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Princess X95 review: Widebody design ushers in a brave new world

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On both the main deck and flybridge, the impression of size is extraordinary

  • At 18 knots the X95 has a range of 450nm; at 10 knots it’s over 2,000nm

We ran through our speed trials, recording a two-way maximum of 23.7 knots

A hot tub, perched above the master suite and overlooking the bow is an option

  • The wide body design maximises the yacht’s internal volume

The optional beach club set inside the transom is a desirable addition

  • Plenty of space and elegant curves in the cockpit

Astonishing amounts of glazing on the main deck

  • Floor-to-ceiling windows and dropped bulwarks bolster the view out from the main deck
  • The sociable circular dining table in the saloon
  • The elevated sky lounge can be closed off from the bridge
  • The interior décor is cool and comfortable; she’s a home away from home
  • Various layout options are available for the aft end of the flybridge
  • The inwardly raked screens give the X95 its menacing frown
  • The new X marks the blossoming of a new range; an X80 is the next one planned for launch
  • The seating area at the forward end of the flybridge is a comfortable and private hideaway
  • If you don’t have the master suite on the main deck there is the option of a family kitchen or cinema room
  • The breakfast dinette in the master suite
  • Exemplary finishing inside the ensuite bathrooms
  • The VIP suite forward on the lower deck
  • The amidships cabin on the lower deck becomes the master in the four-cabin arrangement
  • Twin guest cabins complete the guest accommodation
  • The comprehensive galley is tucked away to port on the main deck with direct access to the decks
  • Crew accommodation is tucked in between the optional beach club and the engineroom
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For a yard more used to evolution than revolution the new Princess X95 is a radical departure from the norm but how does it stack up as a boat?

Things have been a little different at Princess lately. A brisk wind of change has been blowing through the hallowed halls of Britain’s most quietly conservative boatbuilder since the arrival of executive chairman Anthony Sheriff, late of McLaren Cars, and chief marketing officer Kiran Haslam, who used to work for Bentley.

These gentlemen didn’t join the firm to take it easy, but to shake things up. The world is changing, the market is changing, and as old values and habits are held up to scrutiny, new approaches and ideas are ushered in. The Princess Yachts brand, they felt, was in danger of being left behind. The very image of yachting was moribund, incapable of attracting new blood, while boatbuilders squabbled over a dwindling customer base.

Enough was enough. Persuading someone to buy a Princess instead of an Azimut or a Sunseeker was no longer going to cut it. Now the goal was to persuade someone to buy a Princess instead of a third home, instead of a Barbara Hepworth, instead of a jet – someone who had never thought of buying a boat before.

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It meant new thinking, new products, new technologies – a reinvention not just of the Princess brand, but of the whole idea of what a boat can be and do. No doubt some of the old guard at the shipyard found it all rather exhausting, but when the Princess R35 was unveiled in 2018, it suddenly became clear that these new chaps were serious.

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Not only was the R35 unlike anything attempted before, but it worked. Here was a boat that used massive computing power, untried technology and a totally new hull concept based around active foils that allowed even a boating novice to drive like Don Aronow.

And now we have the Princess X95. It is perhaps a sign of the management’s growing confidence that there seems to have been almost no attempt to make it look like a boat. But looks have been no impediment whatsoever to sales – three have been delivered so far, and 12 sold, according to sales director Will Green. We caught up with Princess X95 number two at Princess’s Turnchapel base in Plymouth Harbour on a bright, blustery day. It towered over the pontoon.

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It is of course a ‘widebody’ design, a concept very much in vogue at the moment, with a raised wheelhouse and a full-length main deck interior, capped by a flybridge that is pretty much full-length too. What sets it apart from its rivals is its phenomenally bold styling, which was designed by the Princess studio and refined by Pininfarina, where Antony Sheriff happens to hold a board directorship.

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If you set aside your convictions about what a yacht should traditionally look like, the design actually works pretty harmoniously from every angle. The curves all communicate with each other.

The phenomenal quantities of tinted glass form assertive stripes to reduce – a little – the visual height. That raked windscreen looks serious and businesslike. The full-width upper deck provides a sheltering overhang for the side decks aft, and continues right forward to the stem, accentuating the triple-layered look and cheekily exaggerating the apparent size of the interior.

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There is really no need to exaggerate when it comes to the Princess X95, inside or out. The hull is no beamier than it needs to be, and the lower deck layout has to make do with the same volume as any conventional 95-footer, but on both the main deck and flybridge, the impression of size is extraordinary.

On a sunny day, the undoubted star of the show is the flybridge, which has marvellously elevated relaxation areas forward and aft, with a variety of furnishing possibilities, including the option of a hot tub overlooking the bow. The cosy private skydeck saloon behind the helm station is such a pleasant place to sit that the main saloon below could start to feel like an extravagance.

Princess also offers plenty of choices on the main deck, whose forward section can be fitted out either as an open-plan galley and dining room, or as a private saloon and cinema.

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On our five-cabin Princess X95, it was home to a comfortable L-shaped owner’s suite , brightened by substantial side windows and by another big one facing forward, albeit offering rather restricted views onto the foredeck. Headroom throughout the yacht is impressive – 6ft 10in (2.08m) in the master, and 6ft 8in (2.03) as a minimum pretty much everywhere else. The beds, too, are all full-size.

There is so much glass installed that I found myself wondering what it all weighs. Nowhere is its effect seen better than in the main saloon, with its full-height windows each side and glazed sliding doors into the cockpit. Access to the lower deck from here is down a straight companionway to a lobby at the centre of a conventional accommodation layout.

The substantial midships suite is the largest and most comfortable cabin on board, as of course it ought to be – in four-cabin versions of the Princess X95, this will serve as the master. There are also crew cabins in the stern, in various possible configurations, and the option of a beach club looking out over the aft platform, with its impressive ‘transformer’ – a huge, teak-laid section that cantilevers up, out, and down, extending some 20ft (6m) from the transom.

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Driving the Princess X95

The X95’s hull has a short, vestigial wave-piercer at the bow which might contribute a little to low-speed efficiency, and might also help with smoothing the ride upwind, but otherwise, below the waterline, the X95’s lines are conventional and full-bodied, flattening out aft to provide plenty of lift.

Unlike almost every other area of the yacht, Princess offers no choice about what to put in the engineroom. This yacht is designed around a pair of 1,900hp MAN V12s, which sit in a bright and beautifully appointed machinery space, with excellent all-round access and full standing headroom.

