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BOAT REPORT


A CLOSER LOOK AT THE PRINCESS S60


THIRD CONTROL Very handy for stern-to mooring. Includes throttles, both thruster stalks and emergency stop buttons. Being able to stop the engines from the cockpit in the event of an emergency gives peace of mind.


TOP-HINGED WINDOW The window aft of the galley flips up and locks into the flybridge overhang to open up the galley to the cockpit and create a bar area. The shallow flybridge steps and handrails blend in.


The full-beam master is a gem of a cabin with no obvious shortfalls to speak of


The VIP ensuite lacks a skylight but elongated windows make up for it


FOREDECK The foredeck is well thought out and provides a private chill-out space. The comfortable sunpads adjust on tactile wooden frames so you can sit up and catch the breeze.


ENGINEROOM Access is via a steep vertical ladder in the middle of the cockpit but once in, getting to the engines is easy. The tender garage doesn’t impede the machinery space and generous soundproofing explains why the S60 is so quiet. There is a separate space to port that houses the Seakeeper and is accessed via its own hatch.


Guests in the VIP have a small vanity station to use when getting ready


The beds in the third cabin slide together electronically


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