The Princess 88 with its impeccable design offers on the main deck four very distinct but complementary sections. Starting at the aft end, the cockpit provides a broad C-shaped dining area opposite an external bar, plus shelter from the flybridge and a large tender garage opening onto the swim platform below. Ahead of this, the open-plan saloon offers a huge seating space to relax, plus a dining area further forward, all bathed in light from those vast, full-length panoramic windows.
It is particularly notable, however, that the 88 also makes excellent use of the foredeck. Here, a forward-facing C-shaped seating unit sits across from a bench and a large sun pad – and this is all linked to the forepeak workstation and the entertainment area of the aft deck via a pair of usefully broad and uncluttered external walkways
The lower level provides a master suite amidships, with a forward VIP stateroom, a starboard double to starboard and a twin cabin to port. All are equipped with en-suite shower rooms but in this four-cabin format, it’s the full-beam master that really stands out, with an extraordinarily well-appointed space comprising an enormous bathroom, a dressing area and a private breakfast table.
Twin MTU 12V 2000 M93 (2 x 1,822mhp)