July 7, 2012

Improve-it = Cerri 86 Flyingsport

Cerri launch hull number twelve of its ground breaking 86 Flyingsport series presented for the first time in 2004.  The semi custom 86 Flyingsport so far features an impressive feat of having all of the twelve made models tailor made to its owners, and all having different internal layouts and fittings.  There is 86 Flyingsport with five cabins, and there is with four, and the variety of layouts used is impressive. 86 Flyingsport hull number twelve named Pachamama, went for a four double guests suite, with two en-suited crew cabins layout.  Living is made of the two split level saloon which is still a very unique Cerri feature, which is joined by a dining area, galley, and the lower helm station.  Cerri 86 Flyingsport number twelve also diverse from previous models for being the first to having the ZF Searex surface drives in lieu of the legendary Arneson.  Engines are twin MTU 1950hp which give a 40 knots wide open throttle, and 30 knots cruise.