Princess 62 – Puerto Portals
Mallorca - Portals

Fractional Yacht Ownership in Mallorca

Yacht Share Network Mallorca is located in what is arguably the most stylish marina in the Mediterranean, Puerto Portals. Our local team is headed by the founders of Yacht Share Network, Simon and Mandy Maunder coupled with an attentive and extremely experienced management crew under the supervision of Lewis and his team from Yacht Management Network.

Mallorca is a global yachting metropolis. With easy access through an extensive flight network coupled with some of the best anchorages and marinas in the western Mediterranean, it’s a hard to be a combination of convenience and pleasure.

Cruising between Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca, Formentera and Cabrera is always a relatively short cruise, with each Island offering an abundance of anchorages in dream coves and a cross section of vibrant ports. Puerto Portals and Nuevo Ibiza are certainly among the best in the world with an atmosphere that every boater simply has to experience sometime during their yachting days.

Specs, Equipment and Information

The essentials:

  • Specs – Hull Shape: Deep Vee
  • Dimensions – LOA: 63 ft 4 inBeam: 16 ft 6 in


Power her up and boy, does she go!

  • Total Power: 2030 HP, Cruising Speed: 24 mph
  • Engine 1: Caterpillar, 2008, Model C18, inboard, diesel. Location: Port engine, power 1015 HP
  • Engine 2: Caterpillar, 2008, Model: C18, inboard, diesel. Location: Starboard engine, power


Generous stores of fresh water and fuel:

  • Fresh Water Tanks: (200 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: (750 Gallons)


Spacious, luxurious living:

  • 4 cabins, 3 heads, 3 bathrooms
  • All cabins feature opening and/or fixed portholes and 240v power points
  • 2 bathrooms feature freshwater Vacuflush toilets with holding tanks and 240v shaver points


Beautifully equipped:

  • Radar
  • GPSCD player
  • VHF
  • Compass
  • Autopilot
  • Plotter
  • DVD player
  • Cockpit speakers
  • Depth sounder
  • Yacht controller

Inside Equipment

All the mod cons:

  • Microwave oven
  • Fresh water maker
  • Battery charger
  • Electric head
  • Electric bilge pump
  • Refrigerator
  • Air conditioning
  • Hot water
  • Deep freezer
  • Bow thruster
  • Manual bilge pump

Electrical Equipment

  • Generator
  • Shore power inlet

Outside Equipment and Extras

When the fine details matter:

  • Teak cockpit
  • Cockpit table
  • Tender
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit shower
  • Swimming ladder
  • Hydraulic gangway
  • Electric windlass
  • Bimini Top

The Aft cockpit

Carefully crafted for comfort and fun:

  • Self-draining
  • Upholstered seating
  • Cockpit lighting
  • Cockpit cover
  • Stainless-steel handrails
  • Electro-hydraulic passerelle (280kg dinghy lift)
  • Hatch on gas strut to lazarette stowage
  • Transom door leading to bathing platform
  • Full-length transom bathing platform with foldaway swimming ladder, hot and cold shower, teak sole, storage locker and deck light
  • Locker housing 220/240v shore support inlets and shoreline stowage
  • Liferaft stowage locker
  • Rope storage locker
  • Bow & Stern Thrusters

Deck Saloon

The fine details:

  • U-shaped sofa with coffee table, plus a 2-3 seater sofa opposite
  • Entertainment centre incorporating LCD/TV/radio/DVD, linked to hi-fi surround-sound system and with electric raise/lower mechanism for TV, plus a refrigerator and bottle / glass storage
  • Venetian blinds, Roman blinds, curtains or sunscreens to all windows and doors
  • Overhead downlighters and pelmet lights
  • Stainless-steel framed aft cockpit door
  • Electric drop window to port side
  • Dining area with table with seating for 6-7 and a storage drawer below

Additional insights

What more can you want?

