16 October 2014

Stunning new photography of Solaris - The latest Princess 40M

Princess Yachts International has released brand new photography of its latest M Class yacht, the 40M Solaris.

This tri-deck semi-custom superyacht can be seen sweeping into Monaco with her sleek looks disguising an enormous and significantly personalised interior. 

Recently delivered to her owner this unique six-cabin yacht is the result of a collaborative project between the Princess Design Studio and Mark Berryman Design all finished in a hand-picked oak timber. 

The upper deck has become a dedicated owner's domain with a stateroom, seating area, separate office and en suite, all surrounded by large sections of glass for the most commanding and breathtaking views across the water. Through the stateroom's stainless-steel doors, a private deck is located aft with an intimate dining area and expansive seating. From here stairs lead to the main deck below or up to the sun deck. 

The second master stateroom lies across the full beam of the main deck and enjoys a seating area, separate office and en suite. As with all M Class yachts, tall sections of glass run along each side for the most incredible views and light. 

The saloon seating area is designed to easily accommodate up to 12 guests with balconies to port and starboard creating a spectacular living area. A separate dining area is located forward featuring a solid Macassar ebony table and finished in materials chosen from the expansive Princess Design Studio portfolio. 

The lower deck accommodates four further en suite cabins, two double cabins aft and two twin cabins with sliding berths, as well as a fully Technogym-equipped gymnasium lying forward. This includes a running machine, Kinesis workout station and a separate en suite. 

At the very top of this commanding vessel, the sundeck is fully equipped with a wetbar, twin barbecue, spa bath and lounging areas. At the bow, a long deep foredeck creates a private retreat when in port. 

Browse the full gallery of interior and exterior images on the 40M page.