The Y85 design team focused as much on interior layout and use as on exterior elegance and detail. Light, space and guest comfort define the on-board Y85 experience.
The flybridge focuses on al-fresco living and relaxing with a large dining area opposite a fully-equipped wet bar, barbecue and fridge, further complemented by a large aft sunpad and forward facing seating either side of the helm position, where guests can take shade underneath a piece of floating architecture – the practical louvred hardtop.
Up front, the bow area offers a U-shaped seating area. The sunbeds feature adjustable teak headrests, converting into aft-facing sofas around an optional coffee table. An aft-mounted, hydraulic swim platform allows guests to cool off and enjoy watersports.
The single level main deck meanwhile offers expansive entertaining arrangements from a large aft cockpit dining area featuring a hand-crafted teak table, moving inside to sociable U-shaped aft seating, and forward to a circular dining area adjacent to the well-equipped galley. The main deck can be accessed thanks to a sliding door to the galley and an elegant electronic divider over the bar that transforms the galley from open and sociable to fully enclosed.
Privacy is also maximised by a separate wheelhouse and the ability for the crew to move discretely around the yacht by utilising side deck doors from the helm and galley areas.
Below deck, four ensuite cabins can sleep eight supported by class-leading crew quarters with two further cabins and a crew mess. The master cabin makes full use of the Princess Y85’s width amidships, with natural light flooding in from two large windows. A large ensuite bathroom and dressing room equipped with wardrobes and drawers further accentuate the feeling of infinite storage space.
Other features include the latest UHD LED television, whilst a celebrated partnership with Naim provides the audio system.
The all-new Princess Y85 boasts great performance with powerful twin MAN V12 engines – either 1800mhp or 1900mhp variants – the latter powering the Y85 up to 33 knots. Princess’s pioneering deep-V hull design was developed with naval architects Olesinksi.