The Prestige Yachts 460 has arrived. She’s the latest in the builder’s current 5-model flybridge series, ranging from 42 to 56 feet length overall. This 46-footer, like other Prestige craft, was designed by Garroni Design with engineering by JP Concepts.
Some of the design features include a flybridge with an extended overhang that is focused on entertaining with L-shaped seating aft. The helm station is forward and to port. A second L-shaped seating setup is in cockpit and is shaded, in part, by that overhang.
The 460’s raked forward windshield, radar arch and sweeping superstructure gives the 460 a low-profile, aggressive appearance.
Her galley aft setup allows the chef to easily serve guests in the cockpit as well as at the salon’s U-shaped portside seating forward. This salon seating arrangement keeps guests within earshot of the helmsman forward and to starboard. The salon is surrounded by 360 degrees of glass and should provide impressive vistas.
For the cruising family, the 460 has a two-stateroom layout with an amidships master. There’s even room for a settee. It could be a great place to prop up with a book during a rainy day on the hook. Hullside windows should give the stateroom a bright and open feeling.
Looking to power up? Engine options include twin Volvo Penta IPS500 or IPS600 diesels.
A coupe version called the Prestige 460S is scheduled to launch this summer.