From a $71 million, 206-foot superyacht to a 30-foot offshore dual console, this year’s PBIBS has something for everyone.
Forget Length. A New Generation of Wide-Bodied Yachts Is Adding a Fresh Dimension to Onboard Living.
Forward-looking builders are discovering that it’s what’s on the inside that counts.
Big beach, check. Massive interior, yes. Fast hull. Of course. Behind the checklist, this vessel embraces one of yacht design’s newest trends.
Designed by Pininfarina, the Princess X95 has a transformer stern, a Jacuzzi near the bow and a master suite with a beautiful forward view.
Organizers expected the show to be Covid-impacted, but crowds were out on opening day. The buzz was noticeable, but so was a lack of masks.
Organizers have confirmed the March 25-28 dates with Covid restrictions in place, but expect a smaller, more regional show.
Design-wise, the Princess X95 is a rule-breaker. It’s not only open and spacious inside, but also has an explorer hull for long-distance cruising.
Sail Globally, Donate Locally: How Yachtmakers Are Contributing to Community Coronavirus Relief Efforts
US and European boatbuilders are donating protective gear to local hospitals and authorities as their communities struggle against the coronavirus.
A lightweight, efficient hull and clever use of space makes the Princess F50 yacht something to be excited about.