Behind-the-scenes timelapse shows Princess 35M build

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Princess Yachts has released a behind-the-scenes timelapse video that shows how its latest superyacht, the Princess 35M, was built

Superyacht construction is normally a highly secretive process, but Princess Yachts has bucked that trend with its latest video, which takes us behind the scenes of the construction of the Princess 35M.

The three-minute clip gives a glimpse into what goes into making one of these 115ft vessels, starting with the hull moulding and infusion.

Next up, the superstructure begins to take shape, the engines are installed and finally there’s a close-up look at the interior design.

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The Princess 35M was unveiled to the public at last week’s Cannes Yachting Festival (September 8 – 13) and is the second-largest model ever to come out of the Plymouth yard.

Powered by either twin Caterpillar C32s or a choice of MTU engines, this raised pilot-house design is capable of a top speed of 27 knots.

To see behind the scenes of the Princess 35M construction process, click on the video above.

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