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Princess Motorboat History
Princess Yachts International has a heritage dating back to 1965 with the Project 3 motor yacht built by the then, Marine Projects (Plymouth). The Pilgrim motor yacht was the forerunner to the first Princess being built in 1969. The Princess range of luxury... Read more
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Princess Motorboat History
Princess Yachts International has a heritage dating back to 1965 with the Project 3 motor yacht built by the then, Marine Projects (Plymouth). The Pilgrim motor yacht was the forerunner to the first Princess being built in 1969. The Princess range of luxury motor yachts comprises flybridge motor yachts and V Class sports yachts, from 42 feet to the most recent flagship, the heralded Princess 95, built in 2007.
A brief timeline
1965 – Princess Yachts International is founded as marine Projects (Plymouth) Ltd. To fit out and charter the ‘Project 31’. This was the first boat to be built at the company’s original factory facilities in Newport Street, Plymouth.
1971 – The Princess 25, a compact beuty, is launched. Well kept examples can still be seen in many marinas around the world.
1973 – John Bennett designs the highly successful Princess 37 Flybridge Motoryacht.
1974 – The Princess 37V is launched. It is the first Princess flybridge motoryacht to be built with high performance inboard diesel engines.
1975 - Another John Bennett designed motoryacht is launched, the Princess 33, to complement the Princess 37.
1977 - The first aft-cabin flybridge Princess is launched – the Princess 41.
1979 – The first Princess to be built solely with Volvo inboard diesel engines (TAMD60 – 255Hp) is launched. It is the Princess 412.
1980 – Bernard Olesinski designs his first Princess, the Princess 30DS. The design collaboration between Olesinski and Princess continues to this day.
1981 – The Princess 30S and Princess 414 are brought into production.
1982 – The Princess 45, a landmark design by Olesinski becomes the largest production motoryacht in the UK at the time. 36 boats were produced a year within 4 months of the launch. This is up from a predicted 12 boats a year.
1983 – The first Princess sports boat, the Princess 286 Riviera, is built with huge success. The French market alone required 3 boats a month.
1984 – Two new models are launched, the Princess 38 and the Princess 35. The Princess 35 becomes a class leader with very high exports to Scandinavia over an 8-year production run.
1985 – The Princess 38, Princess 415 and Princess 55 are launched.
1986 The Princess 36 Riviera comes into production.
1987 – The Princess 266 Riviera, Princess 330 and Princess 435 are launched.
1988 – Marin Projects (Plymouth) Ltd. are awarded the Queens Export Award and two more boats are launched – the Princess 46 Riviera and the Princess 388.
1990 – The Princess 65 and Princess 48 are brought into production.
1991 – Four boats are launched – the Princess 398, the Princess 455, Princess 346 Riviera and the Princess 406 Riviera.
1992 – The princess 58, Princess 32 Riviera and Princess 410 are launched.
1993 – Five more boats are brought into production – the Princess 470, Princess 366 Riviera, Princess 440, Princess 360 and the Princess 66.
1994 – The first V class sports yachts are developed, the Princess V39 and Princess V52. The new class of sports boat have outstanding performance and seakeeping as well as being widely accepted in world markets to lay a strong foundation for the V class range of high performance sports yachts. In addition, the Princess 380, Princess 53, Princess 420 and Princess 480 are also launched.
1995 – The princess 60, Princess 56 and Princess 34 are all launched this year.
1996 - The first of a new range of Metre Yachts, the Princess 20 Metres, is launched. The Princess V40 and Princess 22 Metres are also launched this year.
1997 – A new purpose built headquarters are opened in Newport street whilst Marine Projects (Plymouth) Ltd. also purchase a new site, Coypool, as well as extensions on their existing site, Langage. The Princess 52 is launched and becomes the first electronic diesel engine in Europe. The Princess 430, Princess 460, Princess V55 and Princess V40 are also developed in 1997.
1998 – Two boats are launched in 1998 – the Princess 65 and the Princess V50.
1999 – The Princess 40 appears in the James Bond film ‘The World is Not Enough’ and the Princess 38, Princess 45 and princess V45 are launched.
2000 – Princess launch the flagship of the V Class range, the Princess V65 whilst the Princess 50 is launched as an addition to the fly-bridge range.
2002 – There are further factory developments as the headquarters at Newport street expands as well as Coypool, whilst more premises are acquired to manufacture the expanding V-class range. The Princess 23 Metres is launched in Cannes and Southampton.
2003 – The Princess 38 and Princess 40 production lines finish and are replaced by the Princess 42. The Princess 57 is also launched in Southampton at the same boat show as the Princess 42.
2004 – The Princess 67 and Princess 21 Metre are launched whilst Princess exhibit for the first time at the new venue for the London Boat Show in London’s Docklands. The new flagship for the V Class range, the Princess V70, is launched at the Genoa Boat Show.
2005 – Princess celebrated 40 years! The company now employs 1,450 people and has global sales in excess of 140 million. This year it launched the Princess V65, Princess V53 and the 2006 Princess 50 are launched at the Autumn boat-shows.
