Britain’s Princess Yachts has announced the latest member of its F Class family, the new Princess F55.
Princess Yachts says its F Class range is focused on entertaining, efficiency in space and performance. The new F55 has been designed by the Princess Design Studio in collaboration with naval architects Olesinski. The builder says the F55 “exudes a new standard of refinement, featuring enriched upholstery and timber finishes, inlaid polished stainless steel and the latest Princess styling.”
The new F55 has a new hull window graphic and additional canopy styling blade, available with optional paint contrast to provide a sporty aesthetic similar to the Princess V50 and V55. The yacht is equipped with twin Volvo D13-900 engines providing speeds up to 33 knots, in addition to a deep-V resin-infused hull.
The cockpit features a sociable U-shaped dining area, while the cockpit servery unit connects to the galley unit to help integrate the two entertainment areas. Below deck, there is a master stateroom with dressing table, breakfast area and ensuite 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.
Princess says that there is an emphasis on comfort and expansive living areas, with a selection of four timber options available to co-ordinate with any colour scheme. Fresh offwhite, pale grey and taupe line-out materials act as a neutral background and complement wooden selections. Technology onboard 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.