Meet The New Princess Yachts 62 Flybridge
Updated: July 7, 2017
World-class shipyard Princess Yachts has just revealed the first official interior photos of their latest luxury motor yacht creation and in true Princess fashion, she’s a vessel that has been handcrafted to perfection. The brand-new Princess Yachts 62 Flybridge Motor Yacht exudes a brilliant and bold combination of style, quality and elegance balanced by superior seakeeping, exhilerating performance and true usability.
The well-appointed and spacious main deck salon on board the Princess 62 features expansive floor-length windows that allow natural light to filter in and opportunities for goreous ocean vista views.
There is no shortage of comfortable seating on this elegant motor yacht. In the salon of the Princess 62 guests will find a plush U-shaped sette accompanied by a coffee table, a two-seater sofa and an L-shaped dining area. Additional salon seating is found opposite of the starboard helm station.
The galley which boasts Avonite countertops, top-shelf appliances and a stainless steel sink is located on the main deck to aft and was specifically designed to be a sociable space. It opens right up to the cockpit which is appointed with a U-shaped settee with a teak folding table and transom seat waiting to accommodate numerous guests.
Guests will be treated to luxurious overnight accommodations accross three staterooms with an option for a fourth. The master stateroom offers the owners a double berth which faces a 40-inch LED TV.
All three staterooms on the Princess Yachts 62 come standard with an ensuite head. The master head is pictured above.
Dual helm seats await the Captain of the Princess 62 along with controls like color radar, GPS, bow thrusters and much more.
Updated: May 17, 2017
In the next several months, this breathtaking addition to the Princess Yachts fleet will be in debut mode in the UK launching at the Southhampton Boat Show and Cannes Yachting Festival. The Princess 62 Flybridge is slated to make her American debut at the 2017 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show running November 1 – 5. Just this week the Princess team took the 62 out on Plymouth Sound to complete her initial sea trial which she passed with flying colors.
As you walk through the voluminous interior of the Princess Yachts 62 you’ll feel as though you are on board a much larger vessel. Throughout the yacht, her inviting interior areas showcase a fresh and bright atmosphere, precisely what you would expect from a boatbuilder that has mastered the art of award-winning yacht interior design. The incredibly peaceful indoor environment was achieved through meticulous attention to detail and precise layered geometry. Accessed through an expansive aft deck sliding glass door, the sociable galley is of step-down configuration and its aft location makes it a breeze to serve guests outdoors. The saloon provides guests with a u-shaped sofa, twin sofa opposite and coffee table. Making the space even more desirable, the magnificent hull side windows allow a flood of natural lighting into the area with the added bonus of panoramic views. Next to the lower starboard helm area, which includes twin helm seats and a pantograph door to the side deck, is an L-shaped seat for guests with an electrical window to port.
Below deck, overnight accommodations can sleep up to six guests in three superbly appointed en suite cabins all bathed in natural light from elegant hull glazing, with the option of a further twin cabin aft for occasional guests or crew. For the owners, the en suite master stateroom features a large double bed with drawers underneath, twin bedside tables, and a dual seating area with table. A starboard guest cabin offers two single beds and the forward stateroom includes a large double berth.
While it’s clear that there are numerous highlights on board the Princess 62, the focal point is the well-designed flybridge that reveals the advancement of flybridge exterior profile lines, putting an emphasis on the strong, seamless feature lines that give the vessel its confident character. As a flybridge should, this space inspires relaxation and surrounds you with unbeatable views. Features of the flybridge on the Princess Yachts 62 include a large dining area, a sunpad aft and a unique circular forward seating area that can be converted into an additional sunpad. Owners may choose the option of including a hard top on the flybridge for shade and protection from the elements. Out on the foredeck guests will find more outdoor seating and sunpads.
Princess Yachts 62 Flybridge Specifications
Length overall (Incl. pulpit): 63’ 5”
Length overall (excl. pulpit): 62’ 7’’
Beam: 16’ 6’’
Draft approx: 4’10’’
Displacement approx: 29.3 tonnes
Fuel capacity: 748 gals.
Water capacity: 174 gals.
Caterpillar 12.9 1000 (2 x 1000mhp) Maximum speed – up to 31 – 32.5 knots*
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