2006 – The princess 54 is launched at the London Boat Show to critical and commercial success. Princess also launch the Princess 58 at the Southampton Boat Show. Meanwhile they also announce their biggest ever project – the Princess 95 Metre Yacht which was to be launched in 2007.
2007 – The Princess 95 Metre Yacht was launched in Spring whilst the all new Princess V45 sports yacht and the Princess 62 were launched in January at the London Boat Show.
2008 – new products launched are the 3rd generation Princess 50, the new V56, V78 and the flagship Princess V85. Also a new Princess 85' motor yacht (see picture).
2009 - Princess V42 Mk3 and Princess V56 and V78 new to market, also Princess 78 flybridge.
2010 - Princess V62 wins UK boat of the year award. New boats in V range are the V52 MK 2 and V85-S, new motor yachts are the Princess 42 MK2, 64 flybridge and 72 MY.
2011 - The new Princess 32M was awarded the title of Best Production Motor Yacht (81 to 120 feet) at the 7th annual Asia Boating Awards which took place on 6th May at 2011 Hong Kong Gold Coast Boat Show. New Princess models include a new 60' MK2 flybridge, 98' motor yacht and the new Princess V72 sports cruiser. In addition to the award in Asia, Princess Yachts became the first significant British boat builder to achieve the Rina Green Plus (Y) notation for their entire range of V Class and Flybridge yachts up to 24m (85 feet).
2011 - The Princess V52 is awarded best Sports cruiser over 45ft and Chairman and founder of Princess Yachts, David King, receives the Judges' Special Award at the Motor Boat of the Year Awards 2012.
2012 Princess Yachts International enjoyed yet another successful evening at the annual UK Motor Boat of the Year Awards where the Princess V39 picked up the title of ‘Motor Boat of the Year’ for Sports cruisers up to 45'.
As well as the UK award, Princess Yachts International celebrated another win at the 2012 Boat of the Year awards in Japan. In addition to the Princess 40M winning the title of ‘Best Production Motor Yacht (24m to 40m)’ the Princess V52 was crowned overall ‘Boat of the Year’ at the Japan International Boat Show. To complete a great year the Princess 40M was also recognised at the World Super Yacht awards in Turkey.
New lines include the V39, V57 and V62S sports cruisers, with the spectacular Princess 40M and a new 56' flybridge.
2013 - Princess wins more awards including a nomination for the Princess V48' in the European Powerboat of the Year 2014 in the over 45' category. The V48 Open made her international debut in September at the Festival de la Plaisance de Cannes.
Other new lines were the Princess 82' and 88' Motor Yachts and 43' and 52' flybridge.
2014 - The new Princess 43' flybridge wins the award for best Flybridge up to 55ft at the 2014 UK Motor Boat Awards.
New Princess V72S launched at European boat shows.
Princess has become one of the most respected names in the marine industry through dedication to the highest standards of design and craftsmanship. Careful consideration is given to every aspect of performance and safety and undiluted focuses on excellence in engineering has set the foundations for class leading design and build solutions that are at the heart of every princess.
Design and Craftmanship
Clean uncluttered lines and a masculine deep V hull give the Princess Marque an undeniable presence. To maximize the potential of the helm position the figure-hugging seats are positioned to ensure clear sight-lines and maximum visibility while accurate and responsive helm and throttle controls are placed within comfortable reach. The interiors are meticulously crafted to create a harmonious look, whether clean, cool and contemporary or classically opulent and relaxing. Bespoke timber furniture is produced in-house by a team of highly skilled craftsmen who bring the stunning designs to life with passion and dedicated attention to detail. In order to maximize space CAD software is used to identify non-structural areas of furniture where weight savings can be achieved. The superbly equipped galleys and luxurious cabins offer generous storage space in a fine balance of comfort, practicality and high quality finish. Wrap-around screens and intelligent window design are thoughtfully applied to both maximize visibility when underway and to optimize the flow of natural light within the accommodation space. Where they can be accommodated vertical midships portlights have become a signature feature on Princess craft, complementing perfectly the luxurious lower accommodations.
Performance and Safety
Underlying the elegant looks of a princess are pioneering advances in Hull design and construction to achieve higher speeds in safety and comfort, even in the most challenging seas. Propeller tunnels and hydrodynamic stern-gear provide improved propulsive efficiency and forward thrust, while also reducing draft. The effect of these tunnels keeps the boat more horizontal under acceleration, for an almost imperceptible transition from displacement to planning speeds, offering better visibility and control. Moulded spay rails roll water away to keep the boat dryer at higher speeds and reduce frictional resistance, while a revolutionary curved chine and optimal deadrise at the transom ensure a softer ride and assured, stable tracking in all sea conditions. Many larger Princess craft incorporate raised bulwarks to maximize the feeling of safety and security on deck. All the craft are designed to ensure ease of movement on board, with practical hand rails and wide side decks, a key element of Princess design philosophy. Extended stainless steel safety rails, moulded non-slip surfaces and teak decking ensure secure navigation around the boat, whilst toughened safety glass and clear forward screens optimize night vision. Every Princes is designed to be responsive and easy to handle, whether running at speed or within the confines of a busy marina. Electronic engine controls and, where necessary, power-assisted steering and powerful bow thrusters enable manoeuvring to be undertaken with absolute precision.
