British motor yacht builder Princess Yachts announced that it has showcased the first hull of its Y Class range before the yacht joins her owner in Asia.
The 29m (95.6ft) Y95 features an exterior yacht design by Pininfarina and Olesinski. The Y95 was first debuted at the Cannes Yachting Festival back in 2019.
The flagship vessel from the shipyard’s Y Class range, the Y95 has been built with an emphasis on performance. With the latest yacht hull form and an efficient wave-piercing bow, she will provide class-leading seakeeping, reaching speeds up to 26 knots. Additional yacht design highlights include a spacious garage and a transformer bathing platform, and owners can include a beach club. The Y95 also has the most expansive hull windows ever installed on a Princess yacht.
The Y95 offers accommodation for 10 guests in five staterooms, including a full beam, on deck master suite. The flexible general arrangement also means that owners have the option to customize the vessel and offer six cabins.
This year has been especially busy for Princess Yachts, with a strong presence at boat shows across the world. The British builder displayed eight of its vessels at the Cannes Yachting Festival and debuted it Princess V50 Open yacht.