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The all-new Princess X80 will be the second member of the X Class ‘Superfly’ family. She has a ‘super flybridge’ which offers over 30% more useful interior space on board than a traditional flybridge yacht of its length. Available with an optional master stateroom on the main deck with a privately owned sundeck, the X80’s adventure capabilities offer the opportunity to explore cruising areas further afield with the option of a large 8,800 liter tank.

The Princess X80 brings the outside in through the maximization of glazing that flows the entire length of the main deck and envelops the saloon, galley and forward dining area. The use of a light and innovative design continues below deck where 8 guests are accommodated in 4 en-suite staterooms, a main beam master stateroom amidships, a forward guest stateroom, a starboard double guest cabin and a port double cabin. Behind the main accommodation is the crew quarters which can accommodate 3 crew members with the standard layout. Life aboard the X80 is really different from other boats of its size.

The capabilities for adventure on the beautifully sculpted X80 provide the opportunity to explore and cruise further than ever before.

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Twin Man V12-1900 (2 x 1900mhp)

Sleipner Hydraulic system (consisting of separate engine driven hydraulic pumps on each engine with cross connections allowing any system to be supplied with hydraulic power from either engine) and incorporating VF1350 vector fin stabilizer system. When underway fins are driven by engine powered hydraulic pumps and at zero speed by a generator powered electric motor. Hydraulic Sternthruster (variable speed 320Kg) Extended range fuel tank White Gel Coat Finish (with dark grey water line, black antifouling. Hull & bathing platform fendering is white with stainless steel insert) Skylounge coaming to be finished in Oyster Grey metallic paint Graphite grey hardtop wrap around and ribbon/support legs to be remain finished in Oster Grey finished in Oyster Grey metallic as per standard Walnut interior wood satin finish (galley floor is V groove planked walnut as standard, Skylounge (with inlaid rug*) and wheelhouse are in V groove stained oak as standard) Cockpit chairs (3) Optional five (5) stateroom layout with additional forward main deck master stateroom and additional chairs for selected dining table options (10 place settings total). For clarification purposes: Optional 5-cabin layout does not have additional dining chairs – it has additional dining place settings to make 10 2x fixed bar stools in front of galley worktop/lifting screen Saloon Dining area with dinette sofa and powered folding up/down/inboard/outboard coffee/dining table to seat 10, in lieu of standard saloon large U-shaped sofa (includes additional cutlery, crockery & glasses service sets) with free standing chairs (5) Crew mess in lieu of the standard aft port cabin berth, incorporating kitchenette, breakfast bar and 2 bar stools (note this option is compatible with the installation of Glendinning shore support equipment). Starboard cabin is unaltered from standard. Kitchenette is equipped with 2-zone hob, convection microwave oven, under counter fridge/freezer and mixer tap/sink. engine emergency stop) Hinged door to port side of main deck dinette/optional main deck master stateroom giving access to side deck/foredeck with opening porthole Galley worktop in Misty Carrara Flybridge aft wet bar unit fitted with electric BBQ Flybridge aft wet bar unit fitted with 90L drawer fridge (cannot be fitted with optional icemaker) Plug in carbon pole transom shower and deck socket to bathing platform Cool box accessed from flybridge foredeck walkthrough area (adjacent to coach roof locker). Main deck foredeck manual up/down dining/sunbed conversion, with infill cushion Third station controls in starboard side of flybridge coaming Upgrade to two ONAN 27 kW /50 Hz generators to be fitted in place of standard (recommended with Gulf spec. aircon & gyro stabiliser) AGM 90Ah batteries in place of standard (for start, domestic and generator batteries). Continental 220v/240v sockets 100l drawer refrigerator for cockpit servery Underwater transom lights (4x Lumishore THX 803 full colour interfaced with Radar/Chartplotter MFDs) Freshwater maker (190L/h) complete with remote instrumentation and service/spares kit (Note: – cannot be selected with the optional Spot Zero watermaker) Underfloor heating in Main deck master & midships VIP bathrooms Heated towel rail to bathroom (each – specify location. Note: standard in Lower deck Master Stateroom) Exterior lighting upgrade package (incorporated into scene selection) Interior lighting upgrade package (incorporated into scene selection) Electric roman blinds in place of manual in Lower Deck Owner’s stateroom Electric roman blinds in place of manual in all guest cabins Electric roller blinds to all main deck living area windows (excluding day head area) in place of manual blinds includes curved blind to forward dining) Electric roman blinds to Sky lounge in place of manual Galley Miele wine cooler (34 bottles) Supply and fit copex with mouse for later fitting of sat tv Supply and fit copex for later fitting of FLIR camera “Cockpit seating area Audio Package Naim audio Uniti Atom system with Bluetooth, multi-zone streaming capability and dedicated app. Paired with JL Audio waterproof speakers (2) a subwoofer and an amplifier” Foredeck seating walk-through area Audio Package Naim Uniti Atom audio system with Bluetooth, multi-zone streaming capability and dedicated app. Paired with JL Audio waterproof speakers KVH (TV6) Tracvision – within a 67cm dome (linked to saloon and skylounge) Dummy KVH (TV6) dome 67cm Additional Raymarine Axiom XL multifunction 19” brilliant colour multifunction display at helm with RMK-10 remote control keypad European version plotter Raymarine AIS Class A transponder interfaced with chartplotters International VHF Mosquito screens for portlights Fit reticulated foam to all fixed exterior cockpit and foredeck seating/sunbed in place of standard (to improve drainage) Exterior covers – Grey Canvas Foredeck sun awning with carbon fibre poles (charcoal grey mesh) and deck mounting sockets Aft flybridge sun awning with carbon fibre poles (charcoal grey mesh) and deck mounting sockets Cockpit privacy screen Colour scheme Cushion Scheme Saloon table lamp Marlow Skylounge coffee table 1Kg Hull/Superstructure gelcoat Spare set of anodes (hull, transom platform & swim ladder) Additional fuel with additional fuel tank (8800L)