Excellence in Engineering
Each hull is hand laid using glass reinforced plastic and enhanced performance gel coat, with an initial lay-up of powder bound matt and isopthalic resin for important protection against osmosis. Areas of fiberglass accommodating through-hull fittings are given particular attention and increased torsional strength and insulation are achieved with balsa or PVC-foam coring. Every engine room includes the latest sound-deadening materials, while each model features a bespoke exhaust system, silenced and water-cooled, and configured both to minimize emissions and to conform to EU noise level requirements. Stainless steel propeller shafts rotate through dripless shaft logs to keep the engine room bilge dry and are electrically bonded to large anodes for full cathodic protection. Both composite and N4 marine grade alloy fuel tanks and polypropylene water and holding tanks are custom made to maximize the use of complex spaces available in the engine room and bilges, without compromising access to systems or impacting on living space.
Princess Motor Yacht range
Princess has a motor yacht range spanning Flybridge motoryachts and the V class sports boats.
Looking to buy a Princess Flybridge Motor Yacht?
The Princess Flybridge Motor Yacht is characterised by a modified deep V hull for outstanding performance, a soft ride and long-range fast cruising capability. A generous beam means all Princess Flybridge Motor Yachts offer space and well thought out entertainment areas, regardless of length.
Looking to buy a Princess V Class Sports Yacht?
Clean uncluttered lines and a muscular deep-V hull give Princess yachts powerful performance and an undeniable presence.
Popular Princess Models
The flagship Princess 95 Motor Yacht has an expansive flybridge deck and generous staterooms to accommodate up to 10 people in style. The combination of beam, height and the light fresh Mediterranean-inspired design provides a striking sense of volume and spaciousness.
Whether judged on her interior volume, elegant lines, luxurious fittings or long-range cruising capability, the 95 Motor Yacht is the most advanced Princess to be built since the Company’s inception. For a yacht of her size, the 95 Motor Yacht is astonishingly graceful. Her sleek profile wears a contemporary edge, underlining that this beautiful flagship is at the forefront of modern motor yacht design. The bespoke deep V hull ensures impeccable seakeeping and smooth, agile handling, while on-board fuel filtration systems complement the generous fuel capacity for an extended cruising range. The vast flybridge provides a perfect location to unwind on board. As well as hosting an excellent helm position, this is an elegant arena for entertaining, equipped as standard with a large U-shaped seating area, broad sunpad and a fully equipped bar. Owners can also choose to accommodate an optional spa bath and a rigid hardtop, which incorporates an opening section for the ultimate in flexibility.
Panoramic windows bathe the main saloon in natural light, giving a feeling of open space on the main deck which is accentuated by the crisp, contemporary interior design. Forward of the comfortable saloon, the athwartships dining area can accommodate up to 10 guests, with a wine cooler and a fully fitted cocktail bar close at hand.
Below decks, the staterooms and twin cabin are uncluttered, fresh and calm, and make judicious use of natural light. From the opulent pocket-sprung beds to the state-of-the-art entertainment systems to the refrigerator and private breakfast area in the master stateroom, every need is considered and every feature exquisite.
With meticulous attention to the finest of details, the fluid blend of contemporary refinement and effortless cruising capability place the 95 Motor Yacht in a class of her own.
The Princess 85 Motor Yacht delivers a standard of comfort and luxury that is rarely experienced. Her sleek shape and crisp lines share a resemblance with her sister ship, providing a modern take on classic Princess design. The 85 Motor Yacht is ideally suited to long-range cruising. Her deep V hull and the use of draft-reducing propeller tunnels ensure superior seakeeping and handling, enabling guests to relax in comfort and style. The elegant layout provides the ultimate flexibility for enjoying life on deck, with a spacious teak-laid flybridge incorporating a fully equipped bar and generous seating and sunbed options. These are complemented perfectly by a separate entertaining and sunbathing area on the foredeck coach roof.
The cockpit provides another area for al fresco entertaining and opens up through triple sliding doors to the opulent saloon. A separate dining table seats eight within a dedicated dining area amidships, while the saloon is fitted with a contemporary U-shaped seating area and an entertainment centre, incorporating a 40” LCD TV, which stows discreetly in the starboard sideboard. Adjoining the wheelhouse, the galley is equipped to the highest standards with granite surfaces and generous refrigeration, as well as ample storage space and access to the port side deck, while the crew have starboard deck access from the lower helm.
The Princess Flybridge 85 motor yacht has a full beam owner's stateroom, a luxurious VIP stateroom and either two twin en-suite guest cabins or a third stateroom with a further twin berth cabin. Below decks, the accent remains on light and space. The master stateroom features vast ‘signature’ vertical portlights, as well as a sumptuous pocket sprung bed. Owners can choose between a two or three stateroom layout and all cabins have en-suite facilities, with additional crew quarters located aft of the machinery space allowing separation from the main accommodation.
Elegantly designed, impeccably finished, the 85 Motor Yacht is set to become a Princess classic.
