The Prestige 680 Fly is a large but lightweight 70.4-foot luxury flybridge motoryacht first debuted by French shipyard Prestige at the 2015 Cannes Yachting Festival. Designed by Italian firm Garroni Design, JP Concepts, Prestige Engineering and J&J Design, this yacht’s massive flybridge makes a strong case, but the generous living areas and private owner’s suite make it a truly exceptional vessel that is popular on the used and charter markets. An outstanding example of Prestige’s acclaimed F-line, the 680F offers a superior sense of the brand’s emphasis on light, space, ease of movement and privacy.
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Steps from the generous swim platform lead up to the well-appointed cockpit sheltered by the flybridge overhang but with views out to sea. A large sofa is served by a dining table facing the convivial aft galley that is perfectly placed to service both cockpit and salon. The foredeck features a huge sunpad ideal for stargazing or simply lounging in the sun.
The massive flybridge has three distinct but interactive areas. Its aft L-shaped seating with soft upholstery curves around a folding dining table for an al fresco meal. A forward sunpad offers lounge seating behind the portside helm, which features two Raymarine displays and extended bench seating. A small J-shaped seating area extends from the helm to starboard, situated just forward of an outdoor galley with a sink, counter space, grill, refrigerator, and icemaker.
The salon’s aft galley is well-equipped, with two stainless-steel sinks, a combination microwave and grill, a 3-burner stovetop, and a Corian worktop configured in an L-shape to maximize space and ease of movement. The dining area is conveniently situated starboard, with a sofa wrapped around a table with additional freestanding chairs.
The salon is enhanced by 360-degree views from glass panels that extend from the windscreen to the cockpit. Further seating is located forward in a dedicated lounge area, with an L-shaped sofa and armchair facing a low coffee table. The helmstation is just forward to starboard, with plenty of space for owner-operates to concentrate while still participating in the conversation.
A companionway to port of the helm provides private access to the forward full-beam double owner’s suite below deck, a true sanctuary away from guests with a walk-in wardrobe, situated at the bow far away from the engine room. Accessed via a companionway just forward of the dining area, the double VIP suite is located at the engine room bulkhead, with an ensuite bathroom and walk-in shower. Sandwiched between these two cabins are two twin cabins that share access to the day head. A third double guest room is located just forward of the VIP suite with its own ensuite bathroom and walk-in shower.
Each cabin benefits from big hull windows that introduce fresh, natural light. A crew quarters is located aft of the engine room and accessed via a watertight transom door off the swim platform. A head here services the crew and anyone enjoying the swim platform. An optional layout with four cabins retains the owner’s and VIP suites but divides the third guest suite in half to create two single cabins that share a day head.
The 680F is equipped with twin 900hp Volvo Penta D13 IPS 1200 engines which reach top speeds of 30 knots and a 25-knot cruising speed with a 350nm range.