Princess Yachts’ latest, the X95, marks the debut of the company’s “X” class, developed in collaboration with naval architect Bernard Olesinski and Italian design house Pininfarina. This superyacht innovates Princess Yachts’ tried-and-tested quality in terms of craftsmanship, design, and technology. Furthermore, it pushes the class to a new “Superfly” category that reimagines the concept of “flybridge.”

What does that mean, exactly? Well, some yachts prioritize one element over others. Typically, that means other aspects end up getting compromised to highlight one particular strength. However, the Princess X95 blends them all together seamlessly. As a result, the yacht features extensive outdoor spaces but also clever segmentation of interior rooms and decks — the flybridge and main deck interior space, which cover almost the entire yacht, in effect creates the Super Flybridge, which is perhaps the most notable characteristic of the Princess X95.

In such a layout, you get 10% more outdoor space and 40% more indoor space than traditional yacht designs. In other words, it’s a crossover done right, if not perfectly. Prospective owners may even choose how they want to configure the spaces onboard. You can pick between a larger main saloon or a forward-facing master’s cabin that grants you a panoramic view.

Two MAN v12 diesel engines power the X95, giving it a top speed of 24-26 knots. You can fill the tank with up to 13,400 liters of fuel. There’s also a new hull, one of the elements Princess Yachts and Olesinski heavily collaborated on. It evolves the deep-V concept to provide 15% improved efficiency with outstanding stability.


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