Published: Friday, 06 January 2017

British luxury boat builder Princess Yachts will have a global launch of V40 at stand 6B21 at boot Düsseldorf, Germany Jan 21-29. 

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(Image: Princess Yachts - V40)

V40 comes with progressive lines with new port light window glazing that floods the saloon and cabins. The interior highlights the new Princess V Class colour palette, which accentuates the restyled helm console, spacious bright saloon and accommodation areas. Draped contrast styling is utilised on upholstery throughout. Elegant feature panels and headboard in the Owner's cabin were crafted from Ralph Lauren Nantucket Raffia Tortoise fabric. The main saloon also features Ralph Lauren fabric panelling. The restyled helm seat offers greater supper and comfort.

The large saloon and well-equipped galley combine for a highly sociable entertaining space while both cabins exude contemporary style and generous proportions. The forward cabin has an en-suite bathroom with secondary access to the saloon whilst the aft cabin can be fitted with optional sliding berths to provide easy conversion to a double when required.

The ultra-responsive handling and thrilling acceleration is something to behold, especially when the sunroof is open, creating over 5sqm of open space.  The sociable cockpit is equipped with a beautiful teak table and wetbar with oyster grey leading down to a squared off sunbed aft with east access to the transom lockers.

The pioneering deep-V hulls enable voluminous space. Their sculpted form is shaped from a lightweight, resin-infused hull composite, which can create greater internal volume compared to standard hull production methods. The design ensures it requires less power and burns less fuel to achieve its maximum design speed. The yacht can reach a top speed of 38 knots.