Prestige has raised the bar in the design of luxurious motor yachts with the creation of the 2017 Prestige 750. Designed for full enjoyment of life at sea, the 750 features exceptional exterior living spaces, including an extra-large swim platform, a wide and spacious cockpit, and an immense, well-appointed flybridge. The interior layout affords privacy, as well as safety and ease of movement onboard, as the galley and dining area are on the same level, with a slight step up to the salon. Stretching fully across the cabin to a love seat on the starboard side, the main salon can easily accommodate eight guests, making it a perfect area for family and guests to relax and socialize. Forward of the helm and down a couple of steps is access to the beautiful, full-beam master stateroom. With plenty of space and ample storage, the owner’s suite includes a lounge area to port, a desk to starboard, a large walk-in closet, and a head with a separate shower. Below deck are three guest staterooms, a VIP and two cabins with twin berths. A crew cabin with two berths is found in the stern of the boat.
The Prestige 750 comes standard with twin MAN 1000 HP engines, with an optional upgrade to 1200 HP. With power, performance, comfort, luxury, and safety, the Prestige 750 has it all!
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With a layout unique to a yacht of this size, the 750 delivers optimum performance, and the gains in her hull design guarantee exceptional sea keeping. Shaft powered with an optional Xenta Joystick system, she can take two tenders and boasts a 45 sqm flybridge.
Flying Bridge and Boat Deck. The flying bridge can be divided into four sections: helm and forward observation seating, sun pad, U-shaped seating area with table and boat deck. The 750 comes standard with an arch with the hardtop as an option.
Upper Helm. The helm seat is double-wide and can seat two people, but what we like most about this area is that on the starboard side three or four people can sit looking forward to enjoy the adventure.
Sun Pad. A dedicated sunning area is located near the starboard forward seating. This placement has the advantage of being protected from the wind when the boat is underway.
The 750's bright open interior offers the ultimate in comfort, design and furnishings, while capitalizing on an a single open and very large living area. Glass panels and windows in the hull and in the roof afford the boat unimpeded views and a bright light exudes throughout.
For a bird's eye view of how the stunning Prestige 750 effortlessly glides through the water while her passengers and crew benefit from panoramic views and the unrivalled stability that a pod drive delivers, watch this video footage
Main Deck Master. The master stateroom of the Prestige 750 is forward and down a couple of steps but is virtually on the main deck. This important detail alone sets her apart from all other boats in class. Why is this important, aside from the fact that this design is rarely seen on any motor yacht below 100’? The answers are obvious: 1) the owners are only a couple of steps from their guests and the action; 2) there are no steep stairs to negotiate; and, 3) the owner/operator is only a few steps from the lower helm.
Private Entrance to Master. This is, of course, a corollary to having the master virtually on the main deck. It means that guests coming back to the yacht late at night are less likely to bother the princess and her consort.
Flying Bridge Entertaining Area. The U-shaped settee with table is as large as it should be for a 4-stateroom boat. Opposite is a large console along the port rail that can house a refrigerator, icemaker, sink and grill. Overhead is a massive hardtop with the center being a soft-touch retractable sunroof.
The galley is well equipped with full-size appliances from a choice of three manufacturers.
The salon, which has the capacity to accommodate many guests in comfort, is up a small step from the galley. This area is about 14' x 11.5' (4.26 x 3.50 m) and can seat eight people in three sofas. The center of the salon is open which facilitates two-way flow through the house as well as providing room for a crowd during a cocktail party. A flat screen TV is on an electric lift. All windows provide clear sight lines to the horizon from the seated positions.
The aft section leads to the aft staterooms, and on the Prestige 750 there are three, a king size VIP and two guest cabins with twin beds. By having the master, plus three other staterooms, the boat becomes quite attractive on the charter market as the weekly rate, which might run from $20,000 to $30,000 or more, and can be divided among four couples.
This stateroom is full beam and would be the master on most boats this size. Most of the time owners of motor yachts this size cruise with just one other couple, so for that reason Prestige decided to give them the royal treatment. To port is a long storage credenza and to starboard is a large walk-in closet. Forward is a desk that will be appreciated by most guests so they can check up on their email in private.
The bathroom is also to starboard, just forward of the walk-in closet. The sink has a diffused-drain basin and the separate shower is behind an acrylic door. Opening port lights add natural light and ventilation. An electric vent is also included.
Forward there are two nearly identical cabins both with twin berths, with the one to port having a private entrance to the day bathroom. These two staterooms share a single bathroom that is located on the port side. The guest berths both feature twin berths and hull side windows.
Like all bathrooms on the 750, the guest bathroom has a separate shower stall. It is noteworthy that the designers did not resort to the circular, "beam-me-up-Scotty" design with a curved Plexiglas door in order to save space. These round tube showers can be problematical for portly guests. Rather, Prestige has created a large rectangular shower stall.
At the swim platform there’s a watertight transom door leading to the crew cabin and engine room. Three steps down finds one at the entrance with a combination washer/dryer to the left and the door to the crew cabin to the right.
The crew will be in a small space but it’s adequate for sleeping and utilizing private rest facilities. The engine room is well laid out with adequate headroom and more than enough room to get all around the MAN engines. At the forward bulkhead, the twin generators are stacked one over the other.
The Prestige 750 has a LOA of 74’ (22.58 m), a beam of 17’10” (5.46 m) and a draft of 5’2” (1.59 m). With an empty weight of 91,271 lbs. (41,400 kg), 67% fuel, and 4 people we had an estimated test weight of 98,366 lbs (44,618 kg).
With the optional MAN 1200s turning 33.9” (86 cm) 4-bladed Detra propellers, we reached a top speed of 28 knots at 2390 rpm
There really is no “best cruise” speed as the fuel burn is perfectly linear as speed is increased. It’s basically a matter of setting the speed for a target range if distance is the goal.
However, with that said, most will cruise her at the MAN recommended cruise setting of 80% load which was determined to be at 1850 rpm and 19.2 knots. At that speed she’ll burn 61.6 gph (233 lph) producing a range of 326.5 nm.
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