The Princess 40M 40.16m long and 2.29m wide was first presented by the British brand at the 2012 Cannes Yachting Festival. In 2013, the vessel was named the winner of the World Superyacht Awards in the category “Best Three-Deck Motorized Semi-Displacement Gliding Yacht”.
The exterior was designed by Bernard Olesinski and Princess Yachts International, and the interior concept was created in collaboration with the shipyard bureau and Bannenberg & Rowell. A large number of technical and planning solutions, as well as a unique design, are available to customers.
Superstructure glazing provides an abundance of light throughout the main deck. The Princess 40M cabin, even as standard, has “balconies” on both sides, which are hydraulically opened.
Sky lounge, adjacent to the open aft deck, is equipped with armchairs with footrests, sofas and a table. The hardtop flybridge features a full deck equipped with sun loungers, jacuzzi and dining area. Choosing a four-cabin layout, it is possible to design a full-fledged gym in the bow. Also on board the yacht there is a SPA-complex and a Beach-club.
On three decks there can be 4 or 5 cabins, each of which has a separate bathroom. The maximum capacity of the vessel is up to 12 passengers and up to 7 crew members. The professional galley is equipped with a refrigerator, separate hot and cold cooking areas, and a dumbwaiter that connects the main and upper decks and flybridge.
Princess 40M is equipped with two MTU 12V 4000 M73L engines with a total capacity of 5876 or 7018 hp to choose from. The maximum speed of the motor yacht is up to 22 knots, the cruising speed is 18. The fuel capacity is 29,000 liters.