|Type||Bateau à moteur|
|Matériau de la coque||Fibre de verre|
|Location||Dereham, Norfolk, Royaume-Uni|
|Longueur Hors Tout||10.06 m|
|Type de moteur||Inbord|
|Modèle de moteur||Twin Volvo AQD32 106hp|
|Réservoirs eau noire||1 x 50 gal|
|Forme de la coque||autre|
ABOUT THIS BOAT!
This 1979 Princess 33 Mark 1 has been meticulously maintained over recent years by its current owner and provides an excellent family boat with up to 6 berths. However its not only useable for inland cruising but also a good capable coastal boat should you wish to take on the high seas. The boat has been well serviced and maintained throughout the ownership and inside you’ll find a beautifully fitted out boat in a classic wooden interior. This boat is well worth a look and is ready for it’s summer fun!
Fresh Water tank
Builder: Marine Projects
Hull Construction: Deep Vee hull
Hull Colour: White
Hull Type: GRP
Deck Colour: White
Super Structure Colour: White
Twin Engine AQD32 106hp
Forward cabin has two V-berths which with an infill convert to a double berth, storage is found under the berth and in hanging lockers. The dinette (which has recently enjoyed the benefit of new covers in a beautiful blue and gold design) will up to 6 people and will drop down to make a good sized double. Opposite is the heads with shower and wash basin. The toilet will pump either over board or into a holding tank.
The galley is neatly tucked between the dinette and the saloon and has ample locker space. Inventory includes a gas oven and hob, fridge freezer (2017), plenty of storage for cutlery and tableware.
Stepping up to the helm which offers a single helm position complete full instrumentation. The saloon has seating to starboard which converts to a double berth.
A sliding patio door opens to the cockpit with lockers either side, access to large lazarette locker, rear and side steps to the bathing platform and a ladder up to the flybridge. The flybridge has seating for two with further helm controls and instrumentation.
New Refrigerator (2017)
240V shore power
New 240v fuse box
Mains battery charger
Nasa speed and depth log
Garmin GPS/ fish finder
2 x VHF outlets
New domestic batteries (2017)
New Engines batteries (2018)
New Carpets and Cushions (2017)
Boat Survey Report (2018)
New Boat Safety Certificate (up to May 2023)
New Water Pump (2018)
New Bilge Pump (2017)
Reconditioned outdrives (Sept 2017)
Hull polished and anti-fouled (Sept 2017)
The boat is moored within Brundall Bay Marina and at an additional cost available until April 2020