May 7, 2010

New Model: Cayman 70 Fly

Launched during the end of 2009, Cayman presents its 70 Fly model. This new Cayman is the second largest build from the La Spezia located boat builder, and represents the flagship of the flybridge motor yacht range. The 70 Fly was designed by renowned Venice firm of Nuvolari Lenard and follows similar modern style to the smaller 62 Fly, which was recently revamped as 620 Bridge. Inside the 70 Fly presents a standard four cabin three heads guest layout below, a two person crew quarters aft, and a split level saloon main deck. The layout of the four cabins is the usual design with full beam mid ship owners suite having a spacious aft looking shower head and walk in wardrobe, VIP to fore, third two berth guest cabin, and fourth double bunk cabin to port side. Customization is an important part of the buying and building of any Cayman and the 70 Fly will follow this process, with the yard also offering other versions to the standard plan during construction in order to suite each owners personal needs. Hull one for example was fitted with a mid tone lacquered cherry wood, and also featured a galley which could become from enclosed to open thanks to movable partitions. Powered by twin 1360hp MAN the 70 Fly reached 32 knots of max, and a cruise of 29 knots during its first sea trials.
Technical Data:
LOA - 22.20 m (72.83ft)
Beam - 5.45 m
Displacement - 36000 kg
Fuel Capacity - 4200 l
Water Capacity - 750 l
Accommodation - 8 berths in 4 cabins, 2 crew
Engines - 2 x MAN 1360hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 32 knots max, 29 knots cruise
Hull - vee shape
Project - Nuvolari Lenard
Certification - CE A