Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Princess Yacht's 40M Close To Completion

Princess Yachts new 40m (131ft) is in its final stages and close to completion at their purpose built assembly hangar in Plymouth’s historic South Yard. Imperial Princess will be the longest production yacht ever made in Britain when she is launched in the spring of this year.

Owners will be able to fully customize their yacht to create the yacht of their dreams, no two will ever be alike. There is an impressive variety of layout options to choose from either four or five guest cabin option, for example and you can choose to have a cinema instead of one of the midships cabins down below, and a gym in place of the other one.

The owner of hull No.1 has chosen the five cabin option with two VIP double cabins and two twin cabins all en suite, which are situated on the lower deck. These cabins will have large side windows to let in plenty of natural light as seen in the image above. The fifth cabin is the owners full beam cabin which is forward on the main deck and is accessed through a versatile room which can be specified as an office, private TV room or a reading room to suit the owner’s personal requirements.

The main deck will include the main saloon, formal dining area, a professional galley which was designed to the exact brief of a professional chef and hydraulically folding balconies on both sides of the saloon.

On the third deck there is an elegant sky lounge and an exterior dining area for private drinks and al fresco dining. A curved stairway leads up to the sun deck complete with bar, seating, sunbathing and a jacuzzi.

Her interior was designed by Princess in collaboration with the London studio of Bannenberg & Rowell. Her interior will have a variety of different woods, granites, stones, and fabrics to give a classic look of contrasting tones, textures and surfaces.

Princess Yachts say that:
"It is truly a landmark project – not just for Princess Yachts, but for British yacht-building."

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