This fabulous flybridge is a queen among princesses

Jack Haines takes us on a full tour of the flagship of the Princess Yachts flybridge range, the fabulous Princess F70…

The Princess F70 enters a very competitive area of ​​the market, going head-to-head with the Sunseeker Manhattan 68, Fairline Squadron 68 and Ferretti 670.

At the British Motor Yacht Show 2019 we were lucky enough to view a brand new Princess F70 fitted with a pair of 1400hp MAN v12 engines, giving a top speed of around 35 knots.

Our tour begins at the transom with the Princess F70’s optional hydraulic swim platform, which includes a fold-down bench, so it can serve as an aft-facing seating area, as well as storage for tenders.

Inside, the crew cabin is an impressive space with over six feet of headroom and two decently sized berths, finished flush with the rest of the interior.

Stepping into the cockpit you begin to realize what a quality product the Princess F70 is, from the winches to the cleats, the gauge of the stainless steel is truly top of the line.

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Princess Yachts has done everything possible to ensure the cockpit and aft galley lounge feel connected, with a drop-down window meaning you can serve meals directly on the aft deck.

One of our favorite areas on the Princess F70 is the navigator’s bench next to the lower helm, which offers great sea views when cruising at speed.

Enjoy the visit…

Princess F70 Specifications

LOA: 69 feet 9 inches (21.25m)
Shine: 17 feet 8 inches (5.38 m)
Disorganized: 5 feet 2 inches (1.58 m)
Displacement (approx.): 37,500 kg (82,673 lb)
Fuel capacity: 900 gal / 1,080 US gal / 4,100 L
Water capacity: 200 gal / 240 US gal / 909L
Engines: 1,400 hp MAN V12 twin-cylinder
Top speed: 35 knots
CE category: B
Price: £3.2 million (including VAT)

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