The ultimate combination of space, flexibility and potent performance, the Princess 23 Metre is a yacht for those who accept no compromise. Capable of speeds up to 38† knots, the 23 Metre combines sports yacht performance with faultless seakeeping and an impressive cruising range, making her an ideal partner for longer voyages and the exploration of new destinations. With power assisted hydraulic steering, bow thruster and electronic engine controls, as well as excellent visibility from both lower helm and flybridge, she can be handled comfortably and confidently by either owner or crew. The expansive flybridge incorporates a high capacity crane for dinghy stowage and a hydraulic bathing platform can be added for additional flexibility.
Inside, the 23 Metre is bright and spacious. Large panoramic windows lend warmth and light to the sociable saloon, which opens forward through to the dining area with free-standing table and chairs to seat eight. The curves of the U-shaped sofa are matched by the surfaces of the superbly fitted galley, giving the whole upper deck a welcoming club-like feel. Below deck, the accommodation is quite exceptional. The full-beam master stateroom features a large double bed and separate sofa, as well as an en-suite with full size bath and body jet shower. The VIP cabin benefits from the same rich styling and luxurious en-suite, while the twin cabins are surprisingly spacious, with their own separate bathrooms.
Crew quarters are situated aft of the engine room and benefit from a generous head and full height shower compartment. For additional flexibility there is also a utility space in the aft lazarette, which can be accessed from the starboard side deck or through the transom.
With classic looks and the feel of a thoroughbred Princess, the 23 Metre effortlessly combines form and function for long range cruising and extended time aboard.
The Princess 21 Motor Yacht offers long-range, high-speed cruising with three staterooms and a further guest cabin, with another guest or crew cabin aft.
From her graceful lines, deep V hull and raised bulwarks to her immaculate seakeeping and impressive long-range capability, the 21 Metre is unmistakably Princess. Her wide side decks provide the safe and secure feeling of a large motor yacht and aid effortless movement about the craft when at sea. The spacious flybridge provides secure stowage for a tender or wetbike as well as a wetbar, barbecue and generous entertaining space. For those who prefer to helm from the upper station, she offers exceptional visibility and an ergonomic instrument layout. The clean, dynamic lines of the 21 Metre complement an innovative interior design. At first glance, the deck saloon, with large dinette and well-equipped cocktail bar, is a supremely inviting space, with sumptuous upholstery and exquisite joinery. The entire main deck is incredibly versatile: touch a button and the glass partitions to the generous galley switch from clear to opaque, offering separation when required, without obstructing the view from the lower helm.
The triple glass sliding doors to the cockpit create a vast entertaining area, with subtle lighting and a surround sound entertainment system. A separate side door from the helm to the starboard side deck allows for easy communication and movement around the boat. The cabins are equally impressive. Three spacious double staterooms all have en-suite bathrooms with roomy stall showers and there is exceptional capacity for storage. There’s an additional twin guest cabin to port and a twin berth crew cabin aft which is fitted out in style for use as additional guest quarters if required.
Impeccable in every aspect, the Princess 21 Metre embodies Princesses commitment to total relaxation: a light, airy feel, exquisite detailing and the ultimate layout for family cruising.
The Princess 67 is the ultimate craft for entertaining or for long range cruising. With a three-cabin layout, the guests benefit from spacious accommodation and generous bathrooms that maximise the use of the interior volume. A large flybridge provides the perfect location for alfresco entertaining, and benefits from a staircase to the saloon and tender stowage to leave the transom deck clear for a wetbike or for use as a dedicated swim platform. Raised bulwarks provide safe navigation on deck and give the 67 a ‘big ship’ feel and a stunning profile which lends her a real presence. Her deep V hull design ensures a soft ride and exceptional seakeeping, along with characteristic Princess performance, making long-range cruising a pure pleasure. The lower helm offers excellent visibility and space, with side deck access and – like the flybridge – the latest navigation equipment and engine controls in an intuitive and ergonomic layout.
Inside, the main deck exudes hospitality. The raised galley is the hub of the open plan dining area and main saloon: fully equipped and exceptionally airy, its location enables food and drink preparation to be a social affair. The saloon itself contains an opulent U-shaped sofa and fully equipped entertainment centre, including an LCD TV which can be discreetly stowed away when not in use, and triple glass curved sliding doors can open up the entertaining area to include the large cockpit. The three large cabins, all en-suite, have the air of a contemporary apartment: chic understatement and sophisticated furniture styling. The owner’s stateroom benefits from a flood of natural light from the large vertical portlights, and fills the 67’s generous beam, while the forward stateroom and port cabin provide unmatched levels of accommodation to ensure guests are relaxed and comfortable whether on a short break or an extended stay aboard.
Spacious and welcoming, the Princess 67 provides the ultimate luxurious retreat for any cruising destination.
The broad beam of the Princess 62 creates a vast interior volume, allowing a class leading four-cabin layout with outstanding headroom throughout. The galley is situated on the main deck, ensuring the 62 is both a sociable and an extremely comfortable craft, a feeling enhanced by her exceptional seakeeping. With fluid acceleration, high cruising speed and straightforward, intuitive controls, the 62 is a rewarding boat to handle – whether from the flybridge or the lower helm. But she comes into her own as a social setting, particularly on the flybridge deck, which features three separate seating areas as well as a sunbed and fully equipped wetbar.
