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Princess V48, bringing excitement and comfort to the superyacht world

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Sleek, dynamic and exceptionally spacious, the new Princess V48 is a highly versatile sports yacht delivering excitement and comfort in equal measure.

Her light-weight, resin infused hull is designed to quicken the transition to planing speeds and so improve efficiency while providing a performance that is both assured and exhilarating. She is equally competent at low speeds with the latest Volvo IPS engines and drive system, making even the tightest of marina manoeuvres a simple and relaxed operation.

The main deck is enclosed and features a spacious saloon which provides a wonderful escape from the heat of the day. This area can be simply transformed for true 'open boating' via a large powered roof and triple sliding doors that connect to the aft cockpit.

The bathing platform is large enough to stow a tender and can be fitted with a raise/ lower mechanism making water sports easily accessible.

Below decks the lower saloon provides a more intimate haven in which to relax and is ideally located adjacent to the galley which has been equipped to provide everything needed for an extended stay on board. Two large en-suite cabins provide sumptuous accommodation with a vast and exceptionally light owner's stateroom amidships and a forward guest cabin with the option of a 'scissor berth' system to create a double or twin beds as required. 

Specifications

Length overall (incl. pulpit) 50ft 10in (15.49m)
Length overall (excl. pulpit) 49ft 11in (15.21m)
Hul length 46ft 2in (14.07m)
Beam 13ft 6in (4.11m)
Draft 3ft 9in (1.14m)
Displacement approx. 17,700 kg* (39,020 lbs)
Fuel capacity 265 gal/330 US gal/1,200l
Water capacity (incl. calorifier) 80 gal/96 US gal/364l

Princess Yachts

princess-yachts2The origins of Marine Projects can be traced back to a day early in 1963 when three men set about starting up a boat chartering business. Cliff Viney a former merchant navy engineer working as a marine engine tuner. David King a serving officer in the Royal Navy and Brian Phillips also a serving officer in the Royal Navy; decided to purchase a Senior 31 hull and deck moulding to fit out in their rented shed in Newport Street, Plymouth.

The 31 foot hull and superstructure arrived within a few days and the men decided to form a limited company. The original name Marine Enterprises had already been registered, so they thought up another name and that was how Marine Projects came into being. At first they made slow progress until King and Phillips left the Navy and joined Viney full time. They found it difficult to get deposits on firm bookings and decided to sell the boat instead.

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