Palma 86 Fly
This project’s aim is to restore to on-board life the part of the stern normally only used for transit and mooring.
The architecture adopted has increased the space available for use to the point where a mini-pool can be installed; the tender is kept on the bathing platform, enabling rapid launching thanks to the tender lift and freeing up even more space (also available in concealed tender version).
The large flying bridge (also available in enclosed version) and a secluded dinette fore of the windscreen complete the outdoor areas available.
The large windows of the saloon increase the space on the roomy, panoramic main deck.
Four cabins below decks (5-cabin solution available) are dominated by the owner cabin amidships with a bathroom and walk-in wardrobe as an added privacy barrier from the crew area.
The VIP cabin is particularly roomy thanks to the bed at an angle to the axis of the vessel, providing a more complex layout than the usual bow cabins.
The slanting stern, low over the water, together with the centrally located superstructure, this creates a yacht with a modern, individual look, reinterpreting the tasteful, timeless lines for which Austin Parker brand has always been famed.