The broad beam of the Princess 62 creates a vast interior volume, allowing a class leading four-cabin layout with outstanding headroom throughout. The galley is situated on the main deck, ensuring the 62 is both a sociable and an extremely comfortable craft, a feeling enhanced by her exceptional seakeeping. With fluid acceleration, high cruising speed and straightforward, intuitive controls, the Princess 62 is a rewarding boat to handle – whether from the flybridge or the lower helm. But she comes into her own as a social setting, particularly on the flybridge deck, which features three separate seating areas as well as a sunbed and fully equipped wetbar. The interior is just as relaxed, with a two-seater settee facing the genial U shaped sofa in the saloon and a separate dining area for eight. The galley and dinette are arranged in an open plan layout, making food and drink preparation and serving highly hospitable, and the galley itself is fitted with an exceptional specification of standard equipment including a full height refrigerator and dishwasher. The exquisite cabins sleep eight, with an additional crew cabin aft. The en-suite owner’s stateroom enjoys the full beam of the 62, while the VIP suite forward also has its own bathroom with large stall shower. There is also excellent stowage capacity enhancing the potential for long distance cruising. Combining contemporary design and exceptional use of space with contemporary Princess lines, the 62 is the standard-bearer in her class.