Princess V40

Whether you’re slicing through the seas at 38 knots or navigating stormy waters – the Princess V40’s ultra-responsive handling and thrilling acceleration is something to behold. The sculpted form of the Princess V40 is shaped from a lightweight, resin-infused hull composite which can create greater internal volume compared to standard hull production methods. The infamous deep-V hulls associated with our crafts are designed to ensure it requires less power and burns less fuel to achieve its maximum design speed.

A restyled helm console offering greater support and comfort. With a spacious cockpit and the option to open the sunroof (allowing for 5 square metres of open space), it’s a true open boating experience aboard the V40. The cockpit displays a large teak table and well equipped wetbar for all your entertaining needs.

Below deck, the large saloon and well-appointed galley provide a sumptuous space for entertaining with family and friends. Both cabins display contemporary style and generous proportions. The forward cabin has an en-suite bathroom with secondary access to the saloon whilst the aft cabin can be fitted with optional sliding berths to provide easy conversion to a double when required.

With the wetbar in a striking oyster grey and a pewter grey and off-white palette interior, that is both modern and elegant, the Princess V40 has the instantly recognisable V Class look. Draped contrast styling is utilised on upholstery throughout and the main saloon also features Ralph Lauren fabric panelling.

DIMENSIONS

ENGINES – DIESEL
Twin Volvo D6-330 DP (2 x 330mhp)
Speed range: 36-38 knots†

Princess V40
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