First Princess 30M delivered and named Kohuba
by Simon Hardie
Designed by Olesinski, the Princess 30's exterior boasts the sleek, modern lines characteristic of the M Class range. Built in resin infused composite, she is expected to reach speeds of around 27 knots.
Her impressive flybridge features flexible modular seating, a full wetbar and a hardtop with a sunroof. The aft cockpit includes a large comfortable seating area, wetbar and shaded flybridge overhang. Twin transom gates lead to a hydraulic swimming platform and a garage that accommodates a 4.5 metre tender.
The Princess 30M is equipped with twin MTU 2000’s as well as a full hydraulic system powering her thrusters. She also has stabilisers, a comprehensive control and monitoring system, and twin anchor winches.
Despite being the smallest in the M Class range, the 30M has an expansive and luxurious interior designed by the Princess Design Studio in consultation with the owner.
She houses a main deck master suite with a reverse cabin layout and four double guest cabins, all with en suite bathroom facilities finished in marble or granite. The saloon features wide sliding doors that open to a folding side balcony.