British Marine and environmental charity the Environment Investigation Agency are to meet next week to discuss teak compliance issues.
San Remo based Princess Yachts Italia will represent Princess Yachts as the sole distributor for the region.
Princess Yachts has partnered with Ben Ainslie Racing (BAR) Technologies on a mid-30ft yacht designed for speed, efficiency and new technology.
Two of Britain's superyacht builders have been building boats using illegitimate teak from Myanmar.
Princess will launch its V65 sports yacht with speeds of up to 38 knots in January 2018 at boot Düsseldorf.
Building a globally recognised brand and more than 50 years of involvement in all aspects of the business have led to David King being awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award.
A new 24/7 international SOS service is to be launched at TheYachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show.
Speed and style are combined in the Princess 62 yacht which has a luxurious interior and can reach speeds up to 32 knots.
Princess Yachts has reported a 25% increase in retail sales in 2016, halving the company’s operating loss for the year.
The latest Princess 55 yacht will make its debut at the TheYachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show this September.
Princess is to collaborate with Williams Jet Tenders to produce a Princess Edition tender.
Princess Yachts is to collaborate with the Marine Conservation Society (MCS), to support and sustain marine environments.
The luxury yacht market is thriving after the Brexit vote says two of Britain’s largest boatbuilders.
Princess Yachts has confirmed it is to take on up to 100 new staff as it announces a return to profitability and a £55m investment programme.
Southampton 2016 will be remembered as the boat show that posed worrying but as yet unanswered questions writes Peter Poland. How will Brexit affect the British marine industry (let alone the rest of the economy)?
The UK’s superyacht industry is buoyant and growing, despite the uncertainty and financial volatility surrounding the EU referendum according to figures released by British Marine.
Princess Yachts has a 12-yacht line up at the 2016 Southampton Boat Show with two a global launches, the 49 and the V58 and two show debuts.
PRINCESS 49: Princess Yachts will preview its first flybridge yacht with IPS at the British Motor Yacht Show in Swanwick from 20 to 22 May.
ACQUISITION: Princess has signed the lease for a 15 acre (six hectare) waterfront site at South Yard, Plymouth. Part of the famous Devonport Naval base, this facility has been acquired to enable Princess to start building its new range of large yachts.
REDUNDANCIES: Princess Yachts announced on 22 May it was to move its redundancy plans on a stage at the end of its 90-day consultation period by laying off more than 300 of its workers.
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