The Princess 33 is a classic John Bennett design that has stood the test of time well. With a practical layout, large deep aft cockpit and wide side decks, they are easy to handle and make excellent family cruisers. This good example has been well cared for and upgraded.
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The accommodation offers up to six berths. In the forecabin, V berth with stowage under. Opening hatch to foredeck. Separate heads compartment to starboard with marine toilet, shower and washbasin. Dinette to port, converting to double berth with galley opposite. Two burner gas cooker with grill and oven. Sink drainer with hot and cold pressurised water system. Refrigerator. Steps up to wheelhouse. Single settee top starboard which converts to a double berth. Helm position to port with full engine and navigation and engine instrumentation. Cabin heater. Radio/CD player. Sliding door to cockpit and steps up to flybridge.
Located under wheelhouse sole, twin Volvo TAMD40A six cylinder 130hp diesel engines. Electric start. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Shaft drive to three balded propellers. Trim tabs. Single lever controls. 600 litre fuel capacity. 11 litre per hour consumption on each engine at 8-10 knot cruising speed. Maximum speed 15 knots. The engines were last serviced in January 2019. Bowthruster.
Built in 1979 by Marine Projects for Princes Yachts to a design by John Bennett. White GRP hull with spray chines. Rubbing strake. White GRP superstructure with moulded non-slip to deck. Flybridge with duplicate controls. Aft self draining cockpit. Twin rudders. Wheel steering. The hull has been epoxied below the waterline.
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