The Prestige 750 Fly is a 74-foot luxury motor yacht with a flybridge that was launched by the renowned French yacht-building firm Prestige in 2014. A collaborative effort between naval stylists Garroni Design and the in-house Prestige team, this flagship vessel impresses with a classic white and blue livery, sleek lines, blade-sharp glazing, cutting-edge tech and elegant living spaces. An instant hit with the critics, the 750 won two awards at the 2014 Cannes Boat Show, including one for “Best Layout”, and followed this success up with the award for “Boat of the Year” in its class at the 2015 International Yacht & Aviation Awards held in Venice, Italy.
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A cantilevered hard-top canopy with a fully retractable sunroof delicately floats above the teak-lined main-deck, offering guests the choice between cool shade and full sunlight at the touch of a button. At the rear of the bridge, you will find a hydraulic Opacmare davit and room for tender storage, though some owners choose to fit this space out as an aft-sun lounge. Further forward there is a sprawling starboard side seating area with a modular U-shaped sofa attached to a double sunpad and a forward loveseat. To port there is a wet-bar station with a grill, an icemaker and chilled storage, as well as a fully equipped upper helm for one.
Al-fresco lounge spaces on the main-deck are no less impressive, with a Sunbrella leather sunpad for up to three out on the foredeck connecting to a forward-facing sofa right by the bow with stunning marina-facing views. To stern there is a shaded aft-cockpit with a transom sofa and a full-size dining table, as well as side steps back to a full-beam bathing platform and a Besenzoni passarelle.
Restrained elegance in tones of light Alpi oak or darker wengewood await as you enter into the main-deck salon via sliding glass doors. The galley is located aft in here to directly connect to the cockpit, and comes with a walk-around island, Miele appliances, a four-zone hob, a fridge-freezer, a stainless-steel sink, a wine cooler and Corian work surfaces with a glass-and-steel dining table for up to six to starboard. The salon boasts a trio of sofas in white leather as well as a bespoke coffee table and ottomans, with plenty of room in here for handsome cabinetry and a home entertainment system. The port-side helm station on this model sits on a raised mezzanine level within the salon itself, giving the dashboard the very best of both raised pilot-house and open-style helm stations. Superb visibility up here combines with two Raymarine GS display screens, a Xenta joystick, trim tab and thruster controls, a ship management system, engine feedback, VHF radio and more.
At the front of the main-deck you will find a true rarity for a yacht of this size: a main-deck owner’s stateroom. This palatial suite features a king-sized bed, a chaise-longue, a pop-up work-desk, a walk-in dressing room, and a huge bathroom with stone surrounds and a shower cubicle. Plenty of room for six more guests exists on a spacious lower-deck with impressive head clearance, including a pair of en-suite twins and an en-suite double stateroom. Cabins on this level benefit from skylights, mullioned windows, mood-lighting, plush carpeting and mirrored wall-panels, while a crew quarters for two is accessed via a private transom door.
A pair of MAN V8 1200MHP diesel shaft-drive engines power the 750 to top speeds of around 29 knots with consistent cruising speeds of approximately 24 knots. Should you wish to take your time traversing the seven seas at the sedate pace of 5.5 knots than you can expect an explorer-like range of over 2800 nautical miles, while a Seakeeper 9000 stabilizer keeps this yacht well-balanced.