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Smallest of the Princess S Class series when she was introduced in 2017, the powerful lines of the Princess S60 conceal a beautifully crafted interior. The aft galley layout features an open-plan dining area and sliding glass doors with a fully opening window leading out to the cockpit. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the entire main deck with natural light, and a sunroof forward opens the lower helm to the sky above. Below decks, six guests can be accommodated across a full-beam master stateroom and two well-appointed guest cabins. The meticulous craftsmanship on display throughout the S60's interior is unsurpassed. Topside, the flybridge is built for entertaining with a convertible sun pad across from the helm, compact wet bar, and L-shaped seating aft with a teak dining table. The hydraulic bridge bimini is a thoughtful touch, and the S60's raised foredeck includes sunlounger backrests that allow guests to read while enjoying the sun. Unlike many European yachts this size, the tender garage doesn't crowd out the machinery space. MAN 1,200hp V8 engines reach a top speed of 3738 knots.