A 50-year anniversary is a big deal in the world of every brand, but even more so when we talk about one of the best-known and respected yacht companies. Princess Yachts built their brand name on exemplary quality, high specification and custom fit-outs and their sportier and more stylish V Class range proves they’re staying true to their roots. Unlike the more elegant flybridge motor models, the V line combines performance and comfort for the ultimate sea experience.
The most popular models of the V Class range are the V72, V58, V52, V57, V3 and V48 and the counterparts V48-Open and V58-Open. All yachts demonstrate modern levels of finish and luxury throughout the interior and exterior – from the galley and helm to the cockpit. Another well-known design firm – Turnstyle Designs – is responsible for bathroom accessories and hardware to match the contemporary ambiance Princess Yachts are aiming for. Hand-laid veneer, courtesy of Leeuwenburgh, replaces the original laminate throughout the Princess V range. With these changes in place – the new models mark a new standard in yacht-making.
Characterized by alluring proportions – the Princess V Class exhibit similar helm shape, generous cockpit space and powerful engine capabilities. The U-shaped seating area provides plenty of space for large parties and there is an electronically-operated sunroof. There are three separate outdoor entertaining spaces as well as four en-suite cabin rooms. A built-in garage is large enough to fit a jetRIB and jetski at the same time. A submersible bathing platform is one of the more impressive features – ideal for luxury lifestyle activities.
Dedicated crew quarters provide plenty of space on top of the two large storerooms below deck. Prices for models of the V Class range vary from £775,000 to £1,500,000 excluding VAT. The yachts’ elegantly poised profile and uniquely designed interior brings a new contemporary and dynamic style that is highly-praised.