Ever since her launch in 2008, the Princess V62 has taken the sports yacht market by storm receiving accolades and awards globally for her class leading combination of exhilarating performance and exceptional accommodation. With her stunning good looks, agile and responsive handling and incredibly spacious interior she epitomises everything that is V Class and the new second generation model delivers all of this – and more.
The new V62-S brings with her an astonishing list of specification improvements and cosmetic enhancements to what was already an outstanding sports yacht. The aft cockpit has been increased in length to provide an even greater space in which to entertain or relax with generous seating around a beautifully detailed teak dining table. New hull glazing enhances both her exterior styling and interior ambience with large midships windows now angled to complement her sleek and sporty profile.
Inside she is light, contemporary and beautifully finished with the finest materials and intricate detailing used throughout to complement her elegant and sophisticated style. The main deck saloon is wonderfully spacious with panoramic windows, low level furniture and an incredible large sunroof and slim framed sliding doors connect the saloon to the cockpit to create one beautifully large entertaining space. With the doors closed however, this space can also be the perfect respite from the heat of the day.
The lower saloon features a dining area for more formal entertaining serviced by the galley opposite which is equipped to cater for an extended stay on board and large enough to accommodate a full height fridge/freezer. Owners and guests are equally well catered for in the three well appointed cabins including a wonderfully light and spacious en-suite owner’s cabin which makes full use of her generous full beam.
Launching at the PSP Southampton Boat Show in September, the new V62-S promises to strengthen Princess’ position at the forefront of the sector with what is sure to be another highly acclaimed and market leading sports yacht.
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