The French boatbuilder has added grey oak interiors to the Prestige 620, 620S and 500 models

In preparation for the 2015 boating season, Prestige has revamped the interiors of three of its models.

The Prestige 620 and 620S will now come with the option of grey oak interior cabinetry, the French manufacturer has announced.

The design, which has proved popular on the flagship Prestige 750, will now be brought down to the other two smaller models in the yachts division.

Working with Garroni Design, Prestige also offers Alcantara upholstery, Platinum trim, leather ceilings, linen linings, and a white matt lacquered galley on the 620 and 620S.

Further down the range, the best-selling Prestige 500 has also been given a new interior option, with the additional of light oak cabinetry and wenge floorboards.

Three Prestige models will be on display at the Excel Centre from 9-18 January as part of the 2015 CWM FX London Boat Show. The Ancasta stand will play host to the Prestige 420S, 500 and 550.

Prestige Yachts is owned by Jeanneau, and its collection of motoryachts ranges in length from 42ft to 72ft.