Princess To Showcase Three Premieres At FLIBS
Published: Thursday, 27 October 2016
Princess Yachts America will bring the 13-yacht line-up to the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show from Nov 3-7, including show premieres of the Princess 49 with IPS, V58 Deck Saloon and the 75 Motor Yacht.
Further yachts on display include the V39, Princess 43, V48, V52, Princess 60, Princess 64, S65, Princess 68, S72 and 88 Motor Yacht.
(Photos: Princess Yachts - Princess 49 with IPS)
Cutting through the waves or cruising at highly economical rates, the new Princess 49 promises to be sublimely enjoyable. She combines the latest IPS pod drive system with a new modified deep-V hull providing ease of handling and maneuverability. Her social flybridge arrangement enjoys a twin helm seat, convertible L-shaped sofa and generous seating aft. The spacious deck saloon comes alive with light from the panoramic windows and has an ingenious aft-galley layout which can be fitted with a full-height fridge/freezer. Below deck, there's a full beam master's stateroom, a forward guest stateroom with the option of scissor berths and a generous two berth starboard stateroom. Quite simply, a yacht that feels like it's in a class of its own.
(V58 Deck Saloon)
The latest addition to the V Class range, the dynamic new V58, is available in two versions – Open or Deck Saloon. The open model with a full-length cockpit and sunroof is perfect for cruising the Med, whilst the flexible enclosed deck model can be climate controlled or opened to the elements via triple sliding aft doors and a retractable sunroof. Her large, dynamic hull windows let light pour into the beautifully appointed lower accommodation. With three guest staterooms, two of which enjoy an en-suite, and the option to specify an extra cabin aft – she's an altogether striking craft.
(75 Motor Yacht)
The ingenious design of the eagerly anticipated 75 Motor Yacht offers efficient, agile cruising, enabling one to plane at lower speeds. Her deck layout provides the Owner with a variety of options to entertain or relax including a walk-through foredeck with U-shaped seating and sunbathing area. She's also sociable whilst underway with L-shaped seating either side of the upper helm. The flybridge offers space aft to fit a crane and store a tender. Her elegant exterior conceals a voluminous interior. Natural light flows into her main deck through extended window lines and a unique full-height window on the port side to make the free standing dining area a spectacular place to entertain. Forward on the lower deck, all three guest staterooms are en-suite whilst a dedicated staircase leads to the master's stateroom amidships via a private lobby area.
Check out the video of Princess 49: