Princess Yachts has announced that Anka, a Princess 40M, has been added to its international charter fleet
The largest Princess yacht built to date has been put up for charter, with prices starting at €135,000 (roughly £104,000) per week.
Anka, one of five Princess 40Ms built to date, will be available to hire from her berth on Cyprus. Launched last year at Princess Yachts’ Plymouth HQ, she stands out from the other 40Ms by dint of a striking turquoise hull.
An eight-metre beam makes for plenty of internal space, with en-suite accommodation for up to 12 guests. Key features include Fendi interior design, a main-deck master suite, six-person Jacuzzi, and a wide selection of toys, including SeaDoos, canoes, paddleboards, three SeaBob F5s, and snorkelling/Scuba gear.
A pair of MTU 12V 4000 M93L engines give a fast cruising speed of 20 knots. Winter cruising is limited to Greece and Cyprus, but during the summer season Anka will be available for chartering on the French and Italian rivieras as well.
To see more pictures of Anka, one of the largest Princess Yachts built to date, click on the gallery below: