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Prestige 58, motor yacht for charter.

Prestige 58: Where Luxury Meets Serenity

Set sail aboard the M/Y Prestige Flybridge 550 (58ft), meticulously crafted by Jeanneau in 2013 and recently refurbished in 2023. Discover the epitome of opulence and comfort on the shimmering waters of Greece. Ideal for up to 10 guests on daily charters or 4 guests on weekly voyages, this splendid yacht ensures an unparalleled nautical experience.

Indulge in an array of amenities meticulously curated to guarantee a sublime stay. What sets the Prestige 58 apart is its expansive open deck areas, fostering social gatherings while basking in breathtaking 360-degree views. Revel in the luxurious, open-plan indoor lounge, offering an unparalleled vista from every angle. The vast sun decks and sheltered dining spaces set the stage for an intimate and relaxing charter, cocooned in utmost privacy.

Standing as one of the newest motor yachts in Mykonos , the Prestige 58 boasts a contemporary design that redefines comfort. Three lavishly appointed cabins, complemented by an additional crew cabin, feature en-suite bathrooms and walk-in closets, ensuring the pinnacle of leisure and seclusion aboard.

The Prestige 58 is not just about luxury; it’s a haven of fun and adventure. Equipped with an extensive array of water toys , snorkeling gear, and fishing equipment, it promises an exhilarating blend of entertainment and pleasure for our esteemed guests. Cruise the mesmerizing Greek waters aboard the Prestige 58, where every moment is a celebration of luxury, tranquility, and unbridled joy.


Ship Details

  • Length in meters: 17.92
  • Length in feet: 58
  • Engines: 2x600CV + Zeus Fuel: Diesel
  • Daytrip Passengers | Crew: 10 / 2
  • Night Passengers | Crew: 4 / 2

Cabins: 3 (2 Master, 1 VIP, 1 Double, Twin)


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New Outside Cushions- New Upgraded Speakers on Bow

New Carpet in Salon -New Turbo Chargers

All Major Engine Services Completed 12/2021

Well-balanced forms, concentrated power, quality, and security.

An elegant and distinguished design by Garroni lends the PRESTIGE 550 an even longer line and a stronger identity. With its contemporary interior, this flybridge is innovative in its cabin design, as well as design details for comfort and luxury... and it affords an exceptional panoramic view.

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  • Price $870,000
  • Make Prestige
  • Category Motor Yachts
  • Condition Used
  • Days On Market Inquire
  • Display Length 58'
  • Beam 15' 7"
  • Draft (Max) 3
  • Fuel Capacity 581 Gal.
  • Water Capacity 211 Gal.

Engines / Speed

  • Engine Specs
  • Make Cummins
  • Model QSC 8.3 Zeus
  • Type Inboard
  • Fuel Type Diesel
  • Engine Hours 1420
  • Power 600 HP


This Prestige is a great opportunity to purchase a pre-owned yacht for sale. This listing is not currently with SI Yachts, but our team is happy to do the research on your behalf to find our the full history on the boat. Our team at SI Yachts can answer all of your questions on this boat and offer any guidance you need on your search for the right vessel. SI Yachts is the Northeast's most powerful brokerage firm and new yacht dealer for Viking, Princess, Prestige, Absolute, Pardo, and Valhalla Boatworks.


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Whether you're interested in a new model or a quality pre-owned yacht for sale, SI Yachts has the expertise on staff to help you find the right vessel for your boating needs and budget. Our team is award-winning and factory trained in multiple brands like Viking, Princess, and Prestige. We can hold your hand the entire way from building a new yacht through delivery with the factory or digging deep into the history of any pre-owned boat options we find on the market. We pride ourselves on setting an example for customer service which is why many of our customers have been with us for many years. We look forward to helping you move forward with your boating ambitions.


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Prestige Yachts M8 Review

  • By Victor Tan
  • November 17, 2023

Prestige Yachts M8

How fitting it was that Prestige Yachts introduced its new M-Line flagship, the M8, at Portopiccolo, a picturesque yachting village outside Trieste, Italy. Formerly a quarry, the cliff-side area had been chiseled into a clean site rife with eye-catching vistas, much like the French builder’s 65-foot power catamaran and its nearly 3,000 square feet of usable real estate.

Take, for starters, the M8’s 344-square-foot cockpit. Apart from flybridge-bound stairs to port and a wet bar to starboard, this space (as well as most of the yacht’s living areas) is an open deck with modular furniture. This setup allows owners to choose how they spend their time, whether watching sunsets on the hook or relaxing underway. Aboard Hull No. 1, which will debut at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this month, there were four movable square-shaped sofas and two accompanying side tables.

Prestige Yachts M8

Aft-deck space is further enhanced by the M8’s versatile swim platform (14 feet, 5 inches by 4 feet, 11 inches) that Prestige describes as a “balcony on the sea.” When it wasn’t overlooking the smooth waters of the Adriatic Sea, the 1,102-pound-capacity platform lowered into swimming-pool mode at the push of a button, allowing access to the garage, dinghies and water toys.

The M8’s modular-furniture concept continues in the salon, where there is 6-foot-6-inch headroom, and on the flybridge. Between both spaces, the only fixed furniture is the 538-square-foot flybridge’s three-person sun pad to starboard, abaft the staircase leading to the salon. The flybridge also has a wet bar with a grill abaft a two-seat centerline helm station with two 22-inch multifunction displays. To port, there is a dining table with seating for eight; aft and to starboard, there is another lounging area with an L-shaped sofa to starboard and two-person aft-facing seating on centerline with room for two loose tables.

