Princess has kept the V42 hardtop as open as possible by opting for a fabric roof system for its cockpit that bunches up on sliders. This has the effect of making the V42 feel like an open boat when the roof is rolled back. The two-part cockpit incorporates plenty of seating in and around the helm, and a U-shaped dinette.
Accommodation is the traditional forepeak master cabin with a good-sized island berth, hanging lockers and full standing headroom around the foot of the bed. The under-sole guest cabin houses two long single berths, standing headroom inside the doorway, a hanging locker, a cabinet and a small sofa, so your guests won’t feel press-ganged. There is one heads, which also serves as an en suite to the master cabin. The galley is good for a 42ft sports cruiser, with a big fridge, a three-ring ceramic hob, plenty of storage and a large microwave oven. The saloon area opposite will certainly not make you want to scuttle to the nearest hotel.
With a max speed of 40knts this luxury yacht will not disappoint, when it comes to speed or comfort.
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