The Absolute Yachts 60 Fly adds to the Italian builder’s eight-model flybridge series, which ranges from 47 feet to 72 feet length overall. The 60 Fly carries a fair bit of beam forward, enhancing interior volume and allowing space for a full-beam master stateroom at the bow. In addition to a walk-in closet, this space has a vanity and hullside windows offering sea views. A VIP stateroom with an en suite head is amidships and to starboard. A third guest stateroom is to port with twin berths. The crew cabin is aft with twin berths.
Unobstructed ocean views are the core of the 60 Fly’s design, with cut-down bulwarks amidships and nearly 360 degrees of glass in the vessel’s superstructure. The salon has a U-shaped settee to port, while aft and to starboard is a U-shaped dining area. Across from the dining area, to port, is an L-shaped galley with direct access to the cockpit via sliding doors. With the sliding doors open, the salon and cockpit are an end-to-end entertainment space.
Owners can personalise the cockpit with modular furniture. One layout has a dining table with six chairs protected by the flybridge overhang. Prefer lounge-style or loose chairs? They’re options.
There is also a foredeck bench seat against the house, as well as an adjustable backrest on the seating forward of it, using part of the sun pad to create a second bench seat. Or slide the backrest to optimise the sun-pad space.
The 60 Fly has upper and lower helm stations, each equipped with dual helm seats and Garmin electronics.
Power is twin Volvo Penta D11 IPS950s. Projected performance data was not available at press time. The 60 Fly’s hardtop can be equipped with solar panels to run ship’s systems in silence.
Look for the Absolute Yachts 60 Fly to debut this summer.