Prestige Yachts M8

As for this hull’s 511-square-foot salon, it had two free-standing chairs to starboard, a sofa on centerline and another to port. The salon connects to the cockpit via an opening centerline window with a service bar that has a wine chiller for 18 bottles, a sink and stowage. Forward and to port, there is a dining area with a table for six, and the galley is to starboard (a galley-down layout is also an option). Appliances are by Miele, including a three-burner cooktop, a microwave and a dishwasher, and there is a 132-gallon, triple-door fridge/freezer by Fisher & Paykel. This M8 also has the optional Surround View system by Garmin to make maneuvering in tight spaces easier; its console is nestled between the galley and centerline stairs leading to the owner’s stateroom. Owners can also opt for a lower helm station with a pedestal seat for all-weather cruising.

The 323-square-foot foredeck lounge is where the M8 diverts from its free-standing-furniture style the most. A sun pad consumes nearly the entire width of this space. Down two steps and forward, there is forward-facing straight-line seating on centerline across from an aft-facing C-shaped settee.

Prestige Yachts M8

Accommodations can include four or five staterooms, with options for a VIP suite that consumes the portside hull and the galley down in the starboard hull. The 323-square-foot master stateroom is forward and nearly spans the yacht’s 29-foot beam, with its athwartship berth across from a console with a rising TV. There’s also a head with his-and-hers sinks to port, and a customizable space to starboard for a gym, a lounge, a gaming area or whatever else the owner wants.

Power for the M8 is twin 600 hp Volvo Penta D8 diesels. With the throttle all the way to the pins, I observed a 20.5-knot top hop as the diesels burned a combined 63.4 gallons per hour at 2,900 rpm. At 7.7 knots, reported range is 1,583 nautical miles; at 17 knots, it’s reportedly 350 nm. Turning the M8 felt smooth, running like it was on rails, and the wheel was real-time responsive to input.

Prestige Yachts M8

The Prestige Yachts M8 is worth a look for power cat enthusiasts seeking adaptability, customization and a notable master stateroom that’s akin to one inside a small apartment. This new flagship has plenty of potential to be a desirable home on the water.

Luxurious Furnishings

The M8’s furniture is provided by four brands: Reflex Angelo, Pininfarina, Roda and Foglizzo. Regardless of where I decided to lounge while on board, there was always a place to get comfortable and take in the views.

Prestige Yachts M8

Access Anywhere

In addition to two stairways leading to the flybridge (one in the cockpit, one in the salon), the Prestige M8 has two side-deck doors. One is forward and to port, and the other is aft and to starboard. A portside day head is accessible from the side deck.

Sun-Powered Anchorage

Hull No. 2 of the M8, which debuted at the Cannes Yachting Festival last month, has the optional “Silent Mode” package: 10 lithium batteries powered by 258 square feet of solar panels, which should allow two hours of silent operation sans generators and with zero emissions.

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Prestige M8

PRESTIGE M8: the new flagship of the M-Line fleet

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PRESTIGE, world leader in luxury motor yachts, launches its latest addition, the M8. Flagship of the M-Line multihull yacht range, Prestige M8 is distinguished by a unique configuration that affords the space and comfort equivalent to that of an 85-foot monohull yacht, targeting the needs of the most demanding owners. With the M8, PRESTIGE offers an unprecedented cruising experience, in perfect harmony with the sea, more respectful of the environment and with a reduced fuel consumption. The twin hulls ensure natural stability and excellent seaworthiness.

“ The M8, flagship of the M-Line by PRESTIGE, represents the quintessence of our savoir-faire in terms of design, elegance, and fit and finish. I would like to underscore the unique character of PRESTIGE, the only Franco-Italian yacht builder in the world, today, combining the French mastery of serial production and Italian heritage in large yacht construction” confirms E rwin Bamps, Vice President of PRESTIGE.


Built at the Groupe Beneteau Italia shipyard in Monfalcone, the new M8 was masterfully designed by Garroni Design, the studio that crafted the identity of PRESTIGE from its beginnings, over 30 years ago. The result is a unique and distinctive multihull yacht with unparalleled surfaces and dimensions, and a hull which, designed from the start uniquely for a motor yacht, offers the upmost comfort with over 270 m2 of living space and spacious suites.

“ The new M8 represents a concentration of innovation. Her contemporary lines, high-performance hull design, and innovative layouts place this new model at the top of the multihull motor yacht category. The exterior lines have been designed to reveal a bold, distinctive personality. Here, there is no reference to the world of sailing catamarans, as so often is the case. Proportions are typical of a powerful, contemporary motor yacht. The M8 is a true villa on the sea. The layout, living spaces, ease of movement and safety on board have been designed to optimize the experience of the owners and their family, ” explains Camillo Garroni, designer of the M8.

PRESTIGE M8: smooth and fuel-efficient cruising

The new Prestige M8 is a multihull yacht designed for maximum comfort and well-being on board. Two hulls, rather than one, guarantee a smooth and linear cruising experience, ensure natural stability and perfect seaworthiness even in heavy seas. This multihull, equipped with twin Volvo D8 600HP engines, handles particularly well in maneuvers at port and enables guests to benefit from every living space in ideal conditions. Cruising aboard the M8 is a unique and eco-friendly experience thanks to her extraordinary fuel efficiency: the yacht, in fact, consumes half as much fuel than a monohull with the same volume of living space. As an option, the Silent Boat Pack integrates a large surface area of solar panels and a substantial lithium battery bank.


