By Shayne Benowitz
The Bow. Until the Fury Flyer’s Ocean Pro 35 design came along, the most passengers allowed on one boat was 12. With seating that wraps around towards the bow, we have room for three more people in our ultra spacious seating area. It’s not often that we fill the boat to maximum capacity, so when you come out that just mean there’s more room for stretching out and soaking up the sun. Traveling with a large group? Request the Fury Flyer to accommodate your party. We’re the only one on the island who can.
The Helm Station. This is where your captain makes the magic happen. The wheel, the throttle, the winch, and the compass are located here. Parasailing is a fine science and the technology on the new Fury Flyer allows for smooth sailing on every flight. Engine diagnostics are displayed on a sleek screen providing your captain with all of the information he needs to give you a safe flight.
The Stern. This is where the takeoffs and landings take place—aka, where the fun starts! This launching pad is a full four feet longer than any other boat in Key West Harbor. That means your ascent into the air will be dry, safe, and smooth. A comfortable carpet is also affixed to the deck so you have a soft spot to return on your landing.
At Fury, the mates and crew have been enjoying the comfort of this spacious new boat and the advanced technology that comes with it. We hope to take you out flying on the Fury Flyer in the near future!
Shayne Benowitz is a Fury crewmember and freelance writer working on her debut novel. For more travel stories and a daily dose of what’s cool around the globe visit her Wanderlust Website at http://web.me.com/shaynebeth.
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