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Beneteau Flyer 750 Cabrio (2011-)
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Brief Summary

In August, 2010, Beneteau introduced the Flyer 750 Cabrio, a retro-styled dayboat aimed at water-sports enthusiasts of all stripes. The 7.2 m LOA (23' 7") Cabrio isn't old-fashioned, though: She rides on a single-step hull, can take up to a 300-hp outboard, has an interesting two-level swim platform and hide-away stowage for the Bimini top. While she's not meant for cruising, there's a head and V-berths belowdecks, fine for napping (or whatever) during a rigorous day of having fun on the water. Two couples, maybe three if they're svelte, can share a comfortable U-shaped lounge in the cockpit, which can be accessorized with a refrigerator and gas-fired cooktop. Beneteau says the Flyer 750 Cabrio is the "ultimate versatile dayboat." Do you agree?

Captain's Report

Beneteau Flyer 750 Cabrio (2011-) Captain's Report is archived.