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Fresh from the drawing boards: the new-style Princess 75 motor yacht

UK builder Princess Yachts presents its new Princess 75 Motor Yacht design. The 24 metre motor yacht shows off a new porthole shape, and she is designed to be extremely efficient.

Princess says the 75 Motor Yacht’s modified deep-V hull enables it to get up on plane at lower speeds. Three engine choices are provided, and the top end twin 1,800hp MAN V12s will provide a top speed of 35 knots.

The flybridge hosts seating on either side of the upper helm, providing excellent panoramas, while U-shaped seating and a dining table gives an al fresco option up top. The flybridge also has sunpads, a wetbar and there’s an option to add a hot tub or install a crane to launch a tender from here.

The aft cockpit offers a second spacious al fresco entertaining area and opens directly into the spacious main saloon. The interior of the 75 Motor Yacht is designed with a focus on letting natural light in, thanks to the huge glazing stretching from floor to ceiling and wrapping around the windshield. A sliding glass door that separates the galley from the dining saloon further accentuates this theme of letting light in. The saloon features a contemporary design motif.

The Princess 75 Motor Yacht will accommodate six guests in three cabins on the forward lower deck, all of which are en suite, while a separate stairwell leads to the owner’s suite amidships, comprising a bedroom, dressing area and en suite.

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