Halyards in the marina jangled incessantly in the unseasonal south-easterly breeze, setting up that intimidating chorus which so often persuades us to wait for better weather before venturing out. As we made our way across the Sound and into the full force of the wind, we could see the effect it was having beyond the stone breakwater.

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At 18 knots the Princess X95 has a range of 450nm; at 10 knots it’s over 2,000nm

Our Princess X95 was fitted with some excellent Sleipner fin stabilisers, and this was not a day to switch them off and see what happened. The waves didn’t look especially big from high up in the X95’s wheelhouse, but they were pretty steep, full of energy and closely spaced.

In these conditions it was hard to judge whether the small wavepiercer was achieving very much – heading upwind at 20 knots or so, any pitch-damping effect it might have been exerting was soon subsumed as the waves rolled over it and bore the bow up, while sheets of spray lashed the windscreen like a fire hose. The stabilisers certainly earned their keep.

Power games

The Princess X95 has plenty of power, and felt agile enough on the helm for such a big boat, but things don’t happen fast. With the seas on the beam, I was acutely aware of her top hamper – and couldn’t stop myself wondering again about the weight of all that glass – but the fins did their bit and the roll was well controlled. Downwind, and with the seas on the quarter, she handled and tracked with great confidence, and seemed happy to cruise on the plane at any speed from 16 knots up to her maximum.

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It was an impressive display. With the wheelhouse so far forward, it felt a bit like driving a house – but beneath all the domestic comforts, there is clearly a hull that can be relied upon.

In flatter water we ran through our speed trials, recording a two-way maximum of 23.7 knots, which seemed pretty respectable and could certainly be bettered on a calmer day. Laden as she was with almost full tanks, she settled at three or four degrees bow-up, and ran comfortably with no need for any trim-tab adjustment.

Looking out of the windows was like watching a video – inside, all was calm and remarkably quiet. As we accelerated around Penlee Point, spray drenched the windscreen and the sunlit hillsides glowed with green and gold.

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£6,950,000.00 ex. VAT

The X95 experience reminded me of that other radically new Princess. When I arrived for my long-awaited sea trial of the R35 a couple of years ago, I had already done my homework. I had talked to the designers and engineers, read about the hardware and software, and understood the principles of its extraordinary trim system. This boat was cool, clever, carbon – but as I stood on the pontoon looking it over, I couldn’t help but wonder if it was also going to be fun. A similar hesitation surfaced as I stood listening to the wind howling through the halyards, craning my neck at the towering form of the Princess X95: what was this thing going to be like at sea? It turns out the answer to both questions was the same: I needn’t have worried.

LOA: 95ft 6in (29.10m) Beam: 22ft 3in (6.77m) Draught: 6ft 0in (2.01m) Displacement: 118 tonnes full load Engines: Twin 1,900hp MAN V12 diesel Fuel capacity: 13,400 litres Water capacity: 1,800 litres Top speed: 23.7 knots Cruising speed: 18.6 knots Fuel consumption at 18.6 knots: 446lph Cruising range at 18.6 knots: 448nm Fuel consumption at 10.6 knots: 52lph Cruising range at 10.6 knots : 2,193nm Noise at 20 knots: 57dB(A) RCD category: B for 20 people Design: Olesinski/Princess/Pininfarina

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The Princess X95 has a forward-thinking design and a layout that allows room for comfort and creativity says Kevin Koenig , who steps on board hull 14.

The 29.1-metre Princess X95 looks like no other Princess before her. Introduced via a digital launch in summer 2020 at the height of the pandemic, the X95 follows industry trends toward building boats in this size and class with a plumb bow, without quite going the full monty. Instead, the yacht has a wave piercer that extends her waterline and which also lines up with the peak of her bow deck. 

Negative space in between the two is a function of design. “A true plumb bow can generate quite a bit of spray,” says Andy Lawrence, Princess’s director of design. “We have a more relaxed angle [as the bow approaches the waterline]. It’s inverted and diverts the water more efficiently.” What Princess has done here is effectively combine the best of both worlds.

The look of the X95 is at once striking and unexpected, particularly for the comparatively staid British builder. On display at the Fort Lauderdale boat show and surrounded by her more conservatively drawn sisterships, the X95’s aggressive styling stands out.

“This is a bit of a departure for us,” Lawrence says. “There is a different look and feel aesthetically going on here. It takes a while to accept that for some, but it feels like this is the way the market is going right now. These boat profiles are going to change because people want more living space. The design of this boat [done by Pininfarina and Olesinksi, in conjunction with Princess] was really about trying to maximise the amount of usable real estate, and floor space.”

The yacht also uses a notable amount of glass in her construction, which pays dividends when capturing the elusive goal of bringing the outside in. “There are 85 pieces of glass used on this boat,” he says. “They’re big pieces too, three metres long by 1.5 metres wide, so to physically maneuver it is a challenge from a manufacturing perspective, but we are used to dealing with it now. The factory has H-frame lifting rigs with suction cups to lift the glass up, and then beam cranes overhead to manoeuver them around the factory floor. They’re simply too big to be manually handled. It’s a good bit of work of course but we think it is worth it, and by that I mean for visibility. We want as few mullions as possible.”

From glancing at the X95, one could be forgiven for wondering if the entire superstructure is made of glass. It is not of course, but it does appear that way. Regardless, Lawrence explains that the structural integrity of the X95 is not up for debate. “The glass is very strong,” he says. “It’s subjected to the same load pressures as the rest of the hull, but the hull itself has structural reinforcements that support it whether the glass is there or not.”

Besides the space-age exterior aesthetic the glass affords the boat, there are of course other advantages. Natural light is abundant, and can be felt perhaps most keenly on the main deck. On the first 13 iterations of this hull, that space encompassed both the saloon and the de rigueur owner’s cabin on main deck.

However, the owners of the 14th hull took a different tack, placing their cabin at amidships on the lower accommodations level. The galley is up and forward on the main deck, reflecting an American penchant for using the cooking space as an entertaining space as well. It’s a layout option Lawrence expects to become popular once it is photographed and publicized. “What’s been done with that main deck on that boat is simply incredible,” he says. “You can walk in the aft door and see 18 metres straight to the front, so it feels absolutely enormous.”

