Like the new 550, Prestige’s new 620 is available in both a sport (620S) and flybridge (620) model. Built with a full beam master suite amidships and two guest cabins forward on the lower deck, both versions of the 620 can comfortably sleep six. Most of the days onboard will most likely be spent on the main and upper decks. An open galley, located aft, makes service to either the dinette outside, the upper level, or the interior dining space simple, while a spacious forward salon provides a nice retreat from the sun after a long day on the water. On the bow, a large sunpad is the perfect place for working on your tan, and the swim platform (with optional hydraulic lifts) makes it easy to dangle your feet in the waves or jump overboard for a swim. Equipped with the SeaKeeper 8000A, the boat should provide a smooth and gentle ride. The Volvo IPS 900 pod propulsion system provides a 30-percent reduction in fuel consumption and cuts noise levels by half. It also comes with joystick docking for easy, one-handed maneuvering. On the upper level is where the real differences between the two models come into play. On the 620, the flybridge makes use of the entire upper deck with a sunpad forward surrounding the second helm station and L-shaped seating surrounding a dining table aft. On the 620S, however, only half the space is utilized for a sunpad and helm station, with the remainder of the deck devoted to a skylight and sunroof opening up the main deck.
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Location: Y&B Show, Collins Avenue, Ramp 36; FB 1014
LOA: 63ft. 11in. (19.05m)
Beam: 16ft. 9in. (5.12m)
Draft: 4ft. 3in. (1.32m)
Fuel Capacity: 741 Gal (2,800L)
Water Capacity: 212 Gal (800L)
Cabins: 3 + 1 skipper
Engine: 2 x Volvo IPS 900 2 x 700 Hp
CE Category: B 14 / C18
Design: Michael Peters Yacht Design / JP Concepts / Garroni Design / Prestige Engineering