A TRUE ON-WATER ADRENALIN RUSH WITH THE NEW PRINCESS V50
Launching at London Boat Show and boot Düsseldorf January 2018
Following in the footsteps of the recently launched V40, the new V50 quintessentially showcases the dynamic exterior, exceptional seakeeping and voluminous space of our V Class range. Her striking exterior styling features port light windows which cascade the length of her deep-V hull, flooding the saloon and cabins with natural light.
The main deck exterior spaces feature the new V Class metallic grey and Graphite grey metallic finish across cockpit furniture including the wet bar, canopy and spider structure.
Flexibility is offered in abundance on the new V50 starting with the option of an enclosed or open main deck configuration with L-shaped seating or sunpad aft leading to the spacious and airy saloon and helm seating.
Innovative flexibility continues to the well-appointed lower deck saloon which can be used as an entertaining space or provides the option to convert to a double berth. There is the added option of specifying this area with a third cabin. The full beam master stateroom is an inviting sanctuary whilst the forward cabin enjoys the option of scissor berths.
Born from an obsession with exceptional seakeeping and voluminous space, the original V Class yachts delivered seemingly diametrically opposed characteristics, much to the delight of owners. Their sculpted form – shaped from lightweight, resin-infused composite material – optimised for greater lift and less drag, leading to lower planing speeds and greater efficiency. This ingenious design ensures it burns less fuel to achieve its maximum design speed. Such precision thinking gives rise to exhilarating speeds, defined by efficiency, agility and poise. Take a spirited dash of speeds up to 32 knots† with twin Volvo IPS 600 engines.
The electro-hydraulic bathing platform ensures easy access to enjoy watersports and the garage can accommodate a 3.25m tender on the V50 Open.
Be first to see the return to the dynamic V Class range at London Boat Show, 10th – 14th January, stand LE269 and boot Düsseldorf, 20th – 28th January, Hall 6, stand B21.