“ It is the team of Marc Lombard, world-renowned in the yachting world, who designed the hulls of the M8 ,” explains Rosalie Le Gall, Product Manager at PRESTIGE . “ The power catamaran will be certified in category A; the hulls are designed for passing smoothly through the waves at any speed, for up to 20 knots. The multihull configuration offers great stability at anchor and while under way. The M8 offers the space and luxury equivalent to that of an 85-foot monohull, with much greater comfort and connection with the sea” , continues Rosalie Le Gall – “She consumes half the fuel, due to her lighter, lesspowerful engines. The systems on board have also been optimized in order to reduce energy consumption by 50%. With this, we can operate the yacht at night and several hours during the day, using only the batteries, affording a gentler lifestyle for all on board”

Modular exterior and a Miami-inspired atmosphere

The M8 offers a Miami-inspired elegant and sophisticated atmosphere, with streamlined and contemporary living spaces: each detail is carefully studied for an uncompromised luxury experience. The priority is placed on the most rigorous quality standards and customization, offering a variety of interior versions with new materials and colours, and a new finish worthy of the largest yachts.

“With this new project, PRESTIGE has once again raised the bar. You can see it, feel it, in the experience on board – confirms Valentina Militerno de Romedis, Interior Decorator – A multihull is, by definition, a platform for meeting, for sharing, but it is also a place where the sky and sea meet and merge, and it is from this that we drew the inspiration for the Miami color palette and concept. This city, always turned toward the future, is the symbol of modernity. The ocean that borders it represents an open horizon, shared freely by the sky and the sea. It is this atmosphere that guided us in the selection of colors, of new materials and new fabrics”.


Outdoor spaces such as the main deck, 32-square-meter cockpit, and flybridge are designed to allow for free movement on board and, of course, for maximum relaxation: with a large 4.20-meter-wide moving platform that serves as a beach club, a large locker for storing equipment and water toys, and a full steering position on the flybridge, on which is also a large lounging area, the M8 is ideal for enjoying the sea in all its facets.

Dreamlike interiors immersed in luxury

PRESTIGE’s new M8 offers an unparalleled luxury experience not only in her exterior, but also, and perhaps most importantly, in her interior spaces. Every detail of the design has been taken care of, with special attention paid to the refinement and quality of the materials used, all of which are high-end and exceptionally refined. The living spaces are large and flooded with natural light, with a U-shaped galley and a modular salon that spans almost 50 m2. The master stateroom then is like a real private apartment reaching an unparalleled 30 m2 of luxury, which also distinguishes the three additional guest cabins, including a VIP suite.


It can clearly be said that the M8 sets herself a no small goal of redefining standards of well-being on board, offering everyone the opportunity to share precious moments at sea by reconnecting with nature, reconnecting with it, themselves and others in a spacious, refined, light-filled environment: this is the Art de Vivre offered by the new M8.

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Prestige M8 Review (2023 Edition)

The M8 power catamaran is the biggest and most expensive boat that Prestige has ever built. Is it the best? Read our in-depth review to find out

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Does size really matter? It does aboard a power catamaran. The M8 is 5ft shorter than Prestige's own 70ft (21.3m) F690 flybridge but it's almost twice as wide and that makes a difference.

Its deck spaces are sprawling, storage is outstanding, the saloon is huge and the owner's cabin is so large Prestige refers to it as the 'owner's apartment'. The name? It refers to Prestige's belief that the M8 has the same volume as an 80-90ft monohull. Big boat space means big boat pricing, though, with prices starting from €4.75 million ex VAT (correct at time of writing). Big money for a Beneteau Group product but is it justified? 

Prestige M8 Key Facts

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  • Model Year 2023
  • Max Speed 20 knots
  • Status In Production
  • Yacht Type Multihull
  • Use Type Cruising

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Around the Marina

The modern world of boat control has taken a lot of the fear out of handling big power cats at slow speeds. This used to be a hurdle for many buyers as the idea of manoeuvring something so wide around a tight marina wasn't all that appealing but thruster, joystick and camera technology have changed the game here. The M8 we tested - hull number one - was fitted with all three plus an extra joystick in the cockpit so whatever the type of mooring it was easy to find a place to control the boat from. 

The cockpit joystick is a €14,000 option. Still, the joystick at the helm and twin proportional bow thrusters come as standard, a sensible move by Prestige that takes much of the intimidation out of threading the 30ft (9.1m) wide M8 around a marina. The freeboard is high but the superstructure isn't so she doesn't have much windage and the twin hulls keep the boat nicely planted on the spot and not overly affected by wind or tide.

You can't physically see the aft end of the boat from the flybridge helm, though you can with the cameras, so when mooring stern-to it makes sense to get as close to the berth as possible at the upper helm and then transfer to the cockpit station for the final few metres. There are a couple of options when it comes to the lower helm, which we'll cover later on. 

Crewing on board the boat couldn't be easier, really, the side decks are large and well-protected with chunky guardrails all around. The thick, squared-off rails at the aft end of the decks look and feel great but they do make tying fenders a little more difficult - there are no such issues up front, though. There is plenty of space to stow fenders on deck, too, and boarding gates make accessing the boat from a high quay or fuel dock that bit easier. The freeboard is massive, though, and it's almost impossible to reach the amidships cleats from the pontoon, so most of the line handling will have to be done from on board the boat. 


