The Princess 64 exemplifies all things “Gran Turismo”
Tuesday 17th December 2013
The term Gran Turismo is now synonymous with high style, fantastic performance and luxury. The Princess 64 has all these credentials and more. The elegance and grace is clear to see; the look contemporary yet classic.
As you board the boat from one of the twin transom gates, you are immediately greeted by a generously proportioned cockpit. But that is not the only outside space and the huge flybridge, with its large sunpad aft, provides a commanding vista and wonderful entertaining space. An overhead bimini ensures that this area can be enjoyed no matter how strong the midday sun.
Real opulence awaits inside the boat. Sumptuous fabrics and fastidiously crafted walnut woodwork create a cool haven of light and space.
Rare in this class, the Princess 64 not only has a four cabin layout but this has been achieved without compromising on quality. The en-suite VIP cabin and two further guest cabins will ensure that your guests feel very spoiled. The owner’s full beam mid cabin is nothing short of palatial and the accommodation throughout is more ’boutique hotel’ than ‘motor yacht’, once again affirming that Princess yachts are about both style and substance.
With the deep V hull design and two powerful Caterpillar 1150hp engines, the Princess 64 thunders through challenging sea conditions effortlessly and confidently. 25 knots is an effortless cruise.
To quote from a review of the Princess 64 that featured in Motor Boat & Yachting magazine , this is “Everything you ever wanted from a boat, but were afraid to ask”.
If you would like more information on the Princess 64, please contact our sales team on +44 (0) 1489 557755 or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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