Having won the 2013 World superyacht award for the Princess 40M, the third boat in the M Class range borrows the best elements of both the 32M and 40M to create a truly special superyacht.
The huge flybridge creates not only a superb entertaining space but the hardtop provides shelter from the midday sun. Plenty of seating on the bow and the aft beach club means that you could not bump into a fellow guest all day if you wanted some privacy!
The owner’s cabin is in the forward section of the main deck and there is plenty of natural light pouring through it.
Guests are accommodated on the lower deck and, as you would expect, there are many ways to customise the layout of this part of the boat. The saloon is cool and contemporary with sliding glass doors. A really cool feature are the optional hydraulic balconies on either or both sides which will certainly impress your guests!
You can reach a top speed of 23 knots even with the smallest engine option – CATs C32 1925hp. The top spec engine options on this boat are twin 2640hp MTUs which can reach a top speed of 27 knots.
The semi-customisable nature of this boat means the only limit to stamping your mark on it would be your imagination!