1.1 scale mock ups are now an integral part of how Princess Yachts brings design into reality. In this new five part X95 mock-up series, we share a look into how the design team at Princess utilises these as part of the yacht development process.
For our customers, the full-scale boat models are a reality tour of what life could be like on-board and provides the opportunity to specify fixtures, fittings, materials and colour schemes whilst personally experiencing the expansive space and layout of the yacht.
The X95 mock-up is housed in the 18th century Ropery building at the Princess South Yard site in Plymouth. It was transported to Dusseldorf boat show earlier this year to allow customers to experience the true feeling of the vast space on-board.
Discover more about the X95 mock-up with Paul Mackenzie, Chief Technical Officer at Princess Yachts.
Discover more about the X95 Mock-ups with Principal Creative Designer, Pete Cullum.
“The mock-up is a big part of our process in terms of the design and development of a new vessel… its that little extra 10-20 percent of being able to fine tune a design:
Princess’ full-scale boat models are a reality tour of what life could be like on-board and provides the opportunity to specify fixtures, fittings, materials and colour schemes whilst personally experiencing the expansive space and layout of the yacht.
“Having the mock up at Dusseldorf is quite a surreal experience but it actually fits in well with the products. It explains the story and the lengths that we go to, to produce every boat”
Explore further with Andy Lawrence, Director of Design at Princess Yachts:
“There is nothing that can replicate walking onto a life size mock-up. It is about the absolute finer details and making sure everything is perfectly crafted.”
Discover more about the interior design journey of the X95 with Sarah Verey, Design Consultant at Princess Yachts.
Princess invite you to experience a behind the scenes look at the X95 mock-up featured at Dusseldorf boat show earlier this year. Gain insight into the design of this new class of yacht and its preparation in becoming a world-first exhibit.