Perched on the edge of the English Channel lies the city of Plymouth, where we established our home in 1965. Today Princess shipyards cover an area of over 1.1 million square feet, an area rich in British maritime heritage. In fact, South Yard, where our X Class super flybridge yachts are constructed, is a former naval yard dating back to the 17th century.
Like all the best dreams, ours started small - in a rented shed which sits opposite our current Newport Street site, where we built our first boat in 1965. Since then we have built and shipped tens of thousands of craft across the globe from the yacht that started it all, Project 31, to the new X Class super-flybridge yachts.
The superyacht tender specialist has appointed the former Princess Yachts executive as its new Managing Director…
Despite losses incurred due to supply chain issues, the British boatbuilder is optimistic for the 2023 financial year…
Bob Denison and Jeremy Roche reflect on the firm’s European performance, current market trends and imminent challenges live at the Monaco Yacht Show…
Princess Yachts has announced the appointment of Will Green as CEO, succeeding Antony Sheriff in the position…
Britain’s largest luxury yacht builder has been bought by a US-based private equity firm
The chief marketing officer shares his proudest achievements and desires as he bids farewell to superyachting
Princess Yachts has announced that is has received the award for its apprenticeship scheme…