There is only one engine option on offer and that's a pair of Volvo Penta D8 600hp motors connected to V-drive shafts. That's a relatively small amount of horsepower for such a large vessel but this is a boat designed to sit at 15 knots and slower so the idea of trying to hit anywhere near 30 knots isn't even in the equation. Frankly, from 6 knots to 21 knots the boat barely changes running angle at all, the only difference being how much breeze is pouring over your head. 

It stays resolutely flat throughout the rev range and it's the same story when you dial in a bit of lock through the fly-by-wire steering. Those slender hulls offer plenty of grip and the M8 actually swings around surprisingly neatly for such a wide boat of well over 40 tonnes but it's not what you'd call a thrilling driving experience. But then it's not supposed to be. Set it at about 2,500rpm for roughly 15 knots and you're away. Here she'll plod along, sipping away at the 3,700-litre fuel capacity for 350nm between fills. Not earth-shattering range for this style of boat - to get the range over 1,000nm you'll need to be below 10 knots - but then this is no Nordhavn rival. It's a big leisure cat with spaces to be enjoyed at rest and on the move.

As you might expect of something this wide and heavy, it tracks perfectly straight and needs very little input from the helm to maintain a steady heading. We had no real chop to contend with during our trial but crossing wake head-on, those slim hulls slice through in blade-like fashion. Beam-on swell at slow speed did tend to provoke more of a rocking motion than you'd expect from a stabilised monohull but with water running under the hulls, the M8 is an immensely stable platform.

This builds into the way you can use the boat, too. The journey becomes as much of the experience as the destination because guests can move around the boat safely and enjoy all of its various living spaces on the move. The joy of trucking along at 15 knots rather than the late-20s of a planing boat is that you don't have to cling on when you move from space to space. 

It's an easy boat to cruise aboard with very little to think about from the helm because the cruising speed doesn't really change the attitude of the boat, so whether you cruise at 8 knots or 15 knots the way the boat behaves doesn't vary. It's very, quiet too, and this plays a major part in what makes the M8 such a laid-back cruising machine.

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  • 1,431 nm @ 8.2 knots eco
  • 315 nm @ 17.7 knots cruise
  • 307 nm @ 20.3 knots max

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Design & Build

Prestige M8 yacht from above

The extra length of the M8 gives her quite an aesthetic advantage, shall we say, over her smaller sibling the M48. Considering what a departure the boat is for Prestige, the design team and Camillo Garoni have done a laudable job of maintaining the family resemblance; it's instantly recognisable as a Prestige. 

It's built at Beneteau Group Italia in Molfacone, originally tasked with constructing the now moth-balled Monte Carlo Yachts' boats. The upshot is, this facility and its workforce are experienced in building more expensive yachts that are finished to a higher standard than the smaller stuff in the Beneteau Group stable. You see this all over the M8 but most obviously in the gauge and quality of the stainless steel, the grade of components (Tecma toilets and Miele galley appliances, for example) and eye-catching furniture designed in conjunction with Pininfarina. It's an expensive boat so the look and feel have to be right and, in general, it is. Especially if you're comparing it to an 85ft monohull as Prestige so often does.

The Luxury Of Space

The interior design is by Valentina Militerno de Romedis and it sets a fresh tone for a Prestige product. The mood board was centred around Miami and there's a beach house feel throughout. Light timbers and flooring are punctuated with bright pops of light blue in the dining chairs, scatter cushions and piping on the furniture. It's cool, clean and feels very different to any other Prestige I've been on. The luxury of space can create a dilemma (what do you fill it with?) but they've struck a great mix on the M8. They haven't filled the interior with furniture for the sake of it and have left plenty of open space to make moving around the boat very easy.  

Marc Lombard was responsible for naval architecture, a man with plenty of experience drawing cats and importantly, here, was designing a motor catamaran from the beginning. No amending an existing sailing cat design here and that has a positive effect on both the dynamics and the use of space on board. Beds are no longer poked into the corners of the hull, the modern power cat uses its interior space in a much more intelligent way. 

One possibly unseen benefit of a multi-hull is the amount of space in, and access to, machinery spaces. The engines get an engine room to themselves so access to all sides is outstanding and there's so much headroom in the's that they can, as an option, build a floor and add another crew cabin here if requested. The finish was a little sloppy in darker corners but this is hull number one and there were still quite a few revisions that the yard wanted to make before final production. 

Prestige M8 exterior

Interior Accommodation

Prestige M8 main deck

With a near 30ft beam it won't shock you to learn that the M8's saloon is vast. The designers always had a forward galley in mind, to make the most of the connection between interior and exterior but the way they've worked a bar into the threshold between the two spaces is absolutely brilliant. It both gives you a space to serve guests without having to go to the galley and sensibly divides the beam so you don't have to wrestle with two enormous sliding doors. It includes an electric window that drops down to create a bar that faces out to the cockpit. 

Access points to the saloon are excellent. Two doors aft, a sliding door to starboard on the aft side and a side door to port adjacent to the dining table. With two staircases leading between the main deck and flybridge as well, moving around the boat couldn't be easier. 

