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News: "Princess Three" Delivered By Princess Yachts

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  1. Latest M30 Delivered By Princess Yachts; Named "Princess Three"
    UK builder Princess Yachts announced that it has handed over their latest M30 to its owner. The yacht reportedly bears the name "Princess Three" and represents the sixth unit of that class to be delivered. The M30 is the latest to be added to the Princess M-Class range. This 100-foot Raised Pilot House tri-decker is an spacious yacht that features bold lines that are now synonymous with the Princess M Class design. An owner of the M30 can fit up to five double ensuite cabins that include a main deck master suite. Directly below is a photo of Princess Three, followed by a render and sistership "Kohuba".
  2. Princess Three is finished in all-white paint with black accents and the upper aft deck will be a cool chill-spot for her owner and guests. It has been fitted with poles and will have sun awnings stretched to shade the area. The sundeck is also fitted with a jacuzzi which is an option and not standard. A hardtop covers the forward end of the deck which is also fitted with a secondary navigation station for easy maneuvering.
  3. Built in GRP, Princess Three has an interior described by Princess Yachts as, "timeless and contemporary, offering relaxed, yet sophisticated living". A number of engine options are available for the M30 but onboard this one, she is fitted with CAT C32 ACERT diesels each with 1,900 horse power. Top speed is 22-knots according to seatrial data. The design is by Bernard Olesinski who collaborated with the yard. Princess Three was launched in December.

    For more information:

    PRINCESS YACHTS INTERNATIONAL plc
    Newport Street
    Plymouth
    Devon PL1 3QG
    United Kingdom
    www.princessyachts.com

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