Princess Yachts is once again boldly re-writing the rules of yacht design with the recently launched X95.
Designed with what Princess Yachts calls an ‘open concept’ in mind, the X95 is the first model in Princess Yachts’ new X Class. Challenged with setting a new standard of layout excellence, which is defined by large, adaptable spaces that can be used and formatted in numerous ways, it offers the owner and guests a uniquely flexible boating lifestyle.
Spatial lay-out is highly practical and user friendly. X95’s interior design allows the owner to define each journey around their guests’ preferences.
Princess continue to push the boundaries of yacht design and build a brand leadership position in the luxury yacht market. At its core is a unique concept for the flybridge and main deck interior space, both of which cover almost the full length of the yacht, creating the super flybridge –the X Class’s defining characteristic. Princess claim that the layout provides 10% more outdoor space and 40% more indoor space than a traditional motor yacht.
Inside the X95, Princess Yachts represents the epitome of British craftsmanship. On boarding the boat via the large teak-laid transom deck platform at the stern, a pair of distinctive stairways immediately lead up to a huge cockpit, before the entrance to the main deck saloon. The lengthening of the main deck to the bow of the boat has created an unprecedented space, extending to almost 18m. This large, open space, can be configured in a traditional fashion or you can also choose to configure the X95 to suit your requirements.
The flybridge offers a fully enclosed and climate-controlled sky lounge which also houses the pilothouse. Just behind it is the large lounge area with soft seating, teak flooring and commanding panoramic views. Behind the Sky Lounge is an enormous rear flybridge area with a covered dining zone for eight and a large flexible space for free-standing lounge furniture.