The Princess 60, an exemplary express cruiser that will make her U.S. debut at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, packs spacious accommodations, ample open space, sleek lines and stunning views into a 60'3" package that should impress.
Featuring three large cabins with en suite heads, she has a streamlined, low-profile design that boasts an abundance of living space. Her open-plan layout provides great space for lounging on two U-shape sofas, one on the main deck and another on the aft deck. She’s also equipped with two sunpads for tanning and relaxation as well as a large hydraulic bathing platform that allows easy launch and recovery of her tender or other water toys.
There are two exterior dining tables, one on the aft deck and another atop her airy flying bridge. The bridge deck also boasts spacious accommodations and seating. Her galley is equipped with a full-height refrigerator and freezer and a dishwasher; it can be separated from the main saloon with a sliding glass screen. The optional crew’s quarters comfortably accommodates two and features a separate head with shower and sink.
One of the most notable features of the Princess 60 is her interior design, which offers tremendous views. The main saloon is equipped with large, wraparound side windows, allowing for an abundance of natural light and unparalleled sightlines.
Excellent performance should be assured by standard twin 865-hp CAT C15s or optional 930-hp CAT C18s.
This article originally appeared in the November 2011 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.