A feeling of enormity was important during this vessel’s design. “We really wanted to pack as much in as possible,” Lawrence says, yet “we didn’t want to crest that 24 metre (at load line) mark for various reasons. For example, you can make the boat 1.5 metres longer, but then you need more crew, and corresponding crew space, so you really end up with the same amount of boat. And if you go three metres bigger well, that’s a different size boat, isn’t it? Plus, by capping the boat at the length she is, we put a cap on the price. But with all the glass we use, and a beam that carries well forward, we think people will be impressed when they step aboard and see just how big she really is inside.”

It’s a difference Princess is betting will be a massive success.

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Characterised by beautifully sculpted surfaces and long flowing lines, the X95 defines a striking design language for this new Class. Both her flybridge and main deck cover almost the full length of the yacht, delivering expansive spaces with flexibility that enables you to define each journey around your guests’ preferences. With a fuel capacity of 13,400 litres, the X95 has the range for far-reaching, adventurous voyages. Experience space akin to a megayacht as you enter her main deck saloon and witness a line of sight right through to the forward window. Ascend the internal staircase to the upper deck and another unique experience awaits: a fully enclosed and climatecontrolled Sky Lounge. Taking pride of place on her lower deck is the full beam Master Stateroom with en suite, complemented by her Forward Stateroom with walk-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom. Additional port and starboard guest cabins can each be configured with two single beds or one double bed, whilst generous crew quarters complete her extensive accommodation.

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DECK FITTINGS

  • Teak-laid transom platform and stairs, cockpit deck, flybridge, flybridge stairway, side decks and foredeck walkthrough
  • Twin self-stowing 125kg/275lbs Galvanised Kedge anchors with 100m of chain (each)
  • Anchor pockets with automatic anchor launch and retrieve
  • Twin reversible hydraulic anchor winches with dual station controls
  • Twin electric sternline mooring winches
  • Stainless steel cleats, fairleads and handrails
  • Foredeck seating and sunbathing area
  • Storage lockers for ropes, fenders and sunbed cushions
  • Telephone connection point
  • Stern docking lights
  • LED deck level lighting
  • Freshwater deck/anchor wash
  • U-shaped seating with teak dining table
  • Twin transom gates leading to electro-hydraulic transformer bathing platform with foldaway swimming ladder, hot and cold shower
  • Door leading to crew quarters and engine room from side deck
  • Transom doors giving direct access to garage with electro-hydraulic door and manual wetbike launch system (3.05m wetbike)
  • Remote control 5m telescopic passarelle with folding handrail
  • Stern docking control position
  • Cockpit cover
  • Flybridge aft deck area with free standing furniture
  • Dining table with chairs for 8 (10 for 5 cabin layout)
  • Naim Uniti Atom audio system with waterproof speakers
  • Servery unit with sink and tap
  • Optional crane (1000kg SWL)
  • Life raft storage
  • Helm seat with electric adjustment
  • U-shaped seating with table to port
  • Sliding privacy door to Skylounge area
  • Helmsman’s door to side deck and electric opening window to port
  • Full engine instrumentation including fuel gauges, exhaust temperature, fuel contamination alarms and rudder position indicator
  • Navigation system including colour radar, GPS and chartplotter (3 displays), VHF/RT, speed and distance log, echo sounder with alarm, autopilot and high speed magnetic compass
  • Controls for bow thruster, windscreen wipers, bilge pump and trim tabs (with indicator)
  • CCTV to engine room and cockpit
  • Intercom to galley and crew area
  • Automatic foghorn with loudhailer
  • 24v and 240v control panel
  • Red night lighting
  • Toughened glass screen (clear for night vision)
  • Stainless steel framed sliding doors to aft deck
  • L-shaped seating area with coffee table
  • Entertainment centre incorporating 55” 4K UHD LED TV on electric raise/lower mechanism and DVD BLU-ray system with Naim audio system
  • Sideboard unit with bottle and glass storage and refrigerator
  • Glazed roof panels with powered blinds

DECK SALOON

  • U-shaped seating area with two-seater sofa and coffee table
  • Sofa to starboard with storage below
  • Entertainment centre incorporating 65” 4K UHD LED TV on electric raise/lower mechanism and DVD Blu-ray system with Naim audio system
  • Sideboard unit with bottle and glass storage, refrigerator and icemaker
  • Four armchairs with coffee table on starboard side
  • Access door to side deck
  • Forward dining area incorporating entertainment unit with Naim audio system
  • 5-zone induction hob
  • Conventional oven
  • Microwave oven with grill
  • Island unit with twin stainless steel sink and dishwasher
  • Twin full height refrigerator with freezer drawers
  • Storage lockers, cupboards and drawers

ACCOMMODATION

  • All cabins and bathrooms feature opening portholes and air conditioning outlets
  • All cabins feature 220/240v power points
  • All mattresses pocket sprung
  • All bathrooms feature full shower stalls, electric freshwater toilets, extractor fan and 240v shaver points

OWNERS STATEROOM

  • Large double bed with bedside tables and drawers below
  • Dressing area with wardrobes with hanging and drawer storage
  • Dressing table with chair
  • Occasional table with two-seater sofa
  • Built-in safe
  • 55” 4K UHD LED TV, DVD Blu-ray system with Naim audio system
  • En suite bathroom with heated towel rail

FORWARD STATEROOM

  • Large double bed with drawers below
  • Walk-in wardrobe with shelves
  • 40” UHD LED TV with Naim audio system
  • En suite bathroom

STARBOARD GUEST CABIN

  • Two single beds with drawers below (with the option of powered conversion to double)
  • Bedside table with storage
  • Wardrobe with shelves

PORT GUEST CABIN

LOWER ACCOMMODATION LOBBY

  • The lobby area has a full-height storage cupboard with the option of fitting an additional washer/dryer

CREW QUARTERS

  • Captain’s cabin with single bed, wardrobe and storage lockers
  • Crew cabin with two single beds, wardrobe and storage lockers
  • Bathroom with separate stall shower, electric freshwater toilet and washbasin
  • Crew mess with microwave oven, sink, refrigerator and washing machine with separate dryer
  • Access to engine room

INTERIOR FINISH

  • Furniture in Rovere Oak with satin or high gloss finish. Walnut or Alba Oak available as an option
  • All guest bathroom worktops and floors in choice of marble, granite or quartz
  • Galley worktops in choice of granite or quartz
  • Choice of high quality carpet and upholstery fabric from extensive range
  • Curtains, blinds or sunscreens to all windows and portholes
  • Timber-laid galley and wheelhouse floors

