2013 Princess Yachts V72

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Presented by Galati Yacht Sales - Anna Maria, FL

The V72 Princess offers a sleek / sporty exterior, spacious interior, and superb performance. This yacht is a Galati Yacht Sales Trade and has a 3 stateroom / 3 head layout plus crew quarters. At a 30 knot cruise; this 2013 V72 is ready for your boating adventures for years to come!

What makes this Princess Yacht V72 special?

Princess Yachts is known for their quality and attention to detail and this GYS Trade is no exception. With her unique deep-V hull, you’ll experience the ultimate combination of performance and luxurious comfort. And, because this is a GYS Trade, you can rest assured that she has been maintained by Galati Yacht Sales’ award-winning service department. Of course, this is a used yacht, so we recommend having your own evaluation including a third-party inspection by a licensed yacht surveyor as well as a sea trial.

This 2013 Princess Yachts V72 is scheduled to be at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, October 30- November 3, 2019, and is available for VIP tours.

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