Princess showcases three North American premieres
Published: Tuesday, 31 October 2017
A line-up of eight Princess yachts will grace Fort Lauderdale including the North American premieres of the award-winning V40, the S60 and Princess 62 launched earlier this year in Europe.
(Photo: Princess - V40)
With the cockpit specifying a convertible sunbed aft, the new V40 has port light window cascade across the length of her deep-V hull, flooding the saloon and cabins with natural light.
Below deck, 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 conversion to a double bed when required.
The motor yacht can reach a top speed of 38 knots with twin Volvo D6-330 DP (2 x 330mhp).
Also with a maximum speed of 38 knots, the S60 has an exterior styling with sculpted hull glazing. At anchor, she features a foredeck seating and sunbathing area. A tender or jet ski can be launched and stowed in the large stern garage.
Her main deck features a galley aft arrangement with open-plan dining area, and sliding doors with a fully opening window leading out to the cockpit.
Below deck six guests are accommodated across an en-suite full-beam master stateroom and two guest cabins.
The Princess 62 is an all-new addition to the F Class range. Her flybridge is equipped with a large dining area, a sunpad aft and a circular forward seating area that can be converted into an additional sunpad.
The main deck saloon connects to the outside world through full length side windows, while the galley is positioned aft and opens to the cockpit. Her helm position is located to starboard with additional forward facing guest seating opposite.
The flybridge accommodates six guest on three en-suite cabins all bathed in natural light from hull glazing, with the option of a further twin cabin aft for occasional guest or crew.
Along with the three premieres are the 88 and 75 motor yachts, S72, Princess 49 and 68, all coming at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.