The new year heralds some exciting launches. Here are 3 of our favourites… Which one floats your boat?
Sunseeker Predator 57
Launching at the beginning of the year, the striking new Predator 57 offers a completely new design for the new year. Its major selling point? Two exterior deck options – patio door and open cockpit, which gives you the flexibility of either a fully fitted saloon or a Med-style wet cockpit – and makes this new design stand head and shoulders above the competition. Extensive glazing means the Predator is flooded with natural light and boasts three cabins as standard – an aft Master with en suite, Forward VIP with en suite and Twin Pullman bunks. The cleverly designed interior means that internal space is maximised – there’s even a lower breakfast saloon to help make the most of the social areas on board. With pod drive and shaft options available, the Predator 57 is certainly one to watch in 2015.
Take a closer look at the New Sunseeker Predator 57 in our review right here.
Making waves at the Southampton PSP Boat Show back in September 2014, this new launch from the Hanse Group has been beautifully designed with practicality and affordability in mind. Imagined by the in-house team at Hanse alongside British designer Bill Dixon, the S330 is a stunning 33ft sports cruiser that will certainly raise eyebrows when it’s delivered in the spring. The open cockpit is complemented by a retracting roof so you can quickly transform the vessel to suit the weather conditions. Ideal for cruising with family and friends, the vessel boasts two separate cabins, a good dining area, wet bar and more. With its sporty design and an extraordinary amount of space below deck, this is truly attainable luxury at its best.
Progressive, capable and classically Princess – that’s how they’re promoting the new Princess 68, the most technically advanced flybridge in her class. This stunning new design fits neatly between the 64 and 72 motor yacht and boasts the highest level of internal volume to length ratio ever seen at Princess. Standout features include the walk-through foredeck, four spacious cabins, flexible galley aft layout and a social helm space, which has an L-shaped seating area to port where friends and family can watch all the action from the best vantage point. There’s also a private stairway to the owner’s stateroom to ensure complete privacy when you’re entertaining friends. Lightweight yet strong, thanks to its resin-infused composite build method, the 68 allows for greater fuel efficiency without sacrificing speed.