Princess Yachts has revealed images of its new 25-metre X80. Set to hit the water in 2021, the Princess X80 follows the X95, which established the X Class Superfly range.
Designed by award-winning studio Olesinski and Italian design house Pininfarina, the X80 follows the “sophisticated sculpted surfaces” and “long flowing lines” of the X95, with large and adaptable living spaces for flexible accommodation. The X80 brings the outside in through the maximisation of glazing, which flows along the entire length of the main deck encasing the saloon, galley and forward dining area.
The use of light and innovative design continues below decks, where eight guests are accommodated across four cabins, a full-beam master stateroom located amidships, a forward guest stateroom, a double guest to starboard and a twin cabin to port. Located aft of the main accommodation is the crew quarters, which can accommodate three crew with the standard layout.
Accommodation on board is for eight guests in four cabins, a full beam master stateroom amidships, forward guest stateroom, double guest to starboard and twin cabin to port. An ‘S’ shaped canopy flows into the flybridge deck to balance the visual weight and disguise the volume of the sky lounge. Fitted with twin MAN V12 1900’s the X80 will reach speeds up to 30 knots.
Speaking about the new model, Princess executive chairman Antony Sheriff said: “The X Class’s ground-breaking architecture creates an entirely new product segment as Princess continues to push the boundaries of yacht design.”
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