Princess Yachts reveals design for 30M

The 100-footer has been designed to be the entry point to the Princess M Class fleet

Princess has revealed the design for its latest M Class yacht, which is currently under construction in Plymouth.

The Princess 30M is due to hit the water next year and will be the smallest model in the M Class fleet.

That’s not to say that it’s small by any means, with the 100ft hull housing five double en-suite rooms in a pilot house layout.

Princess anticipates that the 30M will cruise at speeds approaching 30 knots, while the stern garage will be able to accommodate up to 4.5m-long tenders.

Optional extras include a flybridge spa bath, and Princess will match every buyer up with a design studio consultant to help create the right configuration.

From a technical point of view, a pair of 40kw generators will take care of the on-board electrics, while the hydraulics system will power the thrusters, stabilisers and twin anchor winches.

We’ll have to wait until 2015 to see the real thing, but these design images (above) give a tantalising glimpse at the next Princess superyacht.

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