Now named Maritimus (formerlySo Hoo), the 24m Princess flybridge motor yacht can take up to 22 guests on a day trip and eight guests in four cabins for overnight charters.
The yacht’s outdoor areas include a cockpit with a C-shaped sofa and a foldable table, and a foredeck with a sunbathing area and a sofa. However, its major outdoor space is a huge flybridge with loose chairs aft, a wide aft-facing sunpad, and a large dining table and bar area covered by the hard top, while the helm has a central pilot seat plus sofas on both sides.
The spacious interior includes a saloon with a huge C-shaped sofa and a coffee table to port, facing a two-seat sofa, pop-up TV and low cabinet with wine storage and fridge to starboard. Forward is a formal dining area with a table arranged lengthways, situated adjacent to a port-side galley that can be fully opened.
“The Princess 78MY is a luxurious yacht that’s perfect for chartering and for sailing to the destinations around Phuket and further afield in the Andaman Sea,” Boat Lagoon Yachting stated. “She’s ideal both for day trips and for longer excursions.”
Organised by the Thai Yachting Business Association and first held in 2019, theThailand Charter Week (click for preview)is the region’s premier B2B charter event for yachts and superyachts, with six 24m-plus models including the 39m Indiana in this year’s line-up.
The event features an opening ceremony on the evening of November 16, two days of yacht inspections at Yacht Haven, and a cruise in Phang Nga Bay on November 19.