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Meet the Princess X Class: Super Flybridge Yachts

The Princess X Class range of superyachts was first introduced in 2020 as the new flagship range of superyachts from Princess Yachts. Two models have been brought to the market: the X80 and the X95. These super flybridge yachts offer more useable interior space than their traditional counterparts, and represent the culmination of nearly 50 years of luxury yacht design, to create vessels that reinvent luxury living on the water.

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Princess X95 & X80

Princess X95: style and space: The X95 is the largest model of the X-Class and makes quite the first impression. Large and breathtaking, you can’t help but study every inch of this pinnacle of marine engineering. Antony Sheriff Executive Chairman, Princess Yachts, says: ‘The X95 breaks the mould of traditional yacht design. The unique open plan architecture provides 10% more outdoor space and 40% more indoor space than a traditional motor yacht of similar exterior dimensions.’ Beautifully sculpted surfaces and signature long flowing lines define a captivating design ethos on the X95. Expansive spaces create more flexibility thanks to both the flybridge and main deck covering almost the entire length of the yacht.

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X95 Exterior

You’ll step aboard and instantly feel that sense of ‘superyacht space’ in the main saloon and a line of sight right through to the forward window and the open-plan galley with dining area. Heading up the internal staircase to the Sky-Lounge on the upper deck opens out to a generous deck featuring a round dining table, relaxed sofa-seating and sun loungers. Taking pride of place on her lower deck is a full beam owner’s stateroom with ensuite. Further exquisitely styled accommodation comprises the forward stateroom with walk-in wardrobe and ensuite bathroom along with port and starboard guest cabins with electronically-converting twin to double beds. Different interior layouts can accommodate up to 10 guests, while generous crew quarters can accommodate 3. With a fuel capacity of 13,400 litres, the X95 has the range for far-reaching, adventurous voyages at speeds up to 23 knots on the sea.

