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After the presentation Absolute 62 Fly entranceceremony, held during the Dusseldorf Boat Show for the European audience, the new Absolute 62 Fly has her first debut at Miami Yacht Show.

Her design is light and living spaces are ample, as shown by the master cabin that is really huge. All details on board are aimed at sharing the best comfort and have been all considered carefully in order to conquer the attentive American audience.

The commitment to best meet the owner’s needs when cruising with his family and guests is certainly the heart of Absolute Yachts’ project.

 

Absolute 62 Fly, salonWe realize that as soon as we climb on board. Spaces are only functional but, above all, convivial.

The dinette in the aft cockpit is a clear proof of that. The latter, indeed, can integrate with the interior dinette thanks to the possibility to open the sliding door completely and the windows that divides them, creating a unique, bright airy environment.

The galley, which overlooks the dinner table, is cleverly positioned in the aft section of the dinette in order to serve both the interior and the exterior table without any barriers.

 

The flybridge is Absolute 62 Fly seen from the skyindependent and equipped with all you need to steer the boat and relax with your friends. Covered by an opening soft top, it is provided with a table and comfortable seating, on the left of which a convenient bar cabinet opens up, equipped with a grill, a sink and a refrigerator. The forward steering console is flanked by a double seat that can become one with the adjacent sun pad with a subsequent considerable increase in the surface available.

Alternatively, those who want to relax in the sun, in a different and larger area, can benefit from the forward sunbathing platform. The size of this area is remarkable and here, too, you can choose to enjoy navigation from the sofa positioned just behind the sun pad.

Absolute 62 Fly, master cabinThe lower deck, which is home to the night area, is easy to reach. The walkway and the access stairway located next to the console are really comfortable. The night area consists of three large cabins, each equipped with en-suite bathroom and separate shower box. Cabins are fully-equipped, with great attention to details and comfort. We have even found a small wine cellar in the corridor that leads to cabins.

However, the real star of this area is the master cabin. It develops horizontally, using the whole beam of the boat from right to left. This results into a very large living space, probably larger than many house rooms. The double bed is located in the middle of the cabin, flanked by a long desk on one side and a comfortable sofa on the other one. The cabin also has many spaces where to put clothes and objects and a large walk-in closet/wardrobe on the right side, just opposite the entrance of the private bathroom.

Absolute 62 Fly, VIP cabinAbsolute 62 Fly, crew cabin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The VIP cabin, instead, is positioned forward. It is characterized by a double bed that develops diagonally. It, too, is equipped with excellent spaces and a voluminous wardrobe. Considering its size and what it offers, this room can be considered as an additional master cabin.

Finally, the third cabin is located on the starboard side of the boat. It is equipped with twin beds that can be joint together and form a double bed thanks to a sliding mechanism. The bathroom is just opposite the entrance.

The Absolute 62 Fly, perfect for a crew or guests looking for extreme privacy, has also a double service cabin with private bathroom. It is accessible from the aft platform and directly linked to the engine room.

Technical Specs

Total Length 18.65 m
Beam 5.05 m
Max Persons Capacity 16
Fresh water Tank Capacity 680 l
Fuel Tank Capacity 2.600 l
CE Type-approval B
Motors 2 x D11-IPS950 275HP

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