14 July 2022
The all-new Princess F50 follows the F45, new F55, F62 and highly anticipated upcoming F65 as part of the Princess flybridge range.
Core F Class qualities are at the heart of the new F50, with bespoke design qualities inside and out.
The F50 features Princess’ new exterior design language, characterised by an extended knife-edge hull window running from the bow, plus the eradication of the central windscreen spear for increased visibility when boating.
As seen on recent developments in the F Class range, a multitude of additional styling lines seen on the F50 have become characteristic of Princess’ distinct F Class identity, with sporty aft canopy and strong foredeck feature lines.
New technology is also available onboard, including Gyro stabilisers and Volvo Penta Easy boating as an option to complement the F50’s advanced resin-infused hull and efficient twin Volvo D8-IPS 800 engines which provide speeds up to 36 knots.
Stylish and technically advanced, the new F50 features a sophisticated standard of refinement with new style helm seats, transom gates and the Princess logo to the bathing platform.
Featuring a luxurious full-beam master stateroom, a forward cabin and an additional twin guest cabin, space onboard has been carefully considered for both the owners and guests.
The overall design aesthetic is classically Princess, with elegant fabrics and materials; new saloon and stateroom sofas, plus Perrin and Rowe sinks in the two lower deck bathrooms.
The refined F Class range includes fresh off-white, pale grey and taupe line-out materials which act as a neutral background and complement all wood selections.
Designed in collaboration with the Princess Design Studio and Princess’s long-standing naval architects, Bernard Olesinski, the new F50 delivers outstanding performance.
The sociable cockpit connects to the sizeable aft galley to provide a seamless transition from outside to in, whilst patio doors open to the saloon.
The saloon features a large U-shaped seating area with a convertible coffee/dining table, two-seater sofa and a helm station featuring the latest Princess styling.
Up to six guests are accommodated onboard across three beautifully appointed cabins, two of which are ensuite.
The spacious full-beam master stateroom invites relaxation, with a double bed, sofa and dressing area. The generous ensuite forward stateroom also includes a double bed with the option of scissor berths to provide flexibility for guests.
A cleverly designed flybridge offers ample room to enjoy the on-water experience, with a U-shaped seating area, forward L-shaped seating which converts to a sun bed plus a well-equipped helm area with twin seats.
The new Princess F50 will debut in Autumn 2022.