The Mochi Dolphin 54 Fly is essentially the same as the Dolphin 54, but with the addition of a flybridge. She retains the same authentic look of the New England lobster boats from which she is descended, and combines that with the refined sophistication of a period style interior and the best of the Ferretti Group’s engineering expertise.
The interior of the Mochi Dolphin 54 Fly has all the quality and character of a classic yacht. The main wheelhouse/saloon is a magnificent space, sumptuously furnished, and affording superb views all round through the huge windows. A sliding glass partition opens onto the aft deck. On the lower deck there are three double suites and an optional crew cabin.View Gallery
The essence of the lobster boat style is the big, open space of the aft cockpit, which traditionally would have been used to handle fishing gear, but which lends itself just as well to relaxing in your favourite lounger. The centre section of the transom folds down to reveal the tender, stowed under the aft cockpit floor, and to create a bathing platform. Steps lead up from the aft cockpit to the flybridge, which has a fully fitted helm, c-shaped seating and a sunbed.View Gallery
With its fine bow and broad stern, the Mochi Craft hull form offers exceptional performance, remarkable sea keeping and sure-footed handling, even in challenging sea conditions. And yet it also provides a comfortable, stable platform when it's at rest. Two 800hp MAN diesels give the Mochi Dolphin 54 Fly a top speed of 32 knots (36mph).
|Length overall||54 ft 8 in / 16.65 m|
|Engines||MAN R6 - 800 CR|
|Engine HP||2 x 800 hp|
|Max speed||32 knots|
|Range at cruising speed||300 nm|
|Cabins (ex crew)||3|
|Berths (ex crew)||6|