Prestige Announces Three New Models for 2017

Prestige 2017

July 25 2016

The new PRESTIGE YACHTS 630 will be launched in September 2016 at the Yachting Festival of Cannes (France).

Faithful to the PRESTIGE DNA, this new exceptional yacht adopts the latest innovations by Garroni.
Veritable Loft on the sea, the PRESTIGE YACHTS 630 offers an incredible living space, in a chic and contemporary style and design.

Among the yachts division, PRESTIGE introduces the PRESTIGE 680S! The concept of the SPORTFLY features a large sliding glass sunroof that opens the saloon to the outdoors, instantly transforming the interior space. This “liveable” concept will be presented over the course of 2017.

Furthermore, PRESTIGE announces the launch of a new model: the PRESTIGE 560.
This new PRESTIGE features the original shape of the PRESTIGE 550, yet offers additional advantages.

 

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