This 1978 Princess 33 Mk1 is in really lovely condition and is powered by twin 2010 Vetus 65hp diesel engines with only 80 hours on the clocks. A full refit was carried out by her Boatyard owner in 2010. Her inventory includes, five berths, marine W.C., hot water, colour chart-plotter, davits, hydraulic steering, manual windlass and more. She is a classic and viewing is recommended.
GRP hull, wheelhouse and deck.
She is the deep Vee version so is ideal for both coastal and inland cruising.
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardrails
Manual Anchor windlass
Anchor, chain and warp
Mooring Lines and fenders
Mooring cleats forward, amidships and aft
Numerous grab rails
Large self draining cockpit with sliding door that lead into the wheelhouse/saloon
"Dek-King" synthetic teak side decks and cockpit sole
Trim Tabs (not working)
Swim platform with swim ladder
2 x Lifebuoys
Rewired in 2010
2019 Engine Batteries x 2
2019 Domestic Battery
Raymarine 120 Colour chart-plotter/fishfinder (2010)
Raymarine Ray 55 DSC VHF (2010)
JVC Radio/CD Player
Forward Cabin V berth with infill, hanging locker, shelves, opening deck hatch, storage under the berth
Heads compartment to starboard with marine w.c., wash hand basin, shower (hot) and opening porthole
Dinette to port with a saloon table that can drop to convert to a double berth. Slide open window and plenty of storage room.
Galley opposite to starboard with a stainless steel sink, hot water, two burner gas cooker, storage lockers and opening window.
Wheelhouse/saloon with a swivel helm seat to port and settee/single berth to starboard, opening windows and plenty of storage space.
4 x Electric bilge pump
1 x Manual bilge pump
2 x Lifebuoys
Major refit carried out in 2010 including new engines, reconditioned Volvo stern-drives, interior furnishings, electrical, electronics, plumbing etc.
Manifolds and fuel pumps were changed which in turn give the engines a rating of 80hp
2010 Electric windscreen wipers
Fuel tank cleaned out in 2010
Engines will have a complete service carried out for the 2019 season including timing belts and out-drive seals.
Lovingly restored by her present owner and only used by him for a couple of seasons. She has been ashore for the last six years but the engines have been run up every year. She really is a credit to the owner and viewing is a must!!