The Princess V78 project will be the ultimate in the V Class performance range and is eagerly anticipated as one of the most capable models the British Company has ever conceived. With raised bulwarks and a powerful deep-V hull, the V78 is honed for long-range cruising to put the most exclusive locations within easy reach, while her high-speed capabilities ensure an intoxicating blend of excitement and precision control. On deck, an enormous cockpit provides an uncluttered environment for flexible entertaining and incorporates a fully equipped wetbar and large seating area. The garage is centrally located beneath the generous sunpad, while a hydraulically operated up down platform is fitted as standard for stowage of an additional tender or wetbike. The main deck features an expansive saloon with low-level furniture and contemporary fittings, as well as the latest electronics and entertainment systems. The forward dinette seats eight in comfort and the helm position has been thoroughly resolved for optimum visibility and clear safe sightings. Meanwhile the opening roof and triple sliding glass doors allow the feeling of an open boat with the flexibility to provide shade at the touch of a button. Stylish lower accommodations achieve new levels of space and light, with a unique reversed layout in the master suite providing the ultimate feeling of exclusivity. The owner enjoys a large en-suite bathroom with twin sinks and a cavernous shower, with a separate walk-in wardrobe situated to the port side. Guests are treated to similar levels of luxury in a VIP stateroom forward and two twin berth cabins forward of the galley. Power for the V78 will be from twin MTU or Caterpillar engines from 1675hp up to the big C32A option of 1825hp each, which will be good for a maximum speed of about 37 knots.