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Eight boat line-up from Princess Yachts at BOATS2020

Published on: 03 September 2020

Visitors to BOATS2020 presented by Southampton International Boat Show Ltd can look forward to a large and impressive array of models from Princess Yachts in September. Eight boats will be making their way to Mayflower Park, including the Princess Y85. 
The Y85 has a contemporary design with an elegant sweeping profile and flybridge. Distinctively cool whilst propelling you to an exhilarating 32 knots with twin MAN V12 engines, the Princess Y85 will inspire serious boat buyers at BOATS2020.
To fire the imagination and get the pulse racing ahead of the show, take a look at the Y85 in action here. 
Kiran Haslam, Chief Marketing Officer, Princess Yachts, comments:
“At Princess Yachts, we are extremely keen to showcase boating locally. Over the past months we have seen more and more people moving their yachts for the summer boating season to the UK from places such as the Mediterranean. As a UK boat builder, this makes us immensely proud. BOATS2020 will not be a typical Boat Show as per shows of the past, but we believe in local boating and we celebrate local manufacturing being on display. We have felt great pride this summer, seeing some amazing boats up and down the UK coastline.”
The Princess Y85 will be joined by a further seven models from the Princess Yachts range. Visitors to the show will be able to book private appointments on all boats, creating a day of quality viewing.
The full intended line-up from Princess Yachts is as follows:
Y Class – motor yachts
Princess Y85
F Class – flybridge yachts
Princess F70
Princess F62
Princess F55
Princess F50
V Class – sports yachts
Princess V60
Princess V50 Open
R Class
The health, safety and security of visitors is the number one priority during the show. We are working hard to ensure that everyone can enjoy themselves in a safe and happy environment. As such BOATS2020 is an outdoor event and has been specially developed to include all the necessary COVID-19 secure measures expected.
The show will be open between Thursday 11 – Sunday 20 September. Tickets must be pre-booked at