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Princess Yachts reveals lineup for Boot Düsseldorf 2022

British builder introduces its all-new Princess X80 and the all-new V50 at Boot

author icon By APB Staff | 24 November 2021

Princess X80

Princess X80

Britain’s Princess Yachts has confirmed it will make two global launches at the upcoming Boot Düsseldorf 2022, which is set to take place in January following a Covid hiatus.

The builder introduces its all-new Princess X80 and the all-new V50 at Boot as global premieres, while the Princess X95 and Y72 will also make their show debuts at Boot, which runs January 22-30. The Princess F55 and V55 make up the six-yacht display.

Antony Sheriff, Princess Yachts’ executive chairman, says: “Princess Yachts is thrilled to see the return of the much-anticipated boot Düsseldorf 2022 and eagerly await the opportunity to be back with the team at Messe Düsseldorf in person.”

Sheriff says that the builder will have its full X Class range on display, which includes both the X95 and its smaller sister ship, the X80. “We look forward to showing the world how we continue to push the boundaries in yacht design,” he adds.

READ: Interview with Princess Yachts Chairman Antony Sheriff

V50
The all-new V50, available as a deck saloon or open model, replaces the original V50. Crafted with a new hull mould that delivers impeccable handling and sea-keeping, this modern sports yacht features new standards of refinement in interior fixtures and fittings as seen on her larger counterpart, the V55. An extended canopy creates the perfect place for guests to enjoy the outdoors under the large shaded cockpit area, whilst attractive shapes and forms flow throughout the main deck saloon.

X80
Featuring an extended flybridge that provides 30 per cent more indoor space than a traditional motor yacht, the X80 is the smaller sister ship to the award-winning X95.  Defined by innovative layout options with a  host of distinct spaces, the X80 includes an enclosed bridge and Skylounge on the upper deck, and an optional master stateroom forward on the main deck. The design comes courtesy of a partnership with Olesinski and Pininfarina.

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