Princess is an extremely seaworthy and dry boat. But it isn’t only her performance and handling that make this boat a real winner. Like all sports cruisers, her rear cockpit is designed for entertaining and outdoor living and in the case of the V58, this cockpit is enormous, but more on that later, because her design also allows for plenty of living room below decks. Walk down the stairs into the main saloon and you’ll find it’s bright, four large portholes let plenty of natural light into the cabin, and open plan. The guest’s stateroom is positioned in the bow. It is also luxuriously finished has its own en suite, TV and hanging locker. The main stateroom is almost identical to the guests, but it is slightly larger and sited under the helm floor. Some purchasers opt to remove the wall separating this cabin from the smaller third cabin, fitted with double bunks, to increase the overall room in the main stateroom.
She has a hydraulically operated tender garage lid which is covered with a large sunpad, ideal for the sun lovers onboard, while the wide swim platform makes the ideal launching platform for waterborne activities.