Italy’s Absolute Yachts has publicly unveiled more renderings of its upcoming model, the 60 FLY.
The announcement follows Absolute Yachts’ release of the 60 FLY’s interior renderings in March.
Regarded as the ‘Absolute Prisma,’ this re-envisioned flybridge runs at 18.66 metres in length and features a beam of 4.94 metres.
Performance-wise, the 60 FLY runs on twin Volvo Penta IPS 950 engines, each featuring 533 kW, and has a fuel capacity of 2800 litres.
Across its three decks, including the spacious aft cockpit, the model can also fit 16 people and is a Category B yacht.
“A new dimension of nautical living, 60 FLY – The Absolute Prisma – expresses all the innovation of our shipyard by implementing revolutionary solutions for a boat of this size,” reads a press release supplied by Absolute Yachts.
“The design is dynamic and captivating, with external lines enriched by elegant transparencies thanks to the new glazed balustrades.
“Large windows surround the main deck, creating exclusive contrasts and giving the interiors unparalleled luminosity.”
The 60 FLY will have its public debut at September’s Cannes Yachting Festival.
Founded in 2002, Absolute Yachts is a luxury yacht designer and builder providing models that range from 47–73 feet in three series: the Navetta, the Flybridge and the Coupé. The brand is based in Podenzano, Italy.