Prestige Yachts 590S: An Exclusive Rich Report Review

Prestige Yachts 590S: An Exclusive Rich Report Review
The Prestige 590S was powered by twin Cummins diesel engines rated at 600 horsepower each. Courtesy by Prestige Yachts

There is plenty of space for the cruising family on the Prestige Yachts 590S, a nearly 30-knot yacht.


Among the builder's S-line models, the Prestige 590s is sporty and elegant at the same time. Thanks to the builder's engineers, Garroni Design Studio in Italy, and JP Concepts, a Slovenian company, Prestige has balanced exterior lines and comfortable interior spaces.

There are two settees in the salon that are perfect for cocktail parties or just relaxing with a book. With low-profile backrests and side windows, the settees offer panoramic views and enhance ambient lighting. A varnished-wood dining table folds out to port. Across a starboard side deck door is a split seat that allows you to tend lines when you're shorthanded, or to reach the foredeck when you need a mooring ball. For salty breezes, skippers can open the portside window and the door.

With an angled backrest, a fore-aft adjustment, and an integrated footrest, the helm seat on starboard blends ergonomic design with function at the helm. Thanks to the side and aft windows, the 590S offers clear sightlines while operating from the lower station. Raymarine Axiom multifunction displays dominate the helm console, with Seakeeper and Cummins engine displays to port. To starboard, there are electronic throttles, joysticks, and ignitions.

Even with a flybridge, the Prestige 590S has a retractable sunroof, adding sea breezes and natural light to the main deck.Courtesy by Prestige Yacht

A sunshade adds to the foredeck’s comfort equation.

In the galley, you will find a Miele microwave, a Siemens induction cooktop, Vitrifrigo refrigerator/freezer, dishwasher, and ice maker. The countertops are Corian, and stowage is adequate for the summer vacation cruise for a family. When the aft bulkhead window is opened, one of the galley countertops can function as a walk-up bar. The interior and aft deck become one social area when the salon's sliding doors are opened.In the galley, you'll find a Miele microwave, Siemens three-burner induction cooker, Vitrifrigo refrigerator/freezer, dishwasher, and ice maker. The countertops are Corian, and there's enough space for a summer vacation cruise for a family. The aft bulkhead window can be opened to turn one of the galley countertops into a walk-up bar when not being used to prepare or plate meals. You can merge the interior and the aft deck with the salon's sliding doors.

An L-shaped transom seat with a foldout teak dining table, a teak cockpit, a port staircase down to the swim platform, and another one up to the flybridge are standard on the aft deck. An adjustable sun pad with a second backrest replaces the transom seat and the "relax bench" replaces the transom seat. It measures 8 feet, 10 inches wide by 5 feet, 11 inches long.

Featuring dual 12-inch Raymarine multifunction displays and a joystick controller, the Sportfly has a low, lean flybridge deck. A Venturi windscreen reduces noise and deflects wind when the skipper sits. Additionally, the flybridge extends aft to protect the cockpit below as well as the sun pad (6 feet, 6 inches by 6 feet, 11 inches). From the overhang, a sunshade extends to provide additional sun protection.

The full-beam master stateroom is belowdecks, across from the galley. As well as the 6-foot-6-inch headroom, hullside windows with opening ports enhance the stateroom's openness. Bedside nightstands, sconces, and reading lamps flank the king-size berth on the centerline. The bedroom has a walk-in closet to port, and an en suite head with a centerline shower stall and Corian countertops to starboard. Additionally, this space acts as a buffer between the forward guest rooms. With opposing settees, this could be the owner's favorite getaway spot: a vanity doubles as a work area or a casual respite from the main deck.

A V-shaped berth converts the forepeak VIP stateroom into twins. Additionally, the VIP has a walk-in closet and an en suite head with a shower stall and a seat. Owners have the option to trade the VIP's walk-in closet for a guest stateroom with twin berths and its own head.

The 590S's foredeck offers a quiet oasis at the quay in addition to the aft and flybridge lounge spaces. Several couples can relax on the oversize sun pad, which measures 6 feet, 1 inch wide by 7 feet, 1 inch long. There’s an adjustable backrest and a removable center cushion to make room for bench seating around a high-low table. The area is covered by a four-pole sunshade.

There are many options for decor with Prestige, such as upholstery fabrics and colors, as well as soles and countertops. Oak with lighter woodwork, wenge with darker woodwork, and brushed soles are some options. The 590S can be customized with leather finishes, carpeting, and exterior cushion styles.

Air conditioning that is tropical-ready delivers 87,000 Btu of cooling power. Prestige's Ship Control system controls the yacht's house electrical systems. From the helm, the system can be monitored and actuated by tapping an icon on an iPad or smartphone. Among other things, owners can control lighting, air conditioning, and music.

The 590S is a residence ready to travel based on the DNA of Prestige Yachts.

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