Out on deck, the expansive cockpit features a teak dining table and generous U-shaped seating. Teak-laid steps either side of the transom lead to the bathing platform which can be optionally fitted with a raise/lower mechanism to ensure easy stowage, launch and recovery of a tender.
For panoramic views, dining can also be enjoyed on the spacious flybridge where further seating surrounds a second alfresco dining table. Twin helm seats are complemented by a versatile ‘L’ shaped companion seat to starboard which can be easily converted into a sun bed.
As with all Princess craft, the interior is crisp and contemporary and finished to the highest quality to create an interior ambience of a much larger vessel. The beautifully styled main saloon is bright and airy with large wrap around windows providing panoramic views. The open-plan arrangement features a U-shaped sofa and coffee table, with additional seating to port and a separate raised dining area forward, opposite the well equipped galley, ensuring a highly sociable layout.
The lower accommodation comprises of three beautifully appointed cabins including a full beam master stateroom and a spacious forward guest cabin, both with generous en-suites. The latest resin infusion technology allows for a less intrusive stiffening structure, increasing the space available for accommodation below decks, whilst a new single pane hull window offers unrivalled views when away from port. An optional aft cabin is available with its own WC, incorporating a single bed for crew or occasional guests.