POWER AND DRIVE SYSTEMS

  • 5-bladed propellers in nickel aluminium bronze
  • Bow thruster (550kgf/1210lbf)
  • Power-assisted electro-hydraulic steering system with hydraulic back-up
  • Electronic engine and gear shift control system
  • Dripless shaft seals
  • Engine room extractor fan with electronic time delay

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 24 Volt:

  • 4 x heavy duty batteries for engine starting
  • 6 x heavy duty auxiliary batteries
  • Battery link facility with remote control at helm position
  • 2 x 100-amp battery charger charges both banks of batteries via an automatic switch charging system
  • Remote battery master switches with control switch at main panel
  • LED lighting throughout

220/240 Volt: 2 x 28kW diesel generator with own sound shield with water cooled and specially silenced exhaust Three phase and one single phase shore support inlet Earth leakage safety trip, polarity check system, circuit breaker on all circuits Power points in all areas FUEL SYSTEM

  • Main fuel tank (NS8 marine grade alloy) giving 2948 gal/3540 US gal/13400l capacity
  • Fuel fillers on port and starboard side decks
  • High capacity duplex fuel filters/water traps with audible and visual fuel contamination warning
  • Remote fuel cocks in cockpit locker

WATER SYSTEM

  • Water tanks giving 351 gal/421 US gal/1595l capacity plus 45 gal/54 Us gal/205l hot water calorifier
  • Water level gauge
  • Electric freshwater WC system with 720l holding tank

AIR CONDITIONING 342,000Btu chilled water system with outlets in all accommodation areas and incorporating reverse cycle heating with linked windscreen de-mist system. Suitable for tropical conditions (40 degrees C) FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

  • Automatic/manual override fire extinguishers in engine room with warning system at helm position and incorporating engine air vent closure system
  • Hand-operated fire extinguishers in all cabins, galley, crew and flybridge

BILGE PUMPS

  • Automatic/manual electric bilge pumps
  • High-capacity manual bilge pumps with valve system and suction points in same areas

OTHER ITEMS SUPPLIED AS STANDARD

  • Set of cutlery, crockery and glasses (8)
  • Set of towels (8 large, 8 small)
  • Ensign staff
  • Fenders (8) and warps (4)
  • First aid kit
  • Set of manuals

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The latest from the X-Class, the X95 uses every inch of space to its full advantage, creating large, open living areas the full length and beam of the yacht, and introducing an incredible panoramic approach to light, with the single-piece window offering you stunning views of your surroundings.

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Redesigned to build upon the revolutionary use of space aboard Princess’ X-Class of motor yachts, the Princess X95 Vista incorporates the very latest in Princess Yachts’ new exterior styling, with a large, single piece, hull window stretching the length of this mini-superfly, bringing in more natural light and offering unparalleled views of your surroundings on board.

The expansive flybridge and main deck stretch across nearly the entire length of the yacht, showcasing its exquisite interior and captivating exterior that commands attention on the water. Princess Yachts, in collaboration with renowned naval architect Bernard Olensinski and esteemed Italian design firm Pininfarina, has crafted a vessel that epitomizes avant-garde yacht architecture.

Embracing an open-concept layout, the X95 invites customization, allowing you to tailor the yacht to suit the preferences of your guests and enhance their onboard experience.

The essence of the ‘Super Flybridge’ concept permeates the interior design, creating a seamless flow from the open main deck, ideal for socializing and enjoying unobstructed views, to the lower deck, which houses three guest rooms accommodating up to six guests. At the heart of the lower deck, the full-beam master stateroom boasts a private en-suite, exuding luxury and comfort. Supporting life onboard, the generous crew quarters feature a fully-equipped crew mess, bathroom, and accommodations for up to four crew members, ensuring seamless service and relaxation for all aboard.

The Princess X95 Vista gives the opportunity to experience an entirely new concept in yacht design, completely rethinking yacht architecture, putting your luxury living at the helm.

Find out more about the Princess X Class , and her sister ship the Princess X80 .

Principal Dimensions

Length overall 95ft 4in (29.0m)
Beam 22ft 0in (6.70m)
Draft (at full load) approx 6ft 8in (2.03m)
Displacement approx 109,936kg (242,367lbs)*
Fuel capacity 2,948 gal / 3,540 US gal / 13,400 l
Water capacity (incl. calorifier) 351 gal / 421 US gal / 1,595 l
MAN V12-1900 (2 x 1900mhp)

Maximum speed range – 19 - 21 knots†


† Speeds are given at half load condition with boat to standard specification and with no additional equipment on board. Speeds are estimated and given in good faith but without warranty.

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Princess X95

The flagship of our X Class range

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Introducing the X Class, and its flagship: the strikingly beautiful Princess X95. With an expansive flybridge and main deck covering almost the full length of the yacht, she delivers an experience like no other yacht to date; intoxicating, extreme and exciting.

Princess Yachts have projected themselves into the future of yacht-building with this exciting Super Flybridge yacht – the Princess X95 yacht is cutting-edge, offering a unique boating lifestyle to those who want something different from their yacht.

Her interior space is expansive and makes use of every square meter on board, with a flybridge and main deck that cover almost the full length of the yacht. Encompassing her stunning interior is a striking exterior sure to turn heads on the water; Princess Yachts’ long-standing naval architect, Bernard Olensinski, has partnered with Italian design heavyweights, Pininfarina, to create the ultimate in avant-garde yacht architecture.

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BASIC SPECIFICATIONS

  • Standard Engine: Twin MAN V12 1900
  • Length Overall: 29m
  • Beam: 6.65m
  • Draft: 2.03m
  • Displacement: 112,409kg
  • Fuel Capacity: 13,818L
  • Water Capacity: 1,865L
  • Top Speed: 21-23 knots
  • Berths: People 10

The X95 is not trying to fit in – she is unique and doesn’t follow the crowd. Her open-concept layout allows you to tailor your yacht to your guests and their experience on board, and with a fuel capacity of 13,400 litres, the X95 has the range to take you on long-reaching adventurous voyages.

The concept of ‘Super Flybridge’ is truly felt throughout her interior, with an open main deck configuration to make the most of socialising and relaxing with undisturbed vistas.

