Princess Yachts officially announced the all-new luxury Princess S72. The latest addition to the S Class range was unveiled at Boot Düsseldorf 2023.
Princess Yachts invites eager anticipators to explore the all-new Princess S72. The new model was unveiled at the 2023 Boot Düsseldorf show. The S72 is the latest addition to the stunning S Class range. The latest sport model dazzled attenders of the show for a spectacular global launch. The all-new model features stunning styling lines and, as expected, exceptional performance.
The Princess S72 features strong and extended styling lines. These stunning lines mirror those of the other Princess S Class models. The all-new model boasts twin MAN V12 engines at 1650 or 1800 horsepower. She also maintains a resin-infused deep-V hull. These features allow for the delivery of a dynamic performance and smooth handling. The latest beauty reaches speeds up to 36 knots.
Exceptional Performance & Layout
The Princess S72 cockpit features a U-shaped seating area with modular seating. It also contains a folding teak table and server unit. This is the perfect place to entertain, or to sit back and enjoy the yacht’s exhilarating performance. The bar connects to the galley unit to create an almost seamless transition from outside to in. There is a glass window partition which folds up from the unit below. This partition provides server access when entertaining. Designed for sociable living, the saloon contains a large L-shaped dining. The dining area lays opposite the equipped galley. This leads to a cavernous main deck saloon. This saloon contains a U-shaped sofa and a Princess Design Studio coffee table. It also maintains an elegant sideboard unit. It contains a 55” UHD LED TV on rise and fall, plus companion seating with fold out table opposite the main helm.
Below deck, eight guests enjoy four beautiful cabins. Three of these are en-suite. All cabins bathe in natural light from elegant hull glazing. There is a further twin cabin with en-suite aft for occasional guests or crew. A staircase leads from the main deck to the full-beam owner’s stateroom amidships. There is also a private lobby area in the lower.