The new yacht is part of the Generation 2022 range, featuring new layouts and solar power
| 30 March 2021
Absolute Yachts has released images of its latest design, the 60 Fly, part of the new Generation 2022 range for the Italian yard. The new 60-footer offers some interesting design elements for a yacht in this size range.
The master cabin is in the bow and raised from the lower deck with a high ceiling. There is a walk-in wardrobe, a vanity with a sea view and wide side windows for the best possible view.
The exterior lines are enhanced by glazed balustrades for great sea views from the main cockpit.
From the aft cockpit there are two staircases, ideal to reach the wide platform to enjoy a terrace just above the sea; the ample dimensions of the platform offer a comfortable entrance to the crew cabin, through the pantograph door concealed in the transom.
On the upper deck, the Fly area offers an al-fresco galley and dining area, lounge space and helm station.
Both helm stations on the main deck and flybridge have comfortable, double piloting seats. From the main deck dashboard, a very wide windscreen, with minimised and rounded side support pillars, offers a good view of the horizon.
A third mooring station is also available at the stern, which can be integrated in a dedicated cabinet in the cockpit on starboard side, equipped with joystick, bow thruster control and engines ignition panel.
The interior of the Absolute 60 Fly features modular furniture that can be changed as needed.
Absolute has plans for solar panels to be installed into the hard-top to ensure a lower environmental impact. At anchor, the owner and guests can use solar energy to operate the essential services on board, without generators.
Absolute Yachts plans an official presentation to the public at the 2021 Cannes Yachting Festival this September. Absolute will also introduce the first model of the new upcoming range, the Absolute 48 Coupé.