From the aft cockpit on the main deck, access is gained to the large salon with a comfortable conversation area, furnished with sofas, a concealing TV cabinet, and a central dining table seating 10 people. Behind this area, the helm station features three pilot seats and all the necessary engine control and navigation electronic equipment. The wide windshield and the side glazing, typical of CCN yachts, ensure outstanding visibility. Above the table are the opening roof top and two large glazed surfaces (one of which can be opened to access the fly bridge). Below deck, a passage room furnished with bookshelves allows for a differentiated access to the night area: aft is the full-beam master stateroom, while a corridor runs towards the bow, reaching the VIP cabin, which is also full-beam. On the sides of the corridor are the other two guest cabins, with separate beds and Pullman beds. All cabins are ensuite with private shower. Remaining below deck, a winding staircase located aft allows to reach the service area, which includes a large galley, also used as a relaxation area for the crew and from which direct access is gained both to the engine room and the captain’s cabin (with two berths and separate head); the second crew cabin, with three berths and separate head, is located at the extreme bow and is accessed independently from the main deck.
Outside, the 29 sq. m fly bridge is extremely flexible and highly customisable. A second pilot station with concealing console can be found here, while at the stern are an extendable dining table, a barbecue, and a large sunbathing area.
Besides her spacious fly bridge, this yacht can also boast two pleasant outdoor areas: at the stern on the main deck, the cockpit features a comfortable sunbathing area and a dinette with multi-function table, while at the bow is a day area with a huge round sofa that can comfortably seat up to 20 people.
The yacht’s layout is completed by the garage: the garage door and the transom can be lifted, allowing to access this technical area equipped with two slides to launch the water toys – a 4.30 m tender and a large jet-ski. Thanks to the hydrodynamic features of her hull, the two engines, and the ZF Searex surface drives, the 102’ FlyingSport can reach a cruising speed above 30 knots and peak speeds of 40 knots.