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Princess offers bespoke experience at 2011 Sanctuary Cove Boat Show

'Surrounded by the top of the range Princess motor yachts, guests and owners will be well catered for.'    Princess Yachts    Click Here to view large photo

Alan Paterson and the team from Princess Yachts Australia will be offering their owners and invited guests a truly relaxing and enjoyable experience during the 2011 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.

Guests will be treated to a valet shuttle service from the Hope Island Resort Marina head office direct to the show. On arrival at the stand, guests will be welcomed into the stunning café style corporate facility offering food and beverages throughout the duration of the show. The Princess Bespoke Chef will be on hand preparing delicacies featuring premium local produce, while guests can sit back and relax in the casual dining environment surrounded by the immaculately presented range of the latest releases from the UK’s leading luxury boat builder.

The 1500 square metre on-water display will feature a range of the most recent releases from Princess, all offering the latest design innovations and contemporary styling this prestigious brand is famous for. The V Series will be represented by the stylish and sporty V52 who will be making her Australian debut, the V62 which was awarded the 2010 European Motor Boat of the Year and both sitting alongside the truly awesome V85-S. The ultra sleek and stylish Princess flybridge range will be represented by the very latest Princess 64 and the amazing 72 Motor Yacht.

With breathtaking good looks, dynamic performance and versatile accommodation, the V52 will redefine her class. The arrival of this new model is a landmark event in the evolution of the Princess range. Complementing the fully ‘open’ models within the V Class range, the main deck of the V52 consists of two independent entertaining areas, the aft cockpit and the enclosed saloon forward of triple sliding glass doors.

The V52 is a two stateroom craft with a full beam master and a full sized stateroom forward with an en-suite bathroom and shower. Adjacent to the galley, the lower saloon is elegantly styled as a separate entertaining area and can be converted to provide additional berths. In the V52 the latest in sports yacht technology combine with Princess’ characteristic deep-V hull for the ultimate combination of assured sea-keeping and manoeuvrability to inspire confidence for the most relaxed and enjoyable boating experiences.

The Princess 64 delivers the ultimate in Princess flybridge cruising with the space to fully enjoy it. Her sporty profile hides a spacious four-cabin motor yacht rich with light, elegant detailing and unprecedented scope for entertaining. The vast flybridge is a wonderfully relaxed setting whether underway or at anchor. A large teak table with generous seating provides the perfect space for alfresco dining while the well equipped wet-bar, barbecue and wide sun-bed ensure it is also a highly sociable entertaining space.

There is an additional entertaining area in the cockpit from which wide side decks lead to an additional sunbathing area at the bow. Inside, the saloon layout incorporates a two-seater settee facing a generous U-shaped sofa, and a separate dining area adjacent to the galley. Below, the exquisitely appointed cabins consist of an impressive full beam owner’s stateroom, a spacious forward guest cabin with a generous en-suite bathroom, an en-suite twin cabin to starboard and to port, a bunk cabin.

The 72 Motor Yacht combines the elegance and detail of a true motor yacht with the agility and performance of a sports cruiser. The expansive flybridge fulfils its purpose in style; the upper helm position provides exceptional visibility and well positioned controls.

When it comes to taking life a little slower the wet-bar, barbecue and generous space make life a pleasure with room enough to store the tender or jet ski. Plus an optional hard top has been fitted to our boatshow boat, featuring a retractable sun-roof for comfortable cruising while underway. The full-width main deck saloon creates an impressive area for entertaining with a large dinette and cocktail bar. Sliding doors open up to a well appointed cockpit, perfect for entertaining or casual dining, and the walk-through bow and forward seating makes an ideal area to enjoy a peaceful aperitif.

This luxurious motor yacht accommodates up to eight guests extremely comfortably. The beautifully designed cabins are light, airy and spacious, with three staterooms and a generous fourth cabin with twin berths side-by side. The striking full-beam master cabin has a wonderful sense of space, a feeling accentuated by the extensive walk-in wardrobe and large en-suite bathroom.

Princess will also host an exclusive function for their owners and invited guests on the Saturday evening of the show. Princess is partnering with Calleija Jewellers to present an extensive range of their latest exquisite jewelry creations, set to the backdrop of the stunning Princess range. A presentation of the Calleija Princess White and Princess Pink diamonds will be a highlight of the evening.

For more information about the Princess display or functions at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show please call 07 5514 1900.




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