10 Used Flybridge Cruisers For Sale Now

We review 10 midsize to mega flybridge cruisers looking for new owners.

For boaters looking for a new-to-them used yacht, now is a great time to start looking at options as the used-yacht segment has been shifting to a buyer’s market. To help boat buyers in their yacht shopping, we go in-depth on 10 used flybridge cruisers that are ready for new owners today.

Princess Yachts S60
The Princess Yachts S60 Rock On has a Bahamas-friendly 4-foot, 7-inch draft, three staterooms and 38-knot speed. Courtesy HMY Yacht Sales

2019 Princess Yachts S60 – Rock On – Palm Beach, Florida

“HMY Yacht Sales has Rock On, a 2019 Princess Yachts S60, listed at $2.149 million. The nearly 38-knot, 60-foot sportbridge yacht is equal parts performance and entertainment thanks to its efficient hull form and well-appointed social spaces.

Rock On reaches its aforementioned 38-knot top hop thanks to optional 1,200 hp MAN V-8 diesels. The 60-footer has a 29-knot cruise speed, and it’s worth noting the engines have only 390 hours. The yacht has also spent its entire life on freshwater.

“While sport-bridge models are occasionally maligned as nothing more than a compromise between a motoryacht and an express cruiser, the Princess S60 represents a solid counterargument to that gripe. There simply isn’t a whole lot of half-stepping to this yacht,” Yachting previously reported

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Ferretti Yachts 750
This Ferretti Yachts 750 has reported 33-knot speed, a four-stateroom layout and a $2.29 million price tag. Courtesy Allied Marine

2015 Ferretti 750 – Sami Kay III – Miami, Florida

“First launched at the 2013 Cannes Yachting Festival, the Ferretti Yachts 750 expanded on the design of its sibling, the Ferretti 720, innovating areas like the tail of the flybridge to give the new 75-footer a sleeker and sportier profile. Allied Marine currently has Sami Kay III, a 2015 Ferretti 750, listed with an asking price of $2.29 million.

When it comes to choosing where to catch some sun on Sami Kay III will you pick the two-person sun pad on the foredeck or the three-person sun pad on the flybridge? How about alfresco dining, will you and your guests eat at the C-shaped dinette on the flybridge or down in the cockpit? Even the captain has to choose between the all-weather lower helm station or the wind-in-your-hair upper helm station. Decisions, decisions.”

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Sea Ray L550 Fly
Sea Ray’s L550 Fly has a Bahama-friendly, 4-foot, 6-inch draft and a 200-plus-nautical-mile range at its 22-knot cruise speed. Courtesy United Yacht Sales

2018 Sea Ray L550 Fly – Lady Gail – Destin, Florida

“Picture this: A three-day weekend is on the horizon. You’ve got a hankering for that fresh conch salad you can only get in Bimini. So, you and the family head out on the new-to-you Sea Ray L550 Fly.

United Yacht Sales currently has Lady Gail, that same Sea Ray L550 Fly you’re daydreaming of, listed for $1.49 million. Whether it’s a daytrip or a weekend sojourn, this 2018, three-stateroom flybridge yacht has the amenities for the cruising family.

The Sea Ray L550 Fly has a galley-aft layout and it’s positioned to easily serve guests in the salon and the cockpit. Nearly 360 degrees of glass keep everyone in the salon connected to the sea. The yacht’s two-seat lower helm station is forward and to starboard. Abaft the helm is a lounge area with facing sofas.”

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Prestige Yachts 560
The 2018 Prestige Yachts 560 Dragonfly has very low-hour diesels, 30-knot speed, room for the cruising family with three staterooms and is asking $998K. Courtesy OneWater Yacht Group

2018 Prestige 560 – Dragonfly – Dania Beach, Florida

“For yachtsmen in the market for a flybridge cruiser, OneWater Yacht Group has Dragonfly, a Prestige 560, listed with an asking price of $998,000. The one-owner, 2018 build has a three-stateroom layout, 30-knot speed and a cabin for crew.

“The Prestige 560 features the original shape of the Prestige 550, yet offers additional advantages,” according to Prestige. “Her swim platform is elongated and affords the same easy access developed for the Yachts range, with an automatically deploying staircase. Her interior has been modified, as well.””

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Monte Carlo MC6
The three-stateroom, 28-knot Monte Carlo MC6 Osiris is listed with Galati Yacht Sales at $1.595 million. Courtesy Galati Yacht Sales

2022 Monte Carlo MC6 – Osiris – Tampa, Florida

“The 2022 Monte Carlo MC6 Osiris is listed with Galati Yacht Sales for $1.595 million. The three-stateroom, flybridge yacht blends 28-knot performance with sleek lines and myriad indoor and outdoor entertainment spaces.

Guests can enjoy alfresco dining at the U-shaped dinette to port on the flybridge. A single helm seat is forward and to starboard with additional bench seating across for guests to take in the view underway. A grill station is abaft the helm station and the after section of the flybridge is open to set up lounge chairs and catch some sun. The flybridge hardtop has a retractable soft-top sunroof, allowing the captain to dial in (or out) the desired amount of sunlight.”

