BY Ryan Swift on 25 Jan 2023

The S72, the latest addition to Princess Yachts S-Line, features a huge garage and exciting performance, with styling by design house Pininfarina

Princess Yachts has revealed its new, 23-metre Princess S72, the latest addition to its S Class line of performance sport yachts at Boot Dusseldorf 2023.

The S72 continues Princess Yachts’ design and style collaboration with legendary design house Pininfarina. The yacht features a sleek profile with full length hull windows.

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The S72 has twin MAN V12 engines, with options for 1650 or 1800 horsepower on a deep-V hull, for improved seakeeping and a top speed of 36 knots.

The aft deck features an electro-hydraulic, teak-laid bathing platform with two sets of steps up to the aft cockpit and sun pad. A bar at the cockpit connects the inner galley and the outside aft deck. There are triple-sliding doors between aft cockpit and main saloon.

In the saloon, there is a sideboard unit containing a 55-inch UHD LED TV on rise and fall. The helm station has a door leading on to the side deck. There is a large, opening window in the roof of the S72. A Naim audio system is installed throughout the saloon, master stateroom and sport bridge.

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Below deck, there are four ensuite cabins for up to eight guests. Each cabin enjoys plenty of natural light. Another twin cabin is located aft for extra guests or crew, while a dedicated staircase connects the owner’s suite amidships via a private lobby.

Outdoor living is well looked after, with the upper deck sport bridge sporting a dining area, wet bar with barbeque and seating that transforms into a sunbed. The foredeck has sun pads with adjustable headrests and the option of a built-in cooler.

The aft garage has space and a launch system to support a 3.9m tender and two Seabobs, while a separate transom door gives access to a twin-berth crew cabin.

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