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Introduced in 2015, the Sea Ray 510 Fly joins the L650 Fly in Sea Rays growing fleet of new-age motoryachts. With her sleek lines and distinctive hull windows, the Fly looks much like a purebred European yacht. (Take away the Sea Ray badge and most would think she was built in Italy.) Entering through triple-pane sliding glass doors, the salon offers facing leather sofas, a fixed dining table to starboard, solid hardwood flooring, and an entertainment center in the starboard corner. The 510s large galley is up two steps from the salon, and the lower helm station to starboard features a single Stidd captains chair and opening side window. There are three staterooms and two heads below including a full-beam master with hull windows and two-person dinette, and a spacious VIP stateroom forward with private access to the day head and shower. The cockpit has an L-shaped lounge to port (with crew quarters entry under) and an electric grill opposite, tucked under the bridge stairs. Topside, the flybridge is huge for a boat this size. Standard 684hp Cummins V-drive diesels cruise at 2426 knots (30+ top). Cummins 600hp diesels with Zeus pod drives and joystick controls are optional.
Overview World-class Sea Ray express with wide beam offers more cockpit, interior space than same-size European sportyachts of her era.
Features Posh two-stateroom interior with cherry cabinets, Ultraleather seating includes two full heads, home-size galley with pull-out bar, salon entertainment center, central vacuum system, hardwood flooring. Retractible sun pad, hardtop, wraparound helm were standard.
Comments Underwater exhausts reduce cockpit fumes.
Performance Cat 660hp V-drive diesels cruise at 25 knots; 770hp Cats will cruise in the high 20s.