Princess X80: adventure in luxury: Following the immediate success of the Princess X95, the unique X-Class formula was translated into a vessel that reduced in length, without sacrificing substance. The striking X80 retains the ‘super flybridge’ and provides more than 30% more useful interior space onboard than a traditional flybridge yacht of a similar length.

The flow of expansive glazing along the entire length of the main deck brings the outside in, creating a sense of being at one with the ocean. The main deck layout offers the flexibility to be more formal with sliding doors to the galley and an elegant electronic divider over the bar, that transforms the galley from open and sociable to fully enclosed.

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X80 Interior Aft

Travel forward to the dining area which offers 270° panoramic toughened glass windows. Alternatively, you can opt for a main deck owner’s stateroom which includes a private sundeck. The X80 also features a breathtaking Sky Lounge that leads to the enclosed pilot house forward, and to an open flybridge deck with ample relaxed seating and an al fresco dining area aft. The use of light, innovative design and craftsmanship continues below deck where up to 8 guests are accommodated across 4 ensuite cabins, a full-beam owner’s stateroom located amidships, a forward guest stateroom, a double and a twin cabin. The X80 is capable of adventures further afield with the option of a long range 8,800 litre tank. Fitted with MAN V12 1900mph engines, she can even reach speeds up to 31 knots.

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X-Yachts' X-35 follows the hugely successful X-99, which has been a firm favourite of cruiser racers for years. But does it live up to its younger sisters reputation?

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She has more gears upwind than you'll know what to do with at first. Credit: X-Yachts Credit: X-Yachts

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When it comes to serious numbers in one ­design yachts, the X-99 rates as one of the most successful designs of modern times, with 600 built since 1985. But after 21 years, the company that created one of the few big-boat classes to have ISAF status has launched its replacement, the X-Yachts X-35.

Given the huge success of the X-99, it’s clear X-Yachts have set themselves a very high target if they are to get anywhere near repeating this success.

But while no specific numbers have been issued on what X-­Yachts expect of this class in years to come, it’s clear they are planning to use a similar technique to kick-start the class.

More than a year ago and with little more than a few drawings to go by, 42 boats were sold in the first month of 2005.

Plans for the launch of the new model involved a distribution strategy to ensure that fleets stood the best chance of sowing the seeds from which future local classes would grow.

After a long wait and much talk, the first few boats are now in the water and the class is close to taking off.

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X-Yachts have attempted to recapture their former success.

Partly through computer graphics being what they are and partly for reasons of cosmetic modesty, the X-­Yachts X-35 isn’t much of a surprise when you first see her.

In fact, she doesn’t stand out at all at the dock – at best she looks typical of a modern X-Yacht.

She has a simple open cockpit, a large wheel and a pair of cockpit seats flanked by shallow coamings. However, she offers a great detail in terms of her control line layout and setup.

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She has more gears upwind than you’ll know what to do with at first.

Closer inspection reveals that, although she doesn’t have a large overlapping headsail and therefore a second set of tracks, she lacks few of the controls of a Beneteau First 34, they’re just incorporated more discreetly. The mainsheet is a good example.

You may not think it is necessary to have a ‘German’ mainsheet system (where the mainsheet is led back along the side decks to a pair of winches fitted on either side of the cockpit) on a boat of just 35ft. I certainly didn’t.

But having just a 2:1 purchase in the mainsheet system keeps the amount of rope in the system to a minimum and helps keep the cockpit clutter-free. The system also means a fine tune is not required, reducing the clutter even further.

On top of this, the mast man can bounce the sheet at its forward end at leeward mark roundings to help rapid sheeting of the mainsail.

Having started out wishing for a more conventional system of blocks and tackles for the mainsheet, when I tried it aboard the Beneteau I didn’t like it.

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Under way she has a solid, dependable, chunky feel to her helm.

The layout of control lines on the top of the coach roof is another example. Here, jammers are staggered lengthwise to make il easier for more crew to reach them from the weather rail.

