reach a maximum speed of 27 knots, powered by three 2,600hp MTU engines and three KaMeWa waterjets.
She will have a cruising speed of 23 knots and is capable of a 3,300 nautical mile range at 12 knots. The aft tender garage is complemented by a foredeck Jet Ski locker.
This yacht contains a sports soul in a fully-aluminum structure.
The design focuses on ensuring low noise emissions. This gives greater comfort during navigation.
Wide windows and skylights are used so as to allow plenty of natural light to flood the interior and offer guests superb panoramic views.
MY Flying Dagger is also the latest research development on noise and vibration reduction. Even if this is a water jet boat, the noise and sound propagation performance can be compared with a full displacement one.
Both natural and artificial light of the boat has been one of the focus of this design project.
The interior layout is minimal but with accurate architectural details. The interior design of this project has been realized with the idea of feeling the water from every corner of the boat.
The main salon features three large glass floors to ceiling doors to enjoy the view of the sea but also allowing the space to transform into an al fresco dining area.
The master bedroom is also a particularly large area of the boat featuring a structural terrace accessible through sliding glass doors.
The shallow draft, the water jet propulsion, and the air-conditioned engine room enable this boat to perform at the best in the Caribbean warm water surround.
Four spacious external decks across three floors allow for entertaining, dining and relaxing. Along the main deck, a sprawling sundeck features a metallic and woven metal canopy that opens and closes to provide or protect from light.
Inside there’s an upper deck saloon with an L-shaped sofa, while the main deck saloon is, naturally, much larger with more soft seating and space for eight to dine around a central table. The forward master suite is spacious, flanked by an office and ensuite.
Keeping gazing out over this beauty below:
Fly through the seas!
Exterior photography by Sandro Bertozzi and interior photography by Michele Chiroli and Lodka Magazine