The new Absolute 60 FLY, called “The Absolute Prisma”, boasts design elements such as the owner’s quarter at the bow and an aft cockpit terrace free from any fixed furniture elements.
The owner’s quarter concept features a cabin which takes up the full beam of the boat – unprecedented on a 60-70-foot yacht. The cabin is raised from the lower deck, the ceiling is high, and the array of textures and colours chosen for the interior design will satisfy all tastes.
The boat’s exterior lines are now enriched by glazed balustrades that offer views from both the flybridge and the cockpit: the latter can be furnished to the owner’s taste for the first time.
From the aft cockpit, staircases lead down to the wide swim platform and pantograph transom door into the crew cabin. On the upper deck, the FLY area offers a second open-air saloon with an al-fresco galley and dining area, lounge space and a high-tech helm station. Even the bow area is designed for maximum versatility, sporting a comfortable sofa, a table, a sunbathing area and music.
The Absolute 60 FLY boasts the latest generation technology. Helm stations on the main deck and flybridge both have double piloting seats and both helms offer unobstructed views of the horizon.
Various configurations of the Absolute 60 FLY’s modular furniture are available to fully enjoy the on-board life. Optional solar panels on the hardtop to ensure a lower environmental impact and silence at anchor.
The preview of the new Absolute 60 FLY will take place during Cannes Yachting Festival in September 2021.