The saloon has a grown-up feel with its relaxed free-standing furniture and the exposed stainless steel structure that is so elegantly integrated into the space. The aft end of the saloon is given over entirely over to lounging space with a mix of sofas and armchairs and a TV that swings down from the ceiling and swivels on its mount to face different parts of the space. Forward, the dining table is to port with neatly integrated storage for crockery and glassware in the unit beneath the windscreen. The door out onto the port side deck is here allows a natural breeze to draw into this area, though it is on the opposite side of the deck to the lower helm (if specified).  The galley feels a touch on the small side for a boat of this size but there are some pleasing additions, like the pop-up section of the counter designed specifically to hold a coffee machine, high-end Miele cooking appliances and a truly enormous American-style fridge freezer. The dishwasher is on the small side to cope with all the washing up if the boat is full, however. 

Between the galley and dining table, a large hatch in the floor lifts up to reveal a deep storage void complete with shelving and space for the washing machine and tumble dryer. Arguably not quite as convenient as having them located in one of the lobbies in the accommodation but having them centrally does mean it's easy for everyone on board to get to them. Whether the crew will appreciate sorting laundry in full view of guests in the middle of the saloon is another matter. 

On that note, crew the cabins are located on the forepeaks of both hulls. It's the same idea as the M48 only much more spacious and generously equipped. The ladder access down into them isn't all that convenient but the space inside isn't too bad and they have their own ensuite bathrooms. It's worth pointing out that one crew cabin is standard and it's around €22,000 to add the other one. They certainly aren't as luxurious as the crew space on your average 85ft monohull but then this type of boat is less likely to run with crew.

Internal staircases have fallen out of fashion in the monohull market but this is another feature that Prestige could afford to include on the M8 because there is the space to do it without compromising living space. It winds up to the top deck from the starboard side and is accessed via an electric sliding hatch, which draws back to link the decks. It's great for transporting food from the galley to the flybridge and for allowing the skipper to quickly dash between the helms without having to detour through the cockpit. 

The 'Owner's Apartment'

Describing a cabin as the 'Owner's Apartment' does, on the face of it, sound like frightening marketing speak but it does feel rather accurate once inside. They talk of the space of an 85-footer and this cabin has just the sort of room you would expect to find on a monohull that size. It sprawls luxuriously across both hulls and incorporates a king-size bed, lounge/study, walk-in wardrobe and a bathroom with separate shower and toilet cubicles.

It's lavish in its spaciousness and finished with panache. Again, the polished stainless structure makes an appearance but it's been cleverly used to separate the sleeping space from the lounge and you can specify a more solid partition if you'd rather have a private study or space for a cross-trainer to create a small gym. 

The headroom is well over 6ft throughout and there is no dropping down into the hulls on either side as you might expect. The lounge and bathroom are set at the same level as the main part of the cabin so there are no steps - or any obstructions at all, in fact - to negotiate as you move around the accommodation. 

The only real downside to the design is that there are no windows around the bed so the cabin relies quite heavily on the artificial lighting that is neatly integrated into the headlining. You don't feel as in touch with your surroundings because of the lack of windows but the space is undeniably impressive. What about guests, though?


Guest accommodation is contained within the M8's hulls and there's a good degree of flexibility in the arrangements. You can opt to have the galley on the lower deck, which gobbles up space for a cabin and leaves more seating in its place on the main deck. Maybe if you're going to run the boat with crew, this would be an appealing arrangement so they can prepare food and drinks out of sight of guests but most owners will no doubt want the galley on deck and part of the action. 

There is also a five-cabin option which could work well if the boat is destined for charter but the most popular layout will likely be what we had on the test boat, four cabins including the extended VIP on the port side. Here, the VIP cabin occupies almost the entire length of the port hull and as well as a large double bed, walk-in wardrobe and private bathroom has a private lounge area with a pop-up TV. This gives those in the VIP their own little retreat away from other guests and creates a remarkably luxurious guest suite that could be considered a mini owner's cabin given its size and fit-out. In the five-cabin version, this cabin loses the seating area to create space for a cabin with a small double bed and a bunk.

In the opposite hull, there are two further guest cabins, one with a double bed and the other with a flexible arrangement which includes a large single/small double berth (depending on how you look at it) with a single bunk above. This would be a great cabin for kids but its flexible arrangement makes it a really handy cabin with a multitude of uses. It's nice that both of these cabins have their own bathrooms, too, so high levels of privacy are maintained. 

There's less of an issue with natural light in these cabins than in the owner's suite because the beds all align with hull windows in a bid to make the most of the views out over the water when the boat is at anchor. It works well and the position of the beds with steps up either side means getting in and out of them is so much easier than if the beds are poked into the ends of the hulls. 

Helm Station


There is no lower helm option as standard on the M8 but you can add a control station (€42,000) or fully fledged lower helm (€53,000). The boat we tested had the former and though it's not somewhere you would really want to drive the boat from as it has no wheel and a basic dash layout but it has a joystick and throttles and an MFD so you can check charts and the boat's position using the cameras. It's handy to have somewhere within the saloon that you have control from but the upgrade to the proper lower helm would be more useful, especially if there's any chance you'll be doing long passages at night. Often the view is restricted from the lower helm because of the height of the cabin in front but Prestige has skillfully avoided this with the M8. 

For berthing, most will head to the cockpit and use the (optional) third docking station and unless the weather's truly miserable you'll want to be a the upper helm, which can be fully enclosed along with the rest of the flybridge thanks to a set of optional covers. 

