Boats over 50ft can fit three or even four cabins in if you really want, but this Princess V52 shows that sometimes less can be more…
In this video, Nick shows us around a particularly well kept 2012 Princess V52 that sticks with a two-cabin configuration, giving the layout plenty of room to breathe.
The result is a very spacious sportscruiser with a full-beam owner’s cabin amidships and a pair of scissor twin berths in the bow, both of which get their own en-suite.
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