UK based Princess Yachts International will be showcasing their brand new gem at the 2011 Cannes Boat Show this September, as an addition to their already impressive array of vessels. This being a 32 metre vessel, the British builders are entering superyacht territory for the very first time with this fresh new launch, marking the dawn of a new era for PYI.
The Princess 32M was the largest vessel to have been shown inside London’s ExCeL exhibition halls during this years’ London Boat Show and next week she will be seducing audiences in Cannes, as part of an impressive collection of eleven yachts present at this years’ show.
The Princess 32M is a vessel that combines exceptional and powerful performance with an unprecedented level of personalization, while delivering class-leading levels of space and accommodation.
In her exterior design, the lines of this 32 metre superyacht are sleek and no-nonsense. Nicely balanced, without abundance in details yet pleasing on the eye. Both from the aft deck and the main saloon, the views are remarkably panoramic.
The main saloon, which is especially sizeable to say the least, features vast windows on each side and sliding glass doors on the starboard side. These sumptuous quarters lead out to a drop-down balcony, nicely emphasizing the vista’s from this area of the vessel. Aside from providing guests with spectacular views, the vast windows flood the main saloon with large amounts of natural light, complimenting the contemporary interior design within which a pleasantly warm and nicely balanced dark palette of colours has been applied. Visually unobtrusive and gracefully modern furniture are used in the main saloons’ interior, where a sitting area with large dark leather sofas and a set of comfortable chairs is found, aft of the grand dining table. With each area optimally benefits from the rooms’ signature panorama views, the main saloon offers a comfortable atmosphere that exudes both informality and authority, making this a perfectly versatile area.
With ample possibilities for personalization, the Princess 32M is offered with either four or five guest cabins, allowing a company of variable size onboard with her intelligently designed layout possibilities. The owners’ suite is located on the main deck, optimally benefitting from large windows displaying excellent views outside on both port and starboard side. The impressive bathroom is fitted with a large shower area and separate whirlpool bath. The stylish, contemporary interior designs throughout the vessels’ cabins offer optimal comfort with luxurious materials, combining woods, natural stone, soft leathers and plush fabrics into a warm and cosy blend of modern comfort with a classic touch.
Below deck, along with the additional guest cabins, an impressive VIP suite can be found which is equally impressive. All cabins offer the same high level of comfort to ensure guest a magnificent stay onboard.
With a meticulous attention to detail, Princess Yachts International once again realized an exciting partnership with LVMH Fendi Casa to accessorize the vessel for the upcoming show in Cannes.
The Princess 32m offers an unprecedented scope to personalize and specify to ones’ own requirements. For larger group accommodation of up to ten guests, future owners can opt for a guest cabin layout of five. This would also open up attractive prospects for putting the vessel on the charter market. With this arrangement, the full beam VIP quarters would be divided into two double guest suites. Additionally, a large double suite can be found on the port side and a spacious twin berth on the starboard side of the yacht. The broad middle ship section can be fitted as a grand VIP suite, including en suite bathroom and walk-in closet, or as two sizeable separate double cabins.
The future already holds some exciting new prospects for PYI, with a 40 metre vessel is planned to arrive early 2012 as the new flagship for the company and hull number four of the 32m already being in construction at their new facilities in Plymouth.