The newest launch by French shipyard Chantier Naval Couach, the 4400 Fast Fly, is an exceptional combination of style and performance in a fast planing, composite yacht. Taking the 2012 build, 9.5-meter La Pellegrina as a starting point, along with the 2014 build, 49.3-meter Belongers, this 44-meter flybridge design firmly establishes Couach as a leading French yacht builder with their largest yacht to date.


The Fast Fly interior is a sumptuous symphony of bronze, oak, leather, engraved glass, engraved marble, and elaborate metal and metallic resin inlays on Dacryl. Displaying elements unique to the yacht guided by the hand of the client and captain, this longstanding repeat client chose the Arachon-based yacht builder for the fully customized build that exhibits attentive, detailed, high quality craftsmanship. The long flying bridge proves inviting for sunning, dining, and gathering to admire the views, with the final layout speaking directly to the owners wishes.


Delivering 75 percent of French superyachts exceeding 40 meters, Couach Yachts maintains elite status in a highly competitive industry, continuing to delight clients with made-to-measure yachts of distinction. Accommodating 10 guests attended by 7 crew, the yacht offers three decks, two 16V 4000M93 MTU engines, and tops out at around 24-28 knots, capable of transatlantic voyages cruising at 12 knots when distance trumps speed. An all-fiberglass build, the Fast Fly does both with elegance and luxury.


Backed by 120 years of shipbuilding history and embracing the French savoir faire heritage, Fast Fly is the epitome of Couach’s high end composite yacht design and customization, delivering excellence and expertise in a caprice built for roaming the oceans.