Boats over 50ft can fit three or even four cabins in if you really want, but this Princess V52 shows that sometimes less can be more…

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In this video, Nick shows us around a particularly well kept 2012 Princess V52 that sticks with a two-cabin configuration, giving the layout plenty of room to breathe.

The result is a very spacious sportscruiser with a full-beam owner’s cabin amidships and a pair of scissor twin berths in the bow, both of which get their own en-suite.

There was an option for a small crew cabin back aft, but this particular owner preferred to save that space for lazarette storage.

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The emphasis on quality and space can be seen in the saloon too, where the folding table was fitted with a hydraulic leg, so that it can be raised or lowered at the touch of a button.

Sure, there are many cheaper ways to get yourself a two-cabin cruiser, but there aren’t many finer options on the market than this.

Enjoy the tour…

Princess V52 specification

LOA: 55ft 7in (16.64m)
Beam: 15ft 7in (4.45m)
Engines: Twin 715hp Caterpillar C12
Top speed: 36 knots
Built: 2012
Price: £495,000

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