The 72 Motor Yacht combines the elegance and detail of a true motor yacht.
Princess Yachts Australia
Princess Yachts Australia will feature a range of Princess vessels at the Show as part of a 1500sqm onwater display. The Princess 64 and the 72 Motor Yacht will be released in Australia at the Show.
The Princess 64 has a sporty profile and a vast flybridge. Inside, the saloon layout incorporates a two-seater settee facing a generous U-shaped sofa and a separate dining area adjacent to the galley.
The 72 Motor Yacht combines the elegance and detail of a true motor yacht. An optional hardtop has been fitted to the boat on display at Sanctuary Cove, featuring a retractable sunroof for comfortable cruising. The full-width main deck saloon creates an impressive area for entertaining with a large dinette and cocktail bar.
The company will also show the updated model of the V52 plus the V62 and V85-S. Princess describes the arrival of the V52 as a ‘landmark event’. Complementing the ‘open’ models within the V Class range, the main deck of the V52 consists of two independent entertaining areas, with the aft cockpit leading through to the enclosed saloon forward.
The V52 is a two-stateroom vessel with a full-beam master and a full-sized stateroom forward with an en suite bathroom and shower. Adjacent to the galley, the lower saloon can be converted to provide additional berths.
In the V52, the latest in sports yacht technology combines with Princess’ characteristic deep V hull to provide sea-keeping ability and manoeuvrability. Princess will be offering owners and invited guests a relaxing experience at the Show with valet shuttle service, while VIPs will enjoy delicacies produced by a Princess Bespoke chef.