UK Shipyard Princess Motor Yachts have just released their first renderings of the stunning new Princess 75 Motor Yacht.
Building on the extremely popular and innovative Princess 68 Motor Yacht that has taken the production line flybridge market by storm, the new 24 meter motor yacht looks set to do the same. New features such as her striking porthole design combined with extremely large main deck glass windows will allow vast amounts of natural light to fill the saloon and lower deck areas.
The flybridge features a central helm position with U-Shaped seating to both port and starboard; an extremely social layout for those who love to cruise long distances. A large fixed sunbathing area aft of the flybridge dining area is extremely practical with further space aft that can house a crane for a Jet Ski or alternatively a large area for some free standing sun loungers.
Her saloon features expansive glass windows (as touched on earlier in this article) as well as a fixed dining area opposite the open galley. Following on from the extremely successful Princess 68, the new Princess 75 Motor Yacht features private access to the master cabin with the other 3 guest cabins located off of a central corridor.
The lower deck features 4 en-suite cabins with a full beam master, two double cabins and a twin cabin to the port side. The aft crew cabin accommodates up to three crew (which is one more than all of her competitors) or alternatively doubles as a 5th cabin for up to three guests for those owner/operators out there.
Available with either Caterpillar C32’s (1622hp or 1723hp) or MAN V12’s (1800hp) for those concerned with top end speed. Measuring in at 23.97m (78ft 8in) and with a healthy Beam of 5.76m (18ft 11in) the Princess 75 Motor Yacht promises to be another successful model from this prestigious British yacht builder.