One star among the stars
All great historical figures have always looked at the sky to take comfort before their challenges. Appearance of comets and of stars “novæ” have always been welcomed as revolutionary and magnificent events. In a spirit much more practical and related to everyday life, mariners of all ages have looked at the sky with equal interest, to guide their route and navigate the wide ocean.
The magic of the night and the mystery that you can receive have mythologized the nature of the stars: but, after all, seen from here, they’re just points of light. However, you know, for those here on Earth, on the sea shore, the light is life, it’s sight and visual, it’s heat and power. As distant, mysterious and incomprehensible, stars have always been synonymous of splendor, superiority, and enchanting beauty. No coincidence that we call “stars” the leading personalities of the jet-set.
Sailing in the night, we see a glow that is profiled to us from afar. Marked and net lines trace its shape energetic and full of personality. Large mirrored surfaces light up the eyes. A slight trail of sea draws the tail of this comet, like a slight, quiet and respectful ripple in the dark blue velvet of the sea. The new Absolute 56 FLY is sailing in front of us!!
|Total length m / ft||16,65 m / 54,04 ft|
|Beam||4,65 m / 15,01 ft|
|Max. persons capacity||14|
|Fresh water tank capacity||560 l / 147,94 gal|
|Fuel tanks capacity||1700 l / 449,10 gal|
|Engines available||2 x D6-IPS600 435 HP Diesel - cruising speed 23 knots, consumption 129 l/h|
|3 x D6-IPS600 435 HP Diesel - cruising speed 27 knots, consumption 165 l/h|
|2 x D11-IPS800 625 HP Diesel - cruising speed 27 knots, consumption 164 l/h|