Absolute 60 Fly features forward master
The upcoming Absolute 60 Fly features a full-beam master cabin forward on the lower deck, following the designs on the Italian builder’s larger models.
Absolute has revealed more details and renders of its upcoming 60 Fly, which features a full-beam owner’s cabin in the bow and an aft-deck terrace configuration, with no fixed furniture. Furthermore, solar panels can be integrated into the hard-top and will be featured on hull one.
The first 60 Fly is scheduled for a media preview in Savona in June before its official premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival from September 7-12, along with the 48 Coupé, another of Absolute’s ‘Generation 2022’ models.
The Italian builder has nicknamed the 60 Fly ‘The Absolute Prisma’ and its master suite forward on the lower deck is among the main features. Accessed by portside stairs, the master suite is positioned three steps above the starboard double and port twin cabins located midships.
The master has a forward-facing bed and to starboard is a vanity desk and a walk-in wardrobe aft, while the bathroom is in the bow.
On the main deck, the aft cockpit’s standard configuration is as an ‘aft deck terrace’, with a clear deck to be dressed with free-standing furniture at the owner’s choice. The deck sits above the crew cabin, accessed through the pantograph door in the transom.
The flybridge has a similar clear area for furniture aft as well as a wet bar and twin helm station to port, while starboard is a table and C-shaped sofa adjoining a forward sofa and large sunpad. The foredeck has a forward-facing sofa and a triple sunpad with adjustable backrests.
The main-deck interior features an aft galley and a dining table to starboard, while up a step is the saloon with a C-shaped sofa to port and a cabinet with TV to starboard.
As well as the twin helm to starboard, a third mooring station is available at the stern, which can be integrated in a dedicated cabinet in the cockpit on starboard side and equipped with joystick, bow thruster control and engines ignition panel.
The inland shipyard near Milan is debuting its new Coupé range of yachts featuring solar power this year and offering the technology on other new models such as the 60 Fly.