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There is nothing quite like the sporty feel of an express yacht with an open sunroof and salt air coursing through the boat. On the other hand, there is also much to be said for the calm, cool serenity in the saloon of traditional motoryacht when underway. With the recent introduction of the new Prestige 620S lucky yachtsmen and women can now have it either way. The new Prestige 620S has kept the best parts of the 60, but has a few new ideas all its own.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 63 ft 11 in
Beam: 16 ft 9 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 3 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 3 in
Dry Weight: 29604 lbs
Engine Brand: Volvo IPS
Engine(s) Total Power: 1400 HP
Engine Model: 2 x Volvo IPS 900 2 x 700 HP
Engine Type: Inboard
Drive Type: Pod Drive
Cruising Speed: 24 knots @ 2030 RPM
Maximum Speed: 31 knots
Range: 326 nm
Year Built: 2013
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of heads: 3
Wind speed and direction
Manual bilge pump
Sea water pump
Electric bilge pump
Shore power inlet
Can you spot what separates the 620S from the 620 (previously known as the Prestige 60)? It’s in front of the flying bridge and it is for people who want the best of both worlds.
The 620S started out life at the 60S but was refined with the 2013 model year change with a slightly longer swim platform and renamed as 620S.
Prestige Yachts' design team headed by Vittorio Garroni can be credited for creating the 620S which combines the style and sporty feel of an express yacht with the comforts and room of flying bridge motoryacht. I think it is a clever marriage and for me, at least, the new 620S has the best of both worlds.
Prestige has set out to dominate the mid-range yachting market by making luxurious, functional yachts priced significantly below the competition. The Prestige 620S is a motoryacht that is meant to be used and cruised by people who appreciate boats and boating, but who also like the open-air feel that only an express with sunroof can provide.
Some distinguishing features of the 620S--
• Center mounted helm. The helm on the flybridge deck is mounted on the centerline with two observers seats on either side. To me this is a much more natural location to operate from rather than the port or starboard side. This position also gave a good view of the transom by looking down the open hatch of the companionway.
• Wide side decks. Here is an area where builders typically favor adding interior space at the expense of the side decks. Not so on the Prestige 620S. With her 15'8" (1.73 m) beam Prestige was able to accommodate easy to transition side decks and have a roomy interior as well.
• Galley up and aft. To my eye this is the best arrangement possible. Having the galley up on the main deck makes a boat designed for spending the days above decks and the nights below decks. Moving the galley aft centrally locates it between the main salon dining area and the aft cockpit dining area while at the same time and ensuring that the chef remains an integral part of any gathering.
Relatively high bulwarks on the flying bridge. European designs generally have very low bulwarks on the flying bridge in order to keep the boat's lines low and sleek. Some builders go so far as to say that their flying bridges are really not flying bridges at all but rather are "sun decks" with a helm added for convenience. Because the helm on the 620S has been moved aft it allowed the designers to raise the deck leading to the helm and does not distract from the aesthetics of the boat.
Pricing. The pricing of the Prestige 620S is remarkable for a 60' motoryacht.
So now we get to the meat of it. Our test Prestige 620S has a light displacement weight of 49,607 lbs. (22,500 kg). We had 3/4 fuel and five people onboard.
The twin 700-hp Volvo Penta D11 with IPS900 drives reached a top speed at 2400 rpm and a respectable 31.5 knots. At that speed we were burning a combined 69 gph for a range of 304 nautical miles.
Best cruise. Best cruise is subjective as we were getting practically the same MPG from 1500 rpm all the way up to WOT. But if I had to choose a comfortable best cruise, particularly if I was driving the boat from the flying bridge, it would be at 2030 rpm and 24 kts. At that speed we were burning 49 gph for a range of 326 nautical miles, just five nautical miles less than our technical best cruise.
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