It's a great helm position perfectly tuned to the way the boat cruises. The chairs are high-backed and supportive with a good amount of adjustment and the dash itself is upright and clearly laid out. The 22in Garmin MFDs are standard and they are superb. Beautifully clear and capable of displaying multiple data feeds without the screens becoming confusing. There is also a smaller Volvo Penta screen that is dedicated to engine information so you can always keep an eye on that.

The throttles are a stretch if you sit back in the seat but this is not a boat where you interact constantly with the engine controls, it's very much a set-and-sit type of arrangement. Crucially, it's a very comfortable place to munch the miles and blissfully quiet, too. 

Prestige M8 swim platform

The cockpit is, of course, enormous but Prestige has designed this area really smartly to make the most of its prodigious width. The standout feature is the aft platform, which was designed exclusively by Opacmare for the M8 (that's the power of building boats in massive numbers). It's a brilliant bit of tech and, in a pleasant surprise, comes as standard. It has various functions. It sinks down into the water and with full-width integrated steps gives excellent access in and out for swimmers. It has a 500kg weight capacity so can launch/recover a decent tender and it also rises up to deck level to create a mezzanine terrace in line with the cockpit. The glass balustrade that runs across the transom opens up to complete the picture and create an Infiniti effect over the back deck. Completing the picture is the low-slung, comfy furniture which has the same sort of beach house feel as the seating inside the saloon. 

Beneath the deck, there is a vast storage void that can be accessed via a deck hatch or a door in the transom, which doubles up as a bench when teamed with the platform. This huge space is destined for water toys such as inflated SUPs and it's also deep enough to swallow most of the boat's fenders.

There isn't a huge amount to report about the starboard deck, apart from its width, but the port side has a feature that is a first for me on a boat of this size: a day head that can only be accessed from the deck. It makes perfect sense. It means that those in wet swimming gear or covered in sun cream don't need to go into the boat to use the toilet. A great bit of innovation, just a shame it's a cost option. 

Room To Breathe

Forward, the boat's width creates a natural living space that the designers have deftly moulded into a split sunbathing and seating area. The twin hulls allow a sunken moulding at the bow so you drop down between a pair of benches that put you right in the path of the breeze on a warm day. It's a lovely place to sit with the water swooshing past the slender hulls. 

The flybridge comes as standard with an open aft end with the option to add lounge furniture for €34,000. That's a lot of money for some furniture but it finishes off this area really well. Prestige has, once again, filled the space sensibly with a great mix of dining and sunbathing space and a split central wet bar that allows you to hold court while lining up the drinks or flipping a burger or two.

The hard top comes as standard but a canvas sunroof is an option (€14,000), as is Silent Mode, a €120,000 option that adds solar panels and a larger battery bank that allows you to run the boat overnight with all services running and not fire the generator. It helps, of course, that the boat doesn't have to run a stabiliser on anchor but Prestige has made efficiency improvements elsewhere, like using a gas-powered air-con system rather than chilled water, which uses 1/3 less energy. 


Value For Money

Value for money is a cornerstone of Beneteau Group's ethos but where does that sit when a product costs (correct at time of writing) €4,750,000 ex VAT? You can't judge it against a 70ft monohull because the space on offer here is just so much greater. The boat also has an impressive standard specification, a lesson learned from the Monte Carlo Yachts brand that at this level customers expect a certain amount of kit to come as standard.

A crew cabin comes as standard, the hard top, the hydraulic bathing platform, synthetic teak in the cockpit, air-conditioning, the joystick and twin bow thrusters, a 22kW generator, twin 22in MFDs at the flybridge helm and all of those high-end galley appliances such as the Miele cooking equipment and Fischer & Paykell double fridge. 

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The cost options you might want to add to that would include lounge seating on the flybridge, the lower helm, a passerelle (for the Med), the BBQ grill on the flybridge, the day head, the cockpit joystick and the rearview camera, totalling around €190,000 of extras. 

This sort of money pushes the M8 into yacht territory and the orbit of some big-hitting brands in both the monohull and multihull worlds. Buying the boat is one thing but due to the boat's width-to-length ratio, depending on where you keep it, there may be a premium pay for moorings as a resident and a visitor. That said, the boat is so well attuned to living on anchor that you may find the need to be in a marina isn't as acute as it would be on a similar-sized monohull. 


This is an impressive leap for Prestige in such a short space of time. A couple of years ago the brand had never built a multihull and now it has two in the stable including this impressive flagship. The beauty of the M8 is that it has multihull space with a look and feel of a production monohull. Creating this from the ground up as a power catamaran and not adapting an existing platform is what makes it such a successful piece of design. Yes, there are some rough edges that need addressing on hull number one, and no doubt they will be, but there is a lot to like here and this is a major line in the sand for Prestige as it looks to establish itself in a booming genre. 

Reasons to Buy

  • Aft platform design
  • Flexible layout
  • Incredible owner's suite
  • Ease of control

Things to Consider

  • Cruising range isn't huge
  • On the pricey side
  • Compact crew accommodation

For what was once seen as a niche genre, the big power cat market is gaining momentum as is clear from the impressive list of rivals that the M8 faces. 

