Ahead of her world debut at the Dusseldorf Boat Show in January 2016, Princess Yachts have launched the very first hull in their new 30M series. The project which was first unveiled at the Cannes Yachting Festival in 2014, has been under construction over the past year and is now ready to embark on her sea trials before being presented as the largest yacht on display at the German yachting event.
The Princess Design Studio worked hard to achieve a bright and spacious atmosphere on board through the use of a series of large side windows both in main and lower decks, as well as large skylights forward of the main saloon that provides natural light to the master suite from above.
A reverse cabin layout has been opted for, with the bed facing aft. This allows for a wider entrance to the suite, and offers the ideal position for the owner to enjoy the views outside form his private suite. An intimate breakfast area allows for relaxing mornings while taking in the surroundings of the tranquil bay outside.
The main saloon is served by two large sliding doors on the starboard side which leads out onto a folding terrace.
Other activity at the yard includes the launch of the sixth 40M superyacht, the largest in the Princess range, designed by Olesinski together with Princess Yachts. The bright blue coloured hull will no doubt become a recognisable sight in the destinations she is to visit.