The X95's lower deck features three guestrooms to sleep up to six guests and, taking pride of place, the full-beam master stateroom with a private en-suite. Life on board is relaxing and complemented by the generous crew quarters.

The Princess X95 gives you the opportunity to experience an entirely new concept in yacht design, completely rethinking yacht architecture, and putting your luxury living at the helm.

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Introducing the all-new X-95

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What do you get when you combine Holterman’s history of boatbuilding prowess, Bernd Weel’s dynamic design talent, invaluable client feedback and the cumulative experience of developing the Xtreme range of yachts? You get the all-new X-95 – a brand new yacht that’s been 60 years in the making.

This exciting addition to the Xtreme range doesn’t just step into the gap between the exciting X-78 and the innovative, award-winning X-105, it serves as a bridge between them, drawing on the performance and nimble handling of her smaller sibling while borrowing the big-boat features and genius design solution ethos of her big sister.

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The result? A sleek 29 metre, all-aluminium widebody yacht that offers performance of up to 24 knots, range of 1,800 nautical miles at 15 knots, an enclosed aft garage that can take a huge 6-metre tender, and a stunning raised pilothouse design that offers acres of exterior living space and vast interior volumes.

“We believe the X-95 is something really special,” Bernd Weel enthuses. “One of the main focuses right from the start was to create a lot of exterior space for outdoor living, but at the same time maximising interior space for a full five-cabin layout – we also really wanted to design the yacht to be optimised for potential charter, so the integration of captain and crew has been paramount in the design.”

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The result has to be seen to be believed. A huge main deck saloon leads forward to a luxurious main deck master suite complete with its own private foredeck terrace. There are four generous ensuite double guest cabins below, along with well-sized crew quarters.

Outside, the yawning sweep of the main deck cockpit stretches from alfresco dining forward under the shade of the sundeck overhang, to a large lounging area and a large aft sunpad. Up top, the aft sundeck can be specified according to a client’s every indulgence – including a spa pool – while a forward upper section offers a bar and seating area under the hardtop and a fully equipped forward fly helm.

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The X-95 is also being built to last – her twin-shaft drivetrain is proven and reliable, and she will sport an IMO Tier III-compliant exhaust treatment system. She will also be built to Class rather than to CE standard.

“The Xtreme range may be very new – and the X-95 the newest of those – but Holterman is not,” says Robbert Holterman, CEO at Holterman Shipyard. “We wanted to create the perfect 29-metre yacht both for cruising and for charter. The X-95 needed to have it all, so we have included all the features of a superyacht in a 29-metre, fast displacement aluminium design. The X-95 really is the culmination of everything we have done and everything we have learnt over six decades of building exceptional yachts.”

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X-95

Basic specs.

The hull is made of hand laid fibreglass while the deck is made of fibreglass. Generally, a hull made of hand laid fibreglass requires only a minimum of maintenance during the sailing season. And outside the sailing season, just bottom cleaning and perhaps anti-fouling painting once a year - a few hours of work, that's all. The hull is a double hull which improves the indoor climate. Especially when the water is colder than the air in the cabin, then the double hull insulates against cold water and reduce the condense water in the cabin. The deck is a double deck which improves the indoor climate.

Interior

The interior is like many other boats made of mahogany. Mahogany belongs to the hardwood species, known for being water-repellent and resistant to decay. It has an attractive wood grain and holds wood polish and varnish well. The boat is equipped with 8 berths, a galley, 100.0 liter fresh water capacity and toilet facility. Note: the boat has also been sold to be self-made/-interiored, which means that the quality of each boat may vary.

Cockpit

X-95 has more than one rig. One option is a fractional rig. A fractional rig has smaller headsails which make tacking easier, which is an advantage for cruisers and racers, of course. The downside is that having the wind from behind often requires a genaker or a spinnaker for optimal speed. Another option is a masthead rig. The advantage of a masthead rig is its simplicity and the fact that a given sail area - compared with a fractional rig - can be carried lower and thus with less heeling moment.

The X-95 is equipped with a fin keel. The fin keel is the most common keel and provides splendid manoeuvrability. The downside is that it has less directional stability than a long keel.

The keel is made of iron. Many people prefer lead keel in favour of iron. The main argument is that lead is much heavier than iron and a lead keel can therefore be made smaller which again result in less wet surface, i.e. less drag. In fact iron is quite heavy, just 30% less heavy than lead, so the advantage of a lead keel is often overstated. As the surface of a fin type keel is just a fraction of the total wet surface, the difference between an iron keel and a lead keel can in reality be ignored for cruising yachts.

The boat can enter most marinas as the draft is just about 1.73 - 1.83 meter (5.68 - 5.98 ft) dependent on the load. See immersion rate below.

The boat is typically equipped with an inboard Yanmar diesel engine at 15.0 hp (11 kW), which gives a max speed about 5.6 knots.

The fuel tank which is made of stainless steel has a capacity of 50.0 liters (13 US gallons, 10 imperial gallons).

Sailing characteristics

This section covers widely used rules of thumb to describe the sailing characteristics. Please note that even though the calculations are correct, the interpretation of the results might not be valid for extreme boats.

What is Capsize Screening Formula (CSF)?

The capsize screening value for X-95 is 2.18, indicating that this boat would not be accepted to participate in ocean races.

What is Theoretical Maximum Hull Speed?

The theoretical maximal speed of a displacement boat of this length is 7.0 knots. The term "Theoretical Maximum Hull Speed" is widely used even though a boat can sail faster. The term shall be interpreted as above the theoretical speed a great additional power is necessary for a small gain in speed.

The immersion rate is defined as the weight required to sink the boat a certain level. The immersion rate for X-95 is about 181 kg/cm, alternatively 1014 lbs/inch. Meaning: if you load 181 kg cargo on the boat then it will sink 1 cm. Alternatively, if you load 1014 lbs cargo on the boat it will sink 1 inch.

Sailing statistics

This section is statistical comparison with similar boats of the same category. The basis of the following statistical computations is our unique database with more than 26,000 different boat types and 350,000 data points.

What is Motion Comfort Ratio (MCR)?

What is L/B (Length Beam Ratio)?

What is a Ballast Ratio?

What is Displacement Length Ratio?

What is SA/D (Sail Area Displacement ratio)?

What is Relative Speed Performance?

Maintenance

When buying anti-fouling bottom paint, it's nice to know how much to buy. The surface of the wet bottom is about 31m 2 (333 ft 2 ). Based on this, your favourite maritime shop can tell you the quantity you need.

