40m Princess Motor Yacht- Imperial Princess Beatrice
Imperial Princess Beatrice is a stunning 40m motor yacht built in 2012 by the world-renowned UK-based shipyard Princess. She boasts magnificent levels of comfort and exceptional style thanks to her recent refit in 2018. 40m Princess motor yacht Imperial Princess Beatrice has a captivating exterior visage. The two toned white and grey exterior paint work really creates an attention grabbing appearance. The sheer size and scale of this Princess yacht is given an elegant and graceful edge thanks to incredible design work and long flowing curved lines.
This 40m Princess motor yacht boasts a magnificent array of outdoor spaces across its three-tiered design. There is a gorgeous alfresco dining area and plush sofas at the stern of the main deck. This is the perfect area to relax before descending down the stairs to the water platform. From here guests can dive into the turquoise waters for a refreshing swim. Or they can make use of the impressive artillery of water sports equipment on board. Moving to the bow of the middle deck and guests have the opportunity to lounge on the spacious sun pads and bask in the Med sunshine. This is the ideal location to watch the crimson sun set over the French coastline. Add a glass of wine or beverage of your liking freshly prepared by a member of crew into the mix and you will certainly be in heaven.
At the stern of the middle deck there is an outdoor dining table. This is perfect for guests and family to gather around as the sun rises over a delicious breakfast. Moving to the fly bridge and you have probably the most impressive outdoor space on board. This deck is fully equipped with sun loungers, sofas, a bar and even a deluxe Jacuzzi. Guests can relax and enjoy a refreshing beverage as they slip into the Jacuzzi and marvel at the passing views from this great viewpoint.
Moving inside this stunning 40m Princess motor yacht, guests are exposed to the remarkable interior design work of Bannenberg and Rowell. The main salon is a gorgeous open space, with an open plan floor layout. The contrast of light creamy furnishings and dark wooden floors gives the space a delightful contemporary yet cosy atmosphere. The main saloon has sliding doors that open out onto a terrace. Resulting in a bright and airy feeling in the room. Backing onto the saloon is the main dining area. Here guests can gather and enjoy fine dining with delicious meals meticulously prepared by the chef on board. On the middle deck there is another more secluded saloon, This is also furnished with plush sofas, a flat screen TV and stunning seascape views.
Imperial Princess Beatrice can comfortably accommodate 10 guests in 5 high end luxury cabins. Guests are divided into one master cabin, two VIP cabins and two convertible twin cabins. Each cabin is equipped with its own en-suite facilities and elegantly furnished. This provides guests with a space to comfortably relax in the highest levels of style and luxury after a busy day on the water.
This 40m Princess motor yacht has an extensive array of water toys available for guests to enjoy. This list includes two sea-doo jet skis, two sea bobs, two paddle-boards and two 2 person kayaks. As well as three wakeboards, one set of water skis, one towable doughnut for those who like to zoom across the water. There is also ten sets of snorkelling gear, fishing equipment and two folding bikes on board. With this much equipment guests are guaranteed to have hours of water loving fun and create memories to last a lifetime.
Imperial Princess Beatrice is now available for charter through 212 Yachts. So if you are interested in chartering this magnificent vessel or simply want to find out more about this once in a lifetime luxury experience, please fill out the form below and get in contact with us. We would be delighted to assist in turning your dream into a reality!
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