Our Boat Test of the Absolute Navetta 52. Boats that bring efficiency over a range of speeds are appealing to today’s coastal cruiser. Those with style and a bit of panache are sure to have their own admirers. The Absolute 52 Navetta will certainly fall into both categories. See what we’re talking about here.
The Absolute 52 Navetta debut at the 2015 Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Our Boat Test of the Absolute 60 Fly.
With sporty top-end speeds and a surprising amount of interior space, the Absolute 60 Fly is a versatile and stylish cruiser. Read more about her here.
Power & Motoryacht's Boat Test of the Absolute 56 STY.
The Absolute 56 shows what this Italian boatbuilder has been up to. And as the company continues to introduce new models, it shows a greater understanding of the U.S. boater. See what we mean here.
Power & Motoryacht's first look at the Absolute Navetta 58. If you’re looking for a medium-sized explorer yacht designed with onboard comfort and exceptional seakeeping ability in mind, you may want to take a peek at the Absolute 58 Navetta.
Power & Motoryacht's Boat Test of the Absolute 64 Fly
Looking for the sum total of a motoryacht? The Absolute 64 Fly may do the math for you, with sturdy construction, maneuverability, a handsome profile, and more.
Power & Motoryacht's First Look at the Absolute 40STL
The Absolute 40STL offers a wide-open platform for enjoying time on the water with family and friends. With fore and aft sunpads, dinettes both on deck and below, and a full galley, she’s ready for daytrips and the occasional overnight. Inspect her more closely here.
The Absolute 55 Fly combines heart-pounding performance with a large dollop of style. Power & Motoryacht's boat test of the Absolute 55 Fly.
Power & Motoryacht's Boat Test of the Absolute 72The new Absolute 72 may look like a typical Italian motoryacht, but looks can be deceiving—this thoroughbred was born to run.
Aboard Absolute’s newest sport yacht, the compromises are few and well-considered.
The first time I heard there was a new boat company called Absolute, I got it. Or I thought I did. Unfortunately I’d conflated the name with that of the vodka, failing to notice the elided “e”. (I don’t drink vodka.) Still, the mental images of slim, sleek, jet-setters
Absolute is turning heads in Europe. Can it do the same in America?
If you’re a boatbuilder who’s bent on competing in the United States, you better have two things: a lot of boatbuilding experience and a good idea of what Americans like and what they don’t. America’s financial landscape is littered with the bones of companies who entered what is
A stylish pod-driven Italian import designed for the cruising family.
Absolute’s first ever flying bridge features a large sunlounge and a settee with a table.
Hull-side ports will bring light into the lower cabins, including the master, two guest staterooms and the galley below