Princess launches three new V models
Princess has launched its V65, V60 and V50 sports yachts with deep-V hulls for smooth handling.
The sculpted form of the V65 – shaped from lightweight, resin-infused composite material – is optimised for greater lift and less drag, leading to lower planing speeds and greater efficiency and designed to ensure less fuel is burned.
The exterior of the model is distinct, with contemporary hull windows and coloured canopy styling blades.
Both the V65 and V60 feature spacious cockpits, sun pads and well-equipped dining areas leading to aft galleys.
The V65 can accommodate eight guests in four cabins and the V60, six guests in three cabins.
The models can achieve speeds of up to 38 knots.
The V50 has the option of an enclosed or open main deck configuration with L-shaped seating or sun pad aft leading to the saloon and helm seating.
Flexibility is offered with the lower deck saloon, which can be used as an entertaining space or converted to a double berth.
There is the added option of specifying this area with a third cabin.
It is powered by twin Volvo IPS 600 engines and can reach speeds up to 32 knots.
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