Absolute yachts at Boot Düsseldorf 2024 – Exceptional luxury


Absolute Yachts returns to Germany for Boot Düsseldorf, presenting four models from the Absolute fleet: 48 Coupé, 52 Fly, Navetta 52 and Navetta 58.

In its 55th year, Boot Düsseldorf is one of the world’s premier boat exhibitions. With an estimated attendance of about 237,000 visitors and over 1,500 exhibitors from 70 different countries, Boot Düsseldorf is the world’s largest yacht and water sports trade show. The show features 16 themed areas including superyachts, motor boats, sailing, travelling and engines, equipment and accessories. Boot Düsseldorf draws a diverse crowd of both industry and public visitors.

The world’s most important boat and water sports fair – Boot Düsseldorf 


The 48 Coupé – “The Absolute Horizon” – embodies the latest and sportiest trends of luxury yachting. It
combines impeccable comfort with a dynamic profile, distinctive design, and a constant focus on the
nautical experience. The excellent visibility of the open bulwarks and the glazed balustrades astern guarantees this. Inside, vast areas of glazing in the salon and the three staterooms below decks assure panoramic views. Large hull windows ensure excellent natural lighting.

The level of comfort in all the interior spaces is at Absolute’s characteristically high standards of luxury. Sustainability is always a critical factor. The brand’s design outlook can be seen in the solar panels on the roof and the electrically open windows, which make it possible to activate natural air circulation, reducing energy usage for air conditioning.


The Absolute 52 Fly, presented in 2023, is the newest yacht in the Flybridge range. “The Absolute Direction” has introduced a new direction in luxury yachts. It includes a cutting-edge design with features usually found only on larger yachts. Alongside the ample headroom, floors with a minimum of steps, and the extensive use of sliding doors, the genuine feat in the 52 Fly is the massive space throughout.

The salon is roomy and beautifully detailed, served by a superbly equipped galley that even has a
large pantry and a full-height fridge-freezer. The full-beam owner stateroom is located in the bow location to ensure privacy and quiet. It has a fine marble bathroom with extensive storage units. The VIP stateroom midships can be considered a second master stateroom, with generous space and impeccable finish. The third guest cabin has twin berths, with good headroom and an electrically operated system that enables its transformation into a double berth. In addition, there is a multi-function crew cabin aft.

Outside, multiple deck areas provide space and openness. They include a generously sized cockpit terrace that’s distinctive thanks to its open bulwarks. Above, the superbly designed flybridge comes with free-standing furniture, a wet bar, and a galley. Finally, the bow area has a three-person sunlounger teak table and settles for the perfect ambience.


Known as the “Absolute Appeal”, the Navetta 52 ensures high levels of cruising comfort in all conditions. The side decks are protected above by a cantilevered superstructure and at the side by sturdy bulwarks, and the cockpit terrace is also entirely covered by the flybridge. You get the same all-weather appeal on the foredeck, where the settee is shaded behind the loungers for soaking up the sun.

The flybridge is enormous, a privileged location for around-the-clock enjoyment, with a dinette, an outdoor galley, and an aft terrace area with moveable seating for maximum flexibility. The flybridge helm is accompanied by sofas for sailing with friends. Inside the main salon, the vast windows are accompanied by Absolute’s skill in sophisticated, minimalist interior design.

The galley serves both the salon and the cockpit terrace. If required, it can be separated by electrically operated vertical glass screens. The central helm station is modern and ergonomic, with a door opening onto the side deck so that the captain can use the joystick when outside during mooring.


Navetta 58, known as the “The Absolute Leader”, is a yacht very different from the traditional design standards, making it a true leader in its category. Its plumb bow and distinctive architecture ensure generous dimensions, as seen on the flybridge. This space has an aft area for relaxation, a central area with a dinette and grill, and a flybridge helm station forward at the bow that includes additional seating comprising two L-shaped settees.

On the main deck, the cockpit terrace has a sofa and dining table. It provides access to the salon, where the galley – whose facilities include a large worktop, a full-sized fridge, a four-burner hob, a sink and a dishwasher – is located just aft of the principal helm station.

Below decks, accommodations consist of a master stateroom midships and a VIP suite in the bows, with pillarless windows, spacious storage, ensuite bathrooms, and sophisticated furnishings. A third guest cabin has twin beds, seamlessly transformable into a double berth.