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Princess Yachts


On the edge of the English Channel lies the city of Plymouth, where Princess Yachts was established in 1965. Today, the Princess shipyards cover an area of over 1.1 million square metres, a region rich in British oceanic heritage. To be fair, South Yard, where their X Class super flybridge yachts are built, is an old maritime yard dating all the way back to the seventeenth century. From the outset, their aim has been to precisely shape their yachts to the full satisfaction of their owners. This dedication and meticulousness is reflected in their highly trained staff in Plymouth. More than 3,000 people, each with their own expertise. The internal culture of Princess and the constant further development of their yachts ensure that they not only build the most absolutely progressive yachts in the world, but also with an incredibly high level of finish and quality.

The Princess 42 had set the benchmark for others

In the past, Princess Yachts launched the Princess 42 and immediately set the benchmark for other 40ft flybridge cruisers, mainly because it dominated in convenience, style and quality. Many other brands have adopted elements of this yacht.

The optimal layout and space in and on the boat are renowned. The cherry wood finish and beautiful cream-coloured calfskin. The wonderfully comfortable interior made everyone fall head over heels in love. The functional full flybridge provided a clear overview for the captain.

Being underway with the Princess 42 is still fantastic. It seems as if the hull does not care about the water. It is as if it is her best friend. Quickly reacting to every movement of the rudder and then moving forward just as steadily.

At Luxury Yachts Specialist, we offer the same quality standard when it comes to maintenance, support and purchasing advice. We offer a broad range of yachts.