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Changes to make the Princess 60 even more impressive.

In order to ensure that the latest technological and design advances are incorporated across the whole range of Princess Yachts, significant changes and improvements are planned for the Princess 60.

The changes incorporate all-new interior furniture profiles, linings and materials – learning some important lessons from the our latest new product launches.

Some of the biggest changes also include:

Two flybridge layouts:

1. The standard boat will adopt the latest Princess-style flybridge layout with a larger seating area aft (with 3-piece teak table) and L-shaped seat/convertible sunbed forward. The flybridge console has updated styling and will now accept the latest Raymarine e165 screen as well as the Furuno TZT 14 as required.

2. Princess 60’s fitted with a hardtop will retain the existing 2013 Princess 60 flybridge layout with seating amidships (under the hardtop) and a separate sunpad aft.

Other changes include those to the saloon side windows which have been increased significantly with a more slender “spear” between them so as to give both more open views and a more dynamic look to the boat. The larger windows have been achieved by using a single piece of glazing spanning both upper and lower sections.

The main deck saloon now features a straight settee of increased length in place of the port side angled settee. This allows a much greater feeling of style and space and also enables the standard TV to be upgraded to a 40″ HD LED model (previously 32″).

Cockpit and saloon upholstery takes on the latest Princess styling and throughout the new Princess 60 the latest lining materials have been used to give a fresh sophisticated feel. The helm console area has also been changed to slate brown to coordinate with this theme.

The first new Princess 60 will be available to view in Plymouth at the end of this year,so please contact one of our sales offices if you would like to view the boat.

The boat will first be exhibited first in March 2014 at the Moscow boat show.