The smallest in the Princess Yachts M class range, the 30M was still the largest boat on display at this year's Dusseldorf Boat Show. We recently made a First Look Video of the Princess 75 at the London Boat Show, but this is a boat that offers more in every sense. Enjoy the tour with reviewer Alex Smith.




Unusually, the master cabin down below is positioned forward. This incurs a space penalty due to the fact that the hull shape tapers towards the narrow bow section, however the up-side of this design decision is to bathe this suite in natural light and offer the owner panoramic views. There is also more distance between the cabin and the engines, reducing noise and vibration to a minimum.

The lower deck contains three or four en-suite cabins – the three-cabin version includes a full-width preferential guest cabin. The remaining guest cabins can be either twins or doubles. The flybridge deck includes an expansive dining area and a jacuzzi, but there is plenty of scope for individual design requests to match any owners' taste and style.

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Written by: Alex Smith
Alex Smith is a journalist, copywriter and magazine editor with a long history in boating and a happy addiction to the water. He’s worked on boats, lived on boats, bought boats, sold boats and – when he’s not actually on board a boat – he can generally be found in his Folkestone office, tapping away at the computer and gazing out to sea.