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The Princess Antheya III Yacht Is Fit For Royalty

By Victor Baker


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Princess Antheya III

The success of Princess Yachts’ flagship 40M series convinced this British yacht builder to design an evolution of this luxury performance range. As such, we can now glance upon the beauty of the 35-meter Princess Antheya III.

With a sleek exterior, an innovative layout and a surprisingly spacious and luxurious interior, the vessel comes as a completely individual package. Showing off a set of customizable features and guest spaces, Antheya III was dressed in a distinctive grey hull, complementing its elegant yet sporty nature.

The shipyard has yet again collaborated with British designer designer Bernard Olesinski, which should explain the clean and flowing exterior, with dynamic elements. Antheya III was not meant to spend time at anchor, as its style and speed should definitely be experienced on the open seas.

Princess Antheya III

The sundeck features a sociable U-shaped lounge and a circular dining area, separated by a stylish bar and service area, making it the perfect place for entertaining your guests. There are many other options available for clients, and the yacht also comes with a choice of propulsion sets, with top speeds ranging between 23 and 27 knots, each of the options offering a range of around 1,700 nm.

Inside, the Princess Antheya III shows off classic Italian details throughout, with the tasteful full beam master suite being a good example of that. The stateroom is decorated in a mixture of light and darker textured woods and paneling, with large side windows, a functional layout and generous storage spaces that make getting out of bed a bit tricky.

The salon on main deck features full height side windows, as well as a fold down balcony, with rich white leather upholstery, clever LED lighting and reflective surfaces. Do we need to say more, or are you already convinced that the Antheya III yacht is worthy of royalty?

Let’s not forget the rest of the accommodations, four guest staterooms that are equally amazing, split in two twin and two double cabins. There’s no limit, other than your budget!

Princess Antheya III


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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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