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A highly competent yacht in every area, the open plan interior of the Princess F55 is an impeccable blend of American walnut furniture, recessed LED lighting, and clever innovations like a coffee table that converts into a dining table. Huge side windows flood the entire main deck with natural light and great attention to detail is apparent throughout. The views out from the salon seating are quite spectacular. The galley is aft, connected to the cockpit through the sliding glass door. The F55's lower deck layout is entirely conventional although the masses of light and space in the master stateroom are noteworthy as is the unusually large bathroom. Teak covers all exterior decks including up on the flybridge with its aft seating and dining area, wet bar, electric barbecue and forward lounge. Engine access is via a hatch in the cockpit sole. On the foredeck, the ingenious forward facing sofa and sunpad are signature F Class features. The single berth crew cabin, accessed from the transom, doubles as a storage area. On the downside the hardtop is, well... a bit ungainly. Twin 800hp MAN (or Volvo) engines top out at a respectable 30 knots.