The IPS powered Absolute Fly combines high-performance and fine living in a stylish Italian build.
The abundance of mirrored glass on the Absolutes exterior may be a little gauche for some but you’re likely to forget about it once inside the saloon. Natural light pours in and fills every corner of the already bright interior.
Adjacent to the helm is a small lounging area. Its raised location makes it a lovely spot for a coffee with a view. Aft is the main seating area, where you’re most likely to dine both because of the space and the fact that it’s next to the galley and therefore easy for the cook to serve guests.
Belowdecks there is a fairly standard three-cabin layout but there is nothing standard about Absolute’s clever use of glazing in the master and VIP cabins.
Both cabins get three huge panes of glass on either side plus a round opening port to provide some breeze. The effect is staggering, especially in the VIP where the slightly smaller cabin footprint means that you feel even closer to the water. There’s no better way to give your guests the five-star treatment.
One of the best spots on the boat is in the master cabin, where there is a cozy two-person booth beneath the starboard windows for the owner and his significant other to have a quiet breakfast in private away from the kids or guests. Since it’s at water level it feels like the most exclusive waterside apartment you could wish for.