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News: Princess Yachts S72 SportBridge Yacht

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  1. Princess Yachts S72 Sportbridge Yacht
    UK yacht manufacturer Princess Yachts showcased their new S72 Sportbridge earlier in the year when she premiered at the Miami Yacht & Brokerage Show. She represents the first yacht in their new S Class range and features a design that is now an accustomed feature on Princess Yachts, sleek, sporty with ample viewing angles thanks to wide glass usage.

    The design takes advantage of the type of yacht that she is, giving her guests plenty of sunning areas. There is a large are dedicated to that on the bow showing off large pads and no need to feel apprehensive while being there at speed, railing surround to keep you safe. There is another fair side sun pad located on the opposite end of the boat, sitting right above the tender garage.

    Another nice feature is the retracting sunroof located above the helm station. It can be opened when the weather is good underway or while at anchor. A secondary helm station is located on the sport/flybridge on the portside. Fitted with twin Caterpillar or MAN engines from 1622hp to 1800hp, the S72 will handle every bit as well as she looks. A proven deep-V hull and low center of gravity will deliver class-leading ride quality, with speeds expected to pass 37-knots, along with a highly efficient cruising range. Sleek and aggressive exterior styling will be a feature of S CLASS, from the dark wraparound superstructure glass and angled hull windows to the raked profile that flows into a strong architectural section in the cockpit, these boats deliver real attitude.

    For more information:

    Princess Yachts
    Newport Street
    Devon PL13QG
    United Kingdom
    Princess Yachts

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