Perched on the edge of the English Channel lies the city of Plymouth, where Princess established its home in 1965. Today Princess shipyards cover an area of over 1.1 million square feet, an area rich in British maritime heritage. In fact, South Yard, where M Class Superyachts are constructed, is a former naval yard dating back to the 17th century.
From the outset, the goal has been to meticulously sculpt the yachts around the owners’ enjoyment of them. Such dedication and attention to detail resonates deeply with our Plymouth craftsmen. Over 2.500 people, each possessing a mastery of their skill, fastidiously realise this vision in the shipyards. Through a culture of innovation, the yachts are not only some of the most technically-advanced in the world but also the most beautifully realised.
"Over 80% of every Princess yacht is crafted in Plymouth"
- Head office location; Sales, Marketing, Finance, HR, Payroll
- Assembly line on site for: Princess 88 Motor Yacht, 82 Motor Yacht, 75 Motor Yacht, 68, 60 och 43
- Hull moulds for: Princess 40M och 30M
- Test and despatch for boats under 100ft
- Main site where the component parts for the yachts are produced including: Metal Shop, Kit Parts, Loom Shop, Small Moulds and Canopies.
- Hull Moulds for: Princess 88 Motor Yacht, 82 Motor Yacht, 75 Motor Yacht and S72.
- Stories/transport centre
- Training centre
- Superyacht manufacturing facility
- Assembly line and and moulding sub-assembly on site for: Princess 40M, 35M och 30M
- Hull mould for Princess 35M
- Test and despatch for boats over 100ft
- Development mock-up area
- Assembly line on site for: Princess V58, S72, 56 och 52.
- Major moulds for: Princess 68, 60, 56 och 52.
- Major Mould Shop for: Princess V58 and 43
- Production and assembly of V Class sports yachts under 52ft including the Princess V39, V48, V52 och Princess 49