Couach Yachts launches the 4400 Fast Fly – latest in its superyacht series
24 January, 2017
French shipyard Chantier Naval Couach – which owns Couach Yachts – has launched the latest in its superyachts line, the 4400 FAST FLY. The 4400 FLY FAST has been rethought around the 49.5m M/Y La Pellegrina (5001 FLY delivered in 2012), and the 49.3m M/Y Belongers (5002 FLY delivered 2014). Like the previous two, the yacht has been fully customized and is a unique project in itself. There has been particular attention to the interior details and craftsmanship of the 4400 FAST FLY.
The yacht’s interior features a combination of exceptional materials including bronze, oak, treated leathers, engraved glass, engraved marble, Dacryl® with copper inlay, and metallic resin. Many decorative elements were created specifically for the yacht, hand in hand with the client and the captain.
The owner of the yacht has a longstanding relationship with the Couach Yachts.
Including this latest project, three-quarters of the superyachts over 40 metres that were delivered in France in the last five years have emerged from the Couach Yachts shipyard (source: SuperyachtIntelligence.com). The completion of the 4400 FLY FAST cements Couach Yachts’ position as the foremost French superyacht builder, in a country renowned for its proud maritime history.
Since 1897, just like its boats that are subjected to the caprices of the ocean, excellence of its marine qualities of its boats have given the shipyard its international reputation. Specialized over the years in very high end composite yacht design and customization, the shipyard has cultivated an exceptional savoir-faire where hand-craftsmanship remains essential for the creation of unique custom and semi-custom vessels. Couach is the French leader of “made-to-measure” in yachting. A prestigious savoir-faire based on its many years of experience.
Couach offers a large range of yacht which have in common the recognized perfection of its hull and a distinct identity.