Princess Yachts WA Launch: Prestigious British Yacht Builder Travels West

Princess Yachts WA Launch: Prestigious British Yacht Builder Travels West

Prestigious British luxury yachting brand Princess Yachts now has a new home in the west, with the recent launch of Princess Yachts WA. Highly experienced local yachtsmen Matt and Tom Lovelady will lead the new marine operation based in Perth. Known as two of WA’s top yacht brokers, the seafaring pair are looking forward to educating West Australians about the unique offering Princess Yachts WA brings to the market.

Individually, the Loveladys present two of WA yachting’s most productive and effective professionals. As a team, their relationship with Princess Yachts is set to change the face of luxury yachting in Western Australia.

Built in Plymouth by famously skilled craftsmen, Princess Yachts are perfect for Western Australia’s vast array of picturesque waterways and provide a wide range of vessels to suit a variety of owners. Trialled in the tough waters of the English Channel, Princess Yachts are highly capable vessels ready to tackle the challenging conditions off Western Australia’s coast, yet remain the premier luxury yacht to cruise inshore and spend a week aboard in a crystal-clear anchorage. Weekends at Rottnest are about to be taken to a whole new level! 

It has been a busy few years for the almost 60-year-old company. In September this year, Princess Yachts launched its new 25.5-metre Y80 flybridge yacht at the Cannes Yachting Festival, demonstrating mastery of space utilisation. Electronically transformable seating areas such as a glamorous foredeck lounge and private galley are some of the user-friendly luxuries you can expect from the company’s latest masterpiece.

Stepping onboard any one of the prestigious builder’s exquisitely crafted creations is like stepping into another world. From its exciting and sexy V40 sports motor yacht to the magnificent X95 superyacht, Princess Yachts WA’s range of vessels is simply on another level.

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