Sweden’s Flying Flipper boats has created a sleek 42-foot speedboat dubbed the Superfly GT 42.
The Superfly is powered by triple outboards, with 400-horse Mercurys the standard equipment and optional 627-horsepower Seven Racing engines that let the Superfly rip the water at nearly 75 mph.
For the practically minded boater who prefers a proper inboard engine/stern drive setup, there are both gas and diesel engines available from Mercury.
Superfly’s coolest feature is the sliding skylight that lets owners switch between an open and closed cockpit, depending on the weather.
Below deck, there is a kitchen, head, forward cabin with two twin-sized beds and a rear master cabin with a double bed.
Superfly’s hull is carbon fiber, decks are teak and the appointments are extravagant.
By Dan Carney