Powerful, exhilarating and precise yet timelessly elegant and sophisticated, the Princess S60 blends iconic design, exceptional engineering and unrivalled craftsmanship to create an unforgettable, emotional experience.
The fluid exterior graphic of the Princess S60 silhouette is unmistakably S Class, from the trapezoidal stateroom and knife hull windows to the pronounced rear haunches and swept back fly screen, its powerful yet elegant form generates a dynamic, agile stance.
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 soft facetted geometry defines the interior joinery to create a truly captivating environment.
The very essence of S Class is powerful, exhilarating and precise yet timelessly elegant and sophisticated; S Class blends iconic design, exceptional engineering and unrivalled craftsmanship to create an unforgettable, emotional experience.
The Princess S60 hull is based on the Olesinski low deadrise hull form, optimised for greater lift and less drag, leading to lower planning speeds and greater efficiency. Engine variants from Volvo and MAN will offer power outputs between 900-1200mhp producing estimated maximum speeds of 32-38 knots.
Princess S60 Interior
Each element of the Princess S60 interior is designed with meticulous attention to detail – both in terms of form and function – and tailored to deliver creative, breath-taking solutions for the ultimate experience on the water. Clean lines, quiet tones, natural materials and luxurious but simple finishes are in perfect harmony.
Instantly recognisable as a member of the S Class range, the S60 utilises the same design ethos as both of her larger counterparts – the S72 and S65 – through the same use of materials and timbers and by retaining the same overall design integrity.
Careful attention has been paid to ambient lighting throughout the interior and exterior by creating washes of lighting behind furniture and feature panels and through the deck flooring in the cockpit and foredeck areas. Familiar design accents such as her super chic exterior upholstery with hand stitched contrast detailing, her hand laid directional veneers and soft angled geometry furniture, her recessed fashion lines through the internal bulkheads and headlining, her black perforated window liners, her extraordinarily comfortable sofa, her hand stitched helm seats and ergonomically designed helm area reinforce her as a worthy and exciting member of the S Class.
Stylish, contemporary, timeless, quietly confident, memorable, seamlessly executed and beautifully finished.
|Length overall (incl. pulpit):||62′ 11″ (19.17m)|
|Length overall (excl. pulpit):||62′ 1″ (19.92m)|
|Fuel capacity:||3200 litres/705 gal/845 USG|
|Water capacity (incl. calorifier):||603 litres/132 gal/159 USG|
|Hot Water Calorifiers:||73 litres /55 gal/66 USG*||Black Water Tank:||73 litres/16 gallon/19 USG|
|Draft (at full load) (approx):||4′ 7″ (1.4m)|
|Displacement (lightship):||30.5 tonnes|
*capacity under review
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+
+ Speeds are given at half load condition with boat to standard specification and with no additional equipment on board. Speeds are estimated and given in good faith but without warranty