Princess Yachts America (formerly known as Viking Sport Cruisers) was formed in 1995 in the interest of introducing a new class of luxury performance cruising yachts to the American market. Built by Princess Yachts International in Plymouth, England, there are currently several models available for immediate delivery. Galati Yacht Sales can show you these impressive Princess Yachts.
The Princess S72, first introduced in 2014, is the first model of Princess’ “Sportsbridge or S Class” and blends her sporty looks with performance and speed.
The open flybridge of the Princess S72 is nothing less than spectacular with dual station instrumentation and controls, a wetbar with sink, electric barbecue, and top loading coolbox, along with L-shaped seating that converts to a sunbed. The cockpit features u-shaped seating with teak folding table, sunbed aft with garage below, wetbar plus transom access to crew quarters. If you need to get out of the weather or just need a break from the sun, the lower helm station boasts twin helm seats and full engine instrumentation. The deck saloon incorporates an entertainment center, refrigerator/ice maker and u-shaped sofa plus coffee table. An impressive option on the S72 is the powered opening roof. Below decks, there is a large galley with full-size refrigerator, an owner’s stateroom, and two guest staterooms all with en suite bathrooms.
The handling of the S72’s deep-V hull feels impossibly light and strong. Coupled with powerful engines, she’ll propel you to a breathtaking 37 knots with assured control.
The S-Class categoriz by its sleek lines, sculpted hull, and extensive cockpit. The S60 was designed to have all this and more. It’s optimized hull form was created to achieve the highest amount of efficiency allowing top knot speeds to be reached with grace.
The large stern garage allows for water toys to easily stow away and quickly accessible. The open floor plan in the dining area and main deck showcases designs with the entertainer in mind. The sliding doors and fully opening window allows the passengers to experience the entire atmosphere surrounding the S60.
In addition, below deck, there are 6 luxurious accommodations for guests. A full-beam master stateroom and 2 additional guest staterooms providing space and privacy.
Ideal for the cruising family. Yet with space and style for elegant entertaining. The Princess 43 Flybridge Yacht sets a new class standard for comfort and performance in an exquisite, timeless design.
The spacious main deck features a well-equipped galley. With generous seating and dining area aft that can convert to a double berth for occasional guests. Below deck, there are two luxurious en suite cabins. A forward master stateroom and a twin guest cabin that can be specified with electrically-sliding berths to convert into a double when required.
You can see the 43FY at the 2018 Miami Boat Show.
The new V40 follows suit with voluminous space, exceptional sea keeping ability, and dynamic exterior that the V Class is known for. The spacious cockpit showcases designs for entertaining in style. It showcases a well-equipped wet bar and U-shaped seating accompanied by a beautiful teak table. Aft is a generous teak swim platform perfect for jumping in and enjoying the water.
Also, below deck, the port light windows flood the salon and cabins with natural light. Her spacious salon and well-equipped galley provide sumptuous entertaining space for family and friends to enjoy. Her two well-appointed cabins provide contemporary styling with a private oasis for owners and guests. Forward, the master stateroom features a large double bed and ample storage as well as an ensuite head. Aft, the guest stateroom has twin berths that can easily convert to a double for additional accommodations.
In conclusion, every beautiful Princess is crafted and finished at the Plymouth, England shipyards. Which enables Princess to consistently monitor quality throughout each build. In addition, every new yacht produced for Princess Yachts America is built to ABYC Standards and the United States Coast Guard’s Office of Boating Safety recommendations