For sale, 1987 Princess 30DS Fly Bridge. A very well presented example of this popular fly bridge cruiser with twin V6 petrol 175hp engines. A huge aft cockpit and a spacious and light saloon.. Accommodation for 6 in three separate areas.
Engines Twin Volvo Penta AQ175A (2 x 170hp Petrol V6 Sterndrives)
Engine Hours 502
Lighting 12v & 240v
Builders Marine Projects (Plymouth) Ltd
L.O.A. 32ft 9.75m
Beam 11ft 3.35m
Draft 3ft 0.91m
Fuel Capacity 2 x 60 gallons (2 x 272L)
Water Capacity 60 gallon (272L)
WC Brand new (unused) Chemical Toilet.
Front cabin with hanging lockers, sleeps 2
Middle Dinette/Galley sleeps 2
Saloon has 2 single berths
Gas cooker with two rings, oven and grill.
Hydraulic Trim Tabs
Electric Anchor Winch with self stowing roller
Delta Anchor with 30m chain and 50m rope
Febders x 8
Fire Extinguishers x 3
Last engine service 2015 by Hands On Marine at Sawley Marina
Last drive service 2015 by Lindon Lewis at Shepperton
Last lift & antifoul 2015 at Shepperton Marina.
Last survey 17th July 2015 by Hands On Marine - Copy available from owner.
No reports of osmosis.
Boat Safety Certificate valid until 10th July 2018
Purchased by the present owner from Abingdon, Oxon in 2012 and transported to Sawley.
Moved by road to Shepperton Marina in 2015.
No known defects to the owners knowledge, the vessel has been maintained by Lindon Lewis Marine at Shepperton to keep it in top condition.
Now being sold as the owner's wife has talked him into buying a chalet!
We are pleased to be able to offer discounted moorings for the first year at Shepperton Marina for all boats purchased through our Boat Showrooms brokerage office.
For this boat an annual mooring with power would be £3608.55 including VAT and the discount, saving £352.95!
The company normally only acts as a broker for the Vendor who, unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute as a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate, and at his own expense, to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey.