In the world of luxury yachting, no name is more recognised than that of Princess Yachts. These vessels have been handcrafted in their UK factory in Plymouth for nearly 60 years, which means every inch of these impressive boats has been meticulously inspected and built with the modern yacht owner in mind.
Princess Yachts are often at home on a weekend jaunt around the Mediterranean or cruising the UK coasts, but their larger models are made to go even further afield, becoming a luxury home on the water, with amenities and technology designed for comfort and leisure.
Take a look at the 10 current largest Princess Yachts available on the market, and find out why bigger definitely means better for these large boats.
1. Princess Y72
74ft 9in (22.80m)
The Princess Y-Class focusses on luxury design, with attention paid to natural light and detailed finishing. The smallest of this range is the Y72, which still offers an impressive amount of space as a >70 foot yacht.
The onboard flexibility of the Princess Y72 can be felt through its adaptable fixtures and fittings, that cater to your preference. The sociable layout of the main saloon combines a bar area and open plan galley, complemented by a state-of-the-art Naim audio system. Glass sliding doors connect the saloon and cockpit, with an integrated opening window aft for the galley. The transom boasts a spacious area for water sports, complete with a foldaway swim ladder and shower. There’s a blend of modern and classic tones throughout, with light woods, and panoramic windows, the yacht offers an enviable space to enjoy summer days.
The engineered hull form of the Y72 even enhances fuel efficiency, performance, and maximises the onboard space while ensuring premium guest comfort regardless of sea conditions.
2. Princess S72
75ft 9in (23.09m)
One of the newest additions to the Princess Yachts fleet, which is already attracting a lot of interest in the yachting world. The Princess S72 forms part of the coveted Sportsbridge range from the S-Class. These sports boats offer an exhilarating experience, without sacrificing any of its generous interior accommodation, with facilities for entertaining, and relaxing.
Recognised by its sleek profile, full-length hull windows, and twin MAN V12 engines, this large yacht delivers dynamic performance at speeds up to 36 knots. The cockpit features a unique U-shaped seating area, folding teak table, and servery unit for entertainment. Triple-sliding saloon doors seamlessly connect the interior and exterior, while the galley and bar create a smooth transition between spaces. Below deck, four ensuite cabins provide luxurious accommodation, and the sportsbridge offers outdoor living with a dining area and wet bar. The foredeck boasts innovative sunbeds, and the stern accommodates a spacious garage for water toys.
3. Princess V78
80ft 4in (24.48m)
Introduced in 2019, the V-Class of Princess Yachts brought a design incorporating a deep V-hull, allowing for speed and handling on a range of large yachts, with the familiar Princess luxury design throughout.
The Princess V78 is seen as the flagship of the V-Class, with its craftsmanship and attention to detail evident as soon as you step aboard. The V78 offers a grand central access from the bathing platform to the flexible seating in the cockpit and spacious galley aft arrangement, made for socializing and entertaining. With a top speed of up to 39 knots, the V78 delivers impressive performance and agility, thanks to its resin-infused hull. There’s a hydraulic transom platform with a 4.45m tender garage and integrated launch system as a base for enjoying watersports. The titular deep V-hull maximizes space and ensures top speeds with efficiency, and the sleek exterior features knife-shaped hull windows and a progressive canopy styling blade. Its outdoor spaces are designed for adaptability, while the interiors boast meticulous craftsmanship and attention to detail, with creative solutions and seamless transitions between all spaces. The lower deck accommodates 8 people across 4 berths, each with a private en-suite. The master stateroom stands out with panoramic window flooding you with natural light.
4. Princess S78
80ft 11in (24.66m)
The next in the large yachts from the S-Class is the S78. This yacht leaves a lasting impression, with central access from the hydraulic bathing platform and intelligently designed cockpit modular seating, to the foredeck area, boasting innovative seating with convertible sunpads. The spacious exterior deck areas are designed for water sports and outdoor living, including a large, hydraulically powered transom and various seating areas to relax, socialize, and enjoy the ocean views.
Inside, the main deck saloon is expansive and seamlessly connects to the outside world through full-length side windows. Dynamic lines and comfortable seating invite relaxation while enjoying the world-class audiovisual systems developed in partnership with NAIM.
This sportbridge yacht offers a sizable free-standing seating area with a table, wet bar, and optional lava brick barbecue, with ample space for entertaining guests. And the Bowers & Wilkins waterproof speakers are ready to start the ambience for any occasion.
In the lower deck, eight guests are accommodated in four exquisitely appointed ensuite cabins, all bathed in natural light from the hull glazing. The Princess S78 also includes an additional twin cabin aft for occasional guests or crew. The familiar accents of the Princess Design Studio, such as soft angled geometric furniture and hand-stitched feature panels, along with innovative metal inlays and marble tops, highlight the yacht as a worthy and exciting member of the S-Class.
