F Class expands

Princess Yachts has revealed details of the all-new F58 flybridge, part of the F Class series set to debut in 2025.

27 March 2024


UK luxury yacht manufacturer Princess Yachts has announced the Princess F58 at the Palm Beach International Boat Show, which recently concluded in Florida.

The all-new Princess F58 features generous exterior spaces designed with sociability in mind. The flybridge has been configured to maximise guest space, creating a place to entertain with a dining area.

A wet bar with an electric barbecue has been situated aft to open up the area. The flybridge helm is located centrally, providing all-around visibility and offering a second companion seat for guests or crew while underway.

The 18.2-metre F58 is the latest addition to the F Class flybridge series, sitting between the F55 and the series flagship, the F65.

The seating to starboard can be converted to a sunpad for sunbathing, and the extensive exterior deck space is far from limited to the flybridge. The foredeck terrace, a feature borrowed from larger Princess models, is also large enough to entertain or simply offer a tranquil place to relax.


Featuring twin sun pads with a storage locker or optional cool box and adjustable headrests that also transform into backrests for aft-facing seating, this is a flexible space.

The cockpit continues the focus on maximising volume. It connects to the saloon and galley to create a sociable area and also leads down to the bathing platform and mini ‘beach club’ transom area, where owners have options of storage for water toys or a waterside barbecue complete with sink and a fold-down transom seat.

Inside, the interior blends well-honed craftsmanship with a contemporary design that flows throughout the accommodation.

The saloon is surrounded by panoramic windows, while a U-shaped sofa with convertible coffee/dining table and sofa adjacent creates a place to spend time with loved ones.

The galley is situated aft of the saloon and links the cockpit and interior dining spaces to improve sociability.

On the lower deck are three cabins, including a spacious forward VIP guest cabin and a twin to starboard that can be converted into a third double.

The full-beam owner’s stateroom features a breakfast area as well as an ensuite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe. An optional single aft crew cabin with ensuite and storage completes the accommodation.

The first F58 will go into production later this year and make its debut in early 2025.



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