The Blend of Tradition and Technology

This is one of those boats that belongs to the new generation of yachts: vessels whose design involves all angles and di­men­sions of their cons­truc­tion, pur­po­se and use. From the out­set, as­pects per­tai­ning to per­for­man­ce, sta­bi­lity, spa­cious­ness of the in­te­riors, prac­ti­ca­lity and er­go­no­mics ha­ve been con­si­de­red wit­hout ig­no­ring the beauty of its ex­te­rior.

In general terms, and depending on the distribution of cabins, etc., it has first-class finishes that combine classic and modern details with cutting edge technology. This  is why it has attracted so much attention since its launching during the London International Boat Show 2005, in January 2005.



This blend of traditional and modern means that the newly designed, V-shaped hull gives it more speed. The main cabin takes full advantage of the entire width of the ship, providing ample interior spaces. Sophisticated and minimalist, the bed is set over a base that provides storage space and there is a complete bathroom, dressing room, closet and access to the upper deck via an interior staircase.

The most outstanding aspect of the upper deck is the impressive command center. It has room to seat four people comfortably and features cutting edge navigational systems. The main living room is in the stern and it has a 42” plasma screen that is enclosed in a cabinet.



There are two guest cabins: the larger one is in the stern and has a double bed, and the other has twin beds. Both have bathrooms and a closet. All the cabins have a high quality sound system. The roof of the main deck can be slid open or closed electronically.

Princess V70 is a blend of tradition, innovation and technology wich translates into a safe, comfortable world-class sail.     





71' 2''


16' 8''


4' 6''

Fuel Capacity

950 gal

Water Capacity

166 gal


1. Twin MAN V12 1360 CRM

2. Twin MTU 10V 2000 M93

3. Twin Caterpillar C32

Max. speed

1. 34–37 knots

2. 36-38 knots

3. 37-40 knots


Text: Edmundo A. Eguiarte ± Photo: Princess