|LOA:||52' 0" (15.85 m)||Min. Draft:||-|
|LWL:||-||Max. Draft:||3' 9" (1 m)|
|Beam:||14' 7" (4 m)|
|Displacement:||21 tonnes (46,297 lbs)||Gross Tonnage:||-|
|Ballast Weight:||-||Ballast Material:||-|
|Max Speed:||-||Fuel Capacity:||440 gal (1,666 L)|
|Cruise Speed:||-||Water Capacity:||80 gal (303 L)|
|Fuel Consumption:||-||Holding Tank:||-|
|Hull Material:||Fiberglass||Hull Designer:||-|
|Deck Material:||-||Interior Designer:||-|
|Hull Configuration:||-||Exterior Designer:||-|
|Hull Color:||-||Hull Finish:||-|
|# Engines:||2||Engine Mfg:||Volvo|
|Engine HP:||670,670,-,-||Engine Model:||D11-670|
|Engine Type:||Inboard||Engine Fuel Type:||Diesel|
2012 Princess V52 "CONZ"
Volvo Engines D11 670 HP Twin Diesel - 400 Hours
Raymarine Electronics : RADAR, GPS , AUTOPILOT , VHF
Modern luxury motor yachts try to achieve many things but the Princess V52 has a firm grip on the essentials: style, performance and breath-taking speed. The Princess V52 provides incredible handling and performance but also has superb accommodation.
The Princess V52s accommodation layout provides three reception areas, including a totally enclosed flying bridge with a lounge area, bar and storage space. This enclosed area means that the flying bridge is more comfortable in adverse weather, perhaps extending the seasonal use of the yacht. The enclosed bridge does have a retractable roof, giving the owner the best of both worlds when at the helm.
The open after deck has another seating area, which can convert to a sun bed and benefits from a bar, sink and refrigerator. This area affords easy access to the hydraulic swim platform, which is also ideal for getting into a tender as it can be lowered below water level.
Below deck are two spacious staterooms in standard layout, two heads, a generous galley and a lounge. The galley comes equipped with a three ring ceramic hob, microwave/conventional combination oven, fridge/freezer and a wealth of storage. The timber laid flooring extends into the lounge area giving an open plan feel to the third entertainment area of the yacht. The lounge table base is also telescopic giving dual functionality.
The owner’s stateroom is amidships, using the full beam of the hull; the master cabin is over 14ft wide, allowing for a double bed and sofa with an en suite bathroom, all complimented by ample storage accommodation and plenty of natural light. The forward guest cabin has a well thought out ‘scissor-berth’ providing two singles or a double for flexible accommodation, and has its own en suite bathroom.
NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE TO U.S RESIDENTS WHILE IN U.S. WATERS.