2012 was a significant year in the history of Princess Yachts International with the launch of five new models including both the smallest vessel it has produced for over a decade and the largest the company has ever built. 2013 promises to be as busy for the Plymouth boat builder and the London boat show marks the start of this with a further two new models making their international debuts at the show.
The Princess 82 Motor Yacht and the Princess 52 will be the central focus of a 10 boat display inside London’s ExCel which includes show debuts for the Princess 56 and the new V62-S and a return for the ever popular V39 which stole the show at London last year.
Elegant, powerful and incredibly spacious the new Princess 82 Motor Yacht epitomises everything that is Princess from her sleek, dynamic exterior to her impeccably finished interior. As with all new Princess models, she has been developed and constructed using some of the most advanced technology available in the marine industry today and her uniquely designed deep-V hull is resin infused to ensure a highly capable and efficient performance that is both assured and rewarding.
Extended window lines enhance her contemporary exterior styling to provide a profile that is sporting and sophisticated and provide exceptional views from the main deck saloon. The exterior space on board is plentiful with a large cockpit complete with teak table for alfresco dining, an intimate foredeck seating and sunbathing area for a more private escape and an incredible flybridge with additional dining, seating and sunbathing areas all serviced from a dedicated wet bar.
Her interior is light, sophisticated and beautifully detailed with an intelligent use of space throughout. The main deck saloon is laid out in a style more commonly seen on much larger motor yachts with the ability to create a highly spacious yet extremely private entertaining space for the owners and their guests. Sumptuous low level furnishings provide an elegant yet relaxed saloon and a formal dining area is positioned forward, separated from the wheelhouse and highly specified galley to ensure guest privacy - especially important for those with the charter market in mind.
The lower deck space is especially large for this size of yacht and guest accommodation comprises of four beautifully appointed en-suite cabins. A full beam owner’s suite and forward VIP are complemented by a twin cabin to port and a further double stateroom to starboard. Crew are accommodated in a twin en-suite cabin aft of the machinery space together with a utility area which can be specified as a second twin crew cabin if required.
The new 82 Motor Yacht will be another exceptional addition to the Princess range and promises to further strengthen the company as the builder of choice for the discerning motor yacht owner.