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If you need to renew parts of your running rig and is not quite sure of the dimensions, you may find the estimates computed below useful.

UsageLengthDiameter
Mainsail halyard 30.1 m(98.6 feet)10 mm(3/8 inch)
Jib/genoa halyard30.1 m(98.6 feet)10 mm(3/8 inch)
Spinnaker halyard30.1 m(98.6 feet)10 mm(3/8 inch)
Jib sheet 9.2 m(30.3 feet)12 mm(1/2 inch)
Genoa sheet9.2 m(30.3 feet)12 mm(1/2 inch)
Mainsheet 23.1 m(75.8 feet)12 mm(1/2 inch)
Spinnaker sheet20.3 m(66.7 feet)12 mm(1/2 inch)
Cunningham4.3 m(14.1 feet)10 mm(3/8 inch)
Kickingstrap8.6 m(28.2 feet)10 mm(3/8 inch)
Clew-outhaul8.6 m(28.2 feet)10 mm(3/8 inch)
UsageLengthDiameter
Mainsail halyard 30.0 m(98.5 feet)10 mm(3/8 inch)
Jib/genoa halyard30.0 m(98.5 feet)10 mm(3/8 inch)
Spinnaker halyard30.0 m(98.5 feet)10 mm(3/8 inch)
Jib sheet 9.2 m(30.3 feet)12 mm(1/2 inch)
Genoa sheet9.2 m(30.3 feet)12 mm(1/2 inch)
Mainsheet 23.1 m(75.8 feet)12 mm(1/2 inch)
Spinnaker sheet20.3 m(66.7 feet)12 mm(1/2 inch)
Cunningham4.3 m(14.1 feet)10 mm(3/8 inch)
Kickingstrap8.6 m(28.2 feet)10 mm(3/8 inch)
Clew-outhaul8.6 m(28.2 feet)10 mm(3/8 inch)

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Princess Yachts X95

Characterised by beautifully sculpted surfaces and long flowing lines, the X95 defines a striking design language for this new Class. Both her flybridge and main deck cover almost the full length of the yacht, delivering expansive spaces with flexibility that enables you to define each journey around your guests’ preferences. With a fuel capacity of 13,400 litres, the X95 has the range for far-reaching, adventurous voyages.

Experience space akin to a megayacht as you enter her main deck saloon and witness a line of sight right through to the forward window. Ascend the internal staircase to the upper deck and another unique experience awaits: a fully enclosed and climate controlled Sky Lounge. Taking pride of place on her lower deck is the full beam Master Stateroom with en suite, complemented by her Forward Stateroom with walk-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom. Additional port and starboard guest cabins can each be configured with two single beds or one double bed, whilst generous crew quarters complete her extensive accommodation.

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Specification

Principal dimensions.

Length overall (incl. pulpit)

80ft 4in (24.48m)

Length overall (excl. pulpit)

78ft 10in (24.03m)

18ft 11in (5.76m)

5ft 4in (1.62m)

Displacement

approx.53,605kg (118,179lbs)*

Fuel capacity

1,320 gal/1,585 US gal/6,000l

Water capacity (incl. calorifier)

297 gal/356 US gal/1,350l

Twin MAN V12-1900 (2 x 1,900mhp) Speed range: 37-39 knots†

DECK FITTINGS

  • Teak-laid transom platform and stairs, cockpit deck, flybridge, flybridge stairway, side decks and foredeck walkthrough
  • Twin self-stowing 125kg/275lbs Galvanised Kedge anchors with 100m of chain (each)
  • Anchor pockets with automatic anchor launch and retrieve
  • Twin reversible hydraulic anchor winches with dual station controls
  • Twin electric sternline mooring winches
  • Stainless steel cleats, fairleads and handrails
  • Foredeck seating and sunbathing area
  • Storage lockers for ropes, fenders and sunbed cushions
  • Telephone connection point
  • Stern docking lights
  • LED deck level lighting
  • Freshwater deck/anchor wash
  • U-shaped seating with teak dining table
  • Twin transom gates leading to electro-hydraulic transformer bathing platform with foldaway swimming ladder, hot and cold shower
  • Door leading to crew quarters and engine room from side deck
  • Transom doors giving direct access to garage with electro-hydraulic door and manual wetbike launch system (3.05m wetbike)
  • Remote control 5m telescopic passarelle with folding handrail
  • Stern docking control position
  • Cockpit cover
  • Flybridge aft deck area with free standing furniture
  • Dining table with chairs for 8 (10 for 5 cabin layout)
  • Naim Uniti Atom audio system with waterproof speakers
  • Servery unit with sink and tap
  • Optional crane (1000kg SWL)
  • Life raft storage
  • Helm seat with electric adjustment
  • U-shaped seating with table to port
  • Sliding privacy door to Skylounge area
  • Helmsman’s door to side deck and electric opening window to port
  • Full engine instrumentation including fuel gauges, exhaust temperature, fuel contamination alarms and rudder position indicator
  • Navigation system including colour radar, GPS and chartplotter (3 displays), VHF/RT, speed and distance log, echo sounder with alarm, autopilot and high speed magnetic compass
  • Controls for bow thruster, windscreen wipers, bilge pump and trim tabs (with indicator)
  • CCTV to engine room and cockpit
  • Intercom to galley and crew area
  • Automatic foghorn with loudhailer
  • 24v and 240v control panel
  • Red night lighting
  • Toughened glass screen (clear for night vision)
  • Stainless steel framed sliding doors to aft deck
  • L-shaped seating area with coffee table
  • Entertainment centre incorporating 55” 4K UHD LED TV on electric raise/lower mechanism and DVD BLU-ray system with Naim audio system
  • Sideboard unit with bottle and glass storage and refrigerator
  • Glazed roof panels with powered blinds

DECK SALOON

  • U-shaped seating area with two-seater sofa and coffee table
  • Sofa to starboard with storage below
  • Entertainment centre incorporating 65” 4K UHD LED TV on electric raise/lower mechanism and DVD Blu-ray system with Naim audio system
  • Sideboard unit with bottle and glass storage, refrigerator and icemaker
  • Four armchairs with coffee table on starboard side
  • Access door to side deck
  • Forward dining area incorporating entertainment unit with Naim audio system
  • 5-zone induction hob
  • Conventional oven
  • Microwave oven with grill
  • Island unit with twin stainless steel sink and dishwasher
  • Twin full height refrigerator with freezer drawers
  • Storage lockers, cupboards and drawers

