The new Princess F50 joins Princess Yachts’ award-winning F Class range as part of its’ enriched line-up. The Princess F50 follows the F45, new F55, F62 and highly anticipated upcoming F65 as part of the Princess flybridge range.
Core F Class qualities are at the heart of the new F50, with bespoke design qualities inside and out. The F50 features Princess’ new exterior design language characterised by an extended knife-edge hull window running from the bow, plus the eradication of the central windscreen spear for increased visibility when boating. As seen on recent developments in the F Class range, a multitude of additional styling lines seen on the F50 have become characteristic of Princess’ distinct F Class identity, with sporty aft canopy and strong foredeck feature lines.
New technology is available on-board, including Gyro stabilizers and Volvo Penta Easy boating as an option to complement the F50’s advanced resin-infused hull and efficient twin Volvo D8-IPS 800 (2 x 600mhp) engines which provide speeds up to 36 knots.
Stylish and technically advanced, the new F50 features a sophisticated standard of refinement with new style helm seats, transom gates and the Princess logo to the bathing platform. Featuring a luxurious full beam master stateroom, a forward cabin and an additional twin guest cabin, space on-board has been carefully considered. The overall design aesthetic is classically Princess, with elegant fabrics and materials; new saloon and stateroom sofas, plus Perrin and Rowe sinks featuring in the two lower deck bathrooms. The refined F Class range includes fresh off-white, pale grey and taupe line-out materials which act as a neutral background and complement all wood selections.
Designed in collaboration with the Princess Design Studio and Princess’s long-standing naval architects, Bernard Olesinski, the new F50 delivers outstanding performance.
The sociable cockpit connects to the sizeable aft galley to provide a seamless transition from outside to in, whilst patio doors open to the saloon – comprised of a large U-shaped seating area with convertible coffee/dining table; two-seater sofa; and a helm station featuring the latest Princess styling.
Up to six guests are accommodated on-board across three beautifully appointed cabins, two of which are en-suite. The spacious full-beam master stateroom invites relaxation, with a double bed, sofa and dressing area. The generous en-suite forward stateroom includes a large double bed with the option of scissor berths to provide flexibility for guests.
A cleverly designed flybridge offers ample room to enjoy the on-water experience, with a U-shaped seating area, forward L-shaped seating which converts to a sunbed plus a well-equipped helm area with twin seats.
The new Princess F50 will be debuting in Autumn 2022.