This gorgeous room features a forward facing double bed, a long settee and storage space to starboard, as well as a vanity and drawers to port side. At the back is a dressing room and a bathroom with sinks and shower to starboard which also benefits from a porthole. Back on the main deck, access to the three guest cabins is via a central staircase located between the two-seat helm station and an angle sofa to port side.
The lower deck corridor leads to a forward VIP cabin with a double aft, plus a double stateroom to starboard and a convertible twin to port, all with suites and all beautifully appointed.
The exterior areas present new design touches. The front deck features a forward-facing C-shaped sofa and a large tanning bed with adjustable cushions that can be raised to create rear-facing seating and a true social circle with the sofa . The flybridge is another winning area, with seats on each side of the two central seats and a large L-shaped sofa at the rear that can be turned into a sunpad. There is also a bar with electric grill, sink and icebox top loading.
There is also a lot going on behind the scenes. The swim platform can be lowered into the water by an electro-hydraulic mechanism, while a retractable swim ladder and a transom shower are also available. This area also provides access to the port garage, which can accommodate a tender of 4.45 m, as well as the double starboard cabin, leading to the engine room. That's where you'll find the 1,900 km / h twinned V12 MANs that propel this 53-tonne beauty up to 39 knots, backed by the remarkable seakeeping and remarkable performance Princess is known for.
With its ingenious design, outstanding performance, charming lines and breathtaking sound, it is no wonder that the S78 is the Princess Queen's current order book.