Fractional Yacht Ownership in Singapore
Yacht ownership in Singapore offers the ultimate blend of business or private pleasure.
Imagine azure seas with blue horizons, fine golden sandy beaches and balmy days cooled by a refreshing sea breeze. Then add the simple joy of sunshine, as you impress your corporate clients, guests or family and friends with a truly wonderful and memorable day at sea, be it a networking social occasion or a very private celebration.
The choice is wide, you can just cruise for an hour or two visiting Singapore’s most beautiful nearby waterfront spots like Marina Bay, or make a weekend of it by taking your loved ones on a luxurious getaway cruise to the many regional islands.
LOA: 17.83 m Beam: 4.83 m Dry Weight: 25999 kgs
Total Power: 1550 HP Cruising Speed: 25 knots Maximum Speed: 33 knots Engine 1 Engine Brand: Volvo Year Built: 2007 Engine Model: D12-715 Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 380 Engine Power: 775 HP Engine 2 Engine Brand: Volvo Year Built: 2007 Engine Model: D12-715 Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 380 Engine Power: 775 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (662 Litres) Fuel Tanks: (2346 Litres)
Number of cabins: 3 Number of bathrooms: 2
DVD player VHF Log-speedometer Radio Radar Plotter Autopilot CD player Repeater(s) TV set
Air conditioning Refrigerator Stern thruster Microwave oven Battery charger Bow thruster Dishwasher Washing machine Heating Deep freezer
Cockpit table Cockpit shower Cockpit cushions Teak cockpit Hydraulic gangway
Princess 58 Syndicate Information
This syndicate is shared among expat owners in Singapore.
She is a truly beautiful flybridge yacht with all of the amenities, including genset & air con, fully galley kitchen with all appliances, spacious lounging areas on foredeck, cockpit & flybridge as well as in the salon with wet bar and pop-up TV theatre system. An immense amount of luxury yachting fun for a propositionally small outlay.
This seemingly flawless Princess 58 Flybridge benefits from the fact that there are four fastidious owners, all experienced boat owners and all in agreement that the boat should be in excellent condition when they go down with family & friends to use the boat. The full-time skipper has been with the boat for 3 years and is a very gracious and accommodating chap. He works hard to ensure that if an owner calls with a spontaneous evening cruise, that the boat is fueled, clean and ready to go. It really takes all of the pain and hassle out of boat ownership to have a boat that’s always ready to go and with the cost only 25% of the total maintenance and operations, it’s a no-brainer way to get into boating in Singapore.
While many luxury cruisers rely on their levels of comfort and fittings to win over buyers, every now and then a luxury motoryacht comes along that’s a bit different. The Princess V58 is one such boat, she still has all the levels of luxury and standard of fittings as the other contenders, but she can also boast sportboat-like performance. Even though she’s a weighty lady at 20 tonnes dry, fitted with twin 800hp MAN diesels, she was still capable of topping 36 knots fuelled and ready to roll. She’s an extremely seaworthy and dry boat. But it isn’t only her performance and handling that make this boat a real winner. Like all sportscruisers, her rear cockpit is designed for entertaining and outdoor living and in the case of the V58, this cockpit is enormous, but more on that later, because her design also allows for plenty of living room below decks. Walk down the stairs into the main saloon and you’ll find it’s bright, four large portholes let plenty of natural light into the cabin, and open plan.
A beautiful handmade-wooden table surrounded by an equally beautiful semicircular leather lounge, is to port facing the bar, sound system and flat plasma TV mounted on the wall above the cabinet. Two bar stools, which are stored in an underfloor locker when not in use, are employed for people sitting around the right side of the dining table. The cook will love the fully functional galley, which is positioned along the starboard side of the main saloon forward of the main bathroom. It features a two-burner stove, ample bench space, above bench and under bench storage cabinets, a concealed fridge/freezer, sink with mixer tap and a microwave/conventional oven and grill.
The guest’s stateroom is positioned in the bow. It is also luxuriously finished has its own en suite, TV and hanging locker. The main stateroom is almost identical to the guests, but it is slightly larger and sited under the helm floor. Some purchasers opt to remove the wall separating this cabin from the smaller third cabin, fitted with double bunks, to increase the overall room in the main stateroom. Moving back up to the helm station, needless to say this boat is fitted with comprehensive instrumentation and a top-of-theline Raymarine electronics package radar, GPS Chartplotter, Auto Pilot and the list goes on and on. Every electronic aid a skipper could wish for is in the basic package.
Above the helm station is a semi-hardtop with an opening vinyl sunroof for those wishing to soak up a few rays. A dual helm seat and L-shaped lounge to port allows passengers to keep the skipper in the conversation loop. Behind the helm seats is another large, U-shaped lounge surrounding a rectangular table. With the wet bar and sink opposite this area, it normally becomes the centre of the entertaining scene.
The hydraulically operated tender garage lid is covered with a large sunpad, ideal for the sun lovers onboard, while the wide swim platform makes the ideal launching platform for waterborne activities. Out on the foredeck is another sunpad that is surrounded by a hip height bowrail for the added security of people moving about on the bow. Her magnificent joinery, eye catching sleek lines, glimmering white gelcoat, teak decks and polished stainless steel metal work combine to complete this stylish package.