  • 24 Volt: 4 x heavy-duty batteries for engine starting
  • 6 x heavy-duty auxiliary batteries
  • Engine alternators charge via a diode system to isolate the engine start batteries from the auxiliaries
  • 100-amp 24v float battery charger for auxiliary batteries
  • 5-amp 24v float battery charger for engine start batteries
  • Remote battery master switches with control switch at main switch panel
  • Circuit breakers on all circuits
  • 12v voltage dropper for certain navigation and radio circuits
  • 220/240 Volt:11kW generator in own soundshield with water-cooled and specially silenced exhaust
  • Automatic fire extinguisher situated by generator50-amp shore support inlet
  • Generator/shore support change-over switch
  • Polarity check system
  • Earth leakage safety trip
  • Circuit breakers on all circuitsPower points (240v) in the owner’s suite
  • Guest cabins
  • Galley (double)
  • Saloon area
  • Dining area
  • Shaver points in all bathrooms
  • Avonite (or similar) worktop
  • Ceramic 4-zone hob with air extractor unit
  • Combination microwave/conventional oven with grill
  • Twin-bowl stainless-steel sink with mixer tap
  • Full height refrigerator/deep freeze (24v/240v)
  • Icemaker
  • Dishwasher
  • Waste disposal bin
  • Overhead and concealed lighting
  • Drawers and storage cupboards
  • Automatic fire extinguishers in engine room and generator space
  • Hand-operated fire extinguishers (6) in: owner’s suite, forward, port and starboard guest cabins, galley and lower helm position
  • Additional extinguisher fitted when optional aft cabin is specified
  • Automatic/manual override electric bilge pumps (with manual override) in engine room (2), rudder area, lazarette and forward accommodation (7 in all)
  • High-capacity manual bilge pump with valve system and suction points in same areas
  • Electric bilge pumps have controls and warning lights at main helm and warning light with audible alarm at flybridge helm
  • 5-bladed aquafoil propellers in nickel aluminium bronze
  • Bow thruster (155kgf) with dual-station controls
  • Engine room lighting
  • Engine room access hatch and ladder
  • Power assisted electro-hydraulic steering system
  • Trim tabs with indicators
  • Electronic engine and gear shift controls
  • Engine room extractor fan with electronic time delay
  • Fresh water supply point in Engine Room
  • Teak-laid transom platform, cockpit deck, flybridge stairway and stairs to side deck
  • Reversible electric anchor winch with foredeck, main helm and flybridge controls
  • Stemhead roller with automatic anchor launch and retrieve
  • Self-stowing 40kg Delta anchor with 40 metres of chain
  • Twin electric-powered sternline mooring winches
  • Bow rope stowage locker Bow and stern fairleads
  • Freshwater deck/anchor wash
  • Coachroof sunbed recess
  • Stainless-steel bow, stern and spring cleats (2 pairs)
  • Stainless steel pulpit and guard rails with fender baskets
  • Forward coachroof handrails
  • Flybridge handrails
  • Heavy duty white PVC rubbing band with stainless steel insert
  • Full set of IMCO navigation lights
  • Riding light Dual station remote control searchlight
  • Twin electric horns
  • Fuel and water filler
  • Dinghy chock system
  • Twin helm seats with fore and aft adjustment for helmsman
  • Burr elm instrument console with engine instruments and fuel gauges
  • Dual station instruments and controls at Flybridge and Lower Helm Position: rudder position indicator electronic engine controls power-assisted electro-hydraulic steering bow thruster control electric anchor winch remote control trim tab controls with indicators
  • Autopilot HF with DSC R/T with intercom colour radar and GPS/chart plotter, speed and distance log echo sounder with alarm remote control searchlight high-speed magnetic compass horn button
  • Chart table with light and chart stowage
  • Windscreen wipers with windscreen wash
  • Bilge pump controls with 24v and 240v control panels
  • PVC sunscreens
  • Helmsman’s sliding door to side deck
  • Flybridge Dual station instruments and controls
  • Chart table
  • Double helm seat
  • Settees port and starboard of helm area
  • Large U-shaped seating area for 6-7 with table
  • Raised sunbed aft with storage below
  • Stereo radio /CD
  • Hatch to cockpit stairway
  • Wind deflector screens
  • Stainless-steel handrails
  • Deck-level lighting
  • GRP radar arch
  • Console and seat covers
  • Twin matching whip aerials for VHF R/T and radio
  • Wet bar including sink with electric barbecue
  • Refrigerated cool box
  • Bilge pump audible alarm
  • Set of cutlery, crockery and glasses
  • Set of towels (8 large, 8 hand)
  • Fenders (6) and warps (4)
  • Ensign staff First aid kit
  • Boathook Owner’s manual, engine manual and tools
  • Quilted bedspreads for beds in owner’s stateroom, forward and port and starboard cabins
  • Cockpit cover

Princess 62 Syndicate Information

This syndicate specifically chose the Princess 62 for its four spacious cabins and its high specification, among which is a handheld ‘Yacht-Controller’ remote unit. This means you can pilot the yacht from anywhere on board, making single-handed operation simple. It is particularly advantageous if you use the syndicate’s in-house skipper, available at €250 per day. He can moor the yacht without any help from you or your guests.

This yacht is so well loved that her owners decided to commission a comprehensive refit during the 2017/2018 winter season rather than upgrading to a different yacht after enjoying her for three seasons.

The refit includes:

New internal soft furnishings
New internal carpeting throughout
New galley flooring
New heads
New external upholstery
New external tables & chairs
New Bimini
Tender upgrade
Complete state-of-the-art upgrade of all navigation equipment.
Total cost – around €90,000

This syndicate offers a high level of flexibility around preferences, whether or not you want to choose time in or out of the school holidays and EU national holidays. As a Platinum Member of the Fractional Association, the yacht is always beautifully managed and the Fractional Association’s operational criteria are always adhered to. This provides you with fully transparent access to the boat’s accounts as well as the other operational procedures.

The Fractional Association’s intelligent algorithm makes the weekly selection process as fair as possible for every individual owner, and the order of selection changes annually to keep things equitable. This is how it works:

Each person selects a week in rotation
Person 1 chooses one week, then it’s person 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, all choosing a week at a time in order
This cycle is repeated until all 48 weeks for the year are allocated, with four remaining weeks retained as maintenance weeks
The following year the process happens in reverse
Some swapping takes place after the 48 week allocation, for example between owners who prefer 2 weeks taken together
The Fractional Association’s website forum includes a special section for week swaps, cancelled weeks and unused weeks, all available to trade



62 Flybridge


4 weeks a year




2008 build with 2023 refit & engine overhaul


8 (+2 crew)






Yacht Data
Syndicate Information

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