Superyacht Princess Too completes refit at Icon Yachts

The first photos have emerged today of 47.5 metre Feadship superyacht Princess Too fresh from her refit at Icon Yachts shipyard in The Netherlands.

Princess Too was launched by Feadship's Royal van Lent yard in 1999. Naval architecture is by De Voogt Naval Architects with exterior design by De Voogt and Sam Sorgiovanni, who styled the interior. The instantly noticeable part of the refit has been a new Awlgrip paint job. She went in with a blue hull and now has re-emerged with a two-tone colour scheme that is designed to enhance her beautiful, classic lines with a dark grey hull and funnels and a white superstructure.

Other changes include the installation of a black water holding tank, various system upgrades and scheduled maintenance work, including a complete overhaul of the Quantum zero speed stabilisers. Princess Too's deck was also re-caulked with an updated light grey coloured caulking to better suit the new exterior paint.

Princess Too accommodates 12 guests in a master suite, VIP cabin and four twin cabins. She is now ready for sea trials, and Princess Too's captain and crew look forward to showing her off to her owners in the Mediterranean this summer.

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