Princess Yachts Presents Strong Line Up At Singapore Show
Published: Friday, 24 April 2015
With 15 yachts confirmed, Princess Yachts South East Asia has one of the strongest and most exciting line-ups of modern flybridge and sports cruisers at the Singapore Yacht Show which runs now until Sunday.
Princess Yachts South East Asia is presenting the Princess S72 for the first time in Asia, and the Princess 68 for the first time in Singapore.
The S72 features sleek lines and performance of a true sports yacht with the space and practicality of an upper helm position and large tender garage.
S Class design features include dark wraparound glass and angled hull windows offering uninterrupted views. While inside, exclusive materials, detailing and bespoke contemporary furniture offer a new level of luxury is enhanced by Princess’s classically toned leathers and herringbone linings.
She accommodates up to eight guests in total over four staterooms. The master stateroom is particularly notable for her angled hull windows and a new interior design. The VIP suite is located forward and features extended hull windows as well as en suite facilities, and the remaining two guest cabins also come with en-suite facilities.
Elsewhere inside the saloon offers a spacious one-level area that flows into the cockpit creating a vast living space, while the dining area positioned next to the helm has been created with socialising in mind.
The new Princess 68 will be making her show debut in Singapore. Fitting into the Princess flybridge range, between the 64 and 72 Motor Yacht, the 68 enjoys the highest level of internal volume ever created by Princess for a given length, delivering four class leading cabins, a vast deck saloon, a flybridge and twin cockpits. But aside from the simple virtue of space, the 68 will also come packed with features, many of which are a first for a yacht of this size.
One of these features is a private stairwell and lobby, the guest cabins being accessed by a separate stairwell forward. This unique design creates a real sense of motoryacht sophistication for the owner as well as total privacy for those onboard.
The flybridge above boasts vast sections of seating with the ability to seat five people across the helm area, a full wet bar to keep everyone refreshed and the added ability to convert the forward seating into a large sun pad.
Fitted with twin diesel engines of up to 1400hp, speeds up to 32-34 knots are expected with fast efficient cruising in the mid-twenties.