Built on the French Atlantic coast, the Power 67 was an equal leap into the big league for Fountaine Pajot as the M8 is for Prestige. FP has an excellent reputation in building large sailing catamarans but expectations are different when building a motor cat of this size and price. Like the Prestige, it has a very flexible interior layout though it doesn't boast the full-beam owner's suite of the M8 and instead opts for an extended cabin in the starboard hull. It too is available with four or five cabins. The cabins may not be quite as impressive but the main deck has a real wow factor because you can access the foredeck directly from the saloon where, as an option, you can specify a hot tub for a slice of the superyacht life. It runs a pair of relatively small 480hp Volvo Penta engines but it's a light boat so the top speed is still just shy of 20 knots and it will cover over 1,000nm at 10 knots. 

The Horizon PC68 is a more traditional power cat design from the highly experienced Tawainese shipyard. High-quality engineering and customisation come as standard with Horizon products, so even though the 68 doesn't have the layout flexibility of the M8 and isn't available with five cabins, there is still plenty of scope to make the boat your own. It's available with an open or enclosed flybridge deck and the latter is a full enclosure with an upper lounge and sun deck. It's a more reserved design both in style and features so it doesn't have the functionality of the M8 but it's a classy operator that bristles with quality touches. The main deck focuses on a large family kitchen - almost twice the size of the M8's - complete with a four-person breakfast bar. The owner's suite is forward in the main deck and has its bed positioned on the centre line with its ensuite down to port. Twin MAN i8 650hp engines should offer similar performance and range to the Prestige, though with almost twice the fuel capacity the Horizon's range should be superior. 

The 60 Sunreef Power is slightly shorter than the M8 but, staggeringly, it's almost 2m wider and this translates to over 843 square feet of living space on board. The Polish yard has pushed to extremes when it comes to finding space on board this boat, to the extent that you can have it with four, five or six cabins. It's a slick and super modern design that looks bang up to date, though it doesn't have the warmth in its interior of the rivals above. The space is just mighty, though, and there are some big boat additions like the entrance out onto the foredeck from the saloon and the option to have a hot tub on the flybridge. Sunreef is open to customisation, too, and some boats have, for example, replaced a cabin with a fully custom gym. It's not just some floating beach club, though, the standard fuel capacity is 6,000 litres but you can boost that to 10,000 litres for true globetrotting range. 

The Aquila 70 is a classy customer which, if you're changing from a high-end monohull, has the quality look and feel to match. It too has a flexible layout but its saloon layout has a real home-from-home luxury apartment feel to it. The enclosed flybridge with an aft deck doesn't have anywhere near the space of the M8's but having a fully protected, climate-controlled upper deck will suit some markets and cruising styles more than the Prestige's open fly. There isn't a five-cabin option but you can have four if you sacrifice the crew space and whichever arrangement you go for, the owner's suite is full-beam forward and it's a lovely space. Not single-level like the Prestige's but still a mega cabin for this length of boat. Its performance is more flexible than the M8's because with its twin 1,000hp Volvo Penta D13s it will hit 27 knots flat out and cruise 450nm at a 20-knot cruise. It's one of the most cohesive packages in the sector.   

Specifications & Performance

  • Builder Prestige
  • Range M-Line
  • Length Overall 19.82m
  • Draft 1.65m
  • Yacht Type (Primary) Multihull
  • Use Type (Primary) Cruising
  • Cruising Speed Max Speed
  • Fuel Capacity 3,700 Litres
  • Fresh Water Capacity 850 Litres
  • Engine Model 2x Volvo Penta D8-600
  • Engine max range (speed type) 350 nm

Performance Data

Prestige M8 version 2023. *Data collected by Yacht Buyer during testing.

Test Engines Twin Volvo Penta D8-600

  • Liters Per Hour
  • Liters Per Mile
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Prestige M8 Layout


There is luxury in space on the flybridge where the furniture aft is a cost option, as is the sunroof

Standard galley up layout


The galley up layout with the kitchen located forward and to starboard 

Optional galley down layout


With the galley down there is space for yet more seating adjacent to the dining table 

Standard galley up layout with 5 staterooms


The five-cabin arrangement is likely to prove popular on boats destined for charter 

Optional galley up with 4 staterooms


The arrangement of a our test boat, with the extended VIP on the port side 

Optional galley down with 4 staterooms


With the galley down, the aft cabin in the starboard hull is sacrificed 

Jack Haines

Jack Haines

Jack is YachtBuyer's Reviews Director. He is a writer, editor and presenter with 15 years’ experience testing over 350 motorboats of all shapes and sizes, from 20ft RIBs to 120ft yachts (and even the Royal Navy Frigate HMS Sutherland ). 

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  1. Yacht PRESTIGE 520, F-Line luxury yachts Yacht

    The true PRESTIGE spirit can be felt in this ingenious, top-of-the-line model. In a pure, dynamic style, the PRESTIGE 520 offers multiple zones for relaxing in comfort. First, we have the XXL Flybridge, unique on a motor yacht of 52 feet. Life on board is easy, enhanced by numerous clever details. Conducive to relaxation, the L-shaped saloon ...

  2. Prestige 58 yacht charter in Greece

    Motor yacht for charter. Prestige 58: Where Luxury Meets Serenity. Set sail aboard the M/Y Prestige Flybridge 550 (58ft), meticulously crafted by Jeanneau in 2013 and recently refurbished in 2023. Discover the epitome of opulence and comfort on the shimmering waters of Greece. Ideal for up to 10 guests on daily charters or 4 guests on weekly ...