The interior is just as relaxed, with a two-seater settee facing the genial U-shaped sofa in the saloon, and a separate dining area for eight. The galley and dinette are arranged in an open plan layout, making food and drink preparation and serving highly hospitable, and the galley itself is fitted with an exceptional specification of standard equipment including a full height refrigerator and dishwasher. The exquisite cabins sleep eight, with an additional crew cabin aft if required. The en-suite owner’s stateroom enjoys the full beam of the 62, while the VIP suite forward also has its own bathroom with large stall shower. There is also excellent stowage capacity, enhancing the potential for long distance cruising.
Combining contemporary design and exceptional use of space with contemporary Princess lines, the 62 is the standard-bearer in her class.
With characteristically effortless handling, strong acceleration and high cruising speed the Princess 58 is an exhilarating and extremely capable craft. Her refined deep V hull ensures confident and assured seakeeping for a smooth journey and genuine long-range cruising ability, bringing new destinations within easy reach. The sociable flybridge provides the ideal location for basking in great weather and enjoying good company, while for the adrenaline-seekers, the large bathing platform with telescopic passarelle and stowage for a tender or wetbike offers plentiful scope for enjoying the water.
Life on board the Princess 58 centres on the classleading main deck, with a huge saloon and airy open plan layout. A separate, raised dinette links the main deck to the galley below, situated beneath the forward screens to benefit from a flood of natural light.
There is also the luxury of a separate cocktail bar, including glass and bottle storage, refrigeration and an icemaker, all in close proximity to saloon, dinette and cockpit.
With the galley down, the equipment levels and storage space are extremely generous, offering a full-height refrigerator and a washing machine/dryer fitted as standard. Below deck, the rich materials evoke a feel of timeless elegance. The full beam owner’s stateroom and VIP cabin are both en-suite, while the starboard twin cabin benefits from full headroom throughout. The optional aft cabin with its own WC makes optimum use of the space available to incorporate two bunks for crew or occasional guests.
Combined with her considerable abilities at sea, the luxurious living space ensures the Princess 58 is the perfect place to unwind.
Seated on the flybridge of the Princess 54, cruising through open water in supreme comfort, it is hard to imagine a more perfectly proportioned motor yacht. Her form is definitively Princess with deep V hull, dynamic deck lines and expansive windows that combine in a stunning profile and afford panoramic views from within the light airy main deck. The imaginative layout provides a variety of locations in which to relax; the expansive flybridge with double sunbed, convivial U-shaped seating and wet bar, plus the large cockpit and welcoming open plan saloon. Here, there is ample room to relax in the comfort of the U-shaped settee, or to take in the views from the raised dinette. A cocktail bar and the beautifully finished and fully-equipped galley below provide the essentials for relaxed entertaining on board.
Below decks, the accommodation includes three large cabins plus an optional crew cabin aft. The master stateroom, extending across the full beam, features vertical portholes on both sides as well as en-suite bathroom with separate shower. The forward VIP cabin, sumptuously upholstered, also has an en-suite, while the generous twin berth cabin features side-by-side bunks and provides full standing headroom. Elegant and exquisitely finished, the 54 is widely recognised as the benchmark for her size range.
The V85 is one of the most exciting and innovative new models in the history of Princess Yachts. With breathtaking good looks, dynamic handling and thoroughbred performance she leaves no doubt that she represents the ultimate in V-class technology. Yet the broad beam, huge volume and ground-breaking design provide a level of luxury and flexibility previously unknown in this market. The efficient, modified deep V-hull allows searing performance but incorporates the handling advantages of conventional drive with a consistent, stable ride throughout the speed range and precise manoeuvrability at close quarters.
For the first time a flying bridge has been discretely incorporated into the hard top, creating a unique upper deck with a second helm station and additional entertaining space which is cleverly hidden within the sleek, raked profile. Despite this innovative addition, the main deck enjoys the full flexibility of an open sports boat with a huge opening roof section above the helm and dining area, and uninterrupted views from the panoramic saloon windows.
The V85’s exceptional interior sets new standards in comfort for a sports yacht, with the large main deck, designed with an open plan layout to create a vast entertaining space, a mezzanine galley and exceptional accommodation below decks. Two large staterooms and two twin cabins, each with en-suite facilities, share a contemporary feel and are beautifully appointed with the very best natural materials and fabrics. The owner’s suite enjoys exceptional views from a private breakfast area through large vertical portlights which are now a signature Princess feature, adding light to the interior and a slightly aggressive edge to the beautiful exterior lines. Incorporating a double garage for a 4m RIB and wetbike, a hydraulic up/down bathing platform and a foredeck seating area, the Princess V85 is the ultimate base for enjoying the excitement of the ocean.
