May 26, 2017

New Model: Princess 62

Princess launch the new 62 for its Flybridge range. The all-new 62 encapsulates the Plymouth based shipyard's design and benefits of the latest infusion technology, enabling the inclusion of features normally possible only on much larger craft.  The silhouette of the 62 is unmistakably Princess, from the vast sweeping deck saloon windows to the clean lines of the canopy. New sculpted hull side windows, which are distinctive yet understated, give the exterior a dynamic appearance. Her hull form allows greater efficiency and fitted with twin Caterpillar 1000hp engines the 62 is anticipated to reach speeds up to 34 knots.  The Princess 62's flybridge inspires relaxation with a large dining area, a sun-pad aft and a unique circular forward seating area that can be converted into an additional sun-pad.  Inside the 62 offers a spacious main deck saloon with an astern galley arrangement that opens to the cockpit. The helm position is located to starboard with additional forward facing guest seating opposite. Below deck six guests enjoy three beautifully appointed en suite cabins all bathed in natural light from the elegant hull glazing, with the option of a further twin cabin aft for occasional guests or crew. The 62 features the latest evolution of the signature Princess Design Studio styling. Elegant shaped surfaces and precision layered geometry define the interior to form a truly tranquil environment with meticulous attention to detail. Bespoke furnishings including a handcrafted coffee table in the main deck saloon which beautifully blends the color and textures of timber, glass and leather, combine with soft suede, bronze tint mirrors, hand stitched detailing and Japanese wallpapers to create perfect harmony.
Technical Data:
LOA - 19.34 m (63.4ft)
Hull Length - 19 m
Beam - 5.03 m
Draft - 1.49 m incl props
Displacement - 29300 kg 
Fuel Capacity - 3400 l
Waterr Capacity - 793 l
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins, two crew in one cabin
Engines - 2 x Volvo D13 900hp, Cats 12.9 1000hp
Propulsion - line shaft with four bladed propellers
Speed - 32 knots max with Cats 1000hp
Construction - vacuum infusion fiberglass
Project - Bernard Olesinski