Princess has made several enhancements to the flybridge layout. Twin helm seats are now fitted as standard and customers can choose to fit optional free- standing furniture in place of the standard sunpad aft. The forward J-shaped seating to starboard has been enlarged and now converts to a sunbed while the forward port side seating as been reconfigured to a single lounger and the wetbar has been restyled.
In the main deck salon, a new crockery unit has been integrated forward of the starboard seating while on the lower deck the owner’s bathroom has been redesigned to improve ease of movement. The toilet has been relocated to the aft bulkhead and can be optionally specified as a combination toilet and bidet.
The first 75 Motor Yacht bound for the US will finish production in August and will make her US debut at the 2016 Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show.
Her elegant exterior styling conceals a voluminous interior and her latest modified deep-V hull will enable her to plane early and offer a wide range of efficient cruising speeds under various conditions.
Natural light flows into the main deck salon through extended window lines and a unique full-height window on the port side makes the free standing dining area a spectacular space to entertain. Sliding glass panels sepa
rate the galley from the open-plan living space. Furthermore, the stunning contemporary design of the salon opens to the well-equipped cockpit via flush sliding patio doors providing a spacious single entertaining area.
All three guest cabins forward on the lower deck are en-suite whilst a dedicated staircase leads to the owner’s stateroom amidships via a private lobby and features a dressing area, en-suite bathroom, and 46” TV. The crew enjoys natural light in the comfortable twin cabin and they’ve managed to fit-out the crew lobby with an optional microwave and dedicated refrigerator.