This One-Owner 2015 Prestige 420 Flybridge should be considered boasting two private staterooms with ensuite bathrooms. The master is a full-beam with lots of natural light accompanied by a BBQ on the Flybridge.
Optional Features Included:
Teak in cockpit and on the swim platform
Bose Acoustimass audio system
Electronic package - Raymarine
Stainless steel bow protector
Retractable electric sun awning in the cockpit
Hydraulic swim platform
Air conditioning - 32,000 BTU
IPS joystick in the cockpit
Bose watertight loudspeakers in cockpit
Wood floor in salon and carpet
Welded stainless steel safety rails surround the flybridge, as required by both ABYC and CE standards.
Rails are independent of the forward-raked windscreen, making them easy to grab.
Space for four to five people at the dinette.
Optional outdoor galley with sink, refrigerator, and grill with a backsplash.
Aft Deck and Foredeck
Access to the aft deck is standard, with a locking stainless steel gate to the starboard.
The optional electrically-actuated hydraulic swim platform, with teak decking, stores well above the waterline for ease of boarding and is rigged to carry a dinghy.
Reboarding ladder under a flush-mount hatch to starboard, which has a slot for gripping when climbing.
Access is via molded steps in the forward corners with small handrails mounted to the aft corner of the deckhouse on either side.
The handrail along the cabin side, supplementing the outside rail mounted on the toe rail, runs all the way to the bow.
Unobstructed access to both side decks
Lewmar Electric Windlass
Access to the windlass, anchor, and locker. The area around the windlass is recessed and drains directly overboard through a break in the toe rail.
The sun pad is spacious enough for two, is mounted on a well-drained recess in the cabin top, and has two low handrails, one to either side, for safety.
The foredeck is well-designed for ground tackle handling, with good drainage to keep decks clean.
Sizable sun pad atop the trunk cabin.
Spacious cockpit with built-in transom bench. A low stainless steel grab rail runs across the transom top.
Optional teak planking adds some slip resistance.
Teak treads on the ladder leading to the flying bridge add good footing, and there are handrails to both sides of the ladder.
A pedestal table can be added as an option.
The sliding glass door that stores to port behind a standing locker opens double wide to connect the aft deck with the galley, which is inside the door.
The galley includes microwave and refrigerator/freezer to port, ceramic cooktop, and deep sink to starboard.
By locating the refrigerator/freezer and microwave to port, galley storage is dramatically increased.
Kenyon 2-burner Electric Stove
Solid surface countertop with plenty of storage above.
Console with bottle storage below and a television on top.
Separate stairwells to private cabins are to port of the galley and straight ahead, next to the lower helm.
Single-step up to the bridge deck, with the dinette to port and the lower helm to starboard.
The views for those dining or relaxing to port are equal to the views from the lower helm: nearly 360 degrees.
The dinette has an optional electrically operated center pedestal. It can be lowered at the touch of a button to create a berth for two persons or a nice lounging area while underway.
The lower helm has a shelf to starboard for the dual lever binnacle, trim tabs controls, and the IPS joystick.
Instrumentation and controls at the lower helm are identical to those at the upper helm, except for a larger multifunction display.
There is standing headroom at the helm.
The Master stateroom is amidships and is spacious in size, storage, and utility.
It is accessed from the galley area with its own private companionway access with stainless steel safety rail.
The berth is two singles joined at the head that become a king-size berth with a filler cushion.
Located in the bow and surprisingly spacious due to the forward extension of the beam.
Access to both sides of the berth with storage along both sides.
The private door to the en suite head has a separate water closet that doubles as a shower compartment.
Separate door to the companionway, this head serves double duty as a day head.
AC and DC capabilities.
AC is provided by shore power and a 7.5 kW Onan generator.
DC by 6 12-volt batteries. Batteries are split between the engine room and a compartment in the master stateroom, port side.
AC panel in master stateroom with 11 circuits. Additional breakers and circuitry in the engine room.
DC panel has 33 breakers. There is a touchscreen unit for some functions.
25-amp Cristec battery charger.
Raymarine hybrid touch plotter/radar (3 displays)
Raymarine autopilot (2 displays)
Raymarine VHF Radio (2)
Automatic fire extinguisher in the engine compartment (have certified)
5 hand-held fire extinguishers
1 floating cushion (Type IV PFD)
4 life jackets (Type II PFD)
Flagler Yachts is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Denison Yachting. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel
Boat Name Red Hand
Model Year 2015
Fuel Capacity 291|gallon
Water Capacity 106|gallon
Listings are courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.