It represents the tensely awaited new R yacht class
The new Princess R35 version offers power and performance and also remains the dream yacht, with the same level of comfort, practicality and luxury. The new R class will include the unique Princess Active Foil System (AFS) created using BAR technology, which optimises stability and manoeuvrability under all conditions at sea, as a result of which it can afford a much lower hull shape. The R35 is equipped with dual aluminium, direct injection V8 petrol engines with variable valve timing, which offer a maximum speed of 50 knots.
A deluxe yacht requires first-class design
The Italian Pininfarina brand, known for its deluxe “car design” and its work with marques such as Ferrari, Maserati and Alfa Romeo, designed a light monocoque hull made from carbon fibre.
The amazing interior reflects one of the most impressive designs. It has a spacious cabin with an equipped kitchen and seating, with the added flexibility of being able to transform it into a deluxe double bed. The exterior is very modern and embraces colours. As a result you can choose your dream yacht in a varied range of blue, red, grey and in combination with classic white. The ship is 10.89 metres long.
A brief history
Princess Yachts Limited is a British manufacturer of motorised yachts with a manufacturing facility in the town of Plymouth, Devon, Great Britain. The company was established in Plymouth in 1965 for marine projects. In 1981 it was purchased by South African businessman Graham J. Beck. In 2008 the Beck Company sold a 75% interest to the French investment group owned by Bernard Arnault, LVMH Division. LVMH Division companies currently include over 60 international deluxe brands, such as Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Fendi, De Beers, Moët & Chandon, Vueve Clicquot and Krug.
Princess yachts can boast collaboration with the BAR Technologies and Pininfarina companies and bring completely new yachts with the most modern technology and marine architecture to the market.