If a social register existed for luxury cruising yachts, the Princess brand would be a mainstay on the list. Over the years, this English builder has brought many elegantly styled models to market, each marked by an impeccable build quality. In addition to its globally popular flybridge motor yacht range (sized from 42 to 98 feet), Princess offers V-Class sport yachts (39 to 85 feet) designed for performance cruising. More recently, the builder entered the superyacht market with the debut of its M-Class series that’s comprised of the
32 Meter and the new 40 Meter tri-deck, a landmark model for the yard as it’s the largest production-built motoryacht ever made in England—and also the largest resin-infused hull built in Britain.
The new 82 Motor Yacht has a crisp contempory style that suggests this is a craft born of the very latest in design and construction technology, yet she retains a refined elegance that is unmistakeably Princess. Extended window lines run along each side providing a sleek, dynamic profile and exceptional visibility from the main deck saloon, whilst the very latest deep-V hull is resin infused to ensure a highly capable and efficient performance that is both assured and rewarding. 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 wetbar. A hydraulic raise/lower bathing platform is fitted as standard. As with all Princess Motor Yachts her interior is light, sophisticated and impeccably detailed with an intelligent use of space throughout. The main deck saloon incorporates relaxed low level furnishings and a formal dining area which are separated from the wheelhouse and highly specified galley to ensure guest privacy. The guest accommodation comprises of four beautifully appointed en-suite cabins. A full beam owners 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.