Beneteau Flyer 8.8 Sundeck | 2017

87,000 | La Napoule France

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  • Make Beneteau
  • Model Flyer 8.8 Sundeck
  • Year 2017
  • LOA 26ft/8m
  • Ancasta Ref 43106
  • Name Haloa


A very well equipped example of this hugely popular craft
A host of extras and modifications have been professionally installed


Built by Beneteau in 2017
Twin Evinrude 200 hp outboards (white)


Spacious cockpit with aft bench and three fold away benches
Exterior galley
Double berth under helm
Head with electric wc and shower
Convertible salon with table
Sun mattresses on fore deck


Twin Evinrude 200 hp OH outboards 520 hours as of 01/11/23 (still under warranty)
Bow thruster
New starring pump 2023


Chain locker with 30 metres of chain (2023) and éà meters of rope
Windlass with wander lead control
Bow thruster
Inshore safety equipment package
Shore line
25 L water heater
Cockpit sink and single gas burner
Cockpit fridge
Interior fridge
Bespoke dresser for glasses etc
Full set of cushions with towelling
Full set of covers
Garmin 722 Chart plotter
Evinrude dashboard monitor

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