Founded in Plymouth in 1965 as Marine Projects (Plymouth) Ltd, it was
bought in 1981 by South African businessman Graham J. Beck
In June 2008, Beck sold a 75% stake in the business to French
businessman Bernard Arnault's investment group, L Capital 2 FCPR, a
division of LVMH for500 million in June 2008. The LVMH group
includes over 60 international luxury brands including Louis Vuitton,
Christian Dior, Fendi, De Beers, Moet Chandon, Veuve Clicquot, and
Krug. Other Marine interests include Superyacht builder Feadship.
In 2010 Princess became the first major European boat-builder to be
awarded ISO14001. Every Princess model up to 85 feet (26 m) in
length meets the RINA Green Plus (Y) notation, an independently
verified environmental accreditation from the Classification Society
RINA and applies to each individual model.
The Princess 60, powerful, elegant and delivering an incredible
on-board experience, is now one of the most exciting flybridge
yachts on the market. The Princess 60 overall length (excl. pulpit)
is 60ft 3in (18.36m) and it is equipped with Twin Volvo D13-800 (2 x
800mhp), Speed range: 31-33 knots.
With excellent sea-keepeing capabilities yet perfect for living on
board, the accommodation of this Princess 60 allows for 6 persons in 3