Princess Yachts is set to showcase an impressive 10 boat line-up and new stand design at the 2015 London Boat Show taking place at ExCel, London from 9th to 18th January. Taking centre stage – the Princess 68 and Princess S72 will be making their show debuts. The Princess 68 launched to much acclaim at Southampton and will be making her second UK appearance at London. The Princess 68 offers unrivalled levels of space and owner-focused features.
From her private stairwell leading to the master stateroom to the galley aft arrangement which provides several dining and entertaining options. Across the main deck a generous helm area is accompanied by raised L-shaped seating to port accommodating three guests when underway. A separate seating area in the deck saloon is bathed in natural light while the galley aft is complimented with a large folding table opposite.
Sliding doors and a pillarless electric window opens the galley bar to the cockpit, ideal for family entertaining. A full beam owner’s stateroom is accessed via its own private stairwell and lobby area which houses a laundry area and washer/dryer. Three generous guest cabins are accessed via a stairwell forward ensuring complete owner privacy and allowing optional sliding twin beds in both port and starboard cabins in addition to the spacious VIP guest stateroom forward.
The Princess S72 is a powerful sportbridge yacht and the first model from the new S Class range. Contemporary styling combined with performance-honed lines conceals a luxurious and spacious interior. A generous sportbridge is the perfect place to drive this craft or gather around a large teak table when entertaining. The lower helm is complete with a carbon fibre sunroof which provides that sports yacht atmosphere. On deck a tender garage, hydraulic platform, sunpad, cockpit complete with U-shaped seating and a full wetbar plus a private foredeck seating area completes the S Class experience.
As with all Princess yachts, glass is put to incredible use on the S72 with stunning wraparound windows to the deck saloon and angled hull-side windows to the stateroom, while all guest cabins enjoy exceptional light and breathtaking seascape views.
Alongside the Princess 68 and S72, the Princess 43, 52, 56 and 72, 82 and 88 Motor Yachts complete the flybridge display, with the V39 and V48 representing the V Class sports yachts.