Absolute Yachts is expanding their range of explorer motor yachts with the introduction of the Navetta 64. She sits between the 58 and 68 in the Navetta range, and the design has been described by the yard as an “expression of generous and open-minded engineering.”
This latest model will include a number of innovations, including an optional interior Beach Club, where a sofa can convert into a double bed. This Beach Club has a full-windowed transom, with two sliding doors flanked by two fixed doors.
The transom can be turned into a double cabin with a fully glazed watertight access door. Beach Club by day and VIP cabin with an ensuite head by night: this alchemy is made possible thanks to the placing of the crew cabin – with two berths – directly accessible from the second starboard side door.
Aboard the Navetta 64, all the spaces are designed to offer generous interior space throughout all her rooms.
Wide and uninterrupted side glass windows run from the aft mirror to the windshield. This design is characterised by the significant enlargement of the bow windows and the opening of the side gunwales in the cockpit.
The flybridge has a central helm seat flanked by L-shaped sofas, and the entire forward area of the flybridge can be enclosed.
In the main deck, the living room is surrounded by frameless glass windows, offering breathtaking panoramas. The comfortable sofas, the large table, the entertainment area, and the galley – easily connectable to the cockpit – top it all off.
The area is overlooked by a steering position with a unique windshield of more than 10 feet, curved and frameless for absolute visibility, especially when sitting.
Below the deck, there is a master cabin at the bow with a king-size bed, large side windows, and a full-beam head. There is also a VIP cabin and a double stateroom with single beds. All cabins have ensuite heads.
She will be powered by twin Volvo Penta D13 IPS1200s or IPS1350s. The Navetta 64 is planned to debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival from 8–13 September.