Latest Princess 35M will slip between 32M and 40M and will hit 27 knots with largest engines
Princess is not holding back in its superyacht development, with a new 35M to be added to its M-Class range next year.
Vast areas of glazing guarantee a light, open feeling on the main deck, which ends in a master stateroom forward that doesn’t scrimp on the floorspace.
Entry into this spectacular suite is through an ante-room that can be fitted out as a library, TV room or office.
Two walk-in wardrobes, substantial headroom and in the forepeak a bathroom with separate bath and shower complete the owner’s accommodation.
The standard layout below decks is for three double guest cabins, with a further three ensuite cabins forward for crew.
The sense of space in the saloon is enhanced by full-height windows and drop-down balconies either side of the seating.
Up top, a large bar and ample seating will swallow your guests on passages, and for a touch of decadence a hot tub can be specced.
A seating and dining area on the foredeck will offer privacy when berthed stern-to, and is designed so crew can manage berthing duties without passing through it.
A hi-lo swimming platform aft will provide that coveted ‘beach club’ feel, while there’s room for a 5.65m tender in the garage.
There are three engine options, with the biggest MTU 16V 2000 M94 diesels providing an impressive maximum speed of 27 knots.