Prestige Flagship Yacht scheduled to set sail in 2014

2014 Prestige 750 set to launch late 2014

Prestige Luxury Motor Yachts is no stranger to innovation. Recently launched models include the All-New 2014 450S showcasing a layout only found in larger 50′ + models. Now, they set their sights upon a much larger endeavor with the development of the Prestige 750, their flagship 75′ yacht.

The Prestige 750 will feature exceptional comfort and exquisite details along its 75′ of space. The experienced designers from the renowned Garroni team built a yacht fit for the tastes of the elite, and her hull was designed to exceed the very highest seakeeping expectations.

Prestige 750 overhead view

The All-New Prestige 750 features plenty of room and comfort for all guests

The 750 was built to enhance your life at sea, with extra-large swim platform, oversized flybridge, ample seating spaces, high-tech helm stations in cockpit and flybridge, and FOUR cabins to fit all on-board guests. One of the more innovative elements is moving the owner’s cabin forward and on the main deck for added privacy and comfort. Powered with either MAN 1000 HP or MAN 1200 HP, this motor yacht delivers the best performance and fuel efficiency in her category.

Flybridge view Aft aboard the 2014 Prestige 750

Prestige 750 offers oversized spaces, even on the Flybridge

Take the virtual tour of the Prestige 750 and view our exclusive photos taken by Luc and Patrick during a recent trip to Europe. The vessel will be undergoing water testing from Venice, Italy until the Fall of 2014.

AMERICAN DEBUT will be at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, October 30th through November 3rd, 2014.

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