Yachting Magazine presents this month the brand new stunning Princess 75MY.

From the moment you step aboard the new 75 ­Motor Yacht, it’s evident that she was built to maximize enjoyment on the water — especially if you enter from the 13-by-7-foot swim platform. That area is so spacious, it feels like an auxiliary deck. This effect is by design.

The 75 has a davit on the flybridge, where the 13-foot tender will likely spend most of its time, freeing up the hydraulic swim platform to function like a mega-yacht beach club. Of course, if you’re island hopping, the tender can take up residence on the swim platform, where the hydraulic system is designed to make launching and retrieval a breeze.

The cockpit has U-shaped aft seating with a settee for alfresco dining, as well as a drink-serving station to starboard. A control station to starboard helps make the 75 easily dockable.

A highlight on board the 75 Motor Yacht is her breezy-feeling, 140-square-foot salon (not including dinette). The volume of this space is largely thanks to Princess’ decision to resin-infuse the entire boat, allowing for weight-to-strength efficiency.

Belowdecks are three en suite guest staterooms. One highlight is the amidships master, accessible through a dedicated stairway.


Her flybridge is another highlight. Notably, there’s a well-outfitted cooking station to port, with a ­counter, grill and sink, plus a U-shaped dining settee to starboard that accommodates six to 10 guests.

Princess offers three propulsion options for the 75 Motor Yacht: twin 1,622 hp Caterpillar C32 Acerts (standard) that top out at 33 knots, twin 1,723 hp Cats that should allow her to hit 34 knots, and twin 1,800 hp MAN V-12s that could see 36 knots at wide-open throttle.

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