The New Prestige X70 Is A 70-Foot-Long Superyacht

Dated: November 4, 2020
Category: News

I’m always blown away by the complexity, creativity, craftmanship and sheer beauty of the world’s largest superyachts I’ve seen recently. But the “smaller” yachts I grew up sailing between New England and the Caribbean were my first love. And since my experience testing “smaller” yachts (from 30-70 feet) during my early career as a sailing magazine editor has shown me just how hard small yacht design is, I’m even more impressed with the X70 from Prestige. It appears to do the impossible: provide significant of superyacht luxury on a 70-foot long yacht. Here’s how.

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First off, it’s obvious that the designers of the X70—Garroni Design and Militerno De Romedis—have completely reimagined the use of space on a superyacht this size. Most notably, they eliminated the sidedecks and used the space on the flybridge. 

This new layout increases interior and exterior living space. The saloon occupies the entire width of the superyacht. The extra-wide cockpit opens onto the exterior without any physical separation from the interior. And the forward deck can be accessed by the flybridge or directly from the interior, through a side exit.

This innovative design transforms the space on board, blends the interior with the exterior seamlessly and increases natural lighting as well.

Meanwhile, the main deck is composed of four distinct living areas. The helmstation is immense and has amazing visibility. The galley is the heart of life on board and has easy access to the flybridge. The cockpit is huge and the superyacht-inspired “beach club” is fantastic.

In addition to using interior space in innovative ways, the interior design and layout can be personalised to each owners taste. A wide selection of of tables, chairs, sun loungers and sofas is avalable. The Foglizzo leather onboard is found on many of the largest and most expensive superyachts in the world. While the Duvivier sofas are chic and made-to-measure.

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