F-Line PRESTIGE 590 Refined elegance


Refined elegance

Dynamic Design

Fluid lines and excellent ergonomics are the hallmarks of the PRESTIGE 590. Each space and every curve has been designed with form, function and comfort in mind.

A generous flybridge and sleek radar arch enhance the onboard comfort and the powerful look. The ability to choose between an independent crew cabin and a large tender garage is unique in her category. All these design features come together in a yacht that provides remarkable comfort and dynamic design.


Refined elegance

The attention to detail sets the PRESTIGE 590 apart. Rounded furniture edges blend into comfortable seating areas that are both cozy and inviting.

The materials, layout and sightlines all contribute to a sense of well-being onboard and an understated, refined elegance.


Superior Technology

On board command and control provided by Ship Control puts all functions and system monitoring at your fingertips. Technology and innovation developed for ease of use, but also peace of mind.






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2 x Cummins 8.3 - 600 CV/HP
Fuel capacity
2200 l / 581 US gal
18.7 m / 61'4"
Max people
6 + 1
B-12 / C-14
Cruising speed
22 kts
Detailed specifications
Length overall 18.7 m / 61'4"
Hull length 16.44 m / 53'11"
Hull beam 4.84 m / 15'11"
Draft 1.35 m / 4'5"
Maxi air draft 5.8 m / 19'
Light displacement 19490 kg / 42968 Lbs
Full load displacement 27535 kg / 60704 Lbs
Max. speed** 27 kts
Cruising speed** 22 kts
Cruising speed range 260 NM
Fuel capacity 2200 l / 581 US gal
Water capacity 760 l / 201 US gal
Hot water heater capacity 60 l / 16 US gal
Holding tank capacity 170 l / 45 US gal
Architect Garroni Design / JP Concepts / Prestige Engineering
** Performance will vary depending on sea conditions, water and air temperatures, cleanliness of hull and propellers and the loading of the vessel. This figure is at mid-load.

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