The semi-displacement flybridge yacht Princess F70 is the flagship of the 'F class' range. For the first time, a vessel 21.25 m long, 5.38 m wide with a draft of 1.58 m was presented by a British shipyard in 2018 at the Cannes Yachting Festival. The planing type hull is made of fiberglass.
The exterior was created by the architectural bureau Olesinski and Princess Yachts International, the interior concept was worked on by the Princess design studio. The shipyard offers the development of an individual style for the Princess F70, which the customer can choose with the help of a personal consultant of the design studio. The creators of the ship paid great attention to glazing so that passengers could enjoy a panoramic view from almost anywhere.
The 26.58 m2 flybridge has a dining area with a wet bar and grill and a sofa. The saloon, located on the main deck, provides for another open cockpit dining area. Optionally, an additional helm station and a sun lounger at the stern can be placed on the bow.
There are three double guest cabins on the lower deck. At the request of the customer, it is possible to equip the crew quarters with a separate bathroom at the stern. The midship master stateroom is the full beam of the motor yacht, accessed via a separate spiral staircase.
The vessel provides for the installation of a twin MAN V12-1400 engine with a total capacity of 2800 hp. The maximum speed that Princess F70 can reach is up to 36 knots, cruising speed is 34 knots. The fuel reserve is 4100 liters.