danishDanish Yachts in Skagen, Denmark, has revealed AeroCruiser 38 II FLY, the latest addition to its AeroCruiser range of superyachts.

Designed by Espen Oeino, the vessel follows on the success of the AeroCruiser 38 II design and build, introducing a flybridge model to the range.

Featuring elegant sleek lines, her design and state-of-the-art-technology are inspired by the world of private aviation. However, the seafaring style of the AeroCruiser 38 II FLY is clear through Oeino’s signature curved bow, and innovative flybridge.

danish2The flybridge has been created to offer extensive space for entertaining and alfresco dining. The aft deck features unobtrusive views, and when opening the main saloon double glass aft doors, the main deck becomes a large open space with a complete seamless transition trough to the wheelhouse.

The bow deck lounge has been modified to allow for more seating and sunbeds in addition to offering additional dining facilities.danish3

Her interiors feature Scandinavian elegance provided by the abundance of natural light and mixture of curved symmetrical lines and surfaces.

AeroCruiser 38 II FLY can accommodate up to 10 guests in four cabins. A cinema room can be modified into a fifth guest room.

The ultra lightweight carbon fibre construction developed at Denish yachts allows AeroCruiser 38 II FLY to reach speeds of up to 50kts, or cruise between 20-30kts, with a range of 1,500nm.

Danish Yachts builds carbon fibre superyachts and its portfolio comprises custom, and high performance motor and sailing yachts. AeroCruiser 38 II FLY joins Danish Yachts’ AeroCruiser range, which comprises four models.