Prestige Yachts 560 For Sale

We review this used three-stateroom, 30-knot Prestige 560. Asking price: $998,000.
Prestige Yachts 560
The 2018 Prestige Yachts 560 Dragonfly has very low-hour diesels, 30-knot speed, room for the cruising family with three staterooms and is asking $998K. Courtesy OneWater Yacht Group

For yachtsmen in the market for a flybridge cruiser, OneWater Yacht Group has Dragonfly, a Prestige 560, listed with an asking price of $998,000. The one-owner, 2018 build has a three-stateroom layout, 30-knot speed and a cabin for crew.

“The Prestige 560 features the original shape of the Prestige 550, yet offers additional advantages,” according to Prestige. “Her swim platform is elongated and affords the same easy access developed for the Yachts range, with an automatically deploying staircase. Her interior has been modified, as well.”

Prestige Yachts 560
An aft-galley setup means it’s easy to serve guests inside and outside. The black countertops are an upgrade. Note the private stairway access to the owners’ stateroom from the salon. Courtesy OneWater Yacht Group

The yacht’s flybridge has shaded alfresco dining at a dinette aft. Forward and to port is the helm station with bench seat, adjacent to a two-person sun pad. Abaft the helm is a grilling station with a sink.

Pull up some chairs to Prestige 560’s the cockpit’s fixed table and bench seat to enjoy alfresco dining for up to six guests. Stairs to port lead up to the flybridge while teak side decks and high rails mean safe transit to and from to the foredeck.

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Whether it’s navigating in the fresh air, grilling lunch, catching some sun or dining with friends, the Prestige 560’s flybridge can accommodate all of it. Courtesy OneWater Yacht Group

A three-person adjustable sun pad on the foredeck is the go-to spot when it’s time to catch some rays. Put up the Bimini top if you need to cool off, but aren’t ready to head inside yet.

Dragonfly has a galley-aft layout, which is set up to easily serve guests in the salon as well as those dining in the cockpit. The galley is equipped with a microwave oven, an electric cooktop, a sink, refrigerator drawers, a dishwasher and cabinets for cruising provisions.

The salon’s sense of space is enhanced by natural light thanks, in part, to nearly 360 degrees of glass. The design keeps guests constantly connected to their environment. Electric shades create privacy when desired and a relaxing ambience when the sun goes down. One step up from the galley is a three-person sofa and two lounge chairs to port surrounding a folding hi-lo table. A second two-person sofa is to starboard, creating a space that beckons guests to sit and stay a while.

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The owners’ stateroom has a queen berth, en suite head and desk/breakfast nook with views out the hull-side window. Courtesy OneWater Yacht Group

Ready to turn in for the night? Belowdecks is a three-stateroom layout, including an amidships master stateroom, forepeak VIP and third guest cabin. The full-beam (15’9”) master stateroom has a centerline queen berth, a dinette space and en suite head. The VIP has a double berth and en suite head. The third stateroom has side-by-side single berths.

Some notable features on board Dragonfly include:

  • Tropical AC upgrade
  • Hydraulic swim platform
  • Raymarine electronics package w/dual displays, radar and autopilot
  • Cockpit joystick control docking station
  • Retractable cockpit sun awning
  • Four underwater lights
  • Backup and engine-room camera
  • Washer-and-dryer combo
  • Ice maker
  • Anchor and mooring kits
  • Electric deck wash pump
  • Black galley counter upgrade
Prestige Yachts 560
The yacht’s hydraulic swim platform has chocks to stow a tender. Courtesy OneWater Yacht Group

Low-hour (655) twin 600 hp Cummins QSC 8.3 diesels paired to Zeus pod drives power Dragonfly, giving the yacht a reported 30-knot top hop and a 24-knot cruise speed. At cruise speed, it has a 260-nautical-mile range. It’s worth noting the air draft on the Prestige 560 is 18’4″.

Where is Dragonfly located? The yacht is currently lying in Dania Beach, Florida.  

Take the next step: Contact OneWater Yacht Group, Dennis Smith, 910-620-7844,

Quick Specifications:

  • Length Overall: 59’11”
  • Maximum Beam: 15’9″
  • Fuel Capacity: 581 Gal.
  • Draft: 3’11”