Prestige continues to invest to solidify its leading position in the yachting industry. The French shipyard specializing in luxury boats and yachts has chosen the showcase of the Düsseldorf Boat Show to crown a year of great successes and announce the arrival of two new models in Europe: the Prestige F5 and a new addition to the M-Line series, whose name still carries an air of mystery.
The two new Prestige yachts
The vice president of the shipyard, Erwin Bamps, unveiled the two novelties during the press conference of the parent company, Groupe Beneteau, at the recent Düsseldorf Boat Show. The Prestige F5 is the larger sibling of the F4, presented at the Miami International Boat Show 2023 and officially available for the European market. This new model marks a significant milestone in the development of the new F-Line generation, just one year after the launch of the first F4 model, which quickly gained public acclaim.
” The new Prestige F5 embodies all the key features of our flybridge range, combining dynamic exterior design with refined interior finish, in an innovative layout,” stated Erwin Bamps. “The yacht features a large covered main deck with a nearly uninterrupted 360° sea view and generous living spaces for entertaining, while also ensuring perfect privacy for the yacht owner.”
Regarding the new addition to the M-Line series, Prestige has only announced the creation of a third model that will join the M48 and M8 models. However, no further details are available yet, and enthusiasts will have to wait until the Cannes Yachting Festival 2024 to admire this new motorboat.
A successful year for the French shipyard
For the prolific French shipyard, the launches of extraordinary new models continue in the market. The Prestige F5 and the new M-Line model follow the debut of two yachts just last year, both experiencing rapid and tremendous success. These include the Prestige M8, the new flagship multihull of the shipyard, and the Prestige F4, the first model of the innovative and futuristic F-Line series.
Moreover, the debut of the M8 in Europe was a resounding success: the catamaran was praised at the Düsseldorf Boat Show during the prestigious “Motor Boats Awards” in the category of flybridges over 60 feet. A well-deserved recognition for a multihull yacht that has redefined market standards, thanks to its designer Camillo Garroni, who has truly reinvented the motor catamaran.