New kid on the block Princess V62

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The Princess V- range has endured a strong successful growth in the past decade, and to continue this success and strengthen the range, they have added the V62 which slots in nicely between the V58 and V72.

A contrast of style and elegance built upon a racing thoroughbred deep V hull design. The V62 engulfs all of the traits we have grown to expect from Princess Yachts.

The V62 uses the latest advanced deep V hull design compelled with conventional drive added to the performance output of 2400hp the V62 is set to deliver true V Class performance with class leading handling, ideal for comfortable long range high speed cruising. 

 

The V62 will combine performance and versatility of hard top sports yachts benefiting from large volume accommodation spaces at main deck saloon and lower dining area. The main deck saloon is elegantly finished using low level contemporary furniture and is linked to a large open cockpit through triple sliding glass doors.

The lower accommodation consists of a full-beam en-suite stateroom, an en-suite VIP stateroom forward and a large twin cabin to starboard. There is also the option of a single berth crew cabin aft.

On deck a flexible entertaining space includes a wetbar and barbeque and a central sunbed above the aft garage that accommodates either a rigid inflatable or wetbike.

The V62 blends performance and style beautifully and will give customers that additional choice when considering sports yachts in this highly competitive market sector.

Watch the V62 in video action at

www.worldsportsboats.ning.com

Pictures supplied by Princess Yachts International

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3 thoughts on “New kid on the block Princess V62

  1. Nice review and the Princess V62 is a fantastic yacht just happened to be on board one the other week she is beautiful inside and out just wish the weather had been better.

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  2. Great review, I happened to have a lucky run beside a V62 she looks fantastic and she moves very quick for a craft of her size, great lines and a testament to princess yachts growing range. anyone know if she will be at the london boat show in January?

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  3. Love princess yachts am lucky to live near to where they make them so always get to see the new models as they are roled out and test them in plymouth sound. Keep up the good work WSB!

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