Princess X95: have you ever seen a 29-meter yacht with a 27 m flybridge? Entrusted to Bernard Olesinski for naval architecture and Pininfarina for design, the new Princess X95 is the equivalent of the crossover in the car world. Today the first photos of this new Princess at sea arrived.
Princess X95: the explosion of space
What do the shipowners want today? Space, more and more. And so boats “rise” as volumes grow, like walking areas for example. Like the new Princess X95. The main deck of this boat is already different from everything you are used to and is without a wheelhouse. It looks like a large loft with an all-round view where you can choose various layouts.
Thanks to the almost total coverage of the main deck, the fly is almost 27 meters long. On the fly, there is the wheelhouse and sky lounge in the enclosed part and a large relaxation and dining area aft.
Boat technical board: Princess X95
Loa: 29.1 m – B.max: 6.77 m – Engine: 2x 1900 hp (MAN V12) – Fuel: 4000 l – Info: www.princessitalia.it
Princess, the construction site of the billionaire Arnault
Some corporate partnerships hold out over time. One example is Princess Yachts International, one of the oldest British yachting brands based in Plymouth. The British yard was purchased in June 2008 at a price of £200 million, 70% of which was purchased by LVMH (Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton), a Paris-based European company that owns haute couture and luxury goods companies.
LVMH is owned by Bernard Arnault, a French entrepreneur and one of the richest men in the world, with an estimated wealth of 26 billion dollars. The corporate alliance for the British shipyard is going well, as in 2017 it set record sales with total orders for $1 billion and an increase in turnover of 26.6% compared to 2016.
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