Meet the Absolute 60 Fly, and see how a motoryacht may change your thinking:
Belowdecks the 60 Fly has a three-stateroom, three-head layout. The master is amidships and makes the most of the hullside windows. Its queen-size berth is slightly off-center to make the most of the space, giving room to a leather sofa to port and a vanity with a stool that stows beneath it. The head is roomy with double sinks and a shower with bench. The forepeak stateroom angles its full-size berth so the hullside windows in the starboard bow are over the head of the berth. Even the starboard-side double guest stateroom has a couple of round windows and generous headroom to go with its head, which has another entrance off the passageway so it doubles as a dayhead.
Up one deck the 60 Fly has an inviting saloon, with a U-shaped settee to starboard and a love seat to port with a pop-up Samsung television behind. The entire space is built with matte-finish canaletto walnut, which has a distinctive contrasting grain that’s finished in relief for an interesting texture.
The engine room on the 60 Fly fits plenty of equipment around a pair of 725-horsepower Volvo Penta IPS950s (Volvo Penta D11 diesels matched to IPS2 pod units). A 16-kilowatt Mase generator had been installed, but Cesare Mastroianni, sales manager for Absolute, noted that a Kohler unit would be used on boats bound for the U.S. Likewise the Clima 50,000-Btu air-conditioning system would be replaced with a Dometic system: Marinair or Cruisair.