Sessa present the project for the 45 Fly, set to be presented in the fall of this year. This model when launched will represent Sessa second flybridge model following the 54 Fly presented almost two years ago, and the seventh boat to be powered by IPS. The 45 Fly will also offer four variations to its theme able to suite global customer needs. As has been done by Sessa in recent years designer Christian Grande and the Sessa team explore modern ideas both outside and inside. I like how the 45 Fly looks outside with a sleek sporty line compared to other similar sized flybridge cruisers with some unedited design touches. Here I am obviously speaking for the stern, with two uprights reminiscent of super yacht architecture forming a big window creating an openwork shade to provide shelter from the cold and from curious eyes, so that it is possible to dine outside without attracting unwanted attention. The Sessa will also offer a very spacious lower deck about seventeen squared meters with a three double cabins, and two private shower heads layout. But all areas of the 45 Fly seems to be spacious form the living main deck, to the flybridge this offering seating space for up to ten people, plus a sun pad, and a fully equipped wet bar dinette. Power is from Volvo 435hp engines with IPS600 pod propulsion.