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Austin Parker 54 Fly S, flybridge for the global market

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Austin Parker 54 Fly S
Austin Parker 54 Fly S


Austin Parker 54 Fly S, flybridge for the global market

The curvy, unmistakable lines of the Austin Parker 54 Fly S immediately reveal its character: both inside and outside, elegance and sophistication blend with modern, functional design to place this craft beyond fashion and cliché. On the outside, it has a large cockpit served by a roomy bathing platform and the hangar for the tender.

The interiors are furnished in a warm, comfortable style, with the mood set by use of orange and brown shades alongside wood, with attractive light-dark combinations that give light and interest to the design schemes. The elegant hard top creates comfortable, roomy accom - modation, protected by a glazed screen which separates this area from the cockpit, providing a conve - nient, rational space.

Quality construction and sophisticated solutions are particularly noticeable in the interiors, such as the spacious saloon furnished with leather sofas, given added prestige by the separa - te galley located just underneath the companion way leading to the cabins; an elegant steel and glass handrail assists access to the galley and the below-deck accommodation.

The cabins are elegant, fini - shed in leather and wood. The owner’s cabin has the bed at the side and has its own en-suite bath - room, while the guest cabin has twin beds and a separate bathroom. The layout comprises 3 cabins, 2 bathrooms, crew cabin with bathroom, large saloon and separate galley. The engine room is accessed from the cockpit by means of a large hatch, while the carefully designed layout of the engines and sy - stems allows trouble-free inspection of all parts. The tanks deliver a long range without fuelling stops:

545 litres of freshwater and 2650 litres of fuel. Performance is excellent: cruising speed of 30 knots and top speed of 34 knots with extremely reasonable fuel consumption thanks to the combination of the two 800 or 900 HP MAN engines, the light weight and the optimised lines of the hull.

AUSTIN PARKER, italian yachts in classical style

It was at the end of the ‘90s that the Austin Parker shipyard grasped the potential for developing a line of yachts in the style of the traditional lobster boats used by the fisherman of Maine (USA) in the tough conditions of the Atlantic Ocean.

The yard thus became the first in Italy to invest in this project, creating a distinctive yacht concept that immediately set a trend amongst owners, increasingly attracted by an old fashioned style with a sense of solidity, strength and reliability, immune to passing trends. In 2008 the Austin Parker brand was ac - quired by a group of entrepreneurs with strong yachting traditions, and through the formation of a new company and under the direction of talented managers, it underwent a major relaunch in impressive style.

Within just a few years, with the stylistic contribution of one of Italy ʼs most famous designers, Fulvio De Simoni, the yard created a completely new line of yachts to consolidate a brand capable of meeting ow - ners needs, and achieved outstanding customer satisfaction levels from the very first craft built. And it is its design strategy that has made the key difference, enabling the Austin Parker boatyard to stand out on a competitive, selective, increasingly globalised market. A style suited to universal taste, popular on the new international markets for pleasure craft.

The yard range currently comprises 8 models of yacht from 36 to 74 feet, craft of genuine value, with sophisticated design, skilled construction, choice components, comfort, performance, environment- friendliness and an unmistakable style immune to time and fashions.