The fluid exterior graphic of the new Princess S62 silhouette is unmistakably S Class. All of the traditional qualities of craftsmanship and refinement are displayed and reinvented in a deliberately more involving, integrated interior concept.
Clean flowing precise lines accentuate the spear-less double curvature deckhouse glazing and soft facetted geometry defines the interior joinery to create a truly captivating environment.
Low deadrise hull
The Princess S62 hull is based on the Olesinski low deadrise hull form, optimised for greater lift and less drag, leading to lower planing speeds and greater efficiency. Twin MAN engines will offer power outputs of 1200mhp producing estimated maximum speeds of 32-38 knots.
Luxurious interior Below deck, the future owner can expect the luxury expected of the S-Class, with the interior finished in walnut and teak. Aft crew cabins with separate toilets and showers provide the necessary privacy. The starboard cabin can be converted into a double berth using a motorised sliding mechanism. The galley is fully equipped with dishwasher, electric grill/BBQ, wet bar and ice maker.
Technical data: Length over all: 19,17 m Width: 4,87 m Draught: 1,4 m Displacement: 30.500 kg Motorization: max. 2 x 1200 HP