At 70 feet length overall and with the capacity for speeds of over 40 knots, the Princess V70 is every bit as dynamic as she sounds. Her unrivalled performance and class-leading handling have been widely recognised, giving the V70 an iconic status within the V Class range. Sleek deck lines and a powerful deep V hull with raised bulwarks lend a keen, dynamic edge to the elegant profile, and confirm that this is a sports yacht with serious ability. For those that want to keep the adrenaline levels high, there are twin garages to store a tender, jetski or wetbike, easily recovered from the water using an electric launch and retrieve system. Then relax in style on one of the aft deck sunbeds, enjoying a cocktail from the wet bar or an alfresco meal from the electric barbecue.
But this is not just a performance craft: the V70 makes perfect use of her size to provide a luxurious space for enjoying company or simply unwinding in total comfort. The Princess V70 has twin sunbeds on the large aft deck leading to an open air cockpit and dining area. The cockpit opens through triple sliding doors to an exceptionally spacious deck saloon bathed in natural light, accentuating the fresh, refined styling, contemporary furniture and sumptuous fabrics.
Below deck, the generous accommodation is fitted to the highest standards. The full-beam owner’s stateroom, a further guest stateroom and a twin berth cabin all have en-suite shower rooms, while a separate en-suite cabin beneath the cockpit is ideal for two crew or occasional guests. The large galley is equipped to the highest standards and enjoys natural light from the coachroof windows above the companionway, with plentiful storage for an extended cruise. Air conditioned throughout, and designed for long range fast cruising, the V70 performs impeccably and is the perfect space for relaxed entertaining.
The Princess V60 has an enormous full-beam owner's stateroom with portlights, a further VIP stateroom forward, a twin berth cabin to port offer and the option to have a further occasional guest or crew cabin aft as required.
The Princess V58 combines the comfort of a large sports yacht with the joys of open air cruising and thrilling speeds. Her abilities at sea are unmatched, combining characteristic V-class handling with safe and effortless control. At speeds close to 40 knots, the handling of the V58 remains accurate and responsive while superb hydrodynamics ensure a soft ride, class leading directional stability and exceptional seakeeping. Electronic engine controls and power assisted hydraulic steering ensure the cruising experience is relaxed and entertaining, while an open main deck layout and superb helm position ensure clear sight lines and optimum visibility. A large garage sits comfortably under the broad sunbed and can accommodate a wetbike or jet RIB, whilst the cockpit provides a spacious entertaining area and is fitted with a cool box, wetbar and barbecue.
The Princess V58 has spacious accommodation comprising two double staterooms and one twin-berth guest cabin, as well as a sensational saloon. The main living area is exceptionally sociable but enjoys the privacy of being located below decks, incorporating a well-equipped galley and luxurious saloon. Two spacious double staterooms have en-suite facilities with large stall showers and a third twin berth cabin provides space for additional guests or family members.
With a sleek profile and a style that exudes confidence, the Princess V58 delivers the ultimate package for cruising and relaxing in the open air.
The Princess V53 is a yacht that exceeds expectations. Her outstanding performance, seakeeping and handling benefits from the latest in deep V hull technology putting her at the top rank of sports yachts within her class, while her use of space and ingenious design give her the feel of a much larger craft. With a generous fuel capacity, efficient operation and cruising speeds in excess of 30 knots, she is an ideal companion for longer voyages and an exhilarating craft for fun days at sea. Twin sports seats at the helm provide a perfect position to put the V53 through her paces, with excellent visibility, intuitive instrumentation and an integrated navigation system with autopilot and GPS fitted as standard. The optional hard-top with an electric opening section provides the ultimate in flexibility to enjoy the sunshine or shelter in shade. With a garage to accommodate a 3m 20 Jet RIB, as well as a transom bathing platform and triple sunbed on the aft deck, the V53 is designed for ease of use so you can enjoy your free time aboard for maximum relaxation. The Princess V53 offers the recent advances of propeller tunnel, chine and spray rail design to give comfort and efficient operation at high speeds.
The Princess V53 has a spacious three-cabin layout, a fully equipped galley and a stylish saloon with a large L-shaped sofa. The V53 accommodates six comfortably, with an en-suite master cabin forward and two generous twin cabins, while her sociable saloon, featuring a large L-shaped sofa and dining area, opens across to a fully equipped galley with inset LCD TV. The accent throughout is contemporary, with modern styling, cool upholstery and subtle down-lighting, to complement the natural illumination from the hull-side portlights.
As elegant as she is exhilarating, the PrincessV53 offers outstanding volume and has raised the standard for sports yachts in her class.
The Princess V48 is an irrepressible performer, with conventional shaft drives providing impressive, high cruising speeds and precise manoeuvrability at close quarters. The deep V-hull provides an assured, stable ride, an extended cruising range and outstanding seakeeping and control, making her ideally suited to longer voyages. With an optional hard top which incorporates a large opening sunroof and a garage that can accommodate a jet RIB, she makes life on board effortless providing the perfect environment in which to relax and enjoy time abroad.
Below deck, the saloon features a cocktail bar, entertainment centre and a cordial u-shaped sofa which can be converted into an additional double berth when required. The galley is well lit and open and features a generous level of equipment for elegant entertaining. The accommodation is equally impressive, with the rich, luxuriant warmth of the master stateroom and a spacious full beam twin-berth guest cabin. Both have en-suite bathrooms with stall showers and abundant storage.
