Princess Yachts arrive in London ahead of the London Boat Show

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Princess’ exceptional yachts from their line-up sailing past Tower Bridge and the Shard on their way to ExCeL London ahead of the 62nd London Boat Show, launching on Friday 8 January 2016

Princess’ exceptional yachts from their line-up sailing past Tower Bridge and the Shard on their way to ExCeL London ahead of the 62nd London Boat Show, launching on Friday 8 January 2016

Two of the UK’s most luxurious yachts, the Princess 60 and Princess V58 Open, sailed down the Thames this week on their way to ExCeL London in preparation for the London Boat Show. Kicking off on Friday 8 January 2016, the prestigious Show is the first event of the year in the global boating calendar.

The exceptional Princess 60 and Princess V58 Open are amongst some of the biggest boats that will be seen at the London Boat Show in January and are hand crafted in Plymouth by one of the world’s largest shipyards, Princess Yachts.

Once the boats arrive at ExCeL London, a specially constructed crane, will lift the huge luxury motor yachts out of the water, before placing them on the back of lorries so that they can be driven into the Show hall. Over the coming days, a further 18 boats will arrive at the London Boat Show via the historic waterways of the Thames, past iconic landmarks, before being hoisted out of the water at the Royal Victoria Dock. Hundreds of boats will also arrive in the capital by road, bringing the total at the Show to almost 400.

The London Boat Show takes place from 8-17 January 2016 at ExCeL London. Buy tickets before the 8th January from £10, with two children 15 or under going free with each adult. To purchase tickets, and for further information,

About British Marine Boat Shows:

The London Boat Show at ExCeL London and the Southampton Boat Show are organised by British Marine Boat Shows, a division of British Marine.

The London Boat Show 2016 will be taking place 8-17 January 2016, at ExCeL London. Opening hours are Friday 8 – Wednesday 13 January open 10.00-18.00 daily, Thursday 14 January open 10.00-20.00 (late night opening) and Friday 15 – Sunday 17 January open 10.00-18.00 daily. For further Show information please

From Friday 8 to Sunday 10 January 2016 a London Boat Show ticket will also allow the ticket holder access to The Telegraph Cruise Show and The Telegraph Travel Show for free.

The Southampton Boat Show 2016 takes places from 16–25 September 2016, for more details.

About Princess Yachts

Princess Yachts continues to celebrate its 50th anniversary in style at the London Boat Show by showcasing a stunning eleven yacht line-up.  This will include the global launch of the new Princess 75 Motor Yacht, the Princess 68, 60, 56, 52 and 43 from the Flybridge range, the dynamic V58 Open, V48 and V39 from the sporty V Class range and the sleek S65 from the S Class range alongside the lovingly restored Project 31@50.

Plymouth-based Princess Yachts epitomises the best of British manufacture, from its quality craftsmanship, design and engineering pedigree, to the refined elegant and luxury interior styling of its craft. The result blends cutting-edge technology with traditional craftsmanship to set new standards in performance, evident across the Princess range of sophisticated flybridge motor yachts, dynamic V CLASS sports yachts, ground-breaking S CLASS sportbridge yachts and flagship M CLASS superyachts. The Princess reputation for design, engineering and manufacturing excellence has earned the company global appeal and established it as a truly international brand.

Princess Yachts International was acquired in 2008 by L Capital 2 FCPR, an investment group sponsored by LVMH (Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton) and Groupe Arnault. The LVMH group includes over 60 international luxury brands worldwide.

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