Princess Yachts unveils new 62-footer

Princess Yachts unveiled its first photos of the Princess 62, an addition to the British company’s flybridge range.
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Princess Yachts is adding the Princess 62 to its range of flybridge yachts.

Princess Yachts is adding the Princess 62 to its range of flybridge yachts.

Princess Yachts unveiled its first photos of the Princess 62, an addition to the British company’s flybridge range.

The flybridge features a large dining area, a sunpad aft and a unique circular forward seating area that can be converted to an additional sunpad. It also has a walkthrough foredeck entertaining space and a hydraulic bathing platform as standard.

The large main deck saloon connects to the world outside through full-length side windows, and the galley is positioned aft and opens to the cockpit, the company said.

The helm position is to starboard, with additional forward-facing guest seating opposite. Below deck, six guests enjoy three en suite cabins with natural light from hull glazing; there is the option of a further twin cabin aft for occasional guests or crew.

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