In addition to the much-anticipated premier of the Prestige X-70, the luxury yacht builder has also announced the debut of two new models. The all-new Prestige 690 Flybridge and 690S Sportfly will splash in early 2021 making them the flagship models for their respective model lines. The 690 Flybridge will replace the 680 Flybridge, while the 690S will replace the 680S.
"Anytime Prestige releases a new yacht, it's exciting," said Jay Hendrix, V.P. of SI Yachts. "They have perfected the art of living on the water in many different styles depending on what kind of boating you'd like to do. Both the 690 Fly and the 690S will be exceptional when they make their debut. Combine these world-class yachts with our ability to take your boat in trade, our team of factory-trained sales professionals, and our industry-leading service team, and it's easy to see why we sell so many Prestige Yachts!"
To learn more about build slots, available inventory, or information about other Prestige models, please either email us at Sales@SIYachts.com or give our main office a call at (718) 984-7676.
Exterior of the Prestige 690 Flybridge:
The exterior of the 690 Flybridge is traditional Prestige design and beautiful lines flowing from bow to stern. The picture-sized windows are noticeably large and provide great views and lots of natural light in the salon and formal dining area. The flybridge hardtop has a sunroof and a generously-sized bridge seating area. Prestige always does a remarkable job with the layouts of their flybridge and the 690 is no exception. Aft of the upper helm station is a dining table for 6 to 8 guests and a wetbar/grill station. Owners have the choice of either a sofa with adjoining teak table or an extra large sunpad furthest aft on the flybridge. The foredeck lounge and the gorgeous aft cockpit (with an electrically operated sunshade) are the other notable exterior spaces.
Interior Main Deck Layout of the Prestige 690 Flybridge:
The galley is placed aft on the 690 Flybridge allowing easy access to serving guests seated in the cockpit. It features a fridge and freezer, Corian worktop, 3-burner induction cooktop, and plenty of storage. The ambiance of the salon is certainly that of a 'home on the water' as Prestige has dedicated itself to achieving. The interior helm station, like the flybridge station, has joystick control for easy docking.
Interior Lower Deck Layout Options:
The Prestige 690 can accommodate up to 8 guests plus 2 additional crew. The master suite is featured in the bow and stretches the full beam of the yacht. It is accessed only through a private staircase near the main deck interior helm. The VIP suite is placed midship and is nearly as large as the master stateroom. Owners will have a choice of adding an additional VIP or breaking it up into 2 other staterooms with side-by-side bunks.
Exterior Of The Prestige 690S Sportfly:
At first glance, it's impossible not to notice the sportbridge. While not Prestige's normal XXL flybridge, the builder understands the experience of operating the yacht from an elevated position like the upper helm. The sportbridge helm has two seats at the controls, joystick maneuverability, and two lounges with adjustable backrests. Aft on the sportbridge is a U-shaped couch with teak table so you still have the opportunity to enjoy cocktails or dinner with a 360-degree view. Large picture windows line the main deck and lower deck into the staterooms.
Interior Lower Deck Layout Options:
Exactly like the Prestige 690 Fly, the 690S also accommodates up to 8 guests with 2 crew. The crew cabin is aft near the transom. When ordering a 690S, you will have the option of building your Prestige with either an extra VIP suite or two smaller guest cabin with single beds. For exceptional life at sea, Prestige Yachts is truly an artist in their craft.