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News: Princess Yachts Launch First X95

Discussion in 'Princess Yachts News & Launches' started by Yacht News, Feb 17, 2020.

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  1. First X95 By Princess Yachts Hits The Water
    It is always delightful when a brand new yacht under construction is rolled out of the construction shed and taken to the launching area and put into the water for the first time. Recently, this was the story for Princess' first unit of the new X95 model. The design is between Olesinki and Pininfarina and provides alot more space than on a traditionally designed vessel of this size. How has that been done you might ask?
  2. It really has to do with the open sun-deck area and how the design of this was re-imagined. Most flybridges or sundecks are constrained by a traditional way of design logic which permits space from aft upper railing to just forward of the radar arch. On the X95 the designers provide a massive aft social and entertaining space to start and via two walkaround decks the relaxation space continues to the forward end of the yacht creating what they term as a 'super flybridge'. The forward section can be fitted with a jacuzzi or masses of sunpads to the delight of any owner. In essence, the space offered on this deck is about 10-percent larger on the outside and 40-percent larger on the inside than on a comparable vessel, the same length.
  3. On the inside, the X95 should be able to host ten guests overnight comfortably with a double, VIP and two twins on the lower deck and the master suite on the forward main deck. MAN V12 engines are onboard which are capable for running the X95 to at least 24-knots. The hull is also hydro-dynamically optimized and has a wave-piercing bow.

    For more information:

    Princess Yachts Limited
    Newport Street
    Plymouth, Devon
    PL1 3QG
    United Kingdom

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