The Prestige 390S is a 39-foot open express cruiser that was produced by the renowned French yacht-building firm Prestige between the years of 2011 and 2014. A collaborative effort between Garroni Design, Michael Peters and the in-house Prestige team, the 390S impresses with an elegant layout, sporty lines and the sort of double-cockpit main-deck usually reserved for vessels with a longer hull form. Yet don’t be deceived by this yacht’s approachable appearance, as this is an aggressive and powerful performer that eats up the waves at top speeds of 35 knots.
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A triple-width modular sunpad with headrests in weather-resistant leather sits out on the foredeck, where, safely enclosed by high guardrails, you can enjoy lengthy afternoons in the sun and marina-facing views. To stern there is a C-shaped transom sofa with sturdy back-rests that surrounds a hardwood-topped breakfast table in the teak-lined aft-cockpit. Side steps back here lead to a full-beam hydraulic bathing platform that is the perfect place to set off on warm-water swimming or snorkeling adventures, while a capacious transom garage on this level is large enough for a Williams jet-tender, a rarity on a yacht of this limited size.
There is no separation between the cockpit and the open-aspect main-deck salon on this model, leading Prestige to dub this a “double-cockpit” yacht. In fact, if it weren’t for the hard-top fiberglass roof you would have trouble distinguishing between indoors for out, thanks to the teak-flooring that continues all the way inside. Panoramic cresting-wave windows and a glazed electronic above-helm sunroof, meanwhile, further enhance this elemental connection to the outdoors, highlighting why this yacht is tailor-made for summer cruising. A U-shaped dining sofa to port is matched with a table, while to starboard there is a wet-bar station with an integrated grill, a sink and chilled drinks storage. Up front there is a loveseat facing a modern helm station that includes an Axius package with Raymarine digital display panels, thruster controls, joystick handling, an autopilot, a Skyhook automatic trim system, VHF radio and more.
An artful approach to maximize compact space has paid dividends across the lower-deck, where an open-galley, a dinette lounge, a main head and two double cabins compete for space. Yet nothing ever feels cramped on this carpeted, climate-controlled and mood-lit level, with the VIP double to the bow boasting enough spare room for hanging lockers and a walk-in closet. The aft double, meanwhile, has ample storage of its own, while the U-shaped dining sofa and table combo in the lower lounge possess the sort of sprawling dimensions required for carefree dining. The open galley, meanwhile, features a Vitroceramic or gas hob, a microwave, a stainless-steel sink, elegant white Corian work surfaces, glossy wenge-lined cabinets and a fridge-freezer unit.
A pair of turbocharged Cummins Mercruiser QSD 4.3 320MHP diesel shaft-drive engines offer top speeds of 35 knots, though buyers can also choose to affix their motors to Zeus pod-drives. At cruising speeds of around 26 knots, you can expect a range of several hundred nautical miles with plenty left in reserve.