The Prestige 590 Fly is a 61-foot family cruiser yacht with a flybridge that was launched by the renowned French yacht-building firm Prestige in 2019. Crafted in collaboration with naval stylists Garroni Design, this yacht boasts a timeless profile with sleek curves, a striking white livery and masses of dynamic glazing across the faceted superstructure and hull sides.
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This is very much a yacht made with the outdoors in mind, and nowhere demonstrates this better than up on the expansive, open-air flybridge. An L-shaped sofa to aft surrounds a teak-topped breakfast table and sits up against a forward-facing loveseat. Across from this stands a wet-bar console with a grill and chilled storage, while occupying the entire full-beam of the bridge at the front is a sprawling daybed where you can laze for hours on end in the summer sunshine. Also on offer up here is a raised helm station to port with superb visibility, and an optional Bimini roof.
A truly mammoth modular sunpad down on the foredeck has to be one the largest ever seen on a yacht of this class and is comprised of seven padded cushions that are joined together to create a Casbah-style lounge. To stern there is a shaded, teak-lined aft-cockpit with a transom sofa that can be turned into a sunpad and side steps down to a large hydraulic swimming platform with a swim ladder, and access to an optional tender garage that can be exchanged for a crew quarters.
Retractable mirrored glazing and doors separate the aft-cockpit from the spacious, oak and wengewood-lined salon, where you will immediately encounter a walk-in aft-galley with laminated Alpi countertops, Miele and Bosch appliances, a capacious fridge-freezer tower and a stainless-steel sink. Ahead of this there is an L-shaped corner sofa and a loveseat to starboard, as well as a sprawling U-shaped sofa to port that surrounds an extending steel and timber table, all beautifully lit thanks to expansive side glazing with razor-thin window frames. A leather pulpit seat, meanwhile, faces the ultra-modern helm station, where you will find all the latest gadgets required for confident navigation, including Raymarine Axiom display screens, thruster controls, a steering wheel, FLIR DockSense technology, an integrated Ship Control system, a Seakeeper stabilizer switch, Skyhook trim tabs, Zeus joystick handling and VHF radio.
A trio of en-suite cabins across the lower-deck provide sleeping quarters for up to six overnight guests, who will enjoy plush carpeting, horizontal mullions, golden-hued mood lighting, rounded edges, timber accents and plenty of storage. A VIP double to the bow features a full-height closet, side cabinets and a large bathroom, while a port-side twin never feels cramped thanks to plenty of head clearance and mirrored wall panels. The full-beam owner’s stateroom is even more impressive, boasting a booth-style seating lounge, a work-desk with a pop-up vanity station, a queen-sized bed, a wall-mounted HDTV, a walk-in closet and a marble-lined bathroom with a waterfall shower.
A pair of 600MHP Cummins QSC 8.3 Zeus pod-drive diesel engines provide top speeds of up to 30 knots, with cruising speeds of 22 knots offering a comfortable ride and a range of almost 300 nautical miles. Those who like to glide serenely across the water at the more leisurely pace of 7 knots, meanwhile, will be pleased to note that at this speed the yacht boasts a horizon-busting range of 1,145 nautical miles. An entirely new proprietary hull crafted from resin-infused GRP with a raked bow and a wide keel section strikes just the right balance between lower-deck space and directional stability.