Princess X80 revealed

x80Following in the wake of the successful launch of the X95, Princess Yachts announced a new addition to the range. Due to take to the water next year, the X80 becomes the second member of the X Class ‘Superfly’ family.
The Princess X80 follows the X95 concept defined by large, adaptable spaces offering flexible accommodation. Yet again, Princess is boldly re-writing the rules of yacht design and architecture by incorporating the concept of a ‘super flybridge’ featuring extensive outdoor space, offering the owner & guests a real alfresco living opportunity. Let’s take a closer look at the expanding X-range’s newest arrival.

Princess X80

The X80 has been painstakingly designed to offer the most versatile and accommodating experience while keeping design and style at the forefront. Antony Sheriff, Executive Chairman, Princess Yachts, said: “The X Class’s groundbreaking architecture creates an entirely new product segment as Princess continues to push the boundaries of yacht design. The first X95 has just completed sea trials and her revolutionary design has caused a stir. Initial feedback makes it clear that we have great success on our hands. We have worked over the past two years to envelop all of the X95’s unique qualities into a more compact package. The X80 is just that, another bold step for Princess Yachts“. Princess Yachts’ long-standing partner, Olesinski, has again partnered with Italian design heavyweights Pininfarina to create the ultimate in avant-garde yacht design. Following the sophisticated sculpted surfaces & long flowing lines of the X95, the X80 represents a striking design concept whilst at the same time maintaining the well respected & internationally recognised classic Princess design language.

Princess X80 interior saloon

Over recent years there has been a quiet revolution in the methods used to design a Princess hull. Years of experience building fast and seaworthy hulls are now complemented by cutting edge simulation techniques. For the X80, this approach has led to efficiencies across the speed range whilst ensuring the highest levels of seakeeping and predictable handling. Fitted with twin MAN V12 1900’s the X80 will reach speeds up to 30 knots. The stature of the X80 profile is defined through the increased height of the bulwarks, topsides and enclosed wheelhouse. Her ‘S’ shaped canopy flows into the flybridge deck to balance the visual weight and disguise the volume of the expansive sky lounge.

Princess X80 exterior

The X80 brings the outside in through the maximisation of glazing which flows along the entire length of the main deck encasing the saloon, galley and forward dining area. The use of light and innovative design continues below decks where 8 guests are accommodated across 4 cabins, a full-beam master stateroom located amidships, a forward guest stateroom, a double guest to starboard and a twin cabin to port. Located aft of the main accommodation is the crew quarters which can accommodate 3 crew with the standard layout. The X Class is pushing the boundaries for the Plymouth yacht builder and continued expanding X-range is an exciting journey we look forward to following.

Princess X80 Exterior

PRINCIPAL DIMENSIONS
Length overall (incl.pulpit) 82’3” 25.08m
Length overall (excl. pulpit) 82’3” 25.08m
Moulded LOA 77’10” 23.72m
Beam 19’11“ 6.06m
Draft (at full load) approx. 5’10’’ 1.78m
Displacement approx (lightship) 61.6 tonnes
Displacement approx (half load) 71.9 tonnes
Fuel capacity 7000 litres / 1430 gal / 1717 USG
Water capacity (excl. calorifier) 1400 litres / 308 gal / 370 USG
Hot W ater calorifiers 200 litres/ 44 gallon / 53 USG
Black water tank 500 litres / 110 gal / 132 USG
ENGINES
MAN V12 (2 x 1650mhp) Maximum speed range – 26 – 28 knots†
MAN V12 (2 x 1900mhp) Maximum speed range – 29 – 31 knots†

Princess Yachts

One Comment on “Princess X80 revealed

  1. The super flybridge is a very cool look, the x95 looks massive close up, pictures don’t do it justice, and dare I say the enclosed large flybridges are a nice new look for Princess.

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