The Princess 33 (Y hull) is a well regarded sea boat with good economy and sensible cruising speed thanks to its semi-displacement hull. This well presented example has twin Ford Mermaid 130hp diesel engines which had a professional complete strip down and re-build in 2014. 2014 survey available. She is presented in good order and must be inspected.
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The Princess 33 layout offers up to six berths in three cabins with good headroom throughout.
FORWARD CABIN: Large V berth with infill, two hanging lockers, storage lockers and opening hatch to deck.
HEADS COMPARTMENT: Separate heads to starboard with Lavac marine toilet recently fitted, washbasin, shower and stowage.
GALLEY AND LOWER DINETTE: L-shaped galley equipped with Flavel Vanessa 2-burner gas cooker with grill and oven, front opening refrigerator, stainless steel sink with draining board and ample stowage space. The dinette opposite to port has a table which drops to form a double berth when required and excellent storage in various lockers. Steps lead up to main saloon.
WHEELHOUSE SALOON: Folding chart table to port with helm position forward equipped with full engine instrumentation. Settee to starboard which converts in to a double berth.
GENERAL EQUIPMENT: Hot and cold pressurised water system via a calorifier (engine or 240V immersion heating). Red/Blue upholstery. Carpets. Curtains throughout. Philips radio stereo system. Eberspacher diesel fired central heating system.
EXTERNAL SPACE: The large aft cockpit has wrap around bench seating with fitted removable vinyl seating and a large lazarette locker provides excellent stowage.
Located under wheelhouse sole, 2 x Ford Mermaid 130 hp Turbocharged 4-cylinder marine diesel engines. 1976 engines. Freshwater cooled via heat exchangers. Dual single lever controls with electric start. Full engine instrumentation. Twin shaft drives powering 3-bladed propellers. Vetus wheel steering to twin rudders. The engines give a cruising speed of some 14 knots with a maximum speed of some 18 knots, depending on loading and fouling. Total engine hours are unknown but few have been completed since re-build.
THE ENGINES HAD A COMPLETE PROFESSIONAL STRIP DOWN AND RE-BUILD IN 2014. Details available on request.
4 x 12v (2014 batteries) Batteries charged via engine alternators. New battery monitor system. Galvanic isolator fitted. Shore power system with ring mains, immersion heater and battery charger. Full cabin lighting.
Princess 33 built in 1976 by Marine projects to a John Bennett design. White GRP hull with Y type semi displacement profile. Alloy and rubber rubbing strakes. White superstructure and decks with moulded non-slip surfaces. Self draining aft cockpit. Midship cleats. Alloy framed windows. Alloy coach roof grab handles. Two windscreen wipers. Double doors from cockpit to saloon.
The company normally acts as 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 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 and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part.