With the option of a rigid hardtop which incorporates a large opening sunroof, the flexibility afforded by the latest in V Class technology and design can be enjoyed on a craft of 42 feet. Yet the V42 possesses one of the most dynamic and sleek profiles in her class.
That a hardtop can be incorporated into the superstructure without interrupting her beautiful lines is a testament to the years of experience within the Princess development team, and both the logical layout and standard of accommodation are equally impressive.
The cockpit benefits from two separate seating areas and enjoys the convenience of a wetbar and top-loading coolbox, plus the option of a barbecue for al fresco entertaining.
The aft deck incorporates a sunbed and dinghy garage as standard, for a level of comfort and convenience that makes life aboard effortless and relaxing.
For an extended stay there are two cabins, with the owner’s accommodation forward and a guest cabin amidships. Both benefit from the luxury of en-suite facilities and have a cool, contemporary finish with gloss or satin finish timber furniture and the finest fabrics and upholstery.
The saloon and galley provide a haven for relaxation below decks, with the latest in modern appliances and a high specification of standard equipment, plus the flexibility of a convertible saloon table for additional overnight guests.
This evolution of Princess design incorporates the essential ingredients of the latest V Class sports yacht.