The Princess V62 is a Global Citizen

If you're in the brokerage market the Princess V62 is a smart choice.

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Our V62 test boat, powered with optional twin 1,150 hp Caterpillar C18-A diesels, gave the yacht a 35.3-knot top hop. Princess Yachts

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


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