When searching for the perfect vessel, design, performance, appeal, and quality are always top of mind. But something also valuable that may not always be mentioned is space. The amount of space that the vessel is able to provide can completely alter the experience while on the water. Luckily, that is exactly what the 630 Prestige is blessed with (among other things) …beautiful, expansive space. With an incredible layout with aft galley, private master stateroom entry and all of the bells and whistles. Such as the latest electronics, hard top, gyro’s and more, this vessel is truly the first of its class.
With its sleek contemporary exterior, the vessel reflects off of the glass ocean making a steady wake with impeccable motion. The beautifully extended windows provide the cabin with ample light and allow the scenery to truly be taken in. The hardtop sunroof lets you choose just how much you would like to feel the wind in your hair as you cruise the open waters.
Three distinct lounging areas outdoors and a spacious sun pad on the flybridge are ideal for long, relaxing cruises. The flybridge was designed with such craft and with the intention to provide space never seen before. It is made obvious that the vessels designs were modified with family travelers in mind. Each detail catering to the value of quality time and quality company.
The VIP stateroom with an island double in the bow and a guest stateroom with twin berths at portside accommodates every type of group travel. Crews quarters stationed at the aft of the engine room at the transom provide extra room for guests. The hydraulic swim platform that lowers with the touch of a button allows for quick swims and easy dingy or jet-ski loading.
The galley inside is laid out to provide its passengers with space to both prep and serve meals. The outside galley provides a grill, sink, refrigerator, and optional icemaker. Tabletop seating at the fore and aft allow the chef to have equal distance from the indoor galley along with plenty of seating space for the vessel’s guests.
When boarding the vessel and walking the elegant teak floor to the 3-panel sliding door to the cabin, something stands out about the Prestige that may not always be obvious. The salon and galley with ample seating area is not just surrounded by abundant window area large enough to gain a 360-effect of being out on the water. But the balance and even-level crafting of the vessel gives a comfortable and stabilized feeling that transitions the passenger from the feeling of a closed-in ship to a place to call home.