Located in Plymouth, United Kingdom, Princess yachts has etched a reputable brand in the yachting industry. It takes pride in sculpting some of the most stunning yachts the world has ever seen. Most notable in their portfolio includes the M Class Superyachts, not forgetting the V and S series. Through their culture and philosophy for being innovative and technologically advanced, Princess’ team of skilled professionals – some 2,300+ experts – take passion and pride in what they do.
The firm’s latest yachting gem to leave their shipyard is the Flybridge range – the Princess 70. This sleek, elegant and spacious yacht is a beautifully proportioned flybridge is fittingly well-suited to the hedonistic yachting individual. Yacht owners will love the spacious and well-appointed interior and exterior spaces designed for entertaining and socialising.
Undoubtedly, the Flybridge class of luxury yachts has established the Princess brand as a pioneering force. Just entering the Princess 70, you will be immediately captivated by the clean, modern and elegant design while you simultaneously experience the efficient cruising capability once the MAN V12 engine fires up 1400mhp of power.
The generous 286-sq-ft flybridge features a large U-shaped dining area, encompassing a fully-equipped wetbar with barbecue, aft sunpad and a forward seating area adjacent to the helm that also converts into a sunbed. On the main deck, an aft galley arrangement opens out towards the cockpit, offering a sociable al fresco dining solution with a more formal dining table in the saloon, easily isolated into two separate spaces, thanks to large glass sliding doors. The space is flooded with natural light all thanks to the large panoramic windows. On the foredeck, there is a forward facing sofa and table, as well as a spacious sun pad – the perfect private space to enjoy a tipple and watch the sun set.
Forward in the saloon are two more seating areas that include a 49-inch LED TV and entertainment system. The lower deck boasts four beautifully-appointed cabins, including a full-beam master stateroom aft with a private staircase, a forward VIP guest cabin and two twin cabins. Windows throughout the lower accommodation areas ensure the cabins are bright, while portholes allow fresh air to ventilate all the cabins. The Flybridge class is known for its focus on enjoyment combined with efficiency, attributable to the variable deadrise hull form, which provides greater lift and less drag, enabling her to achieve lower planing speeds while still reaching up to 36 knots with her MAN V12 1400mhp engine. An impressive fuel capacity of 4,100 litres ensures an array of cruising options to far-flung destinations, perfect for pampering friends and family with this nautical treat.