From 2008 to 2015, Princess Yachts built more than 100 hulls of its V62. In 2012, exterior and interior updates were made, and the yacht was re-badged the V62-S.
Notable features: The V62’s profile started with a razor-straight sheer line that gently sloped aft. A raked superstructure and hardtop gave the V62 a high-performance look. Sun pads were on the foredeck and over the transom garage, and a retractable sunroof was over the helm.
Belowdecks: Three staterooms included a full-beam master with king-size berth, a forepeak VIP with queen berth, and a guest stateroom with twins.
Availability: At press time, we found eight V62s on the market, ranging from $896,706 for a 2010 to $1.85 million for a 2014.
From the Archives
“Her exterior cockpit has a seating area and a table opposite a wet bar with a refrigerated drink box and electric grill. A sun pad aft covers the tender garage, which can accommodate an 11-foot rigid inflatable. Stairs lead aft to a hydraulic platform.” — Yachting, December 2011