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- Make Prestige
- Model 550
- Year 2014
- LOA 58ft/18m
- Class Performance Power
- Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
- Engine Twin Diesel
- Drive Zeus
- Layout Fly Bridge
- Berths 6
- Cabins 3
- Aft Cabins 1
- Ancasta Ref 32889
- Name Prestige 550
Overview2014 Prestige 550. Generator 11 KW ONAN Air conditioning 59000 BTU Heating Water Heaters Electric toilet x 3 Refrigerator Freezer Icemaker Cooker Stove vitroceramique Microwave Oven Dishwasher Washing machine Radio-CD Hi-Fi Bose 2.1 TV x 3 DVD Hydraulic gangway Cockpit teak Hydraulic lifting swim platform Swimming ladder Cockpit shower Cockpit table Cockpit lighting Front sundeck Stern sundeck Cockpit Aft Closing Mooring cover Bimini Bow thruster Electric Windlass Bilge Pump GPS 3 X RAYMARINE E125 Sounder Fishfinder Repeater(s) RAYMARINE i70 Autopilot VHF RAYMARINE 240 E DOUBLE STATION Radar RAYMARINE cockpit control station. very well kept Prestige 550 fly
BuildPRESTIGE 550 2014 MODEL
Flybridge cruiser built by Prestige, France to the designs of Garroni, JP Concepts & Prestige Engineering.
A forerunner in the world of POD propulsion, PRESTIGE has already accumulated more experience than the competition and has designed a special hull for superior performance with the new propulsion system. A finely tapered, V–shaped, planing hull and an engine placed slightly forward for optimum weight distribution contribute to the PRESTIGE reputation for building all-weather hulls, renowned for their seakeeping ability and outstanding performance. In conducting research for the hull of the PRESTIGE 500 and in collaboration with the J&J naval design cabinet, the hull has been carefully studied and designed to yield the best performance with twin CUMMINS QSC 600 HP engines, equipped with ZEUS 3800 PODS. This pairing offers numerous advantages: guaranteed easy handling by joystick control, enhanced comfort due to reduced noise and vibration, and increased fuel efficiency by around 20 % over a conventional propulsion system, as well as the availability of optional automatic trim tabs.
By placing the engines as far forward as possible, the Garroni design cabinet found two distinct advantages: moving the centre of gravity forward yielded better balance on the motor yacht while also freeing a significant amount of space to the stern section, allowing for the creation of a generously sized, independent aft cabin. Choosing the latest technology Lastly, the shipyard has adopted the very latest production methods and technology to offer higher levels of quality and comfort. An infusion-moulded hull and deck, the ultimate design solution, ensure greater solidity, rigidity and weight savings.
GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Teak cockpit and bathing platform
Deep Vee, planning hull
Zeus pod joystick control
LOA: 17.92 metres (58'8")
Beam: 4.79 metres (15'7")
Draft: 1.20 metres (3'11")
Air draft: 5.90 metres (19'4")
Full load displacement: 24.1 tons
All figures are approximate
AccommodationSLEEPS UP TO SIX IN THREE CABINS
Separate access to full beam master stateroom amidships with double berth, storage cupboards and drawers, desk/dressing table to port, and separate access to walk-through wardrobe.
En-suite heads compartment with walk-through shower with sliding door, electric toilet, storage unit, mirror and sink
VIP GUEST CABIN FORWARD
Scissor berths (which convert to a double when required), ample storage.
En-suite access to day heads with electric toilet, separate shower compartment with door and ample storage
GUESTCABIN TO PORT
Third cabin to port with two single berths which can EASILY convert to a double berth, storage under berths and large wardrobe
In the light and spacious saloon there is a large U-shaped seating and table to port with settee opposite offering fantastic views out, electric drop down windows port and starboard, LED TV, DVD player & Bose audio.
Galley aft to port with large fridge/freezer, microwave oven, hob with extractor fan, stainless steel sink, storage cupboards and dishwasher.
3-panel sliding glass door from galley and/or saloon leads out in to cockpit area with large U-shaped seating area and teak table. Zeus cockpit control station. Teak flooring has been fitted to the cockpit.
Flybridge with double helm seat to port, massive sunpad area opposite, wet bar consisting of sink, fridge, grill and storage with comfortable sheltered seating aft with solid teak table.
Reverse cycle (59,000) air-conditioning throughout.
MachineryTWIN CUMMINS QSC 8.3 L 600HP EACH DIESEL ENGINES
Jack shaft to Zeus pod drive
Electric engine controls
Third station control for joystick
Electric trim tabs
Engine start batteries
Onan 11 KW generator
Fuel - 2,200 litres (484 Imperial gallons - 581 US gallons)
Water - 800 litres (176 Imperial gallons - 581 US gallons)
Hot water heater 60 litres (13 Imperial gallons - 581 US gallons)
Holding tank – 120 litres (26 Imperial gallons - 32 US gallons)
All figures are approximate
Hot & cold pressurised water
Water heated by calorifier and immersion heater
Connector for direct water supply from pontoon
59000 BTU air conditioning throughout.
2 x compass
3 x Raymarine E127 Hydro Touch (2 at lower helm, one on flybridge.
Raymarine i70 autopilot
Dual station Raymarine 240 E VHF DSC
Anchor with chain and warp
Quick electric windlass
3 x electric toilet
Radio-CD Hi-Fi Bose 2.1
3 x TV
3 x DVD
Hydraulic lifting swim platform
Closing Mooring cover