The Princess X95 ‘Superfly’ establishing a new Class on the water
Wednesday March 6 2019
Princess X95 establishes a new ‘Superfly’ X Class, re-imagining the concept of a ‘flybridge’ with extensive outdoor space and innovative segmentation of interior rooms and decks
Princess X95 design redefines space and architecture in yachts, delivering a unique boating lifestyle and experience at sea
Developed in collaboration with Princess Yachts’ long-standing naval architect, Bernard Olesinski, and legendary Italian design house Pininfarina
New hull designed in partnership with Olesinski evolves the deep-V concept to provide 15% improved efficiency with outstanding stability
One of six brand new Princess models recently announced that build on record financial results, benefiting from intensive investment in new technologies and design commitment
Designed with what Princess Yachts calls an ‘open concept’ in mind, the X95 is the first model in Princess Yachts’ new X Class. Challenged with setting a new standard of layout excellence, which is defined by large, adaptable spaces that can be used and formatted in numerous ways, it offers the owner and guests a uniquely flexible boating lifestyle. Spatial lay-out is therefore instantly classleading, highly practical and user friendly. X95’s interior design allows the owner to define each journey around their guests’ preferences - comfortable and relaxing, high levels of privacy, or entertaining and hosting, for example.
At its core is a unique concept for the flybridge and main deck interior space, both of which cover almost the full length of the yacht, creating the Super Flybridge – the X Class’s defining characteristic. The layout provides 10% more outdoor space and 40% more indoor space than a traditional motor yacht. This leap forward in space and versatility mirrors recent innovations from luxury automotive brands who have developed crossover models.
Creating this class-defining yacht out of Princess’s design brief was the work of their long-standing naval architect, Bernard Olesinski, in partnership with legendary Italian design house Pininfarina SpA. Having delivered the styling for the revolutionary R35, Pininfarina worked in
collaboration with Olesinski to craft a statement yacht focused on adventure – the ultimate in contemporary yet highly functional yacht architecture.
The lengthening of the main deck to the bow of the boat has created an unprecedented space, extending to almost 18 metres (59 feet). This large, open space, flooded with light by full height port and starboard glazing, can be configured in a traditional fashion with an impressive sofa and coffee table area (complete with a servery unit), integrated drinks refrigerator and icemaker, a private galley, and a unique master cabin with 270o panoramic tinted, toughened glass windows. A customer could also choose to configure the X95 with entertainment as a focus, replacing the stateroom with a cinema lounge.
Alternatively, the X95 will also offer a more informal layout, with a single large open space that encompasses a large saloon area, a full width open-plan chef’s kitchen with a large centre island and breakfast bar, and a connected dining or recreation area with 270° views to port, starboard and the bow. The impression upon entering the saloon and seeing right through to the forwardfacing window almost 60 feet away is an experience akin to a megayacht.
Walk up the internal staircase to the flybridge from the deck saloon and another unique experience awaits: the fully enclosed and climate-controlled Sky Lounge which also houses the pilothouse. The pilot house can be fully enclosed with sliding doors and features a leather upholstered electric seat with six-way fore, aft and height adjustment and the option for an additional navigator seat. Just behind it is the large lounge area with soft seating, teak flooring and commanding panoramic views. Behind the Sky Lounge is an enormous rear flybridge area with a covered dining zone for eight and a large flexible space for free-standing lounge furniture. Exit from the Sky Lounge’s side door (or walk along the flybridge’s side deck) and there is a massive forward flybridge with a sumptuous U-shaped seating area and a sunbathing area or spa bath further towards the bow. In total, the Super Flybridge stretches almost 22 metres (72 feet), more than double the length of a typical flybridge on a yacht this size.
Down below on the lower deck, there’s storage for a Jetski, along with crew quarters, bathroom and a mess to the rear. In the centre is the Master Stateroom with large double bed, bedside tables, portside sofa, coffee table and en suite bathroom. Additional port and starboard guest cabins can each be configured as two single beds or one double bed, both with en suite bathrooms. Towards the front lies the Forward Stateroom complete with large double bed, walk-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom.
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