Absolute Yachts recently announced the latest addition to its Flybridge lineup: the 52 Fly. This yacht adds to a nine-model series ranging from 47 to 60 feet LOA.
Upon ascending the portside stairs to the flybridge, guests are met by the two-seat helm station. To starboard is a U-shaped settee with a dinette. Forward of this seating is a sun pad for at least three; abaft, there is a wet bar on a terrace that almost entirely shades the cockpit below. Absolute says all outdoor furniture is modular and made in-house.
The main deck connects the cockpit and galley via sliding doors. There is a four-burner cooktop on an L-shaped countertop to port, and this galley has a full-height refrigerator, a separate freezer and a pantry. Moving forward and one step up to the salon is C-shaped seating with a dining table to port; opposite is an additional settee for two. The helm station to starboard has two seats, and a door offers side-deck access.
Belowdecks, the Absolute 52 Fly is a three-stateroom, two-head affair. Its amidships and forepeak staterooms can both serve as masters, and there is a twin-berth guest stateroom that converts to a double. The forepeak stateroom’s berth is aft, while its head is in the bow.
Available options, so far, include solar panels atop the flybridge so that owners can enjoy anchoring without the hum of a generator.
In the details: Absolute says its furniture is made with light-colored natural timber and leather trim.
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