The Princess Yachts 40M debuts stateside this week at Yachts Miami Beach.
This 131-foot 9-inch tri-deck mega-yacht (length overall), displaces about 507,063 pounds and draws 7 feet 6 inches. MTU power options for this British-built mega-yacht include twin 2,893 hp 12V 4000 M73s or 3,508 hp 12V 4000 M93 diesels.
She is built via resin-infusion, which helps reduce weight while adding rigidity to the hull. The builder reports the 40M’s top speed to be about 22 knots.
Her accommodations include room for 12 guests, plus 7 crew. Owners can choose between five or six guest staterooms belowdecks. If desired, an owner could swap out one stateroom for an onboard theater and another for a gym. The builder reports the 40M offers the largest internal volume in her class.
Like water toys? Her transom tender garage accommodates a 20-foot tender and two PWCs.
The 40M’s main deck features a salon with formal dining area flanked by floor-to-ceiling glass and fold-out balconies for a sunset aperitif with a view. The owner’s main-deck, full-beam master is forward of the salon. Owners can choose a single or twin head setup. There is also two walk-in closet.
The upper deck features a skylounge, alfresco dining space, and stairs lead to a sun deck with a bar and Jacuzzi tub.
See the Princess Yachts’ 40M at Yachts Miami Beach February 16-20, Collins Avenue, Exhibit 13.
|Displacement approx.||507,063 lbs.|
|Fuel capacity||7,751 gal.|
|Water capacity||1,100 gal.|