Absolute plans to stage the world premiere of its upcoming flagship Navetta 75 at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September
The Navetta 75 succeeds the Navetta 73 as the yard’s flagship
Absolute is marking its 20th anniversary by introducing the Navetta 75, a new flagship that the inland builder plans to debut at this year’s Cannes Yachting Festival from September 6-11. Notable features include modular furniture on the terrace cockpit and flybridge, as seen on the 60 Fly that debuted at Cannes last year. The new 56 Fly is set to premiere at this year’s edition along with the Navetta 75.
Forward view of the enormous flybridge
The Navetta 75’s long flybridge occupies about two-thirds of its total length and can be accessed by stairs from both the cockpit and the lower helm. Deck plans show an aft area for loose furniture such as sunbeds, a large lounging area slightly forward and a forward section dedicated to a lengthways dining table plus a single-seat helm station and companion seating to starboard.
The yacht features a ‘terrace cockpit’
The main-deck saloon includes the main lounge aft and a dining table athwartships, while the helm station is in a raised position. Two more mooring stations are available in strategic positions. The foredeck provides another outdoor social area and has a C-shaped sofa with an adjustable table and a quadruple sunpad with an adjustable backrest
The cockpit furniture is moveable
On the lower deck, the yard’s signature features include the forward owner’s cabin in the bow, which has private access and is on a higher level than the rest of the lower deck. Guest cabins comprise a full-beam VIP midships, an en-suite double to port and a twin plus day head to starboard. The aft crew quarters can be accessed from the cockpit and feature up to three beds, a bathroom and a private galley.