Such attention to detail suggests that the X will be an easier boat to handle under pressure than the Beneteau.

But elsewhere are clues that this has been at the expense of some practical issues. The lack of an anchor locker won’t trouble many racing sailors – some may see it as an advantage – but the lack of any cockpit lockers could become a nuisance.

‘Small’ interior

Such details on deck turn out to be clues to an accommodation layout that is lacking in several areas once you step below decks and first impressions are of a small interior.

Overall the layout is a simple one, with galley to port, nav station to starboard and a pair of simple settee berths either side of a fixed saloon table.

However, the X-35 has a forward double cabin, which although roomy enough to be used, will no doubt be a waste of space for racing owners.

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The navigation station is fairly cramped.

Having said that, one of the reasons for incorporating such a cabin is to enhance the boat’s value later in life when the heat of the racing scene may have eased.

The same reason for the liberal use of teak in the interior instead of wipe-clean mouldings as was the norm in the IMX-38 and fair enough.

What I found less easy to understand was why the lifting backs to the saloon seating hadn’t been set up to provide an upper berth.

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The X-35’s weakest point is below deck.

With full-width chainplates and no lockers or shelves (although these are an option), there are no obstructions to what would make a decent-sized berth to weather. Or, at the very least, a good and secure place to stow gear and kit bags.

Moving aft, the galley is small and awkward to use, the access to the after­berths restricted. And the top of the engine box has a curved surface and to my mind misses an opportunity to provide handy stowage for winch handles, blocks etc, just where you can get at them.

The lack of stowage is an issue throughout this boat apart from the cavernous space under the forward bunk, which clearly wouldn’t get used in racing trim.

On the starboard side, the outboard­ facing chart table is large and conveniently shares worktop space with the fridge to provide shy navigators with even less reason to come on deck. Overall, I was disappointed with the layout of this boat below decks.

Yet I also have to admit that for all my criticisms and given her primary objective, the accommodation would still not count for much in my own final analysis.

The X-­Yachts X-35 has a sandwich-construction hull and deck, using a combination of biaxial E-Glass and a vinylester resin. Throughout, she is built to the same high standards as the rest of the fleet.

With X-Yachts’ trademark galvanised steel gridwork providing the primary load ­carrying structure in the bottom of the boat, suggesting she’ll be every bit as robust as her sisterships. Whatever the other criticisms, longevity still counts for a lot.

Subtle under sail

If chalk and cheese describe the differences between the X-Yachts X-35 and the Beneteau First 34.7, the expression will also suit the match between the disappointment of the X’s interior with the way she behaves under sail.

I’ve yet to test an X-Yacht that doesn’t feel good on the wheel and the X-35 is no exception. She’s finger-light, even when pressed, she’s sensitive, responsive and has more gears upwind than you’ll know what to do with at first.

She might be plain on the outside but she’s anything but when it comes to sailing her.

Although she’s a doddle to handle in the broad sense, it takes no time at all to realise that she’ll be a very tricky boat to sail well.

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The conventional spinnaker will appeal to more conservative sailors.

To get the best out of her you’ll need patience, total concentration, a magic marker, plenty of tape and a waterproof notebook and pen.

So subtle is the feedback through the wheel that you’ll need to mark and jot down key settings and numbers to build a picture of what makes her tick.

In my opinion, this is just what you need for a good one-design class where performance benefits and top results are achieved through the hard work of crews rather than some technical advantage.

She feels quite a tender boat too (much like the X-99), a fact borne out by her higher sail area:displacement ratio when compared to the Beneteau.

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The X-35 might be plain on the outside, but when it comes to sailing her, she’s anything but.

In just 10 knots of wind and clocking 6.8 knots in flat water she feels fully powered upwind – anymore and you’re dropping the mainsheet traveller down the track.

But while she might feel slightly tender, she remains under control on the helm.

The seating positions for helmsman and crew works well for all. And the control line layout works as well as it looks both upwind and down to make this a very nimble boat around the corners of the racecourse.

