Nick Burnham’s Aquaholic yacht tours have been a staple of MBY.com for a few years now. This video takes us back to the Prestige 630S, where it all began...
Cast your mind back to March 2018. A simpler time in many ways, when a young(er) Nick Burnham decided to take his GoPro to a Beneteau press event in Cannes and film what would become known as the first ever Aquaholic yacht tour.
He set his sights high with the first yacht tour featuring a Prestige 630S, one of the largest yachts in the French yard’s Prestige stable.
As this video shows, the layout is ideal for a boating family, with a galley-aft configuration allowing you to easily serve drinks or a light meal directly into the cockpit.
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Moving further forward, the helm benefits from a sliding sunroof, since this is the sportsbridge version of the original Prestige 630 Fly.
The Prestige 630S’s accommodation is split into two distinct zones: the private-access master suite amidships and the guest accommodation in the bow, which features a twin cabin and a double, both with their own en-suite.
Enjoy the tour…
Prestige 630S specification
LOA: 62’5″ (19.03m)
Beam: 16’11” (5.15 m)
Draft: 4’7″ (1.39 m)
Displacement (full load): 32,769 kg (72,243lbs)
Top speed: 29 knots
Cruising speed: 24 knots
Fuel capacity: 2,700l (713 US gal)
Water capacity: 710l (188 US gal)
Architect: Garroni Design / JP Concepts / Prestige Engineering / J&J Design