Princess Yacths released the new S60 model, which features a modern open-plan design and exquisite interiors
Located on England’s south coast, Devon home to one of the most important yacht building shipyards in operation globally. Started by ex-Naval Officer David King, Princess Yachts operates six factories around Plymouth, producing several hundred yachts per year.
From their original Project 31, which celebrated its 50th-anniversary last year, to the grand 40M, Princess has been building yachts for a generation. Sleek and sophisticated, their luxury yachts are some of the most sought-after in the world with the striking exterior designs and exquisite interiors. Their latest model comes in the form of a flybridge motor yacht named the S60, which is perfect for the waters of South East Asia.
She may be the smallest yacht in the S range, but the S60 does not skimp on the same quality or attention to detail that makes her big siblings stand out. Owners have access to the same materials as the S65 and S72. This includes woods such as Rovere Oak and American Walnut, tiled floors and aconite worktops. Carpets, upholstered fabrics and window coverings can all be chosen to give your S60 a custom look and feel.
The main deck features a large open-plan design with a spacious dining area and an aft galley. A U-shaped sofa provides further seating in front of the entertainment system which incorporates a large LED TV, DVD, and surround sound audio system.
Sliding doors and a fully-opening window allow guests and crew to easily access the cockpit. There’s the option of a powered opening roof as well, which is perfect for letting the refreshing sea breeze flow through the saloon. As with every Princess, large windows give a bright and airy feel throughout.
The foredeck has sunbathing spots aplenty, but unique with the S range is a flybridge with bimini that offers shelter from the sun, a feature which will surely be appreciated by the Asian market.
There’s plenty of seating up top as well, with a wetbar, stereo system and optional barbeque grill to spice up your entertaining space. If you feel like doing a bit of exploring in shallow waters or getting out the old water skis, a large garage is easily accessible in the stern. There’s plenty of room for a tender, jet ski and all your water sport needs.