The Jeanneau Prestige 32 is a luxurious cruising yacht from the Jeanneau Prestige Flybridge range. With her classic design features and the powerful twin Volvo Peta engines, high performance and optimum comfort go hand in hand with the Prestige 32. She has a large swim platform, extra-wide port-side side-deck and an excellent flybridge area which provides exceptional comfort and great entertainment areas for you and your guests with cruising pleasure enhanced all round.
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A Jeanneau Prestige 32 built by Jeanneau Prestige and commissioned in May 2005
GRP Hull, deck, flybridge and superstructure.
CE Cat B
Copper coated 2019
Fitted with twin Volvo Penta KAD 300 engines
(2300077441 & 2300077392)
Sea water cooling
Fuel consumption approx 6-12 GPH
*last serviced October 2019*
Trim tabs & bow thruster
3 x 12v batteries (90AH)
Charged via engine alternator or 240 battery charger.
Shore power & cable
2 x fuel tanks (320 gallon capacity)
1 x water tank (100 gallon capacity)
ST60 Speed Log, Echo Sounder Interfaced on Flybridge (2005)
Raymarine C120 GPS (2005)
Raymarine Plotter (2005)
Raymarine Radar (2005)
Raymarine VHF (2005)
2 x Life jackets
3 x Manual fire extinguishers (new in 2012)
2 x Automatic fire extinguishers (new in 2012)
3 x shore power cables various lengths
1 x Manual bilge pump
2 x Electric bilge pumps
Various mooring warps
Sunbed cushions for foredeck
External window covers (unused)
Cutlery & Crockery
LED lighting throughout
Ultra-modern Fusion Sound System worth over £2000.
A 6 berth, two cabin layout, one forward double cabin and one double aft cabin with hanging storage space.
A spacious saloon area on deck fitted with a cream faux leather upholstery with room for and additional two berths. Twin seating area at the helm position.
To starboard is a u-shape galley fitted with a 3 burner diesel gas cooker, microwave, fridge and sink.
Heads compartment to port with 1 Jabsco heads, hand basin and shower. Hot and old pressurised water.
In the flybridge area is another twin helm seating position with some of the navigation equipment repeated, and a table central to the sunlounging area.