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The Princess 43 Fly might be the smallest flying bridge model in the company’s line, but she still carries all of the telltale signs of a Princess—high-quality fit and finish, efficient cruising, and a solid hull that can handle the seas. She’s bigger than her name implies with an LOA of 47 feet, and that spacious flying bridge with two settees and a dinette adds to the amount of usable space onboard. Belowdecks she has a forepeak en suite master and an additional stateroom to starboard that has access to the dayhead.
If you like the two-stateroom Princess yachts, but want to take a little off the top and lose that flying bridge, take a look at the Princess V39. This 42-foot express cruiser is great for cruises in balmy climes, with plenty of outdoor space to feel the wind in you hair, especially if you go with the optional cockpit sunpad. Belowdecks she has a U-shaped settee to port opposite the galley (think snacks not feasts) and the head. The forepeak houses the master, with twin berths abaft the galley beneath the cockpit sole.
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- Builder: Princess Yachts
- Model: Princess 43 Fly
This article originally appeared in the November 2014 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.