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7 Reasons We Dig the Princess 30M

The builder’s newest M Class yacht is a raised pilothouse with mighty fine features.

September 22, 2014
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Princess 30M rendering

This rendering shows the top deck of the forthcoming Princess 30M. Courtesy Princess Yachts

Princess Yachts has released details about the 30M, a 100-foot raised pilothouse design that is now the entry-level model in the M Class series. We’ve been poring over the specs and plans, and there’s an awful lot to like. Here are our seven favorite details so far:

Guest space. She’s only 100 feet LOA, but she offers as many as five en suite guest cabins including an on-deck master.

Get up and go. Princess is expecting her to top out near 30 knots thanks to composite- build technology that saves weight.

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Multifunction features. The hydraulic swim platform and stern garage can act as a teak beach space or as tender stowage for a 14-footer.

All-weather readiness. The hardtop on the flybridge has an integrated sunroof to make the most of pretty much all weather conditions.

• ** Room for relaxation.** Aft on the flybridge, there’s plenty of space for a hot tub in addition to freestanding deck furniture.

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• ** Indoor-outdoor entertaining.** The main deck can be designed with wide sliding doors that open to a starboard-side balcony.

• ** In-progress design.** The 30M is already under development at Princess’ South Yard Superyacht facility in Plymouth, England, and is expected to launch in 2015.

Follow the progress of construction on the first 30M at www.princessyachts.com.

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