Whether roaming the coastline, crossing open waters or hopping from harbour to harbour, the Princess V48 performs impeccably and provides the poise and comfort to truly appreciate the fun of open air cruising.
The Princess V45 has all the advantages of a larger sports yacht in a compact size, to include an electric hardtop option within its sleek flowing lines. Below there are two en-suite staterooms, a good sized galley and a spacious saloon with a convertible sofa.
The smooth curves and sleek lines of the Princess V45 conceal the power and punch of a serious sports yacht. Drawing on their extensive experience in marine engineering, the Princess V45 offers outstanding living space and accommodation with the performance and efficiency advantages of twin stern drives, while the muscular deep V-hull and generous fuel capacity ensure she delivers an extended cruising range with absolute confidence.
With a large cockpit incorporating separate helm and navigator’s seats, two seating areas and a large sunbed, as well as a garage for a jet RIB and the option of a hardtop with opening sunroof, the V45 offers a flexible layout that is comparable with much larger craft. At the helm she features an electric window for ease of communication about the boat, while the standards of accommodation and equipment below decks are comparably generous. Both the master and guest cabins have en-suite facilities and share a contemporary, relaxed style. The aft cabin can be specified with sliding bunks for the flexibility of a double or twin cabin and the large and versatile u-shaped saloon, outstanding on a craft of this size, can be converted to provide additional sleeping space for occasional guests.
With exceptional standards of finish and class leading accommodation, the Princess V45 combines an uncompromised and spacious layout with elegant looks and a spirit which is truly V Class.
The Princess V42 has become one of the best known sports yachts in production today, with an almost legendary combination of style, pace and agility at sea. With the option of a rigid hardtop which incorporates a large opening sunroof, the flexibility afforded by the latest in V Class technology and design can be enjoyed on a craft of 42 feet. Yet the new V42 possesses one of the most dynamic and sleek profiles in her class. That a hardtop can be incorporated into the superstructure without interrupting her beautiful lines is a testament to the years of experience within the Princess development team, and both the logical layout and standard of accommodation are equally impressive. The cockpit benefits from two separate seating areas and enjoys the convenience of a wetbar and top-loading coolbox, plus the option of a barbecue for al fresco entertaining. The aft deck incorporates a sunbed and dinghy garage as standard, for a level of comfort and convenience that makes life aboard effortless and relaxing. For an extended stay there are two cabins, with the owner’s accommodation forward and a guest cabin amidships. Both benefit from the luxury of en-suite facilities and have a cool, contemporary finish with gloss or satin finish timber furniture and the finest fabrics and upholstery. The saloon and galley provide a haven for relaxation below decks, with the latest in modern appliances and a high specification of standard equipment, plus the flexibility of a convertible saloon table for additional overnight guests.
The Princess V42 is powered by twin diesel duoprop sterndrives.
This latest evolution of Princess design incorporates the essential ingredients of the latest V Class sports yacht. With dynamic style and thrilling performance to match, the new Princess V42 is set to redefine the benchmark.
With sleek, fluid lines and a muscular, deep V-hull and raised bulwarks, the Princess V65 exudes a calm but powerful presence. Her performance and handling are captivating and deliver everything her dynamic looks suggest. Smooth handling and powerful acceleration complement the sure-footed seakeeping of a thoroughly resolved hull design in a craft that has enjoyed universal acclaim.
The teak-laid cockpit provides spacious seating around a large U-shaped dinette and folding teak table, and accommodates a stylish wet bar with electric barbecue, clever storage space and a refrigerated bottle-drawer. Triple glass sliding doors open the cockpit to a contemporary, fully enclosed deck saloon, fitted with two separate seating areas, a cocktail unit and entertainment centre. An electrically operated sliding sunroof opens the main deck to the sky above and there is also a side deck door from the well-positioned helm.
Below deck, the V65 is even more alluring. The spacious galley benefits from teak-laid flooring and is fitted with practical storage solutions and a generous level of standard equipment for easy and convenient food preparation. The en-suite owner’s stateroom stretches across the full beam of the boat, benefiting from the steep sides of the V65’s deep V hull, and her sumptuous upholstery and elegant fittings are beautifully illuminated by the large vertical portlights, adding to the airy sensation of space. There is a further VIP stateroom forward, also en-suite, and a twin berth cabin to port as well as optional crew quarters situated aft of the engine room with a separate access.
Whether for intimate family cruising or indulgent entertaining, the Princess V65 is a joy to behold, a thrill to handle and a haven for relaxation. She has the capability to effortlessly explore far reaching destinations and is often used as the benchmark by which others are measured.
With a choice of powerful engine options to complement a forceful profile and an opulent yet contemporary interior, the Princess V78 promises the ultimate in V Class performance and is eagerly anticipated as one of the most dynamically capable models the Company has ever conceived. With raised bulwarks and a powerful deep-V hull, the V78 has been honed for long-range cruising to put the most exclusive locations within easy reach, while her high-speed capabilities ensure an intoxicating blend of excitement and precision control.
