Following the success of the award-winning V58 and V40, Princess strengthens its dynamic V Class offering with the latest additions to the progressive range of sport yachts – the all-new V65, V60 and V50.
Born from an obsession with exceptional seakeeping and voluminous space, the original V Class yachts delivered a fusion of power and luxury, and Princess continue to do so with these brand-new models. All of the traditional qualities of craftsmanship expected with a V Class yacht have been refined and reinvented, to deliver greater efficiency, exhilarating speeds and the pure luxury our customers are accustomed to.
Powerful and progressive, the all-new V65 sets a new standard of the Princess V Class range. Whether you’re slicing through the seas at 38 knots† or navigating stormy waters – a foundation of superior engineering rides with you.
Careful attention has been paid to the spaciously designed cockpit and fully equipped dining area, allowing you to enjoy time with family and friends. Offering aft and foredeck sunpads, you won’t be short on sunbathing space for those warmer days. Climate control, sliding doors and a retractable sunroof, provides you the flexibility to utilise the V65 in all weathers and on all occasions.
Below decks, the Princess V65 is able to comfortably accommodate eight overnight guests, in four beautifully appointed cabins which feature panoramic windows in the Master and Forward cabins, courtesy of the elegant hull glazing.
The new V60 has been developed to push the boundaries of the V Class range even further, with a level of detailed design and style to set the future direction for the ultimate in open air cruising.
Taking the helm, the geometry of the deep-V hull confidently translates any surge of power into taut handling. This ingenious design ensures it requires less power and burns less fuel to achieve its maximum design speed. Such precision thinking gives you the opportunity to enjoy a spirited dash across the ocean in this Princess V Class, at an exhilarating 38 knots†
As with the new Princess V65, the V60 has been designed to inspire relaxation and socialising with the sunpad and expansive dining area, leading you onto a fully equipped aft galley. This flexible deck saloon model allows you to bring the outside in when the sun is shining, with a retractable sunroof, sliding doors and climate control.
The Princess Design Studio is synonymous with the creation of beautifully crafted interiors and below deck, six guests are accommodated in three elegantly designed cabins. All cabins are bathed in natural light from elegant hull glazing, with the option of a further cabin aft for occasional guests or crew.
Following in the footsteps of the recently launched V40, the new V50 showcases the dynamic exterior, exceptional seakeeping and voluminous space, as is standard of our V Class range.
Flexibility is offered in abundance on the all-new V50, starting with the option of an enclosed or open main deck configuration with L-shaped seating or sunpad aft leading to the spacious and airy saloon and helm seating. Her striking exterior styling features port light windows which cascade the length of her deep-V hull, flooding the saloon and cabins with natural light.
V50 Deck Saloon
Princess’ innovative use of space continues to the well-appointed lower deck saloon, which can be used as an entertaining space or provides the option to convert to a double berth. There is the added option of specifying this area with a third cabin. The full beam master stateroom is an inviting sanctuary of calm, whilst the forward cabin enjoys the option of scissor berths.
Reaching speeds of up to 32 knots†, you can be sure that this breath-taking new model – the V50 – offers everything you and your family need for your next adventure.
Be first to see the dynamic V65 and V50 at Boot Düsseldorf in January 2018, followed by the V60 in the spring of 2018.
For more information on these exciting new models, give us a call on +44 (0)1489 557766 or email us directly at email@example.com
† Speeds are given at half load condition with boat to standard specification and with no additional equipment on board. Speeds are estimated and therefore represented in good faith.