Princess 35 Built 1986 launched 1987 Dinette Version. This is the original boat as first tested by Motor Boat & Yachting in December 1986 when she was called 'Racy Lady'. Powered by Twin Ford Mermaid 212hp 6 Cylinder Turbo diesel engines. Viewing recommended.
Loa: 36ft 9in - 11.2m Lwl: 30ft 2in - 9.19m Beam: 12ft 1in - 3.68m Draft: 3ft3in - 0.99m Displacement: 6.3 Tons
Builders: Marine Projects Plymouth Ltd. Designer: Bernard Olesinski.
2 x Ford Mermaid Power Series Turbo diesel inboard engines. Total power: 212hp each engine. 6 x Cylinders. Shaft drives Fuel consumption: approx 14gph at cruising speed. Cruising Speed: approx 18 knots. Maximum speed: approx 24 knots. Engines last serviced November 2018.
Fuel Capacity: 150 Gallons in 2 x 75 Gallon stainless steel tanks. Water Capacity: 80 Gallons.
Hull, Deck and Superstructure are all of GRP. Interior woodwork is of Teak and Teak faced marine ply. Upholstery Floral pattern velour. 2 x Stainless Steel propeller shafts. 2 x Bronze 3 bladed propellers. 2 x Bronze blade rudders. Under hull has been epoxy treated by previous owner (date unknown).
There are 12 volt electrics throughout supplied by 4 x 12v batteries which in turn are charged by the engine alternators. 4 x 12v 110ah batteries plus 1 x 110ah battery for bow thruster. (2015) Battery desulphonator system fitted to each battery bank. 240v shore power supply with inline battery charger (Sterling float charger New) + 2 x extension cables. 240v immersion to calorifier.
There is accommodation to sleep up to 7 persons below decks arrangement from forward. Forward Master cabin has large double berth offset to the Starboard side of cabin with food hanging locker space and ample cupboards. Lower dinette in a 'U' shape is situated to starboard side this converts to a large double berth. Galley is to Port side opposite dinette in an 'L' shaped configuration consists of Cooker with 2 burners oven and grill (gas) double stainless steel sinks, Microwave oven, front opening 12v/240v fridge good work surface area with cupboard space below and plenty of overhead stowage cupboards. Main Saloon has a single settee berth to Starboard and an 'L' shape settee to Port side which has a pull out to convert to a double berth. Large open aft cockpit with seating and large lazarette locker. Please see photos and layout plan provided.
Stainless steel Stemhead Anchor roller. Seawolf Electric Anchor windlass. Danforth Anchor with 40m chain and 20m of warp. Fortress Anchor. Solid Stainless steel hand rails. Opening ports and hatches. Deck mooring cleats and fairleads. Large Lazarette locker in cockpit Bathing platform with snap davit system fitted. Boarding ladder and steps. Flybridge with steps.
4 Man Liferaft Eurovinyl. Fire Blanket. Auto engine fire extinguisher system. 4 x Fire extinguishers. McMurdo EPIRB. Carbon Monoxide & Smoke detector. Searchlight. 4 x Electric Bilge pumps. 1 x Manual whale bilge pump. Horn. Horseshoe lifebelt and holder.
Navigation and Electronics
Full Navigation lighting LED type. 2 x Compasses Furuno Radar. Dual station Depth Sounders. Raymarine Multi Function Display at Flybridge with transponder. Standard Horizon GPS Chart Plotter at lower helm position. Garmin GPS 72. Icom DSC VHF Radio dual stations with GPS feed. Cetrek Autopilot. Clock & Barometer.
Vetus Bow Thruster with joystick control. Eberspacher D4 Central Heating ( recently serviced ) Hot and cold pressurised water system with calorifier and 240v immersion. TV in saloon Stereo Radio CD Player. Hydraulic trim tabs. LED Deck lights. Snap davit system on bathing platform. ( set of Davits not fitted as spare ) Spare Propellers. Flybridge covers Cockpit canopy. Dodgers. Wind screen cover with windows. Winter flybridge cover. Horn. Warps and fenders. Fender baskets. 2 x Boathooks. Many sundry items and spares.
Swimming ladderCockpit coverVhfElectric bilge pumpHeatingBattery chargerCompassAutopilotGpsShore power inletRefrigeratorPlotterHot waterDavitsMarine headCockpit cushionsBow thrusterManual bilge pumpMicrowave ovenRadarOvenIn this case we are acting as brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and / or to have an engine trial conducted, which if carried out by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part. Note to seller and purchaser: If the boat you are selling or purchasing is registered, please ensure that the registration is completed after the sale of the boat. If the purchaser wishes to cancel the registration is the duty of the seller to contact the Registry and inform them that the registration is to be cancelled. If the purchaser wishes to continue with the registration, it is the duty of the purchaser to complete the relevant forms and post off the bill of sale to the Registrar.
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