The Prestige 400 is a 39-foot luxury motor yacht with a flybridge launched by the renowned French yacht-building firm Prestige back in 2010. A joint effort between Garroni Design, Michael Peters and the in-house Prestige team, this yacht bears the clean European lines, aerodynamic curves, luxury finish and powerful engines that have become this brand’s hallmark in recent years. Perfect for family cruising, this popular yacht can host up to four overnight guests and plenty more during the day across its lower-deck cabins and comfortable outdoor lounge spaces.
SI Yachts is proud to be one of the top Prestige Yachts dealers in the world. We continually stock new models in inventory and have boats on order. We can help you build your own customized Prestige, as well as take your existing boat in on trade. We also have access to a large inventory of used Prestige Yachts for sale.
Up on the flybridge you can enjoy al-fresco cruising with the wind in your face at the starboard side helm station, or, for a more relaxed approach, why not try elevated sunbathing across a sprawling port-side lounge space. Up here there is a rear sunpad in weather-resistant Sunbrella leather or grey upholstery that connects to a vast U-shaped sofa with a matching breakfast table. An equally dramatic, sun-kissed lounge space exists down on the foredeck, too, where a double-width modular sunpad offers marina-facing views safely enclosed by high stainless-steel guardrails. Heading to the stern you will discover a teak-lined aft-cockpit with a transom dining table and a transom gate that connects to a full-beam hydraulic bathing platform and an extending Besenzoni passerelle.
The fully enclosed main-deck salon always seems bright and breezy thanks to wrap-around side glazing and sliding glass doors to the rear, while warm timber surfaces, dazzling white leather, metallic fixtures and recessed lighting exude a feel of restrained and elegant luxury. An L-shaped dining sofa to starboard with an ottoman surrounds a timber-clad breakfast table, while to port there is a loveseat, cabinetry, and room for a mounted HDTV. Up front there is a two-seater helm station equipped with Raymarine electronics, MaxPower bow thrusters, joystick handling, VHF radio, Cummins engine feedback, a Plastimo offshore compass and autopilot, not to mention superb visibility.
Steps to the lower-deck lead you initially to a sunken open galley with an atrium-feel, where Corian work surfaces, a stainless-steel sink, a three-burner stove, Isotherm fridge-freezer units and a Sharp combination microwave oven await. Beyond this you will find a lower-deck main-head with an open shower fixture along with an amidship double bedroom that can be turned into a twin and a VIP double to the bow with a skylight, insert windows and a pair of full-height side closets.
A pair of 380MHP Cummins MerCruiser QSB5.9 diesel shaft-drive engines prompt top speeds of around 31 knots and swift cruising speeds of 23 knots. At this lower pace you can expect a range of approximately 200 nautical miles, more than enough for extended weekends spent island hopping in the Adriatic or Florida Keys.