ACCOMMODATION

  • All cabins and bathrooms feature opening portholes and air conditioning outlets
  • All cabins feature 220/240v power points
  • All mattresses pocket sprung
  • All bathrooms feature full shower stalls, electric freshwater toilets, extractor fan and 240v shaver points

OWNERS STATEROOM

  • Large double bed with bedside tables and drawers below
  • Dressing area with wardrobes with hanging and drawer storage
  • Dressing table with chair
  • Occasional table with two-seater sofa
  • Built-in safe
  • 55” 4K UHD LED TV, DVD Blu-ray system with Naim audio system
  • En suite bathroom with heated towel rail

FORWARD STATEROOM

  • Large double bed with drawers below
  • Walk-in wardrobe with shelves
  • 40” UHD LED TV with Naim audio system
  • En suite bathroom

STARBOARD GUEST CABIN

  • Two single beds with drawers below (with the option of powered conversion to double)
  • Bedside table with storage
  • Wardrobe with shelves

PORT GUEST CABIN

Lower accommodation lobby.

  • The lobby area has a full-height storage cupboard with the option of fitting an additional washer/dryer

CREW QUARTERS

  • Captain’s cabin with single bed, wardrobe and storage lockers
  • Crew cabin with two single beds, wardrobe and storage lockers
  • Bathroom with separate stall shower, electric freshwater toilet and washbasin
  • Crew mess with microwave oven, sink, refrigerator and washing machine with separate dryer
  • Access to engine room

INTERIOR FINISH

  • Furniture in Rovere Oak with satin or high gloss finish. Walnut or Alba Oak available as an option
  • All guest bathroom worktops and floors in choice of marble, granite or quartz
  • Galley worktops in choice of granite or quartz
  • Choice of high quality carpet and upholstery fabric from extensive range
  • Curtains, blinds or sunscreens to all windows and portholes
  • Timber-laid galley and wheelhouse floors

POWER AND DRIVE SYSTEMS

  • 5-bladed propellers in nickel aluminium bronze
  • Bow thruster (550kgf/1210lbf)
  • Power-assisted electro-hydraulic steering system with hydraulic back-up
  • Electronic engine and gear shift control system
  • Dripless shaft seals
  • Engine room extractor fan with electronic time delay

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

  • 4 x heavy duty batteries for engine starting
  • 6 x heavy duty auxiliary batteries
  • Battery link facility with remote control at helm position
  • 2 x 100-amp battery charger charges both banks of batteries via an automatic switch charging system
  • Remote battery master switches with control switch at main panel
  • LED lighting throughout

220/240 Volt:

  • 2 x 40kW diesel generator with own sound shield with water cooled and specially silenced exhaust
  • Three phase and one single phase shore support inlet
  • Earth leakage safety trip, polarity check system, circuit breaker on all circuits
  • Power points in all areas

FUEL SYSTEM<

  • Main fuel tank (NS8 marine grade alloy) giving 2948 gal/3540 US gal/13400l capacity
  • Fuel fillers on port and starboard side decks
  • High capacity duplex fuel filters/water traps with audible and visual fuel contamination warning
  • Remote fuel cocks in cockpit locker

WATER SYSTEM

  • Water tanks giving 351 gal/421 US gal/1595l capacity plus 45 gal/54 Us gal/205l hot water calorifier
  • Water level gauge
  • Electric freshwater WC system with 720l holding tank

AIR CONDITIONING

  • 342,000Btu chilled water system with outlets in all accommodation areas and incorporating reverse cycle heating with linked windscreen de-mist system. Suitable for tropical conditions (40 degrees C)

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

  • Automatic/manual override fire extinguishers in engine room with warning system at helm position and incorporating engine air vent closure system
  • Hand-operated fire extinguishers in all cabins, galley, crew and flybridge

BILGE PUMPS

  • Automatic/manual electric bilge pumps
  • High-capacity manual bilge pumps with valve system and suction points in same areas

OTHER ITEMS SUPPLIED AS STANDARD

  • Set of cutlery, crockery and glasses (8)
  • Set of towels (8 large, 8 small)
  • Ensign staff
  • Fenders (8) and warps (4)
  • First aid kit
  • Set of manuals

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Seller's Description

After 22 years of memorable Sailing adventures, time has come for us to move on and sell our much enjoyed Xenia.

She is a 1984 X-Yacht X-95, hull #78 and for a bit of history she is the first X-yacht ever imported in the US.

She has been very well kept and comes with many extras.

Located in 3 Mile Harbor, East Hampton, NY and priced to sell.

If you know of anyone looking for a fast boat to either race or cruise please let me know

Equipment: She comes with the following: - Garmin GNX wireless Sail Pack - Furuno GPS - Standard Horizon VHF and portable VHF - Solar Panels 2x50W - Solar Charge Controller - Inverter 1200W - Auto pilot Simard 22TP (with spare TP20) -Tides marine mainsail Track system - Asymmetrical Spinnaker (Doyle) - Main and Jib (both Doyle) in good condition, Jib UV band needs attention. - Furlex Roller Furler - Mainsail Sheet upgraded to German system - Fortress Anchor with 60Ft chain and 100ft Rope - 2 Blade folding Prop - Yanmar 2GM, 13HP with new Gear shifter - 2 water tanks - 1 holding tank with new macerator pump - Dodger and Bimini with new canvas - Origo 3000 2 burner Alcohol stove top - 2 sinks - 2 large berth aft and forward - swim platform

Rig and Sails

Auxilary power, accomodations, calculations.

The theoretical maximum speed that a displacement hull can move efficiently through the water is determined by it's waterline length and displacement. It may be unable to reach this speed if the boat is underpowered or heavily loaded, though it may exceed this speed given enough power. Read more.

Classic hull speed formula:

Hull Speed = 1.34 x √LWL

Max Speed/Length ratio = 8.26 ÷ Displacement/Length ratio .311 Hull Speed = Max Speed/Length ratio x √LWL

Sail Area / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the power of the sails relative to the weight of the boat. The higher the number, the higher the performance, but the harder the boat will be to handle. This ratio is a "non-dimensional" value that facilitates comparisons between boats of different types and sizes. Read more.

