Princess Yachts International has unveiled images of hull #1 of Princess 35M. The steel grey hull left her build shed at Princess’ superyacht facility to begin her final stage of fit out.
While Princess 35M takes design cues from the Princess 40M, it is clear that the yacht is a further evolution for the M Class craft.
“The 35M’s exterior spaces are vast and versatile offering the most luxurious and sociable onboard experience,” says Princess in a statement.
The yacht features an innovatively designed cockpit and transom area creating an informal ‘Beach Club’ arrangement where a large seating area incorporates a combination of aft and forward facing seating. An optional bar can be specified to create an informal leisure space that can easily be transformed into a formal dining area.
This design continues in the raised pilot house, which is accessible from both the flybridge and lobby area. A port side door also provides access to the vast foredeck which incorporates an attractive and spacious seating and sun lounging area.
Across the main deck, a full beam owner’s stateroom is accessed via an ante-room which can be specified as an office. Large panoramic windows, two walk-in wardrobes and a generous bathroom with bath, shower and toilet facilities complete the owner’s suite.
On the lower deck, three or four beautifully appointed en suite staterooms accommodate six or eight guests, with the crew quarters located forward comprising of three en suite cabins.
Princess 35M will be making her world premiere this autumn.