In addition, what impressed me was the attention to detail. Such as the rings in the guardwires through which the traveller lines run to keep them to hand.

Or a shockcord retrieval system to pull the spinnaker guy in towards the foredeck to make end-for-end gybing that bit easier for the foredeck crew.

Details like these come as standard. Impressive stuff and a good indication of where the heart of this boat really lies -racing.

The X-­Yachts X-35 may have been designed with one-design racing as the main focus but, depending on how her IRC handicap shapes up she could prove to be a highly competent racer in the handicap scene as well. Something the X-99 never quite achieved on an international scale.

But if all this talk of racing is a little too hot, bear in mind that current X-332 owners are among the new boat’s target market.

Which should provide a rich source of secondhand 332s on the market, albeit with a ‘frequently raced and rallied label’.

First published in the May 2006 issue of YW.

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Monday 3rd February 2020

Over the years, Princess has carved out a very distinct reputation for itself. With its V Class sports yachts, its established trio of flybridge-equipped motoryacht lines and its range-topping M Class superyachts, it has become known for highly bespoke luxury, for the quality of its construction and for a proprietorial approach, which continues to see almost everything designed, developed and built in-house.

It’s a formula that has worked well. Based in Plymouth at the traditional maritime hub of England’s southwest, the company we see today employs more than 2,400 people across seven manufacturing plants, producing more than 300 boats a year. But for an established boat builder enjoying consistent success, its most recent launches seem like quite radical tangents. In 2018, we saw the launch of the R35, with its full carbon fibre construction and its world-first Active Foil System (AFS); and with the emergence of the new X95, we are now seeing that same freethinking ingenuity applied to the higher end of the Princess fleet.

With both main and fly decks that extend virtually the entire length of the yacht, allied to an enclosed, climate-controlled Sky Lounge and flexible open-plan layouts, the X95 appears to fuse the space and luxury of a superyacht with the range and purpose of a compact explorer vessel. In fact, with a relatively high superstructure and vast glass panels, tempered by the use of long, elegant horizontal lines, her volume-optimised design brings with it a striking external aesthetic that almost feels like the pioneer for a fresh form of motoryacht. To find out what really makes the new X95 special, we talked to Alan Knight, UK Sales Manager at Princess Motor Yacht Sales.

What’s different about the X Class? The X95 is a unique design for us – one that has allowed us to take fresh steps toward the next generation of Princess. It’s much more open plan; there’s far more volume and space, but we’re still keeping it under the crucial 24-metre load line length, so it can still be an owner-crewed and driven boat and that’s quite an important thing. In addition to the sheer volume of space, the X95’s design means it’s pretty much the last size of boat you can graduate to while still keeping running costs at what you might call the pleasure boating level.

So is her chief strength the sheer volume? It’s certainly one of them. Generally, if you go back five to ten years, then to get the same volume, you’d need a far larger boat – one that might take you into an ownership bracket you’d rather not inhabit. And that’s the beauty of the X95. When we get people on board, they’re just blown away by the amount of space on offer and that sensation isn’t confined to the main deck. With the X95, it feels just as spacious, whichever level you choose to inhabit.

Tell us the thinking behind that enormous fly deck. On the very top deck you have a raised wheelhouse area that can be opened up or closed off as you wish. So if you have a captain and crew on board and you want a separate sofa area for guests, that’s easily achieved – and further aft, that flexibility gets even better. The flybridge aft deck area is basically a large flat space and, while we have various designs that can be utilised here, it’s almost a blank canvas that the customer can use to refine his favoured layouts, furniture choices and applications. As long as the client doesn’t request anything so heavy that it threatens to disrupt the boat’s balance, the X95 brings with it supreme flexibility, enabling you to make it almost as bespoke as you want.

