Latest addition to Princess Yachts’ luxury M Class fleet
A new 100-footer from Princess Yachts is set to hit the water later this year. The Princess 30M will become the new entry-level superyacht in the Plymouth firm’s M Class fleet.
As with all M Class yachts, the interior is fitted out according to the owner’s requirements. The company’s design studio will work with the buyer to find the perfect finish, from hand-crafted cabinets to marble and granite bathrooms.
The 30M will have a main deck master suite forward, with three or four additional en suite guest cabins on the lower deck. It is designed so that the crew can operate discreetly, with independent access away from the guest areas.
The flybridge features flexible seating and is set beneath a hard top with integrated sunroof and is serviced by a full wetbar. There’s another bar in the aft cockpit, serving a seating area shaded beneath the flybridge overhang.
On the main deck, the saloon can be set up to suit a variety of dining and cruising styles, and there is the option of wide sliding doors that open to a balcony on the starboard side.
The 30M uses composite build technology, saving weight and allowing it to reach an expected cruising speed approaching 30 knots. There is a hydraulic bathing platform and a stern garage that can house a 15-foot tender, ideal for nipping ashore or for a spot of water-skiing.
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