Perhaps one of the most enticing luxury yachts to look at due to its stunning turquoise exterior, the 131-foot Princess Anka by Princess Yachts was launched in 2015. This massive superyacht measures 40.2-meter and also has the most refined interiors. It is the fifth hull in the Princess’ famous 40M series of superyachts. Earlier this year, Anka made quite an impact at the Yachts Miami Beach event.
Anka can accommodate twelve guests in five suites. Two lower-deck twins can be converted to doubles due to the yacht’s flexible layout. The interior is rather airy with big windows and hydraulically folding balconies opening up the main deck salon and dining area.
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On the majestic upper deck, there is a sky lounge that leads to an exterior dining area aft. Guests of this yacht can also enjoy a sundeck with a bar, a sunbathing area and a lengthened spa tub. In addition, the superyacht in Turquoise Island color has a garage that can store a 6.2-meter tender and two PWC’s.
Anka can reach up to 22 knots of top speed courtesy by a Twin MTU 12V diesel engine. This superyacht is available for charter and operates in the Eastern and Western Mediterranean in the summer and the Caribbean during winter.
“Within the parameters of the 40M’s hull and superstructure, owners, of course, have almost carte blanche to create the yacht of their dreams – no two will ever be alike. You can choose from either four or five guest cabins on the lower deck, for example, and you can choose to have a cinema instead of one of the midships cabins down below, and a gym in place of the other one,” – Princess Yachts
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Source: Superyacht World