Enjoy a luxurious, spirited dash across the ocean with Princess’ V Class Range

After the success of the award-winning V58 and V40, British manufacturer of Princess superyachts has further expanded its V Class range to include yet another three new sports yacht models – V65, V60 and V50 for water enthusiasts.

Nov 06, 2017 | By Andrea Sim

The exterior view of V65 shows clean flowing lines outlined by the spear-less double curvature deckhouse glazing, fitted with contemporary hull windows as well as coloured canopy styling blades

Based in Plymouth, England, Princess Yachts is more than a showcase; it has an enviable reputation for blending all the traditional qualities of undeniable craftsmanship, refinement and luxury into their range of Princess V Class. Such design concepts are distinct properties of the V Class Range as seen in the V65 sports yacht.

The V65 luxury super yacht emphasises on voluminous space, lightweight, resin-infused composite material, optimised for higher lift and lesser drag, as well as planning hull at low speed and greater efficiency and enhanced fuel economy.

Powered by two Man V12 engines, the adrenaline-fuelling sports yacht V65 can reach a speed range of 36 to 38 knots, needed for dynamic acceleration – one that delivers speed, efficiency, agility and poise.

Hand stitched upholstery complements the fine detailing of the soft angled geometry furniture

Over at the cockpit area, Princess V65 boasts a specific signature V Class styling and hand stitched helm seats in Nero Black leather with Brown Taupe detailing. The combination of materials and timbers are used throughout the modern-stylish interior layout, injected with a creative flair as captured perfectly by the soft edges and facetted geometry that defines the interior joinery. The overall fashion lines run smoothly through the internal bulkheads and headlining contrasting with the carefully selected V Class colour palette.

Featuring the Saloon View of Princess V60 sportsyacht

Each of the model yachts also has a well-equipped dining area leading to a fully equipped aft galley. Over at the sun pads, both V65 and V60 yachts are designed to look like a huge terrace indicating a perfect sanctuary to relax and whisk away stress.

At the lower deck of V65, it consists of four beautifully crafted cabins offering a natural view. The large living space within can hold up to eight guests in four cabins while V60 can accommodate about six guests in three cabins. Another main highlight of the V Class Range is that the flexible deck saloon models can be climate controlled or opened to the elements via sliding doors and a retractable sunroof.

The full beam master stateroom of the V50 has an inviting sanctuary whilst the forward cabin enjoys the option of scissor berths

The new V50 is powered by two Volvo IPS 600 engines that can reach speeds up to 32 knots. This sports yacht offers all the flexibility needed for prospects to choose between an enclosed or open main deck configuration, the option to retain the lower deck saloon as an entertaining space or convert it to a double berth, or even specify this area with a third cabin. The saloon in V50 offers L-shaped seating or sunpad aft leading to the spacious and airy saloon and helm seating.

What can be more satisfying than to dwell in entertainment onboard and appreciate the beauty of the sea and have a great time out indulging at the coastal kitchen, the V65, V60 and V50 in the Princess V Class Range is built for elegant living and lavish recreation at its best. So, take your sailboat out and relish in the precious moment of tranquil and beautiful life in a marine environment.


Be first to see the dynamic V65 and V50 at Boot Düsseldorf in January 2018 followed by the V60 later in the spring.


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