The flagship of the Y Class

The new Princess Y95: the flagship of the Y Class. 

Due to launch in 2021 as the new Y Class flagship, the all-new Princess Y95 encompasses all that we know of Princess Yachts build and design whilst introducing a new benchmark to the market. With innovative use of interior and exterior space inspired by the Princess X95 and comparable to that of larger yachts, the Y95 sets a precedent for the future of Princess Yachts.

Developed in collaboration with Princess Yachts’ long-standing naval architect, olesinski, and Italian design house, Pininfarina, the Y95 enjoys an elegant deep-V hull design capable of piercing through waves whilst maintaining excellent seakeeping. Her efficient and exciting performance will make life at sea even more appealing. With a comfortable top speed of 25 knots, the Y95 is the epitome of taking time at your leisure to explore new destinations and the open blue. A fuel capacity of 13,400 litres can deliver a potential range in excess of 1000 nautical miles, making this the ideal craft for those longer journeys.

On board the Princess Y95, the flagship of the Y Class

Princess Yachts has created an extraordinary character with a beautifully fl owing side profile, enhancing the lines and form of the craft. The Princess Y95 offers outdoor living space comparable to a much larger craft, with a seamlessly connected interior similar to that seen on the M Class. Design attributes such as the side door access to the flybridge, the floor-to-ceiling window in the main saloon, and the largest hull window ever installed in a Princess, sets this craft miles ahead of the competition.

“The new Y Class flagship brings a new level of design and functionality to Princess. Elegant exterior profile lines and design details clothe the Y95, that offers class-leading seakeeping and efficiencies delivered by an all-new deep-V concept hull form with a wave-piercing bulbous bow.” Andy Lawrence, Design Director at Princess Yachts, said. “The Princess Y95 is a new offering to Princess owners looking to move to a bigger yacht at the cutting edge of marine design. It has new levels of functionality and a focus on living life on board with the master cabin larger than comparable sized yachts. Her innovative layout also brings a strong focus on the yacht’s beach club configuration. The Y95 shows that we continue to push the boundaries of yacht design for everyone on board, and reinforces our brand leadership position in the luxury yacht market.”

The character of the Y95

The exterior decks of the Y95 off er a panoramic viewing platform to the world around you, with areas to relax in abundance. Her teak-laid transom, stairs, flybridge and main decks wrap around the body of the yacht, connecting the external spaces seamlessly. From the spacious cockpit, onboard crew can access their private quarters as well as the engine room – transom doors provide direct access to the garage where the electro-hydraulic door reveals a spacious tender garage or beach club, depending on the configuration chosen. At a higher vantage point, the flybridge offers a beautiful dining area seating up to 10 guests, with flexible freestanding furniture giving the ability to laze under the sun. Large sliding glass doors off er a warm invitation to step inside from the cockpit, where the main deck saloon features an impressive U-shaped seating area with a coffee table, plus further forward a dining area for 10 guests. From here, panoramic views can be enjoyed via her full-height windows with the ability to close the blinds for an evening of rest and relaxation. Below deck, there is ample crew accommodation, including an en suite Captain’s cabin with double bed, ensuring each crew member on board is made to feel at home. A full-beam master stateroom occupies the forward area of the main deck, complemented by a large en suite and sofa area.

Combining the classic motor yacht design of the Princess Y85, with the immeasurable space found on board the new Princess X95, this new addition to the Princess range will bring with it elegant architectural innovation.