The ultimate yachting Rendez-Vous, Cannes Yachting Festival is going at full speed and already numerous novelties and vessels have made quite the impact on the audience. One, in particular, was the R35 sports yacht conceived by the renowned British shipyard, Princess Yachts, that presents its fastest vessel to date.
R35 was the result of a collaboration between Princess Yachts and Pininfarina. She is a high-performance sports yacht that is integrated with technology developed by experts from America’s Cup allowing the improvement of speed and stability. Thanks to this and twin aluminium, direct injection V8 petrol engines, the 10.89m vessel can reach up to 50 knots.
The sports yacht features a carbon-fibre monocoque hull structure designed by Pininfarina. This enhanced the boat’s aerodynamics with sleek air blades to maximise engine airflow, while controlling vortices and turbulence to stern, to improve comfort.
Furthermore, the vessel also has an Active Foil System that Princess imagined together with BAR Technologies, that allows that boat to move swiftly no matter the type of sea conditions, due to this, it also has a much lower drag hull form. This exceptional vessel “is function and beauty at the same time” as it was said by Paola Pininfarina, the chairman of the Italian sportscar enterprise.
Lastly, inside one can find impressive high-tech features, such as a glass panel helm, a Naim audio systems and Esthec flooring, making R35 one of the most comfortable and innovative sports yacht in the industry.
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Source: Boat International