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Absolute Yachts to Debut 48 Coupé and 60 Fly in the US

Italian yacht builder Absolute Yachts will be staging the debuts of its 48 Coupé and 60 Fly in Florida in late October.

Oct 20, 2021 | By Sarah Ridzwan
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Italian yacht builder Absolute will show its two latest Generation 2022 models at the 62nd Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Absolute’s lineup will be headed by the debuts of the 48 Coupé and 60 Fly, which both had their international debuts at the Cannes Yachting Festival.

The 48 Coupé

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Image: Absolute Yachts

The 48 Coupé is the first model in its new sports range and features solar panels on the hardtop. Notable features include a terrace-style aft cockpit with moveable furniture, allowing guests to enjoy unobstructed views through the balustrade.

The 60 Fly

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Image: Absolute Yachts

Much like the 48 Coupé, the 60 Fly also has solar panels built into the hardtop to assist with energy consumption and silently power onboard devices without using generators.

The aft areas of the main deck and flybridge both have glass parapets allowing for modular furniture to be arranged to the owner’s liking. The yachts roomy interiors include a full-beam owner’s cabin forward on the lower deck.

Absolute will also be displaying the 50 Fly, 62 Fly, Navetta 52 and Navetta 58 at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, held in Florida from October 27 to October 31. 

Australian studio Bury Design unveiled its concepts for two yachts: a 57m trimaran and the 24m Inception. The larger of which is designed for global exploration, with accommodation for 10 guests. the 24m Inception is a sleek monohull motor yacht with its hull design derived from racing sailing yachts.

Ferretti Group also unveiled its Custom Line 140′ superyacht, which will replace the Navetta 42 as its flagship superyacht. It is set for release in 2022 with tons of space and is also environmentally friendly, with reduced emissions of nitrogen oxide.

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