Princess will showcase the first of its new M-class boats in London in January, the largest boat ever to exhibit inside ExCeL
Staking its claim well and truly on the superyacht industry, Princess Yachts will unveil its 32M at the 2011 Tullett Prebon London International Boat Show, the largest overall boat to ever display inside London ExCeL’s exhibition halls.
With an eye-watering length of 32 metres and at over 13 metres tall, squeezing it into the South Hall in preparation for January’s show will be no easy logistical feat.
Features of the 32M include vast saloon windows and sliding doors leading out to a drop-down balcony to starboard that offers a spectacular open vista.
The 32M heralds a new direction for Princess Yachts, which has recently been granted permission to transform the company’s South Yard site into a £45m superyacht facility.
The company hasn’t forgotten about the rest of us though, and it will also be exhibiting the Princess 64; its revised 42, which it first displayed in Southampton; together with its V52 and V56.