The Princess 85 is a 26mt luxury superyacht that seamlessly combines luxury, performance and effortless livability to suit a variety of cruising needs on the open seas. The boat carries USA flag and is lying in South Turkey.
The master suite is situated logically amidships to take advantage of the full beam and benefits from natural lighting afforded by the vertical portlights to port and starboard. This luxurious and well-planned retreat features a vanity/desk area and an in-suite dinette ideal for dining or relaxing in privacy. The large walk-in closet boasts ample hanging space, while the master bathroom can be equipped with either a large stall shower or a whirlpool bathtub. The forward VIP stateroom includes a walk-in closet, dressing table, and en suite bathroom. The aft location of the crew quarters provides both space and privacy and features two staterooms and a fully-equipped kitchenette. Access to the main deck is made simple on the Princess 85 Motor Yacht via the spiral staircase to the salon or the integrated stairwell to the aft deck. The perfect environment for socializing and entertaining is available thanks to the large U-shaped settee shaded by the flybridge overhang on the aft deck. The welcoming setting of the salon invokes the comfort of home, allowing for casual conversation, relaxation, and breathtaking views from residential style seating to port. The open concept galley forward is both functional and social with a large dinette under the windshield. Dual side deck doors provide quick access to the foredeck where guests can retreat to the seating area to take in the sunset. The possibilities are endless when it comes to the expansive swim platform with its large electro-hydraulic davit, allowing for tender storage on the aft portion of the flybridge and capable of carrying additional water toys below.
Length: 26 mt
Beam: 6,3 mt
Draft: 1,6 mt
Construction: GRP Composite
Engines:2 x Caterpillar (1825 HP)
Engine Hours: 1100
Cruising speed: 25 Knots
Builder: Princess Yachts
Exterior designer: Bernard Olesinski