Dynamic port light windows cascade the full length of the hull, characterizing the “gently-aggressive” design of the new Princess V50. Officially presented last January, she has finally touched water with a great personality. She is offered in different layout options: so, for example, she can be equipped with an astern extra large sun pad and an open area near the pilot station or with a L-shaped seat to have dinner in the cockpit.
The central salon is covered by an opening full-length roof while a 360-degree window floods interiors with natural light, making the overall environment look even bigger. Below deck, an additional lounge is furnished with a table and a galley and separates the two double cabins, both equipped with a bathroom and separate shower compartment. There is also the option of converting the dinette into a third twin-bedded cabin. Both cabins and dinette benefit from a great amount of natural light which enters from the large port light windows. At sea, the V50 doesn’t hide her soul.
The V Class has always featured great seaworthiness but this generation has been totally renovated. Not only the hull design but also construction has been improved, thanks to the use of innovative materials as well as lamination and infusion technology. This has resulted into greater lightness, greater efficiency, lower planing speed and lower consumption. Power comes from two Volvo IPS 600 ( 2 x 435 mhp) engines which deliver a top speed of 30-32 knots. In the stern, the electro-hydraulic boarding platform gives instant access to a garage that, in addition to many water toys, can accommodate a 3.25-meter tender. The V50 is a luxury sporty boat, perfect for long-range cruising.