Absolute Yachts is pleased to announce the return of Boot Düsseldorf, the world’s largest sports trade show with a vast range of exhibits, from dinghies to superyachts. The 2023 event takes place from 21 to 29 January, once again on the international calendar after the two-year break caused by the Covid pandemic. It will be held at the Messe Düsseldorf trade fair district, easy to reach by public transport.
Absolute will be present at Boot Düsseldorf with four yachts, 47 Fly, 50 Fly, 60 Fly, and the new 56 Fly. In fact, the two latter models, exhibited for the first time in Düsseldorf, have been nominated for two prizes, for which the winners will be announced at the Boot show: European Powerboat of the Year (56 Fly for the “Up to 20 metres” category), and the MBY Awards (56 Fly for the “Flybridges up to 60ft” category, and 60 Fly for the “Flybridges over 60ft” category).
While the brand has chosen to focus on the Fly range in terms of the yachts physically present, visitors will also find comprehensive information on yachts in Absolute’s other two ranges, Navetta and Coupé, with our dealers on hand for personalized advice and appointments.
56 Fly continues the revolutionary features of Absolute’s Fly range, hallmarked by technological innovation and Italian design. It fully merits its defining word, “charisma”, as it evokes admiration at first sight. Comfort and versatility are enhanced by the unparalleled detail design, while the boundaries between the yacht and the sea are blurred by transparent parapets and open gunwales. Absolute’s masterly use of modular furniture ensures that spaces for relaxation at the bows and in the cockpit area can be personalised according to the occasion, from breakfast overlooking the sea right through to cocktails with your friends at sunset. Attention to sustainability and user-friendly engineering can be seen in the solar panels built into the hard top, providing advanced levels of energy independence and silence and enabling you to enjoy your favourite bay without the sound of a generator humming in the background. The interiors are flooded with natural light, whether in the superb saloon with its ultra-modern kitchen, in the stunning full-beam owner’s cabin in the bows, or in the VIP cabin midships, virtually a second master cabin. Throughout, steps are reduced to a minimum, and headroom is optimised.
The second Absolute innovation at Boot Düsseldorf is the 60 Fly, a model with characteristics normally associated with much larger craft. Its exterior design facilitates use by both guests and crew, with two lateral stairwells from the stern cockpit to the swim platform and seamless transitions between the saloon, galley and cockpit that enhance liveability. The word chosen by Absolute to describe the 60 Fly is “prism”, and this expresses the uniquely multi-faceted aspect of this yacht, its ability to offer many different ways of enjoying the sea. The flybridge becomes a lofty open-air space, itself combining different settings, from the ultra-accessorized fly helm station to the dining area with galley, and a stern platform for total relaxation.