SA/D = SA ÷ (D ÷ 64) 2/3

  • SA : Sail area in square feet, derived by adding the mainsail area to 100% of the foretriangle area (the lateral area above the deck between the mast and the forestay).
  • D : Displacement in pounds.

Ballast / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the stability of a boat's hull that suggests how well a monohull will stand up to its sails. The ballast displacement ratio indicates how much of the weight of a boat is placed for maximum stability against capsizing and is an indicator of stiffness and resistance to capsize.

Ballast / Displacement * 100

Displacement / Length Ratio

A measure of the weight of the boat relative to it's length at the waterline. The higher a boat’s D/L ratio, the more easily it will carry a load and the more comfortable its motion will be. The lower a boat's ratio is, the less power it takes to drive the boat to its nominal hull speed or beyond. Read more.

D/L = (D ÷ 2240) ÷ (0.01 x LWL)³

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds.
  • LWL: Waterline length in feet

Comfort Ratio

This ratio assess how quickly and abruptly a boat’s hull reacts to waves in a significant seaway, these being the elements of a boat’s motion most likely to cause seasickness. Read more.

Comfort ratio = D ÷ (.65 x (.7 LWL + .3 LOA) x Beam 1.33 )

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds
  • LOA: Length overall in feet
  • Beam: Width of boat at the widest point in feet

Capsize Screening Formula

This formula attempts to indicate whether a given boat might be too wide and light to readily right itself after being overturned in extreme conditions. Read more.

CSV = Beam ÷ ³√(D / 64)

IOR 1/2 ton. Available with a taller rig. I(IG): 38.60’ / 11.77m J: 10.50’ / 3.20m P: 41.90’ / 12.77m E: 14.25’ / 4.34m

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Photos, videos show impact of Hurricane Beryl in Texas

Hurricane Beryl is bringing damaging winds and flooding rainfall to Houston, Texas, hours after making landfall along the Texas coast around 4:30 a.m. July 8. The Category 1 storm is the second named storm and first hurricane of the 2024 Atlantic hurricane season.

As expected,  Beryl strengthened as it approached the coast . By the time it made landfall near Matagorda, winds had increased to 80 mph, according to  the National Hurricane Center .

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As of 7 a.m. CDT, Beryl was bringing life-threatening storm surge and strong winds as it moves over eastern Texas. Damaging winds are ongoing along the coast, with strong winds moving inland.

Sustained winds remain at 80 mph as Beryl moves to the north at 12 mph. At 10 a.m. EDT, Beryl was located 20 miles west of Houston, with the center of the storm about 150 miles southeast of Austin.

Sunrise in Matagorda was at 6:33 a.m. CDT. When conditions are safe, photos and videos of the damage Beryl left behind will be available. We'll update this story throughout the day, but here are images that have been shared so far on social media.

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Special note about spaghetti models:  Illustrations include an array of forecast tools and models, and not all are created equal. The Hurricane Center uses only the top four or five highest performing models to help make its forecasts.

Track Beryl to see latest forecast path

Here's the most current forecast path of Beryl as it moves north. It made landfall early this morning as a Category 1 hurricane near Matagorda, Texas, with 80-mph winds.

Elon Musk mocks Mark Zuckerberg's big hydrofoil swag moment, says he prefers to work instead of having fun on yachts

  • Elon Musk has weighed in on Mark Zuckerberg's latest viral stunt.
  • The Meta CEO posted a video of himself hydrofoiling while wearing a tuxedo. Musk wasn't impressed.
  • "May he continue to have fun on his yachts. I prefer to work," Musk said of the video.

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Mark Zuckerberg may have wowed his fans with a badass video of himself hydrofoiling on Independence Day, but Elon Musk certainly doesn't seem impressed.

"May he continue to have fun on his yachts. I prefer to work," Musk wrote in an X post in response to the video .

Zuckerberg went viral on Thursday after he posted a video of himself surfing on a hydrofoil to Facebook and Instagram. In the clip, the Meta CEO can be seen waving an American flag and taking sips from a can of beer, all while dressed to the nines in a tuxedo.

"Happy birthday, America!" Zuckerberg captioned his post.

Representatives for Musk and Zuckerberg didn't immediately respond to requests for comment from BI sent outside regular business hours.

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This, of course, isn't the first time Musk has thrown shade at his tech-world nemesis.

In June 2023, Musk challenged Zuckerberg to a cage match following reports that said Meta was building an X rival .

Zuckerberg initially agreed to the request but brushed aside the proposal after months of back and forth. Musk, however, hasn't forgotten about the fight.

"If only Zuckerberg were as tough (sigh). I've offered to fight him any place, any time, any rules, but all I hear is crickets," Musk said in an X post on May 15, a day after Zuckerberg celebrated his 40th birthday .

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Zuckerberg isn't the only yacht-owning billionaire that Musk has accused of being a slouch.

In 2021, Musk made a similar remark about his fellow space baron, Jeff Bezos . The SpaceX CEO told the Financial Times in an interview then that Bezos should spend more time on his rocket company, Blue Origin.

"As a friend of mine says, he should spend more time at Blue Origin and less time in the hot tub," Musk told the outlet.

Bezos, it seems, paid no mind to Musk's zinger and has gone on to enjoy some hot yacht summers.

To be sure, Musk is no stranger to yachts.

In July 2022, he was seen lounging on a yacht in Mykonos, Greece, with Endeavor CEO Ari Emanuel and his fashion designer wife, Sarah Staudinger.

Haha damn, maybe I should take off my shirt more often … free the nip!! (already back in the factory btw) — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 18, 2022

"Haha damn, maybe I should take off my shirt more often … free the nip!! (already back in the factory btw)," Musk wrote in an X post on July 18, 2022.

That getaway was a rare moment for Musk, who's famously said that he hates taking vacations.

Musk once came close to dying in 2000 when he contracted malaria while vacationing in South Africa.

Musk said the trip, which he took after Peter Thiel ousted him as PayPal CEO, was his first real vacation from work. Musk was booted from PayPal while on his honeymoon with his first wife, Justine Musk, a few months earlier. "In the last 12 years, I only tried to take a week off twice," he said in 2015 . "The first time I took a week off, the Orbital Sciences rocket exploded, and Richard Branson's rocket exploded in that same week."

"The second time I took a week off, my rocket exploded ," Musk said.

"The lesson here is, don't take a week off," he added.

Watch: How Elon Musk makes and spends his billions

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