Poised right in the middle of Princess Yachts’ flybridge range, the Princess F55 is big enough to pack in some impressive features, but small enough to be run by a couple.
In this video, shot at the 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival, Nick Burnham shows us around this 57ft flybridge, starting with the high-low bathing platform.
The cockpit on the Princess F55 is completely shaded by the upper deck overhang, something which is particularly welcome in the Cote d’Azur heat.
Moving forward and a lift-up window provides easy serving access from the Princess F55’s fully-stocked aft galley to the cockpit.
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All three guest cabins are accessed via the central companionway, which leads forward to a double VIP suite in the bow, as well as a decent-sized third cabin and the must-have full-beam owner’s suite.
As if that wasn’t enough, Princess has also fitted the F55 with an air-conditioned, en-suite crew cabin, although on a boat this size, you’re much more likely to park a moody teenager in there.
Enjoy the tour…
Princess F55 specifications
Length overall: 57ft 9in (17.6m)
Beam: 16ft 0in (4.87m)
Draft: 4ft 10in (1.46m)
Displacement: 24,600kg (54,234lbs)
Fuel capacity: 605 gal/726 US gal/2,750l
Water capacity: 134 gal/161 US gal/608l
Engines: Twin 800hp Volvo D13s
Top speed: 32.5 knots