Announcing the latest addition to the well-established Flybridge range – the Princess 70. This sleek, elegant and spacious yacht is a beautifully proportioned flybridge that lends itself perfectly to socialising and entertaining family and friends with spacious beautifully appointed interior and exterior spaces.
The Flybridge class of luxury yachts has established the Princess brand as a pioneering force. This new Princess 70 captivates with a clean, modern, elegantly proportioned look, which also meets the demand for flexible and practical living. This, coupled with its efficient cruising capability makes it truly a Princess.
The generous 26.6m2 flybridge features a large U-shaped dining area, served by a fully equipped wet bar with barbecue, aft sun pad and a forward seating area adjacent to the helm that also converts into a sunbed. Clever use of space ensures distinct areas to relax and socialise in.
On the main deck, an aft galley arrangement opens out towards the cockpit, offering a sociable al fresco dining solution with a more formal dining table in the saloon, easily isolated into two separate spaces, thanks to large glass sliding doors. Huge panoramic windows flood the space with natural light and bring the outside world in. On the foredeck, there is a forward facing sofa and table, as well as a spacious sun pad – the perfect private space to enjoy an aperitif and watch the sun go down.
Forward in the saloon are two more seating areas, as well as a 49” LED TV and entertainment system. A pantograph door allows the helmsman easy access to the side decks from the helm station; sleek and equipped with top-of-the-range Raymarine touchscreens and plotters. The lower deck boasts 4 beautifully- appointed cabins, including a full beam master stateroom aft with a dedicated private staircase, a forward VIP guest cabin and 2 twin cabins. Windows throughout the lower accommodation areas ensure the cabins are bright, and opening portholes allow fresh air in to all the cabins.
The Flybridge class is known for its focus on enjoyment combined with efficiency, attributable to the variable deadrise hull form, which provides greater lift and less drag, enabling her to achieve lower planing speeds while still reaching up to 36 knots† with her MAN V12 1400mhp engines. An impressive fuel capacity of 4,100 litres ensures a plethora of cruising options across all parts of the globe.
Length Overall (incl. pulpit) 69’9” 21.25m
Beam 17’8” 5.38m Draft (at full load) approx. 5’2” 1.58m
Displacement approx. (lightship) 37.5 tonnes
Fuel Capacity 4100 litres / 900 gal / 1080 USG
Water capacity (incl calorifier) 836 litres / 184 gal / 221 USG
Hot Water calorifiers 73 litres / 16 gal / 19 USG
Black water tank 272 litres / 60 gal /72 USG
Engines – Diesel:
MAN V8 (2 x 1200mhp) Maximum speed – up to 31 – 33 knots† MAN V12 (2 x 1400mhp) Maximum speed – up to 34 – 36 knots†
† Speeds are given at half load condition with boat to standard specification and with no additional equipment on board. Speeds are estimated and therefore represented in good faith