The Absolute 40 Fly is a 39-foot motor yacht with a flybridge that was produced by the award-winning Italian yacht-building firm Absolute between the years of 2011 and 2017. This entry-level yacht makes a big impression with classic, clean lines, a wealth of dynamic glazing and a low-slung sun bridge perfectly designed for long sun-kissed afternoons spent out at sea. Yet this is also a serious piece of nautical engineering, boasting a well-balanced planing hull and a set of assertive engines that deliver a thrilling ride.
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An upper helm station designed for elemental and elevated piloting sits to starboard at the front of the flybridge, neatly nestled behind a Venturi-style windscreen. Alongside this there is a forward sunpad for up to three guests that features pop-up headrests and stunning views. To the rear of the bridge sits a swanky L-shaped sofa that hugs a teak-topped breakfast table, perfect for enjoying al-fresco meals and late-night drinks. And hosts do not have to retreat down one level to provide guests with sustenance, as a handy wet-bar console on this level comes with an electric grill, an ice-chipper, a sink and chilled storage.
A three-zone modular sunpad out on the foredeck rounds off the sunbathing spaces on this compact yacht, while for a more shaded experience away from the midday glare, head back to the teak-lined aft-cockpit that sits beneath the rear portion of the bridge. In here you will discover a plush and comfortable transom sofa and a dining table, along with timber and steel steps up to the bridge. The transom sofa attaches to an optional rear sunpad, while side steps lead down to a full-beam hydraulic swimming platform that comes as standard and which can also be used for tender storage.
Sliding glass doors lead into a salon lined in light oak cabinetry and darker oak floorboards, with masses of natural light streaming in through panoramic side glazing. There is room for a home entertainment system to starboard while to port there is a side-sofa with a table and a pair of detachable Ottomans that can turn this into a U-shaped sofa. Up front there is a main-deck helm station equipped with a Raymarine multi-function touchscreen, bow thruster controls, Penta joystick handling, VHF radio, a steering wheel, plenty of chrome-lined analogue instrumentation and a skipper’s door.
The galley sits on a sunken, atrium-like space as you make your way down to the lower-deck, and features white Corian counter-tops, a two-zone hob, a molded sink, a combination oven and plenty of refrigeration. Leather lining, mood lighting, plush carpeting and mirrored wall panels give the lower-deck rooms a sedate feel, and along with an en-suite amidship twin you will find a double en-suite stateroom to the bow with triple mullion windows, a pair of closets, hidden storage, an island bed and a bathroom with a semi-closed shower.
Top speeds edging the 30-knot mark come thanks to a pair of Volvo Penta D6 IPS500 diesel engines with cruising speeds clocking in at around the 23-knot mark, while a fuel tank holding 237 US Gallons will keep you out on the water days on end.