First impressions of the Prestige F5

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Prestige F5
Prestige F5

Of course, now that there are also
multihulls
in the range, but
Prestige
does not forget its roots: motoryachts. Here, then, comes the new Prestige F5, a model expected to debut as early as 2024, at the
Cannes Yachting Festival 2024
. Its lines are an emblem of the shipyard’s new flybridge generation, but also of boating in general. An upper deck as “light” as possible, both aesthetically and practically, in this case as the images show thanks to a lightened hard-top with struts that make it look more like a t-top.

Prestige F5

The shipyard that has been able to reinvent its range with catamarans now takes innovation forward with one of its signature models: the flybridge yacht. On Prestige’s new F5, scheduled to debut at the
Cannes Yachting Festival 2024
, not much has yet been disclosed.

The flybridge of the Prestige F5
The flybridge of the Prestige F5

We do have a few images, though, that tell us how the interior space was designed on the one hand to enhance what are convivial and sharing moments among the people on board, but at the same time to preserve privacy, a focal point of being comfortable on a boat when spending long periods on board. Cruising, then, is at the heart of the design with particularly extensive outdoor spaces both fore and aft, with the classic cockpit more thoughtfully designed for outdoor dining and social time and a full-relaxation bow with an XL sundeck and coffee table.

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In order to lighten the flybridge profile, which is usually impactful at least in aesthetics, as we said in the introduction, a black, very streamlined hard-top seems to have been designed, giving a more streamlined look to the overall silhouette of the boat. Moreover, the possibility that it will also be given in a “sport-bridge” version, that is, without any fixed cover, cannot be ruled out.

The upper deck, then, is equipped with every conceivable pleasantry: a large sofa, wet-bar, and sundeck, plus, of course, the helm station.

 

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