The Prestige 750, Flagship of the Prestige Range

The Prestige 750 glides across Sarasota Bay as part of last month’s Sea and Shore event.

Step aboard the Prestige 750 and it quickly becomes evidently clear that you’ve just stepped aboard a serious yacht. With an overall length of 74 feet and a displacement of just over 91,000 pounds, the Prestige 750 may not quite be a super yacht, but she’s close.

Designed by the team at Garroni Design, the Prestige 750 features a large open floor plan, big vertical windows for plenty of light, and an overall atmosphere that is grand for sure but at the same time elegantly simple.

The main salon resembles that of a modern Manhattan apartment with great open spaces and plenty of natural light

“The Prestige 750 stands out as an efficient, luxurious yacht that’s pushing into the realm of super yachts at a reasonable price tag of around $4 million. If it could be said that a yacht exudes confidence, then this one definitely would be on that list.” Zuzana Prochazka,

A distinguishing feature on the Prestige 750 is the master stateroom which is located forward on the main deck, something that’s rarely seen on yachts under 100 feet. Because there is so much volume in the forward part of the hull, owners enjoy a full-beam master suite that’s only two steps down and forward of the main salon.

The master cabin located all the way forward is completely private from the rest of the living accommodations and require no stairs to climb or descend to access.

“Prestige did a great job with the 750. She’s a comfortable motoryacht with good seakeeping ability, in an exotic yet subtle and manageable package. “The Modern Boating Family” will surely notice her style, economy, and performance. Her minimalist crew requirements will have others looking as well.” Scott Shane, Power & MotorYacht

The flybridge on the Prestige 750 offers the best of the best for true outside living

“Topside, the flying bridge has a second control station along with a huge sunpad that can be converted easily to a guest bench seat, all forward of the outdoor grill and galley console and a large dining and seating area. An electrically actuated sun shade in the hardtop provides even more sunning options here.” Chris Kelly,

All and all, there’s not a whole lot not to like about the Prestige 750. It’s big, it’s bright, it’s incredibly seaworthy, it’s extremely comfortable, and it’s the flagship of the Prestige range. And, while $4,000,000 is not insignificant, compared to other yachts of this size range, it’s truly a great price for a yacht of this magnitude.

Anyone interested in learning more about the Prestige 750 including some available specials on a few select boats, should contact Rene Julien at



Sea & Shore and So Much More

Question: What do you get when you gather a group of enthusiastic boat owners and potential boat owners, plant them under the warm Florida sun for two days, wine and dine them, dance the night away to a great live band, and take numerous rides across the waters of Sarasota Bay on million dollar yachts? Answer: One outstanding good time!

The inaugural Sea & Shore event took place this past weekend in lovely Sarasota, Florida. The idea behind the event says Margriet Mitchell, Director of Marketing for Prestige, was to bring together current Prestige owners along with potential Prestige owners to give them the opportunity to test out our 2017 models, share stories and ideas with the Prestige staff, and meet some of the designers responsible for bringing our boats to life.

Amy Port (owner, Prestige 560) and Desiree Van Welsum (owner, Prestige 550 S) kick back during a boat ride across Sarasota Bay aboard the NC 11 (photo by Jonathan Murray)

“A FANTASTIC weekend in Sarasota for Prestige Yachts, Sea & Shore event. Many sea-trials, the new 630, great food and entertainment. Good friends, old and new!” Brad Heil, Chesapeake Yacht Center

A great shot taken from the helicopter featuring the Prestige 750 in the foreground along with the Jeanneau NC11, Leader 46, Prestige 450, 500, 560, and new 630 behind

So often, events such as these can end up being so large that it’s difficult for people to get to know one another and spend any real quality time experiencing the boats in detail. This was not the case with this year’s Sea & Shore event. “The idea was to keep the event relatively small and intimate so our customers felt like true VIPs” says Margriet. And this is exactly what it was. Space was limited to just 100 people with the agenda designed to be fun, relaxed, and informative. Designers Camillo Garroni of Garroni Design and Jean-Francois de Premorel of JF de Premorel Concepts were on hand throughout the weekend to interact with clients and answer questions.

“I’ve been fortunate to both attend and run many high-end events. Sea & Shore 2016 was up there with the best of them. Thanks for delivering such an outstanding customer experience. Already looking forward to next year” Jonathan Murray, Synergy lll (Prestige 550 S)

Good times underway aboard the all-new Prestige 630 (photo by Jonathan Murray)

“Had a great morning, sea-trialing the Prestige Yachts 630. Cruise speed: 23.5 knots. Top end: 29.5 knots. Stay tuned for a full review in an upcoming issue of Yachting.” Patrick Sciacca, Yachting Magazine

And of course a great event deserves great press coverage which is why representatives of Yachting Magazine, Boating Magazine, and Power and MotorYacht were on hand to join in the fun and experience the boats firsthand.

When all was said and done and the boats had taken their last run on Sarasota Bay, there was definitely a feeling of closeness among all who were there along with an appreciation for having attended such a fun and entertaining event.

Prestige, a whole lot more than just an elegant motor yacht!