On deck, an enormous cockpit provides an uncluttered environment for flexible entertaining and incorporates a fully equipped wetbar and large seating area. The garage is centrally located beneath the generous sunpad, while a hydraulically operated up/down platform is fitted as standard for stowage of an additional tender or wetbike. The main deck features an expansive saloon with low-level furniture and contemporary fittings, as well as the latest electronics and entertainment systems. The forward dinette seats eight in comfort and the helm position has been thoroughly resolved for optimum visibility and clear safe sightlines. Meanwhile the opening roof and triple sliding glass doors allow the feeling of true open boating with the flexibility to provide shade at the touch of a button.
Stylish lower accommodations achieve new levels of space and light, with a unique reversed layout in the master suite providing the ultimate feeling of exclusivity. The owner enjoys a large en-suite bathroom with twin sinks and a cavernous shower, with a separate walk-in wardrobe situated to the port side. Guests are treated to similar levels of luxury in a VIP stateroom forward and two twin berth cabins forward of the galley.
Whether unwinding below deck or appreciating the tranquillity of a remote mooring, the Princess V78 provides a fabulous blend of comfort and flexibility for enjoying the best that cruising has to offer.
An undisputed design classic, the Princess 42 remains the benchmark motor yacht in her size range. Ideal for family cruising, yet with the space and style for elegant entertaining, the 42 is beautifully constructed and immaculately finished. Safety is vital in a family yacht, and the 42 delivers without compromising her graceful profile. Well proportioned, safe steps link the flybridge, with its flexible U-shaped seating and large sunbed, to the spacious teak-laid cockpit. Impressively wide side decks, with thoughtfully positioned handrails, encourage use of the large foredeck and inspire confidence when moving about on deck. The lower helm provides exceptional visibility, and the ergonomic layout and advanced instrumentation ensure precise and comfortable handling. Triple sliding glass doors between saloon and cockpit ensure an airy feel to the interior, accentuated by the large side windows. Practical and stylish design, using light, sensuous fabrics and a lustrous wood finish, further enhances the appeal. A few steps down, the open galley design helps create a pleasing sense of space without compromising on equipment, with a triple gas hob, large fridge-freezer and combination microwave oven, as well as generous storage space.
Below deck, the accommodation again exceeds expectations. Both the tasteful master cabin, with a large hanging wardrobe and bespoke dressing table, and the twin guest cabin have en-suites with generous showers. The saloon sofa can also be converted into an additional bed for occasional guests. With a large lazarette and storage below the
cockpit seat, as well as an easily accessed engine room, the 42 is as practical as she is seductive, capturing the essence of Princess in a timeless and elegant design.
The Princess 50 is a powerful and nimble craft with extraordinary volume for her class. Her unmistakable Princess profile, muscular lines and deep V hull give her a magnetic presence in port, and exceptional cruising capability out in the open sea. Delivering a smooth, stable ride and sound seakeeping, the Princess 50 is equipped with comprehensive instrumentation and controls to enable safe yet stimulating handling. And from her spacious, easily accessible flybridge, wide side decks and her sophisticated interior, she creates the sensation of being on a much larger vessel.
The use of light and the latest contemporary Princess design create a feeling of space and calm. Large tinted windows wrap around the entire saloon and helm, allowing natural light to flood in, which is accentuated by the crisp joinery and careful layout. Triple sliding doors open to the teak-laid cockpit, with a sizeable bathing platform and luxurious upholstered seating. The main deck offers excellent flexibility with a separate dinette, and the well organised galley beneath offers sufficient space for a full height fridge freezer. Owners enjoy a full-beam stateroom, with an en-suite, and triple vertical portlights on both sides. Guests can relax in the luxury of the forward stateroom, again en-suite, or the generous twin berth cabin, which is exceptional for a yacht of this size. There’s even the option of an aft cabin for crew or an occasional guest.
Thoughtfully resolved and thoroughly refined, the Princess 50 delivers a class beating combination of style and practicality.
The shape of the new Princess V62 alludes to its origins in high performance cruising. The raked profile gives an indication of an exciting edge, but her manners and abilities at sea are impeccable. The Princess V62 combines the performance and versatility of an enclosed hard top sports yacht with the advantages of large volume accommodation spaces. The main deck saloon is elegantly finished with contemporary low-level furniture and seating, and is linked to a large open cockpit through triple sliding glass doors. This flexible entertaining space includes generous seating, a wetbar and barbecue and a central sunbed above the aft garage which can accommodate either a rigid inflatable or wetbike.
Accommodations on the Princess V62 consist of a large full beam owner’s stateroom with en-suite, complete with eight trademark vertical portlights, plus a VIP stateroom forward and a large twin cabin to starboard. Both staterooms have en-suite facilities and there is also an option of a single berth crew cabin aft. The lower dining area provides seating for six opposite the well equipped galley and features a large LCD TV mounted inboard. The Princess V62’s galley boasts a full height fridge freezer, twin bowl stainless sinks and plentiful storage for an extended stay on board. The accommodation is spacious and light and is finished in a choice of natural fabrics and materials. The styling shares a modern edge with the exterior lines and complements perfectly a craft that is aimed at breaking new ground in sports yacht design. With class leading handling and performance in equal measures, the Princess V62 is an exciting addition to the V Class range.