Line-up to include the Asia-Pacific debut of Princess S60, Princess 49, Princess 32M, as well as the Asia premiere of Jeanneau's Merry Fisher 895 and Sun Odyssey 349.
SINGAPORE – Asia’s leading provider of luxury yachts and sole distributor of Princess Yachts in Southeast Asia, Boat Lagoon Yachting, is set to have the largest Princess Yachts display at the Singapore Yacht Show 2017from 6th to 9th April.
Boat Yachting Lagoon’s impressive line-up will feature 11 Princess Yachts, from the Asia-Pacific debut of the timelessly elegant Princess S60 to the sublimely enjoyable Princess 49 and yachts ranging from 39 ft. to 105 ft. – including ultra-luxury super yacht Princess 32M, the largest of the fleet. Rounding up this remarkable showcase will be the Asia premiere of Jeanneau’s distinguished powerboat Merry Fisher 895 and the high-performance yet family-friendly sailboat Sun Odyssey 349.
In addition to this year’s showcase at Singapore Yacht Show 2017, Boat Lagoon Yachting will also be expecting the arrival of the much anticipated Asia premiere of the brand-new Princess 30M mid this year.
“Boat Lagoon Yachting represents some of the most prestigious brands in the world of yachting, and we are proud to be part of the Singapore Yacht Show for the 7th time running to showcase our new Princess Yachts and Jeanneau models which will appeal to a wide spectrum of discerning tastes and lifestyles,” said Vrit Yongsakul, Group Managing Director of Boat Lagoon Yachting.
The Boat Lagoon Yachting display will be at stand numbers: E8a, E13b and E15 at the Singapore Yacht Show 2017 from 6th to 9th April.
Based in Plymouth, England since 1965, Princess Yachts is one of the world’s most foremost luxury yacht manufacturers, universally respected for representing the best of British engineering and timeless elegance of its design. Princess Yachts’ pioneering deep-V hulls are born from their naval architect’s obsession with exceptional seakeeping and voluminous space. Their sculpted form is shaped from a lightweight, resin-infused hull composite which can create greater internal volume compared to standard hull production methods. This ingenious design ensures it requires less power and burns less fuel to achieve its maximum design speed. Such precision thinking gives rise to the most exhilarating performance, defined by its efficiency, agility and poise.
The Princess 32M Class yacht is the epitome of Princess’ foray into the ultra-luxury super yacht market, providing an enviable cruising experience with its spacious exterior and interior where attention to detail is matched to thoughtful design and quality craftsmanship. Its inviting spaciousness extends to the full-beam master suite and VIP cabin, each created in the height of comfort and opulence. Large expanses of glass have been used to create panoramic windows that allow plenty of light to flood the interior for a spacious and airy feel. The pinnacle of ‘comfortable luxury’, Princess 32M is a highly detailed, world-class build that has everything an owner could desire – offering an unparalleled luxury yacht experience that is like no other.
Powerful yet timelessly elegant, the new Princess S60 is unmistakably S Class. It features a sleek exterior styling with sculpted hull glazing that generates a dynamic and agile stance. With an optimised hull form achieving greater efficiency, it can reach speeds of up to 38 knots. When at anchor, Princess S60’s generous deck area provides ample space for relaxation including a foredeck seating and sunbathing area, whilst a tender or jet ski can be quickly launched and stowed in the large stern garage. Its sociable main deck features a galley aft arrangement with open-plan dining area and sliding doors with a fully opening window that leads out to the cockpit.
Princess S60 can accommodate six guests below deck across an en-suite full-beam master stateroom and two guest cabins. Blending iconic design, exceptional engineering and unrivalled craftsmanship, the new S60 is set to provide an unforgettable cruising experience.
Whether it is cutting through waves at speeds up to 35 knots or cruising at a highly economical 30 knots, the new Princess 49 promises to be sublimely enjoyable. It combines the latest IPS pod drive system with a new modified deep-V hull, providing ease of handling and manoeuvrability. Princess 49’s social flybridge arrangement enjoys a twin helm seat, convertible L-shaped sofa and generous seating aft. The spacious deck saloon comes alive with light from panoramic windows, and has an ingenious aft-galley layout which can be fitted with a full-height fridge/freezer. Below deck, guests can choose to relax in a full beam owner’s stateroom, a forward guest cabin with the option of scissor berths and a generous two berth starboard cabin – exemplifying a luxury yacht in a class of its own.
PRINCESS 30M (set to arrive mid-2017)
Princess 30M embodies the combination of cutting-edge pilothouse design with effortless long range passage making, featuring a variable geometry hull design that stretches the boundaries in hydro-dynamic design, space and comfort.
The Princess Design Studio captures the very essence of interior design ambition with its purposeful and distinctive design. The mega-yacht has an inarguable touch of class with admirable amounts of space and natural light, featuring an invitingly vast flybridge that accommodates sun loungers, sofas, a dining area, a wet bar and even a spa bath – all with prestigious handcrafted finish throughout. Offering an unparalleled level of design and luxury, guests will also be cossetted with a choice of three or four beautifully en-suite cabins to choose from.
Jeanneau’s history began in 1957 in Les Herbiers, a small city located in French western coastal department of Vendée where the company headquarters are still located today. Part of the Beneteau group since 1995, Jeanneau is one of the world’s biggest shipyards, specialising in the production of various sailing boats, power boats, and motor yachts from 5m to 23m. More than fifty years after its creation, Jeanneau has remained true to the values that built its success: adherence to the true maritime tradition, love of beautiful lines, use of state-of-the-art technologies, and careful attention to functionality, security and respect of nature. With thousands of possible combinations, the deck plans and sumptuous interiors of Jeanneau Yachts insure an exceptional quality of life and level of comfort on board.
MERRY FISHER 895
Designed for cruising, the all-new Merry Fisher 895 is a true weekender and coastal cruiser with its spacious and incredibly bright interior, extra comfort and innovation. It features an opening side gate, a recessed side deck, as well as a very generous storage capacity. The main cabin, with wide windows, is equipped with a head with shower and marine WC.
The practical cockpit is modular and spacious, with an L-shaped saloon, reclining seatbacks and armrests with cup holders. Seatbacks pivot in both the interior and exterior to suit individual preferences. With such clever details, the Merry Fisher 895 makes unforgettable cruises possible, perfect for fishing or sharing unique moments together as a family.
SUN ODYSSEY 349
From the very first glance, the Sun Odyssey 349 captivates with its pure lines, generous interior volume and inviting cockpit. Designed by Marc Lombard and staying true to the values of the Sun Odyssey line, the 349 is the perfect combination of performance, comfort and safety at sea. Whether in the cockpit or at the helm, at anchorage or at sea, one will enjoy taking full advantage of this seaworthy, stable and easy-to-handle sailboat.
The high-quality woodwork accents an incredibly bright, well-lit interior. With two or three cabins, a spacious saloon and a very functional galley, the Sun Odyssey 349 proves both well considered and inviting, offering individuals the opportunity to taste the pleasures of family cruising.
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