Flyer (1980 - 1987)

Flyer 64

Flyer 64

The Flyer 64 has the power and flexibility of a big cat. Its exceptional stability and the unrivalled sound-proofing of its engine make steering incredibly pleasurable.

Flyer 56

Flyer 56

Whatever the version, “cabin cruiser” or “open”, the Flyer 56 is a real aesthetic success. Its aggressive but non-exaggerated lines and the purity of its design immediately evoke the sporty nature of this boat which is built for high performance. With a Flyer 56, the pleasures abound. Firstly, the joy of piloting a high-performance, high-class boat with unrivalled seafaring behaviour. Sporty types can practise all skiing disciplines, slalom or combo, figure, aquaplaning, and why not dare to try barefoot skiing.  

Flyer 54

Flyer 54

With the Flyer 54, the sport is enriched with a note of significant comfort.At the rear of the huge cockpit, there is a large sunbathing area for skiingand fishing. In the well-lit cabin, around a removable table, there are two benches that can easily be converted into berths for two or three people. .

Flyer 47

Flyer 47

Beneteau Flyers demonstrate their difference at first glance.A hull designed by a world champion, Cees Van Der Velden, and superstructures created by a top designer, Joel Bretecher.