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3 new yachts to look out for from British builders

3 new yachts to look out for from British builders

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Princess 35M

The new star in the Princess M Class range

Princess has developed a new model in its M Class range: the 35M, whose plush interiors were revealed. "What we saw was a marketplace below the 40m - volume, separate crew routes, low noise levels - and put them in a 35m yacht," explains Chris Gates, managing director at Princess.

One result is the 35M - a raised pilothouse yacht with class-leading interior volumes, a layout that makes for efficient crew operation without disturbing the owner and guests and, as Gates puts it, "phenomenal value for money". With prices starting at £8.3 million, you get a lot of boat and and the experience that led the 40M, superyacht Imperial Princess, to receive a number of accolades, including a World Superyacht Award in 2013. The first 35M is undergoing sea trials and the aim is for her to debut at the Cannes boat show in September, after which she will be at all the main shows in the autumn.

Meanwhile, Princess is launching the 30M. It's a natural evolution of the popular and long-standing Princess 98 flybridge yacht - a classic springboard for existing customers ready to take the step from production to semi-custom yachts.

"She's a genuine crossover boat," Gates says, "and she links our flybridge range with the M Class range. She's got the M Class DNA and the standards and attributes of that class." The 30M starts at £5.7 million. The first 30M should emerge from the yard in September.

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