Does Princess assist the customer in that tailoring process? Absolutely. With any of our boats at this sort of size, you spend a lot of time with our interior and exterior designers and our tech teams to ensure that, if there are particular things you want to achieve with a space, it can be made to happen. As long as it doesn’t involve the structure or the stability of the boat, almost every customer request can be dovetailed with the base design to create exactly the boat the client wants. Of course, any boat of this size brings the owner the luxury of choice but the X95 enables us to deliver that to an extraordinary degree.

Is there anything special about the construction of the yacht? We’ve been working a great deal with Pininfarina. They were involved with the R35 and they’ve also been involved with our recent flybridge designs, so their DNA can be seen in some of the style lines you see here. We’ve also been working for a long time now with resin infusion, which allows us to go lower into the boat and further out toward the sides, enabling us to utilise the space in a much more efficient way. And it’s worth noting that Princess is also very committed to interior style. We’ve got our own in-house styling team, which constantly monitors what’s going on in the world, whether it be private jets, supercars or high-end apartments in London. They monitor all of these markets and absorb anything that can be usefully fed into boat design. This means that, when the owner gets out of his private jet and steps on board his yacht, certain features, certain styles, certain designs that he is familiar with can be carried over and implemented there too.

So who is the customer for the new Princess X95? On this size and flexibility of boat, it could easily be quite varied. It could be for charter use. It could also be for owners who have reached a certain point in their lives when they have more in the way of diary time – people who have a few months rather than a few weeks of the year to go exploring. After all, this is a boat that gives you more running time; more freedom to move around on board; and, with its long-distance range and the internal flexibility of its spaces, it’s a yacht that can take you in comfort to almost any cruising region in the world.

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According to Mercedes-Benz’s latest press release , the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class anniversary model draws inspiration from the SPHINX 12mR yacht. The vessel is known for its timeless elegance and craftsmanship, which is a design philosophy it shares with the three-pointed star marque’s ultra-luxury brand.

The vehicle features a distinctive two-tone paint finish, reminiscent of the yacht’s “night-blue beauty,” showcasing nautical blue metallic and MANUFAKTUR patagonia red bright colors.

Exquisite Interior and Customization

The interior of the exclusive Mercedes-Maybach S-Class exudes opulence, boasting Maybach MANUFAKTUR Exclusive nappa leather in crystal white with diamond quilting. Orion grey topstitching and wood trim with aluminum decorative strips add a touch of sophistication, echoing the yacht’s luxurious appeal.

The craftsmanship reflects the shared passion of the land and water vehicle makers for the finest materials and timeless beauty.

Luxury Features and Exclusivity

Setting new standards for luxury, the anniversary model is equipped with electric comfort doors at the rear, MANUFAKTUR door sill trims with red illuminated MAYBACH lettering. Meanwhile, the sound system is amplified by a Burmester high-end 4D surround sound system.

To further elevate the experience, the car features the MBUX high-end rear-seat entertainment system and a cooling compartment with two silver-plated champagne goblets from Robbe & Berking, adding a touch of elegance to every journey.

Restoration of the SPHINX Yacht

The SPHINX 12mR yacht , a part of the famous “12 Metre R class”, is a symbol of classic elegance and excellence in sailing history. Originally built in 1939, the yacht underwent a meticulous restoration process led by Robbe & Berking after being acquired by passionate sailor Oliver Berking.

The restoration was done according to the original plans of its era, preserving the yacht’s timeless appeal and historic significance.

The Legacy of Craftsmanship and Tradition

The collaboration between Mercedes-Maybach and Robbe & Berking embodies a rich legacy of unparalleled craftsmanship and commitment to excellence. Both brands are dedicated to creating individualized products for connoisseurs of the extraordinary, with a focus on clear aesthetics and timeless elegance.

The exclusive S-Class model pays tribute to the SPHINX yacht and exemplifies the harmonious blend of automotive mastery and maritime heritage.

Exclusivity

The exclusive Mercedes-Maybach S-Class, a true symbol of luxury and heritage, has already been reserved for a customer and is no longer available to other interested buyers.

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