Princess Yachts has announced the successful delivery of the sixth hull in the PRINCESS 30M series: luxury yacht PRINCESS THREE. Built with a GRP hull and superstructure, naval architect Bernard Olesinski, who has a long-established relationship designing for the shipyard, created her naval architecture and exterior styling. M/Y PRINCESS THREE has a beam of 7m/23ft and a draft of 2m/6.5ft which ensures that she has access to shallow anchorages.
One of the prime features is the generous sundeck which can be fitted with a spa pool and sunpads as well as a shaded alfresco dining area amidships. Inside, the salon has been described by Princess Yachts as ‘timeless and contemporary’, while the accommodation sleeps a maximum of 10 guests over five cabins.
2 x 1,900 HP Caterpillar C32 ACERT diesel engines produce a top speed of 22 knots, based on her sea trials in December after her launch.
Princess Yachts is also working on the 24m/81ft Princess S78 Sportsbridge series, which debuted at Boot Düsseldorf and has sold 10 hulls.