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Azimut Yachts 80 Fly
In addition to a sporty profile, the Azimut Yachts 80 Fly Deep Blue has equally sporty performance. Top speed: 31 knots. Courtesy MarineMax

2018 Azimut 80 Fly – Deep Blue – Pompano Beach, Florida

“The Azimut Yachts 80 Fly called Deep Blue is currently for sale with MarineMax with an asking price of $3.69 million. The 2018 build has chic lines, 31-knot speed and a layout aimed at family cruising fun.

“Azimut designer Stefano Righini got the exterior just right, creating a flybridge and hardtop that enhance the aggressive, but not too racy, lines of the hull,” Yachting previously reported. “In the profile view, the 80 is quite sleek and proportional. From the stern, she has even more attractive symmetry: The superstructure tapers in where it joins the hull, and then flares outward as the flybridge takes over from the salon. Righini thought through the geometry, using straight lines with subtle curves and sharp angles, including a large, blue-mirrored panel at the base of the radar arch that looks like one of the salon windows from a distance.””

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Marquis 65
Twin 1,000 hp Caterpillar C18 diesels give the Marquis 65 Serenity a reported 20-knot cruising speed. Courtesy United Yacht Sales

2008 Marquis 65 – Serenity – Stuart, Florida

“United Yacht Sales currently has Serenity, a Marquis 65, listed with an asking price of $1.35 million. This 2008 flybridge motor yacht is packed with spaces future owners and their guests are sure to enjoy from its four well-appointed staterooms to its EZ2CY enclosed flybridge.

When Yachting first wrote about the Marquis65, we noted how “The new 65-footer is not simply a bigger Carver, in concept or in execution; she is a whole new animal. The company reached beyond its own doors to ensure the new series would be not just what Carver wanted, but what knowledgeable yachtsmen would demand. She is nothing short of world-class.”

To that end, Serenity’s salon has a sense of volume and warmth because of its open floorplan with the country galley forward, rich, high-gloss wood finishes and natural light from nearly 360 degrees of glass. Owners can dial in the desired natural lighting via automatic blinds. The salon also has a three-person sofa and coffee table to port with four lounge chairs positioned around the salon. A spiral staircase to starboard leads to this yacht’s flybridge.”

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Azimut Yachts 50 Fly
Kilauea, a 2017 Azimut Yachts 50 Fly, has three staterooms, 32-knot speed and an asking price of $890,000. Courtesy MarineMax

2017 Azimut 50 Fly – Kilauea – Miami, Florida

“MarineMax currently has Kilauea, an Azimut Yachts 50 Fly, listed with an asking price of $890,000. The 2017 build can sleep six with its three-stateroom, two-head layout.

Yachting first reported that the exterior of Azimut’s 50 Fly, designed by Stefano Righini, is based on the builder’s popular 80-footer. “Retaining some of her key eye-popping elements such as unbroken, porpoise-shaped, single-pane mirrored windows in her superstructure. Aside from being aesthetically pleasing, the windows enhance views from the salon and helm, add an aggressive look to her profile and let natural light bathe the yacht’s interior.”

Stepping on to Kilauea’s swim platform, which doubles as tender stowage, cockpit access is via stairs flanking the transom. The cockpit has a U-shaped sofa aft with a fixed table, just add loose chairs and there is alfresco dining for up to six. Stairs to port lead up to the flybridge while wide side decks with high rails lead to the foredeck, which has bench seating abaft a two-person sun pad.”

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Princess Yachts 52
The three-stateroom, 28-knot Princess Yachts 52′ flybridge Daylight Comet is on the market at $1.348 million. Courtesy Alexander Marine USA

2017 Princess 52– Daylight Comet – Seattle, Washington

Princess Yachts might have broken the mold when it engineered its 52’ Flybridge yacht. Built in Plymouth, England, people describe these yachts as classy, elegant and artistic with plenty of room to keep its passengers and crew comfortable. Daylight Comet, a 2017 52’ Princess, is new to the market and located in Seattle, WA. Buyers should be warned not to hesitate; this offer is not expected to last very long.

Daylight Comet is powered by two. low-hour (980) Caterpillar C-32 Acert diesels, reportedly pushing this yacht to a max speed of 28 knots. Cruising speed is around 23 knots, giving the yacht a range of 260 nautical miles. The layout of this Princess consists of three staterooms with crew quarters, a head located at the stern, salon with galley and the ultimate flybridge. The overall design and appointments of Daylight Comet might remind you of a superyacht, but it can be easily handled by an owner-operator.”

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Fairline Squadron 68
The 2020 Fairline Squadron 68 Blind Date has a 5-foot, 1-inch draft and a reported 31-knot top hop. Courtesy Galati Yacht Sales

2020 Fairline Squadron 68 – Blind Date – Destin, Florida

“The first generation of Fairline’s flagship Squadron 68 was released in 2019, and it is still the largest yacht in the British builder range of boats spanning four lines from 33 to 68 feet length overall. Galati Yacht Sales has the 2020 Fairline Squadron 68, Blind Date, for sale at just shy of $2.6 million.

“Our collaboration with celebrated Italian yacht designer Alberto Mancini combines contemporary style with a long-standing heritage and our award-winning range of designs have become synonymous with outstanding seakeeping, performance and luxury,” Fairline says.

The Squadron 68 has a sporty and sleek profile, aided by covering the topside windows with a black slash that runs nearly the length of the yacht, which brings natural light into the staterooms belowdecks. The rear-leaning supports for the hardtop accent the profile, and reverse-raked glass on the flybridge helps with the aesthetic while reducing glare off the water.”

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