Princess of Wales


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One of only 2 constructed in cold moulded mahogany.
Twin Ford 4 cylinder diesels in walk through layout.approx 1200 hrs.

  • 5 Berths, Raritan Lectra vaccuumWC and wash facilities forward.
  • Wheelhouse extended aft to provide saloon / dining area.
  • Condor remote anchoring system with chain depth recorder.
  • Radar and plotter.
  • Ray430 loud hailer.
  • Ray ST50 autopilot.
  • ICS Navtex.
  • Stowe Seamarshall echo-sounder.
  • trimble navigator.
  • sealarm
  • 2 everclear windows.
  • new battery management system.
  • hold and cold water.

Owner has full documented history and pictures with Princess Diana at the naming ceremony and on board.

Lot of money spent on this boat.