Not only will this year’s Düsseldorf Boat Show see five show debuts by Princess Yachts, but visitors to the show will now have the opportunity to step on board the all-new Princess X95 as the main deck mock-up will be transported from its home in Plymouth to Düsseldorf.
Azimut Atlantis 45 by Azimut-Benetti – Sporty design and spacious cabins
The Atlantis 45 is the successor to its predecessor, the Atlantis 43, a very popular yacht that has exceeded all expectations with over 140 yachts delivered in four years. With a Volvo IPS engine, this yacht adopts the same design specifications as its older version, the Atlantis 51.
The upper part of the front end rises vertically and partially stretches forward to enhance the dynamics of a boat with a strong sporty character, while the hull windows extend over the entire side, emphasizing the sharpness of the contours and the sporty soul of this yacht. A tender of up to 2.5 metres in length can be accommodated in the aft garage.
Due to the thin posts and no centre support (simple windscreen) you have an excellent view while driving. The main deck and the flush deck are level, the stern and the bow sun decks are very large. The spacious structure, which separates the kitchen and dining area to save space, inherits the characteristics of the 43. The Atlantis 45 has two cabins: the owner’s cabin and a second one in the middle of the boat, with two beds which can be connected to a double bed if required. A third bed can also be added. There are two bathrooms, both with separate shower cabins. The rooms are very spacious and cosy, thanks to a total width of 4.25 metres.
The Atlantis 45 also has a huge storage capacity: almost 8,000 litres are available for storing luggage, equipment and provisions.
Hull length: 14,60 m.
Width: 4,25 m.
Draught: 1,10 m.
Displacement: 15500 kg.
Motorization: 2 x VOLVO IPS 600-440 Hp.
Fairline Yachts F//LINE 33 – A beautifully shaped day boat.
The F//LINE 33 is a true example of the classic 1960s car design that was shaped into a small yacht. The best possible proportions have been achieved in an exciting, refreshing design with slender lines. But above all, it has the ability not only to be a crazy, fast boat when needed but also one where you can spend a weekend and a short family cruise to simply enjoy the sea.
When it comes to the sleek appearance of the F//LINE 33, these few words really say it all. With Alberto Mancini’s intelligent design that consistently offers luxurious, relaxing space, breathtaking finishing elements and state-of-the-art technology, the F//LINE 33 is ready for anything.
Once you sit in the driver’s seat, you will know that this is the day boat that really takes you to your place of longing. Others will see it. But you will feel it.
Fairline Yachts Technical data:
Length overall: 9,99 m.
Width: 3,50 m.
Draught: 0,87 m.
Displacement: 6710 kg.
Princess S62 by Princess Yachts
The Princess S62 hull is based on the Olesinski low deadrise hull form, optimised for greater lift and less drag, leading to lower planing speeds and greater efficiency. Twin MAN engines will offer power outputs of 1200mhp producing estimated maximum speeds of 32-38 knots.
Below deck, the future owner can expect the luxury expected of the S-Class, with the interior finished in walnut and teak. The starboard cabin can be converted into a double berth using a motorised sliding mechanism. The galley is fully equipped with dishwasher, electric grill/BBQ, wet bar and ice maker.
Princess S62 Technical data:
Length overall: 19,17 m.
Width: 4,87 m.
Draught: 1,4 m.
Displacement: 30.500 kg.
Motorization: max. 2 x 1200 HP.
Princess S66 by Princess Yachts
The S66 combines distinctive styling and high performance with expansive entertaining options. The future owner will enjoy her wide beam, three generous on-deck living areas, and a tender garage capable of storing a 3.3m RIB.
A spacious interior accommodates eight guests across four cabins, three of which are en-suite. An optional aft crew cabin can also be specified if required. The beautifully appointed galley aft of the saloon, with an open- plan dining area opposite, has sliding doors and a fully opening electric window which leads out to the cockpit creating an al-fresco bar.
In addition to the fully equipped galley, the continuous fusion audio system should also be emphasised, making your guests’ stay on board particularly pleasant.
Princess S66 Technical data:
Length overall: 20,12 m.
Width: 5,08 m.
Displacement: 34.276 kg.
Motorization: max. 2 x 1400 HP
Princess V55 by Princess Yachts
The all-new Princess V55 nestles in the heart of the V Class, recently expanded with four new models as well as the existing V40. Delivering on a clear brief for the modern sports yacht owner, the new V55 is dynamic, athletic and luxurious.
The V55 will appeal to V Class loyalists potentially looking for a step up in size and performance, as well as new Princess customers searching for elegance and purity of purpose. The all-new Princess deep-V resin-infused hull of the V55 not only provides a smoother, more effecient ride but also creates more space below deck, with design features making use of every remote corner.
Clearly distinct of the V Class range are the clear sweeping lines, accentuated by the panoramic knife-shaped hull windows drawing in natural light and opening the interior out to the world around. Access to the interior is via the hydraulic bathing platform, leading to a teak deck which runs throughout the living area.
The V55 has been designed for owners who wish to spend more of their time above deck, getting in touch with the world around them and truly experiencing what a sports yacht has to offer.
Princess V55 Technical data:
Length overall: 17.81 m.
Width: 4,65 m.
Draught: 1,4 m.
Displacement: 27.500 kg.
Motorization: max. 2 x 900 HP.
Princess Y78 – Elegant addition to the Y-Class
The modified deep V-hull of the Princess Y78, enables planing at lower speeds.
The deck layout is perfect for both relaxing and entertaining with ample options available for both, including a walkthrough foredeck with U-shaped seating and sunbathing area. L-shaped seating either side of the upper helm means guests can enjoy the view from the helm while you are underway.
In addition to panoramic views from the flybridge, the U-shaped seating with dining table, aft sunpad and wet bar offer further space in which to relax and unwind. There is also plenty of room to fit a crane and store a tender, or even a spa bath. Natural light flows through the main deck via the extended window lines and a unique full-height window on the port side means that the free-standing dining area is a spectacular place to entertain.
The galley is separated from the airy open-plan living space by sliding glass panels, keeping the chef in touch with guests. Access to the owner’s stateroom is via a private staircase and lobby area – a neat feature offering additional privacy.