The Princess V50 is an adaptable 50-foot sports cruiser that comes in either an enclosed or open main deck configuration. Launched in 2018, the yacht boasts unmatchable handling thanks to a Bernard Olesinski-designed deep-V hull, sleek lines and plenty of accommodation and entertaining space.
The closed main deck version features a neat coupe cockpit, accessed through rear sliding glass doors, with a large, U-shaped leather sofa surrounding a teak dining table, a pair of Nero black leather helm seats and cabinetry to starboard. There is also a retractable above-helm sunroof with mullioned skylights on this model for al-fresco piloting should you encounter favorable conditions, and plenty of natural light coming through the dynamic windows that curve across the cockpit’s fiberglass structure.
The open main deck model, meanwhile, offers plenty of shelter from the elements thanks to a fiberglass hard-top above helm, while the rear of the open cockpit blends seamlessly into a teak-lined aft deck. Here you will find a hook-shaped sofa and a teak table adjoining a huge, Movida sunpad that sits atop a tender garage large enough for modern water toys. On the closed model, however, the sunpad is removed to provide for a comfortable transom sofa.
Both models boast side steps down to a full-beam hydraulic swimming platform that is perfect point from which to start your swimming and watersports adventures. A further sunpad is available on the foredeck of both the open and closed Princess V50 for marina-facing sunbathing.
Below-deck layouts on both models are neatly configured to make the most out of this compact yacht’s dimensions, with strip windows and opening portholes providing natural light throughout. There is a full-beam, ensuite amidship master stateroom with a queen-sized island bed, vanity desk and loveseat, a forward V-berth with a raised double bed and a skylight, as well as a spacious galley kitchen and dining area. The galley boasts white Avonite worktops, a three-zone hob, convection oven, stainless steel sink and a full-height fridge-freezer, while the diner is made up of an L-shaped leather sofa with a teak dining table. The only difference between open and closed models on this level is that on the open model there is a slightly larger kitchen and a U-shaped sofa with extra seating space.
Inside spaces across both decks come in the classic tones of Rovere or Alba oak, with optional Walnut upgrades; white, cream or metallic grey upholstery; and piping and panelling in Met Macadamia or Hitch Avalanche. The V50 also benefits from reverse cycle air conditioning for climate-controlled comfort whatever the weather.
The Princess V50 utilizes next-generation Volvo Penta IPS600 pod drive engines for top speeds of up to 34 knots and super-responsive Penta joystick controls. At cruising speeds of 21 knots, meanwhile, the yacht consumes an efficient 110 litres per hour from a fuel tank holding 1325 litres of diesel. Use of Raymarine electronics equipment promotes confident navigation as you traverse across the seas, while bowthrusters add a touch of agility on the move.
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