For Sale: Prestige Yachts 630 Fly

We review this used three-stateroom, 30-knot capable Prestige Yachts 630 Fly listed at $1.595 million.
Prestige Yachts 630 Fly
The Prestige Yachts 630 Fly has a Bahamas-friendly 4-foot, 6-inch draft and 30-knot speed. Courtesy HMY Yacht Sales

For owners seeking a boat with performance, function and cruising comfort, and that is all wrapped up in a stylish profile, HMY Yacht Sales currently has the 2020 Prestige 630 Fly Dog House listed at $1.595 million.

Prestige Yachts went through great lengths to design the 630 Fly to maximize on board volume. Yachting previously reported on the design process that helps maintain the yacht’s near-7-foot headroom. It used what the builder calls steps.

“But these aren’t steps in the ­traditional sense; they are a build technique that lowered the 630’s center of gravity considerably. That, in turn, created the vessel’s pillow-soft ride. How did it happen without compromising the build? A lot of math. To create the interior volume and nearly 7 feet of headroom throughout the yacht without steps, the 630 would have needed its three decks stacked at a height stretching to about 12 feet. That would have made for a tender-riding yacht. To solve this problem, Prestige added steps: areas hidden above the salon headliner where the ­superstructure drops about 1½ feet per section, all strategically placed. Where each step occurs, build material is overlapped, beefed up and reinforced to help distribute force incurred underway.”

Prestige Yachts 630 Fly
The main-deck layout has the galley aft and the salon forward, with seating on both sides. Note the nearly 360 degrees of windows keeping the interior bright and airy. Courtesy HMY Yacht Sales

The 630’s main deck has nearly 360 degrees of volume-enhancing windows, offering ocean vistas and bathing the salon in natural light. The lower-helm station is forward and to starboard and the galley is aft with the lounge space in between. A love seat to starboard while another love seat, a sofa, a lounge chair and coffee table are to port. A flat-screen TV is hidden behind the starboard seating in case you need to catch the big game.

Dog House’s galley-aft layout makes it easy to entertain and serve guests both in the salon and in the cockpit. Galley appliances include:

  • Miele 3-burner induction cooktop
  • Extractor hood in the galley
  • Dishwasher
  • Full-size refrigerator and freezer
  • Stowage
  • Villeroy & Bosch dishware, glassware and flatware kit
  • Convection microwave oven
  • Stainless-steel undermount sink

Belowdecks accommodations include three staterooms and three heads. The amidships owners’ stateroom has an island queen berth, a flat-screen TV, a sofa to port and an en suite head. The VIP stateroom also has an island queen berth, a flat-screen TV and an en suite head. The third guest space has side-by-side twin berths that convert to a queen.

Prestige Yachts 630 Fly
Dog House has a full-beam (16’10”) master stateroom amidships with an island queen berth. Courtesy HMY Yacht Sales

Regarding outside entertainment spaces, Dog House has the flybridge, the cockpit and the foredeck. On the flybridge, guests can dial in more light and heat via the retractable sunroof. The helm station is forward and to port with bench seating. Across is a lounge pad, while abaft the helm is additional bench seating. A wet bar and grill station are to starboard, while the flybridge’s after section has an L-shaped dinette for alfresco dining or lounging.

The cockpit has the advantage of being shaded and protected by the flybridge overhang. Up to eight people can enjoy dining at the transom bench seat and fixed folding teak dining table, just add a few chairs.

The Prestige 630’s foredeck has a three-person sun pad with a folding bench seat forward, making it a great spot to catch some sun or sit and enjoy a book on the hook.

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Up to eight guests can enjoy alfresco dining at the cockpit’s high-gloss teak folding table. Courtesy HMY Yacht Sales

Dog House has twin Volvo  Penta IPS950 D11 diesel engines, which combine to produce 1,500 hp. Yachting tested this same set up during our initial see trial of the 630:

“The engines pushed my 54,470-pound (dry weight) test yacht across the water at an average top hop of 29.9 knots. The motors burned 70 gph and turned 2,550 rpm, within 50 rpm of their rated maximum of 2,500 rpm. Her fly-by-wire steering was real-time responsive, turning 360 degrees in about two boat lengths. She had a sporty feel for a 63-footer too, helped in part by the moderate setting programmed into the IPS drives. (The builder can set the rate of turn for the pod drives to the best fit for the yacht.) Dialing the motors back to 2,250 rpm put the vessel into a steady 24-knot cruise with the diesels consuming 52 gph. With a 713-gallon fuel capacity, that translates into a range greater than 340 nautical miles at cruise speed, with a 10 percent reserve.”

Some other notable features on board Dog House include:

  • Three Raymarine Axiom 16L displays at main helm station
  • Two Raymarine Axiom 16L displays at flybridge helm
  • Upgraded open array Radar 72NM
  • AIS700
  • Ray90 dual station VHF with a wireless second station
  • P70R Autopilot displays 
  • FLIR Thermal Camera
  • Seakeeper NG9 gyrostabilizer
  • Onan generator
Prestige Yachts 630 Fly
Dial the sunlight on the flybridge up with the retractable sunroof. There’s a lounge pad forward to starboard, a bench seat abaft the helm and an L-shaped dinette aft. Courtesy HMY Yacht Sales

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

Take the next step: Contact the listing agent, Brian Komer, (305) 304-1015,

Quick Specifications

  • Length Overall: 63′
  • Maximum Beam: 16’10”
  • Fuel Capacity: 713 Gal.
  • Draft: 4’6″