Unmatched space and comfort
Queens Yachts and Flagmarine are back to seduce us by introducing a new model. The Queens 50 Fly, is the first 50′ of the shipyard, and features a second deck insofar sported exclusively in the fortunate 86 ‘Sport Fly model.
The experience of the TDF Studio (Archs. Locarno and Vienna, Milan), led to a design of ensured impact. The 50 Queens’ Fly yacht offers a sporty, elegant silhouette characterized by novel, large windows, and a fly that although generous in space does not create discontinuities in the line. The engine features 2 Volvo D6 IPS 600 (435HPX2). Through simple joy sticks in the plank or the fly, they enable safe and intuitive operation as well as electronic monitoring of the engines.
In the engine room, the gained space facilitates maintenance and inspection. The equipment was very logically arranged. A parking garage across from the bridge opening is provided to accommodate the tender. The generosity of spaces characterizing all Queens Yachts is evident in the cockpit and the bridge, whose sophisticated look can be further enhanced with the optional teak finishing. In the same area a convertible sofa is found, together with an optional cabinet fully customizable with a sink, a refrigerator and/or a barbecue grill. To safely access the Fly Bridge, stairs in stainless steel and teak were designed. A solid glass sliding door with 4 elements can be closed to create a moment of privacy and separation from the cockpit, or kept open to offer continuity between the exterior and interior.
The main deck saloon is spacious and comfortably accommodates the 12 people allowed on board, achieved by means of two relaxation areas. The first is on the left, and with a large table and is used primarily as a saloon. The other is at starboard and offers a friendly environment typical of large yachts through a small sofa with concealeable TV. At the entrance, next to starboard, a full kitchen is installed including hood, hob, oven, baskets, cutlery, waste bin, drawers, etc.. On the left, the fridge/freezer elements span the full height, and the rest of the furniture provides wide working space in the galley. The command post is also found at the right and is fully customizable. The same location contains all the equipment to complete engine control. Centrally towards the bow, the lower deck is designed to ease the passage between cabins. A breakfast sofa was placed in the hall together with a chart table and the control board in a visible and safe area. As for the main deck, the sleeping area features furnishing elements of highest quality, custom craftsmanship and essences cunningly matched to innovative materials and synthetic leather.
The master stateroom is full beam, Queens Yachts in style, and is very spacious thanks to the transversal bed. The access to the lavatory is en-suite with separate shower. Two other cabins are present: the VIP cabin n the bow area with a bed convertible in twin beds, and bathroom with shower. The double access. serves also the third full-height cabin equipped with two twin beds convertible on demand. The area of the fly is extremely comfortable. In addition to the second, fully equipped steering station, a large U-shaped settee on the left is large enough to sit the guests during meals. There is also additional furniture with a sink, plus another very spacious sundeck on the steering cabin’s side. In style with the shipyard, Queens 50 ‘fly represents a mini luxury yacht. The Shipyard technical offices will devise the innovative solutions required to give shape to the owner’s dreams. Queens 50 ‘Fly will sail the seas for the first time in summer 2012. The world premiere of this new yacht will take place in September at “Le Grand Pavois” in La Rochelle (France) and then at the Paris Motor Show in December.