Miami 2013: Princess V62-S

Sporty and stylish, the new Princess V62-S expands the shipyard’s V Class series. With a low profile and sleek lines, the V62-S spreads the usual features and accommodations across two decks.
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Sporty and stylish, the new Princess V62-S expands the shipyard’s V Class series. With a low profile and sleek lines, the V62-S spreads the usual features and accommodations across two decks.

Sporty and stylish, the new Princess V62-S expands the shipyard’s V Class series. With a low profile and sleek lines, the V62-S spreads the usual features and accommodations across two decks. The main deck is designed with lounging and entertaining in mind. The wide cockpit and generous salon provide plenty of seating and open space for small groups or larger parties. For a day on the water, the aft sunpad—which covers the crew cabin and tender garage—or the sunpad on the bow are the perfect spot to soak up the sun. The electro-hydraulic bathing platform ensures easy tender launching and recovery. The J-shaped cockpit seating surrounds a table for dining alfresco, complementing a lower-deck dining area and galley, which is opened to the upper for proper ventilation and guest interaction. Also on this deck are three guest cabins: a full beam-master aft, a double berth VIP forward and a twin cabin amidships. With the standard engine package (twin CAT C18 engines), the V62-S hits top speeds between 32 and 35 knots.

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Location: Ramp 33; FB 1010
LOA: 62ft. 8in. (19.13m)
Beam
: 16ft. 5in. (4.99m)
Draft
: 4ft. 6in. (1.37m)
Fuel
: 901 gals. (3,409 liters)
Water
: 132 gals. (500 liters)
Engines
: 2 x CAT C18 @ 1,015 HP or 2 x CAT C18A @ 1,150 HP or 2 x MTU 8V2000 @ 1,268 HP

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