The Beneteau Flyer GT 38 combines big-boat details, such as large sunpads and expansive hull-side windows, with innovations thatThe forward master has plenty of stowage and natural light.The cozy saloon puts the cook in the conversation.The dinette area makes the most of floor space in the intimate saloon.The cockpit dinette offers both sunny and sheltered seating; its table folds open to provide more room for food and guests.The one-piece windshield provides a clear view for both the helmsman and passengers.
This article originally appeared in the February 2012 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.
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