Princess Yachts has confirmed that four of the brand’s yachts will make their show debut at this year’s Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, scheduled for 20 to 23 May.
Located at Marina H1 to H6 for the display, the UK brand will exhibit the popular medium-sized model the V39, plus the F55, F50 and the new V Class model hand-built in Plymouth, the V55.
With a forward order book currently scheduled until 2023, this year’s Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show will also act as the Asia–Pacific premiere for the Princess V55.
Representing Princess Yachts at the Queensland boat show will be distributors Greg Haines and Scott Davis, who both joined the Princess Yachts network in April 2019.
“Sanctuary Cove is Australia’s leading boat show, with its carnival atmosphere, fantastic restaurants and terrific shopping,” said Haines on the UK brand’s upcoming exhibition.
“We’ll be hosting numerous owner’s events throughout the show, culminating in our owners’ cockpit party in conjunction with Bentley motor vehicles so guests can ‘experience the exceptional’ with Princess.”
Focused on an exciting and comfortable life at sea, Princess Yachts’ V Class offers a range of athletic, dynamic and luxurious models, designed intentionally to align with any owner’s outdoor lifestyle.
This direction is seen in the V55’s all-new Princess deep-V, resin-infused hull, providing a foundation for agile, ocean-going performance. Its interior design and architecture complement this, working in tandem to reduce its centre of gravity.
Also on display at this year’s Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show will be the award-winning F55 and F50.
Designed for outdoor living, both in high performance and sheer comfort, the F55 features a 17.80-square-metre flybridge with convertible sun bed, twin helm seats, wet bar and ergonomic dining areas.
Below deck, the master stateroom and forward cabin offer large double beds while the starboard guest cabin contains two single beds that can be converted into a double. Complementing the interior are the hull windows in the expansive saloon, allowing natural light to pour into each deck.
Speed-wise, the F55 can approach a top speed of 33 knots.
Featuring a full-beam master stateroom, a forward cabin and additional twin guest cabin, the F50 follows the lineage of the brand’s preceding flybridge yachts to deliver an on-water experience that prioritises space and functionality.
“Thanks to key industry players, Superyacht Australia and AIMEX, Australia is now extremely appealing to boaters from far and wide and in the future we expect to see the Sanctuary Cove Boat Show growing to be a major international show across Asia–Pacific,” said Chief Marketing Officer of Princess Yachts, Kiran Haslam.
“The Sanctuary Cove facilities are amazing and the development of that marina really brings the next edition of the show to life, with Greg and the team seizing the opportunity of a stunning yacht line-up to present a fantastic celebration of the Princess brand.”