Princess To Show Award-Winning M Class Range Superyachts At The Monaco Yacht Show
Following her global launch earlier this year at Düsseldorf, the Princess 30M M/Y Kohuba will make her Monaco debut alongside the Princess 40M M/Y Solaris from the multi award-winning M Class range , at Quai des Etats-Unis from 28th Sept – 1st Oct.
Princess 30M M/Y Kohuba
The elegant yet contemporary Princess 30M features signature lines that epitomise the M Class. Sweeping window lines and shaped bulwarks enhance the level of light and space across the main deck with the full beam master stateroom benefiting from uninterrupted vistas of the most breathtaking surroundings.
The Princess Design Studio has created a sophisticated and contemporary interior concept across the main deck master suite with a unique reverse cabin layout – a rarity on a 30 metre yacht and the first for the M Class range. An integrated breakfast area is neatly positioned beneath the window with hand-crafted leather panelled cabinetry opposite. The stateroom is bathed in natural light which pours in from the wide sweeping windows and expansive skylight. A generous en suite complements the master with a walk-in shower, twin sinks and granite or marble finish.
Princess 40 M/Y Solaris
The World Superyacht Award 2012 winning model, the Princess 40M M/Y Imperial Princess’s sister, Princess 40M M/Y Solaris, will also be on display with her unique layout.
Solaris enjoys a unique six-cabin interior, the result of a collaborative project between the Princess Design Studio and Mark Berryman Design. Her interior features two master staterooms and a full gymnasium, all finished in a unique, hand-picked oak timber.
The upper deck of Solaris has been transformed into a dedicated owner's deck with a stateroom, seating area, separate office and en suite, all surrounded by large sections of glass for the most commanding and breathtaking views across the water. Through the stateroom's stainless steel doors, a private deck is located aft with an intimate dining area and expansive seating. From here stairs lead to the main deck below or up to the sun deck.30 Sep 2016