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A Truly Tranquil Environment – the New Princess F55

Wonderfully progressive, incredibly efficient, classically Princess – that’s the DNA of the F Class.  Offering the most technically advanced and spaciously proportioned flybridge yachts on the water, no wonder there’s a new addition to this award-winning range – the Princess F55.

Welcoming the new Princess F55, featuring the new exterior design language and enriched contemporary styling along with a strong focus on entertaining plus efficiency in both space and performance.  Reimagined by the Princess Design Studio in collaboration with long-standing naval architect collaborators Olesinski, the new Princess F55 features new refined exterior lines and interior finishes.

The restyled F55’s exterior design language is characterised by a new hull window graphic and additional canopy styling blade, available with optional paint contrast to provide a sporty aesthetic, also seen on the new Princess V50 and V55. Powered by twin Volvo D13-900 engines providing speeds up to 33 knots, coupled with a deep-V resin-infused hull, the F55 delivers dynamic and effortless seakeeping.

Its what’s on the inside that counts

Leading from the optional hydraulic bathing platform via twin access steps with new style Princess transom gates, the cockpit features a sociable U-shaped dining area.  As seen on larger yachts in the range, the cockpit servery unit connects to the galley unit, seamlessly integrating the two entertainment areas.  The spacious main deck saloon is accentuated by vast saloon windows, complemented by subtle accent lighting, soft fabric finishes and hand-stitched detailing.  A contemporary U-shaped sofa with convertible coffee/dining table and sofa adjacent, creates the perfect place to spend time with friends and family.

Below deck on the Princess F55, new expansive hull windows generously flood the three cabins with light, including the owner’s stateroom that features a dressing table, breakfast area and en-suite bathroom, a forward double guest cabin and starboard twin cabin with the option of a double bed conversion.  An optional single aft cabin with en-suite and storage is ideal for crew.

Elegantly shaped surfaces and precision layered geometry, define the interior to form a truly tranquil environment with meticulous attention to detail.  The emphasis on comfort and expansive living areas is visible throughout and there’s a selection of four timber options available to co-ordinate with any colour scheme.  Line-out materials in fresh off-white, pale grey and taupe act as a neutral background and complement all wood selections.

Premium technology abounds and includes Naim audio systems throughout, plus the option of a new Garmin On-Deck smart boat system for remote monitoring of selected on-board systems via a smartphone app.

Specification at a glance:

Length overall including pulpit:          58ft 0in (17.68m)

Beam:                                                   16ft 0in (4.87m)

Draft:                                                    4ft 7in (1.41m)

Speed:                                                  up to 32-34 knots

Accommodation:                                3 cabins for 6 guests

The new Princess F55 certainly packs a punch for its size, find out more online: