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The Princess V62, a masterpiece destined for immortality.

An opportunity has come to market to acquire an outstanding example of one of Princess International's most desired yachts to date. A 2011 Princess V62, fitted with twin Caterpillar C18 Acert 1150hp engines and an asking price of only €750,000 Tax Paid.

The Princess V62 is one of the most popular sports boats on the brokerage market today. The beauty, the style, the performance and the seductiveness of this magnificent cruiser combined together to create, not just a yacht, but a masterpiece destined for immortality.

This is a boat built for the purists, for the ones that love the adventure and the journey it can unlock. It is for the ones that crave the freedom of the open ocean and for the ones that want to follow their dreams on a yacht with an un-rivalled elegance.

As you approach the V62 your gaze is immediately captured by her swooping lines that guide you effortlessly all the way from her stern to her bow. The closer you get the more you realise the imposing size of this majestic boat. From initial glance you see a streamlined, low profile, almost stealth like sports yacht. Up close, the grand scale of her beam, and the height of her hull make you start to realise just how much volume Princess has managed to incorporate, whilst, at the same time keeping her sleek and slender illusion.

The aft cockpit hosts a vast, open u-shaped seating arrangement which is extended by a huge sunbathing area covering the electric-hydraulic tender garage. From the aft cockpit you enter the upper saloon, protected by a large, fully opening patio door. Her giant windows spread gloriously along the side to inundate her with light and with an enormous automatic sun roof this boat can be turned into an open day cruiser within a matter of seconds.

It is time to venture below deck and as we meander down her shallow stairs we are immediately greeted by the miraculous contrast between her high gloss woods and light cream upholstery. Once below it reveals all that has come to be expected from one of the most prestigious production yacht builders in the business. Yes, it is luxurious, but the there is a comforting cosiness that immediately gives you the feeling of a home away from home.

This is a three cabin, two bathroom yacht but what is so noticeable is the impressive size of each cabin relative to their function. The forward VIP guest cabin invites you in and unwraps itself in front of you, massive amounts of space either side of the bed, full length wardrobes port and starboard and a neatly tucked away port-side entrance to the ensuite. Her two oblong windows, each side of the hull have been designed to allow in as much light as possible whilst keeping the authenticity of her traditional DNA.

We walk back towards the stern of the boat and spare a moment for a passing glimpse inside the starboard side twin cabin, a cabin with so much headroom you would be comfortable offering to all your most prestigious guests.

We continue to the master cabin, passing the starboard side galley and in our stride taking two more shallow steps down to enter an awe-inspiring, masterfully crafted and wonderfully designed owners cabin. Bernard Olesinksi and his team have found the perfect balance between luxury, comfort and practicality. The ensuite has been cleverly situated along the entrance corridor with access via a sliding door, this means once you enter the cabin itself you are greeted by uninterrupted, symmetrical space each side of the stateroom bed. A sofa on one side, a vanity mirror on the other and three striped windows down either side which stream an abundance of natural light into the lower depths of the boat. The finish is elegant and tasteful with a beautiful contrast of the light wall furnishings, high gloss wood and dark leather upholstery.

This is a boat any owner would be proud of, but she is a boat that will stand the test of time and compete against even the most modern and innovative new designs. For more information on purchasing this 2011 model please contact us:


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