The elegance of the living area is enhanced by the sliding glass door that leads to the accommodation. Large windows ensure a light and airy feel to the interior of the boat that gives you a feeling of being close to the water. The large sofa converts into a comfortable bed that is perfectlypositioned to take advantage of the cabinet housing a retractable television.
At the helm, Absolute adopts the latest options in technology to ensure ease of use for the Captain. To the left of the helm, a practical galley offers all mod-cons to allow for preparation without feeling confined.
Below deck, there are 3 cabins and 2 toilets with separate showers. Located in the bow, the master suite is fitted with its own private toilet and shower.
The 2 aft cabins are broad as they are high. One cabin is fitted with 2 single beds, whilst the other is fitted with a wide double bed.
Absolute appoints state of the art technology and builds their hulls specifically for Volvo IPS Systems. The 45 Fly is fitted with 2 Volvo Penta IPS or IPS 600 engines.
Dual Helms- on bridge deck and on main deck
Three Staterooms- Master, Guest and Crew
Entertainment Areas on Bridge Deck, in Cockpit and in Main Salon
Sun Lounge Areas on Bow and Bridge Deck
Aft Galley with Full-Breadth Cockpit Doors
Retractable TV from Interior Settee
Wet Bar and Grill on Bridge Deck
Absolute positions its 45 Fly as a “small megayacht,” thus defining her mission. What this means is that the boat must have downright impressive accommodations and amenities for her size. To that end, she has a full-beam en suite master stateroom, ample seating in the salon, and copious seating on the flying bridge. What’s more, she is powered by twin Volvo Penta IPS drives with a joystick, something that most megayachts don’t have.
IPS allows Absolute to optimise the benefits over antiquated engine systems including:
Lighter Hull Weight
Increased Strength and Durability of the Laminate Hull and Planking
Lower Fuel Consumption
No Vibration and Less Noise
Increased Strength and durability of the laminate hull and planking
Functionality- ease of operation, fast response time, absent or a reduced need for the bow propeller
Stability at Anchor and Better Balance
The above benefits will be immediately appreciated, not only for the Captain at the helm, but the comfort for his guests in the aft cabins are guaranteed due to the spacious configuration as less engine room is required.
Long-term value is added to the Absolute Yacht due to the stringent semi-industrial production process that is second to none. Whilst this results in a higher cost of design and construction, the quality is assured without this cost being passed on to the client.
In a time where manufacturers are concerned with quick turn-arounds and reduction in costs, Absolute is proud to spend more time and money to ensure every boat that leaves their factory is built only to the highest standards with the application of advanced technology and innovation.
Upon boarding an Absolute model, you will instantly notice the space throughout, so much so, that an Absolute is often mistaken for a much larger model. This is due to the revolutionary Integrated Structural System, which was developed by Mr Sergio Maggi.
The production of the internal supporting structure is lmade in the joiners workshop simultaneously with hull and deck moulding which is done in the lamination department.
The structure is placed within the hull when it’s still in the mold and it’s bonded to it through stable structural elements.
Hull and interiors are covered by the deck, which gets bonded to the structure in the same steady way.
The ISS system offers the following benefits:-
Lightness and Extreme Sturdiness
Acoustic and Thermal Insulation
Freedom of Stylistic Expression within the Cabins
Major Standard Features
Dual helms – on bridge deck and on main deck
Three staterooms – master, guest and crew (although crew stateroom is aptly endowed to serve as a second guest stateroom)
Entertainment areas on bridge deck, in cockpit and in main salon
Sun lounge areas on bow and bridge deck
Aft galley with full-breadth cockpit doors to allow seamless entertaining
Retractable television athwartships from interior settee
Wet bar and grill on bridge deck
Three private heads with two private, stand-up showers
Power windows in salon to provide ample airflow
Teak decking exterior, solid oak decking interior
Canaletto walnut interior wood
Corian surfaces in galley and in head compartments