The New Signature 650 is an evolution of the Series 640 and builds on the same proven offshore hull design. The collaboration between Franck Darnet and Marc Lombard combines sailing performance with living comfort.
Note: with the exception of the renders, the photos and videos presentation are of the Series 640
The adjustable interior layouts on the new Privilège Signature 650 reflect the individual nature of the yacht owner. The versatile convertible layouts available with the galley down version adapt to all your living requirements – from casual lounging to formal dining and everything in between. The salon aboard the new Signature 650 is larger than its predecessor and the windows at the front have been set further forward and closer to the vertical.
An additional side window to port and a large forward-facing panoramic window above the king-size bed provide maximum natural light in the master suite. The headroom has been raised to just over 6.5 feet, so that even tall sailors will find a comfortable space. The ensuite bathroom can be set up in the port bow to create additional space for storage and a sofa, or more centrally in the compact version of the master suite.
The foredeck has been redesigned to be completely flush, while the trampoline nets have been optimized for safe working, even in rough seas. The wide side decks are also fitted with flush hatches and, together with the high guard rail, ensure a high level of safety at sea.
Another new feature is the teak sun lounge in front of the forward salon windows, which is slightly raised and protected from the wind on both sides.
The cockpit has been lowered to create a step-free connection to the salon. This allows for a seamless living space between the salon and the cockpit. There are two large, upholstered sunpads to port and starboard, a seating area with dining table, and a rear bench and a completely new sun lounger with a view over the wake. The aft seat also has a large storage garage for water toys underneath it.
The optional hydraulic tender platform can comfortably launch an 600kg tender. And an electric grill, an ice maker and a mini-bar round out the main upgrades. The stairway to the flybridge leads directly from the cockpit features elegant teak steps and a comfortable handrail.
The flybridge offers a large U-lounge with a table as well as a fully equipped helm station to starboard. From here, all lines can be operated via four large winches. There is the option of a second helm station to port. The double helm station can be fitted with a fixed bimini with an awning over the lounge area.
Compared to the Serie 640, the optional carbon rig has an extra 19.7 inches (50cm) in the mast and an 11.8 inches (30cm) longer boom that adds 32 sq. ft. (3m²) to the genoa and 64.5 sq. ft. (6m²) to the mainsail. The mast is now located on the forward edge of the coachroof, which means a tidier forecastle, better visibility from the salon, and more efficient line management as lines are routed directly to the helm station.
The Signature 650 is built to your specific requirements. The new 5 cabin layout configuration provides additional separate crew quarters in the forepeak. One bow always serves as a sail locker.
There are two guest cabins aft with fine views through the hull window from the double berth. Each cabin has its own shower and heads.
Of course, the option for a four cabin configuration is still available and is tailored to your cruising aspirations.