The Princess 62, in later model years called the F62, is a 63-foot sport cruiser flybridge motoryacht that was first launched in 2007 and was produced through 2021. Models built after 2016 benefit from an optional updated style with a breezy, sunlit feel and reconfigured leisure space, but both the original and the new model share impeccable seaworthiness and a Bernard Olesinski-designed deep-vee hull.
The flybridge of the F62, with its gorgeous washed teak floor, features an adjustable Bimini top for shelter from the elements and a central helm station for supreme, 360-degree visibility. Newer models also come with the option of a hardtop with radar station should you wish to steer your vessel through the more northerly latitudes. The helm is flanked by two fitted corner sofas, while to the rear there is a large U-shaped sofa lined in durable Ultramarine leather. An outdoor electric barbecue and wet bar facility sits at the center of this living space, ideal for cooking your catch and mixing up an Aperol spritz. To the rear of the fly-bridge is a double-sized sun-pad, where you can sunbathe away those long summer afternoons while gazing out across the transom.
One level down and the generous exterior space continues. A full-beam hydraulic swimming platform will see plenty of wet feet, while a semi-sheltered aft-deck boasts a transom sofa, room for a full dining table and a hydraulic passerelle for the easy lowering and lifting of tenders. Further outdoor space is afforded at the foredeck, where a modular sunpad to the bow meets a Portuguese-bridge style sofa.
The main-deck living space is genuinely free-flowing, with only a step or two separating aft deck from helm station. Windows that wrap around the entirety of the fiberglass and steel superstructure make this sumptuous interior, lined in walnut or light oak, feel even bigger than it already is. The designers truly take advantage of this spaciousness to accommodate all the relaxation room and entertaining space you require on one deck. Instead of a below-deck galley, the Princess 62 places a full kitchen on the main deck for a modern, open plan living space bigger than many apartments. A wet bar and dining bar, topped in gleaming Avonite, give way to double-sink, induction hob, convection oven and full-sized fridge-freezer for an at-home level of amenity. Across from the kitchen there is a white leather L-shaped sofa and extendable teak dining table with plenty of room for a full dinner party serving. Further seating is provided with the addition of a large U-shaped sofa, paired with a teak coffee table, as well as one more L-shaped loveseat to port. On older models, the kitchen is located closer to the main-deck helm, while on the newer versions the kitchen is positioned closer to the rear aft deck. With a glossy finish to surfaces, stainless steel trimmings and the sun streaming in, it is a wonder anyone ever leaves this exceptional main deck.
Yet a few steps downstairs offer the perfect place to retreat after the sun falls. The below-helm master stateroom occupies the full 16-foot beam of this yacht, and includes an upholstered side sofa to port, a workstation or beauty console to starboard, en suite bathroom and walk-in shower facility, clothes cupboard and four-panelled mullioned windows. On the newer models, meanwhile, the expansive space remains the same, but the windows have been replaced with single-panel trapezoidal windows with unimpeded views out across the water’s shimmering surface. Across the other guest suites porthole windows on the original model have been upgraded with knife-insert windows to provide sweeping external lines and even greater natural light. With three spacious en suite staterooms, each lined in satin-brushed wood, and the option of crew quarters to the rear, there is a total occupancy of eight aboard this vessel.
Princess 62 yachts come fitted with dual Volvo D13 engines as standard, while dual MAN or Caterpillar engines are available as optional upgrades. Top speeds shatter the 30-knot barrier with ease, while at cruising speeds, and with almost 900 gallons in the fuel tank, you can embark on long-range adventures through a variety of blue-water conditions. This yacht also boasts supreme agility and stability thanks to the use of bow and stern thrusters, trim-tabs and Seakeeper NG9 gyro stabilizers. Owner-operators will doubtlessly enjoy sitting at the two helm stations, and will feel confident piloting this impressive vessel through tricky marina openings and along rugged coastlines thanks to the installation of Furuno radar and chartplotting as well as the latest in Raymarine electrical equipment.
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