  3. PRESTIGE Yacht : Luxury Yacht and High Quality Boats for Sale

    PRESTIGE HERITAGE. Since 1989, PRESTIGE has perfected and reinvented its savoir-faire in the industrial construction of motor yachts. With multiple decades of experience, PRESTIGE yachts are the jewel of French and Italian design and industrial production, combining multiple talents with a single ambition: to achieve excellence. BRAND HISTORY.

  4. Prestige Yachts for sale

    Prestige boats for sale on YachtWorld are offered at an assortment of prices from $219,846 on the relatively lower-priced models, with costs up to $4,969,277 for the most luxurious yachts. What Prestige model is the best? Some of the most iconic Prestige models now listed include: 520, 420, 460, 500 and 590. Prestige models are available ...

  5. Yacht M8, M-Line luxury yachts Yacht

    M-Line. Discover new horizons and reconnect nature, with yourself, and with others in a spacious, refined, luxurious environment: this is the Art de Vivre offered by the new M8.Smooth, serene cruising is more respectful of the environment, with reduced energy consumption.This flagship promises an unprecedented experience and precious moments on ...

  6. Buy New Prestige M8 Yachts For Sale

    The M8 Prestige Yacht is a high-end, new-generation catamaran, that links comfort and luxury with luminous spaces. Experience the water in a new way with the M8 Prestige Catamaran. With unmatched living accommodations, space, and comfort, the M8 provides a home-like feel perfect for extended adventures or a second home on the water. ...

  7. 2015 Prestige 58 Yacht For Sale

    This boat is no longer on the market. To discuss finding a similar model or to find out what might be available off the market, please call our main office at 1-718-984-7676 or email us at [email protected]. Thank you. 2015 Prestige 58

  8. Luxury Yacht: a yacht revolution, your own private island

    With the M-Line, PRESTIGE presents a new vision in the world of multihull motor yachts: A vision of a multihull yacht that enables you to fully reconnect with nature and with yourself; A vision of cruising that is more fluid, more gentle, more relaxed, creating new emotions; A vision of life on board offering an unparalleled freedom of movement ...

  9. Yacht PRESTIGE 590, F-Line luxury yachts Yacht

    F-Line. PRESTIGE 520. Dynamic DesignFluid 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 ...

  10. Used Prestige 58' 550

    2015 Prestige 58' 550 yacht. United Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel This boat is centrally listed by Reel Deal Yachts It is offered as a convenience by...

  11. Prestige Yachts M8 Review

    Powered by twin 600 hp Volvo Penta D8 diesels, the 65-foot Prestige Yachts M8 has a top speed of 20.5 knots. Jean Francois Romero. How fitting it was that Prestige Yachts introduced its new M-Line flagship, the M8, at Portopiccolo, a picturesque yachting village outside Trieste, Italy. Formerly a quarry, the cliff-side area had been chiseled into a clean site rife with eye-catching vistas ...

  12. PRESTIGE M8: the new flagship of the M-Line fleet

    January 30, 2023. 9 mins read. PRESTIGE, world leader in luxury motor yachts, launches its latest addition, the M8. Flagship of the M-Line multihull yacht range, Prestige M8 is distinguished by a unique configuration that affords the space and comfort equivalent to that of an 85-foot monohull yacht, targeting the needs of the most demanding ...

  13. 2013 Prestige 58 feet for Sale

    This 2013 Prestige is a 58 foot Motor Yachts for sale in Miami, Florida. This 2013 Prestige is currently priced at $888,889, and is one of 130 Prestige boats for sale on Vessel Vendor. How many photos are available for boat?

  14. Prestige M8 Review (2023 Edition)

    It does aboard a power catamaran. The M8 is 5ft shorter than Prestige's own 70ft (21.3m) F690 flybridge but it's almost twice as wide and that makes a difference. Its deck spaces are sprawling, storage is outstanding, the saloon is huge and the owner's cabin is so large Prestige refers to it as the 'owner's apartment'.

  15. Prestige M8 Yacht Review

    The beam on the M8 is 29 feet. That's surely substantial, but it would necessarily be far wider were she based on a sailing cat. The M8's huge, three-position rear platform is brilliant in execution, providing a beach, extending the rear deck for socializing or giving access to the garage.

  16. "Marina's Jule" Motor Yacht PRESTIGE 58' 8" 2015

    "Marina's Jule" 2015 58' 8" PRESTIGE Motor Yacht Norwalk United States $1,025,000 USD . The 2015 58' 8" PRESTIGE 550 Fly Flybridge Motor Yacht "Marina's Jule" is a boat for sale located in Norwalk, Connecticut, United States. Features. Skippers crew cabin, aft ( 3 ) Stateroom, ( 2 ) head layout;

  17. Prestige 590 boats for sale

    28 listings. 12 listings. Find Prestige 590 boats for sale in your area & across the world on YachtWorld. Offering the best selection of Prestige boats to choose from.

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  19. Maxi-Open Mangusta Yachts presented at Boat Shows in Palm Beach and

    Two important events saw the Mangusta Maxi Open by the prominent Italian builder Overmarine again protagonist on the nautical scene: Marine Max exclusive partner for the United States attended the Palm Beach Boat Show, running from March 22 to 25 with the spectacular motor yacht Mangusta 92 and the Mangusta 130 superyacht on display.Burevestnik Group, on the other hand, was the star of the ...

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