Privately owned, maniacally maintained and ready for her next owner. Everything about this Princess says refinement, from her graceful swept-back profile, through a stylish, well-laid out interior, to the quality of the engineering down below.
As you step through the wide, sliding, double glass doors from the cockpit into saloon, there was an immediate sense of refined luxury, light and space. Fitted out with deep and inviting sumptuous leather lounges, the saloon gushes style and sophistication. The not inconsiderable 5.03m (16ft6in) beam adds to the sense of space.
Going forward and up two steps, you'll find the galley located starboard with a dinette to port. It has everything you would expect to find on a motor yachts of this standard, including a four-burner cooktop, Corian benchtops, microwave oven, full-height refrigerator with pullout freezer doors, even timber privacy blinds fore and aft for discreet dinner preparation.
Ahead of the galley is the lower helm and adjacent a portside staircase leading to the accommodation below. With hip hugging, adjustable, twin leather helm chairs, tilt-positioning steering wheel and a well laid out dash console, the helm feels almost limousine-like. One of the things that gives a boat a ship-like air is a substantial helm door. The Princess P 62 doesn't disappoint here. She's fitted with a top sliding door perfect for those occasions that the skipper needs to access the sidedecks quickly.
The luxury theme continues with the accommodation, where eight adults are catered for in four cabins. The full-beam owner's suite, with king-size bed and en suite, is vast with a sense of light and space accentuated by huge vertical portholes on either side that open to provide a nice cross breeze.
Forward of the master stateroom is a VIP cabin with en suite, a twin cabin - also with en suite - to starboard and a twin-bunk cabin opposite. Each cabin, as well as the bathrooms, has opening portholes, and there's excellent storage and hanging space throughout. You'll also find a European laundry housing a washer/dryer combo neatly tucked away in the hallway. There are crew quarters aft of the cockpit comprising two bunks, a shower and head. If not needed, you can use the space for extra storage.
The thoughtful design continues outdoors the covered cockpit, via plush, built-in seating along the stern, overhead downlights, and steps to the swim platform. The yacht has an optional concealed 350kg davit in place of the standard passerelle.
Built-in steps from the cockpit lead to the flybridge and, on a nice day, it's the box seat. Driving here gives the skipper good all-round vision, but the areas also comes into its own as a social setting. There are three separate seating areas as well as another sunbed and a fully equipped barbecue and wetbar with fridge. There are also loads of storage lockers and, for those days when the sun is beating down, you can kick back under the bimini for a nice bit of shade.
Being offered for sale through Yacht IN, you are invited to bring offers without any hesitation.
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