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News: Princess X95 Unveiled As Part Of An Armada Of New Designs

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  1. Princess Yachts Unveil X95 Motoryacht
    UK builder Princess Yachts isn't wasting any time when it comes to new offerings. This year alone five new designs have surfaced from this builder and now six more designs are now available. One of these designs is called the Princess X95. While a preview was recently given, not alot of information is available for this particular model. It will apparently be one of two variants in this particular Princess class. As the model name suggests, the yacht will come in at just under 100-feet.
  2. The R35 is the smallest of the new line up. All six of the new models can be seen in the render below. The F45 suggests a 45-foot flybridge yacht, the V55 is an addition to the popular V-line, the V78 marks the top of the V-Line sports range. The Y85 offers a more yacht-like experience with sporty lines. The X95 is the final model and the one we are focusing on. The X95 'Super Flybridge' rewrites those rules for flybridge yachts by completely rethinking the architecture to develop a new concept in yacht design that redefines luxury living space. As the name suggests it is a full flybridge yacht. "The X Class appeals to customers who wish to spend more time aboard to explore cruising grounds further afield," explains Princess. "Just as luxury automotive brands have broadened their appeal by expanding their traditional sedan and sports car ranges to include spacious, versatile and sporty crossover concepts, Princess has revolutionised its range with the all-new X Class." More information is expected to come forth regarding the highly anticipated X95 in the future.

    For more information:


    Princess Yachts Limited
    Newport Street
    Plymouth, Devon
    PL1 3QG
    United Kingdom
    www.princessyachts.com

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