5. Princess X80
82ft 7in (25.18m)
One of the newest yachts available from Princess. The X-Class was introduced in 2020 as Princess’ evolution of the M-Class, ushering in a new era of luxury superyacht. These are Superfly Yachts that incorporate every aspect of Princess Yachts into their spacious designs.
Only the second yacht to be released as part of the X Class ‘Superfly’ family; the X80 has an extended flybridge deck and enclosed wheelhouse, boasting impressive design and increased interior space. The optional main deck master stateroom adds exclusivity, while optimized engineering ensures a comfortable ride, excellent seakeeping, and long-range cruising. The Princess X80’s stature is defined by enhanced features and a seamless ‘S’ shaped canopy. Inside, large windows illuminate the main deck’s saloon, galley, and dining area. Accommodations include a master cabin for 2 on the upper deck and 4 guest cabins below. This exceptional yacht offers a unique experience in its size range, and is popularly considered to be a “mini superyacht“.
6. Princess S80
83ft 5in (25.425m)
The Princess S80 is the latest addition to the S Class sportbridge range. Designed in collaboration with naval architects Olesinski and Pininfarina, it showcases Princess’ sweeping design language. The versatile layout offers owner operation or discreet crewed setup, with an open saloon or enclosed helm and crew accommodation for up to 3. Full-length windows, high bulwarks, and a teak deck define its flagship status. The cockpit features a garage, sunpads, and configurable seating, while sliding doors connect the exterior and interior. The lower deck offers four en-suite cabins, including a full-beam master stateroom. The sportbridge provides impressive outdoor living space, and the S80 is equipped with powerful engines for efficient performance and control options for challenging sea conditions.
7. Princess Y80
83ft 8in (25.495m)
The Y80 is a refined addition to the Y-Class range, offering elegant proportions and a timeless aesthetic. With its generous beam and voluminous main deck, it provides ample space and uninterrupted flow throughout. The exterior seamlessly connects the main deck to the flybridge, which features seating, dining areas, and a sunpad. The foredeck contains additional seating and another convertible sunpad. Below deck, you’ll find four en-suite cabins for up to eight guests, along with crew quarters. Typical of the Y-Class, you’ll find versatility; combining volume, maneuverability, and adaptability to varying weather conditions, all within the scope of the Princess Y80.
8. Princess Y85
Designed in collaboration with naval architects Olesinksi and Pininfarina, the Princess Y85 is a contemporary masterpiece, and welcome addition to the large yachts from the Y-Class. Combining luxury and craftsmanship, with a top speed of 31 knots and a deep-V hull, she offers exceptional performance and stability. The Y85 features a flexible galley arrangement, spacious interior, and a flybridge for al-fresco living. Her main deck provides panoramic views and a customizable layout, while below deck, four ensuite cabins accommodate up to 8 guests, supported by separate crew quarters. The master cabin is a highlight, flooded with natural light. Cutting-edge technology, including a Naim audio system, enhances the onboard experience.
It’s easy to fall in love with Y-Class, and even easier when it comes to the Y85.
9. Princess X95
Only of the two masterpiece models currently available in the X-Class of Princess Yachts. The groundbreaking Princess X95, a Super Flybridge yacht that redefines luxury and design, has been made in collaboration with the renowned naval architect Bernard Olensinski and Italian design powerhouse Pininfarina.
The X95 stands out with its striking exterior, similar to the Princess R35, and a unique open-concept layout that maximizes socializing and panoramic views. With a fuel capacity of 13,400 litres, this yacht offers an extensive cruising range for adventurous, extended voyages. The interior is designed for ultimate relaxation, featuring a full-beam master stateroom and three guest rooms accommodating up to six guests. Generous crew quarters ensure impeccable service, with a crew mess and accommodation for up to four crew members.
Experience the future of yacht design with the extraordinary Princess X95, one of the biggest boats from one of the best yacht makers.
10. Princess Y95
95ft 6in (29.1m)
Introducing the largest of the Y Class range, and currently the largest Princess Yacht in production. Combining the elegance of the Y Class with the modern styling of the X95, this yacht offers a class-leading experience. Designed with a state-of-the-art hull form, the Y95 glides effortlessly through any weather, reaching speeds up to 24 knots. Its spacious and configurable layout, along with a large transformer bathing platform and optional ‘beach club,’ ensure maximum enjoyment on the water. This large yacht features ample crew accommodation, including an en-suite Captain’s cabin, and below deck, guests will find luxurious and private cabins, each with its own en-suite as well. The exterior design showcases expansive hull windows, providing breathtaking panoramic views.
With impressive space and stunning interiors, the Princess Y95 sets a new standard in luxury yachting.