Kohuba, which is part of the Princess M Class range, will be showcasing alongside other models from the luxury yacht builder.

Kohuba is the first of the Princess 30M range to be delivered, arriving in Malta in January.

The superyacht was officially launched at Boot Dusseldorf, where she was the largest vessel on display.

Now, Kohuba is gracing the Palma Boat Show, which starts today, Friday 28 April. It is hoped the yacht’s appearance will set the tone for another successful show for the Plymouth-based company.

Showing alongside the Princess 30M will be the Princess 72, Princess V48 Open, all-new Princess S65 and V58 Open.

See pictures of Kohuba’s arrival in Malta below

The Princess 30M has been designed by Olesinski and the Princess Design Studio who have created a yacht with light and space.

Inside, the main deck master suite has a unique reverse cabin layout – a first for the M Class range. The stateroom is bathed in natural light which pours in from the wide sweeping windows and expansive skylight. The en suite has a walk-in shower, twin sinks and granite or marble finish.

With free standing or fixed furniture, the saloon can be laid out to make the most of the space. A drop-down balcony can also be specified.

Guest accommodation on the lower deck includes a choice of either three cabins with a full-beam VIP or four double cabins, two of which can be converted to twins.

The captain and four crew sleep forward on the lower deck. Sea level deck space includes a hydraulic bathing platform adjacent to the garage which is large enough for a 4.5 metre tender.

There is also an expansive flybridge, offering guests the ideal area to relax, sunbathe and entertain at the bar.

The vessel is powered by twin MTU 16V 2000 M94 engines.