Powerful and exhilarating yet timelessly elegant and sophisticated, the new S60 is unmistakably S Class. Her sleek exterior styling with sculpted hull glazing generates a dynamic, agile stance. With an optimised hull form achieving greater efficiency she can reach speeds of up to 38 knots.
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When at anchor her generous deck areas provide space for relaxation including a foredeck seating and sunbathing area, whilst a tender or jet ski can be quickly launched and stowed in the large stern garage.
Her sociable main deck features a galley aft arrangement with open-plan dining area, and sliding doors with a fully opening window leading out to the cockpit. Below deck six guests are accommodated across an en suite full-beam master stateroom and two further guest cabins. Blending iconic design, exceptional engineering and unrivalled craftsmanship the new S60 provides an unforgettable cruising experience.
Princess S60 – galley to saloon
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 facetted geometry defines the interior joinery to create a truly captivating environment.
The Princess Design Studio is synonymous with the creation of beautifully crafted interiors. Each element of the S60 interior is designed with meticulous attention to detail
– both in terms of form and function – and tailored to deliver creative, breathtaking solutions for the ultimate experience on the water. Clean lines, quiet tones, natural materials and luxurious but simple finishes are in perfect harmony.
Princess S60 – master stateroom
‘The S60, inspired by the successful S65, has been developed to showcase all of the core S Class DNA in a product that is both captivating and refined to further establish S Class as a distinctive range within the Princess product portfolio,’ Andrew Lawrence, Head of Design
The super sleek new S60 will launch at the London Boat Show in January 2017.
Length overall (Incl. pulpit) 62’11’’ 19.17m
Length overall (excl. pulpit) 62’1’’ 18.92m
Beam 16’0’’ 4.87m
Draft (at full load) approx 5’0’’ 1.5m
Displacement approx (lightship) 30.5 tonnes
Fuel capacity 3200 litres /705 gal / 845 USG
Water capacity (Incl. calorifier) 603 litres / 132 gal / 159 USG
Hot Water calorifiers 73 litres/ 16 gallon / 19 USG
Black water tank 250 litres / 55 gal / 66 USG
ENGINES – DIESEL
Caterpillar 12.9 (2 x 1000mhp) Maximum speed – up to 35 knots†
MAN V8 1200 (2 x 1200mhp) Maximum speed – up to 38 knots†
*Displacements are calculated with 50% fuel and water but with no optional equipment fitted or other gear or crew aboard. † Maximum speeds will vary depending on cleanliness of hull, condition of sterngear, loading of craft, water and air temperatures, sea conditions and other factors.
Plymouth-based Princess Yachts epitomises the best of British manufacture, from its quality craftsmanship, design and engineering pedigree, to the refined elegant and luxury interior styling of its craft. The result blends cutting-edge technology with traditional craftsmanship to set new standards in performance, evident across the Princess range of sophisticated flybridge motor yachts, dynamic V CLASS sports yachts, ground-breaking S CLASS sportbridge yachts and flagship M CLASS superyachts. The Princess reputation for design, engineering and manufacturing excellence has earned the company global appeal and established it as a truly international brand.
Princess Yachts International was acquired in 2008 by L Capital 2 FCPR, an investment group co-sponsored by LVMH (Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton) and Groupe Arnault. In January 2016, L Capital merged with Catterton to become L Catterton, now recognised as the largest global consumer-faced investment firm.
For further information contact:
Tegan Jolly, Account Manager
Tel: +44 (0) 7872 376 590
Claire Ashton, Communications Manager
Princess Yachts International plc,
Tel: +44 (0) 1752 203888