Princess 32

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Sold - Dec 16

Princess 32, "Korky Kat"

Boat Length: 32ft 4in (9.86m)
Berths: 5
Year: 1970s
Fuel Type: Diesel

This full canopy single diesel engined Princess 32 is a tidy, well presented example.The reduced air draft enables the boat to navigate under lower bridges.

£15,950.00


Sold - Nov 16

Princess 32, "Naughty Lass"

Boat Length: 31ft 4in (9.55m)
Berths: 5
Year: Believed early 70,s
Fuel Type: Petrol

This Princess 32 has been  refitted by her current owner. The boat has had replacement fuel and water tanks plus refitted galley and appliances.The interior wood work has been modified. The hard top has been lowered to go under Offord bridge

£12,950.00


Sold - May 16

Princess 32, "Tranquillity"

Boat Length: 31ft 4in (9.55m)
Berths: 5
Year: Believed late 70,s
Fuel Type: Petrol

The Princess 32 is a spacious cruiser with a very generous cockpit. This craft has a pleasing interior.

£11,750.00


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Princess 32 Further Reading

This craft was a development of the Project 31 (which in turn is a stretched version of the Elysian 27) with a new, larger superstructure and a modified transom. This model was launched in 1969 and over 2000 were built from the until 1980. The layout is also similar to the Project 31 in having a large cockpit and open-backed wheelhouse and an interior that is basically open plan but with a folding partition to isolate the two V berths forward. Another berth can be found opposite the convertible dinette. The semi-displacement speed of the boat is up to 20 plus knots. The boats interior allowed 5 berths. There were many engine options, all outdriven from single petrol to twin diesel.

Standing headroom in cabin is 6ft 3ins. Length of V berth 6ft.

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Princess 32 Documents and Original Brochures


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