Princess F50 to debut in autumn
The British builder will soon release the latest addition to its renewed F Class of flybridge motor yachts.
The new Princess F50 is expected to debut this autumn and join a refreshed F Class line-up featuring the F45, new F55, F62 and upcoming F65. Designed by the Princess Design Studio with Olesinski, Princess’s long-standing naval architect, the F50 has an advanced resin-infused hull and twin 600mhp Volvo D8-IPS800 engines that are expected to provide a top speed up to 36 knots.
New technology available on-board includes Gyro stabilisers and Volvo Penta Easy Boating, while features include new-style helm seats, transom gates and the Princess logo on the bathing platform.
The F50 features the builder’s new exterior design language characterised by an extended ‘knife-edge’ hull window running from the bow, plus the removal of the central windscreen spear for better visibility. The flybridge has a C-shaped seating area, a forward L-shaped sofa that converts to a sunbed, plus a twin-seat helm station.
The cockpit connects to the aft galley, while the saloon includes a C-shaped seating area with convertible coffee/dining table, a two-seater sofa and a helm station featuring the latest Princess styling. The lower deck includes a full-beam master stateroom with a sofa and dressing area, a forward en-suite cabin with the option of scissor berths, and a twin guest cabin.
The saloon and stateroom feature new sofas, while the two bathrooms on the lower deck have Perrin and Rowe sinks. The refined F Class range includes fresh off-white, pale grey and taupe line-out materials to act as a neutral background and complement wood selections.