Cape Town |
Fractional Yacht Ownership in South Africa
The Victoria and Alfred waterfront is described as Africa’s most celebrated playground.
Being as far south as we in Europe is north of the equator it has the exact opposite seasons and weather to those in northern Europe, making Cape Town the perfect winter boating destination.
One can power cruise in the Langebaan Lagoon, or anywhere between False Bay and the wonderful Clifton Beach.
Marine life is in absolute abundance with whale watching and shark dives a very realistic yet breathtaking experience.
LOA: 84 ft 5 in Beam: 20 ft 0 in Dry Weight: 153350 lbs
Total Power: 4000 HP Engine 1 Engine Brand: MTU Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 700 Engine Power: 2000 HP Engine 2 Engine Brand: MTU Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 700 Engine Power: 2000 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (330 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: (1850 Gallons)
Number of twin berths: 2 Number of double berths: 2 Number of cabins: 4 Number of bathrooms: 4 Seating Capacity: 14
Sea water pump Battery charger Air compressor Electric head Dishwasher Microwave oven Refrigerator Heating Hot water Fresh water maker Air conditioning Washing machine Chemical head Oven Electric bilge pump Manual bilge pump Deep freezer Bow thruster Marine head Stern thruster
Shore power inlet Generator Inverter
Liferaft Teak sidedecks Cockpit table Outboard engine brackets Tender Swimming ladder Davits Cockpit cushions Cockpit shower Hydraulic gangway Radar reflector Gangway
Self draining cockpit Upholstered seating aft Deck lighting Stainless steel handrails Remote control 4.0m telescopic passerelle with lights and folding handrail Table and five chairs Mooring control position (comprising engine controls, bow thruster controls, remote rudder control and anchor control) Access to remote fuel cocks for engines and generator and engine air vent closure system Large storage locker on port side Twin doors to bathing platform Access door to engine room (from side deck) All cabins and en-suites feature opening and/or fixed portholes and 240v power points All en-suites feature freshwater Vacuflush toilets with holding tanks, 240v shaver points and marble floors (except crew cabin) Curtains, blinds or sunscreens to all windows and portholes DECK SALOON U shaped seating area to port Coffee table Twin upholstered sofa stools Fully integrated audio visual system incorporating 42? plasma TV, home cinema (surround sound) amplifier/tuner, DVD and multi disc CD player Starboard sideboard unit containing drinks refrigerator, bottle and glassware storage Triple panoramic tinted toughened glass windows port and starboard Opening drop window to cockpit Stainless steel framed cockpit door Overhead and concealed lighting with dimmer (24v) Blinds and/or curtains to all doors and windows Telephone point 24v:4 x heavy duty batteries (105 Ah) for engine starting 6 x heavy duty auxiliary batteries Additional battery bank for generators Engine alternators charge both banks of batteries via blocking diodes 2 x 100amp 24v float battery chargers for domestic batteries 5 amp float charger for start batteries Remote battery isolator control switches at main switch panel position Circuit breakers on all circuits 24v to 12v converters for certain navigation and radio circuits 24v to 240v/50Hz converter (3000w) Galvanic isolation system. 220/240volt: 2 x 22.5kW (50 Hz) diesel generators in own sound shields, water cooled and with specially silenced exhaust systems and with remote operation from main control panel 2 x 50amp shore support inlets with Glendinning cable system (15m/50ft each) Shore power/ generator change over control operated from main control panel Polarity check system Earth leakage safety trip, circuit breakers on all circuits Power points (240v) in all cabins and living areas, helm position, galley and utility area. 204v shaver points in washrooms 4 x 2kW immersion heaters for fresh water Granite or similar work surfaces and timber floor Four ring ceramic hob Microwave/conventional oven with grill Full size refrigerator and deepfreeze with inbuilt icemaker Twin stainless steel sinks Dishwasher Trash compactor High and low level storage cupboards and drawers Extractor fan Venetian blinds/curtains to windows Cutlery storage Access door to side deck (electrically operated) Opening bulkhead section to dining area Door access to wheelhouse and dining area Automatic engine room fire extinguisher system (with manual override) and warning system at both helm positions providing automatic shutdown of engines, generators and ventilation fans Automatically operated engine room air shutoff system Hand operated fire extinguishers in: – all staterooms – galley – lower helm position – crew quarters Separate automatic extinguisher in electrical space Raw water temperature warning lights and buzzers at both helm positions 5 bladed propellers in nickel aluminium bronze Hydraulic bow thruster Engine room lighting Engine room access door from side deck Electronic engine and gear shift control systems Power assisted hydraulic steering system with twin engine pumps Dual station electric trim tabs with indicators Engine driven hydraulic pump for bow thruster and anchor winches Teak-laid transom platform, cockpit deck, stairway to flybridge Twin Delta anchors (63 kg each) with 100m of chain each Deck chain stoppers (stainless steel) Twin hydraulic anchor winches with rope capstans with foredeck and triple station operation Anchor wash/deck wash facility with fore deck and aft deck outlets Twin stemhead rollers with automatic anchor launch and self stowing facility Two mooring bollards forward with rope fairleads Two sets of spring cleats Stern line mooring winches port and starboard (24v) Two stern mooring cleats and fairleads Two stern electric capstans (24v) for rope handling Two bathing platform cleats All cleats and bollards in stainless steel Coachroof sunbed recess with cushions and storage facility Coachroof storage locker for fenders and rope Foredeck upholstered bench seat Stainless steel pulpit side stanchions and guardrails mounted on bulwarks with teak capping Grabrails on forward coachroof and canopy Navigation lights and riding light Dual station remote control searchlight Stern mooring lights (2) Twin 240v shore-power inlets each with 15m (50ft) self stowing cables (Glendinning system) Fuel fillers port and starboard side with water filler on port aft side Twin horns Flybridge davit crane (600kg) Flybridge liferaft locker for one 12 man or two 8 man liferafts Dockside water and telephone connections Stern lazarette with electro-hydraulic door containing pull out carriage for wet bike Swimming ladder with automatic launch and retrieve Transom shower
Dual station instrument controls including fuel gauges (see Lower Helm position) Helm position with hydraulically raised instrument console Power assisted hydraulic steering with adjustable wheel Visual and audible warning system for bilge pumps, engine room fire extinguishers, fuel filters, exhaust temperatures and engine oil pressure and water temperature Adjustable helm seat plus double forward facing seat and forward settee Chart table Large U shaped seating/dining area Raised sunbed with storage below Stereo CD/radio Stairway to forward saloon via sliding door Stairway to cockpit via sliding hatch Flybridge crane (600kg) Console and seat covers Wetbar including sink with electric barbecue and large top entry refrigerated icebox plus storage Crane has electrically operated swivel, extension, lift and lower facilities and will lift to transom platform as well as flybridge Folding bimini top Liferaft storage Deck lighting
Princess 85 Syndicate Information
This syndicator is a professional marine business and distributor for leading maritime brands.
They have a number of yachts in operation with most being generally fully subscribed, however every now and then a share becomes available in an established syndicate.
This stunning yacht is moored in the world famous Victoria & Albert Waterfront Marina, right in the centre of the action. She really stands out among her smaller sister-ships and makes an ideal fractional proposition for both corporate and for leisure use. It’s also possible to acquire a relatively small share making it very affordable in relation to the magnitude of such a yacht ownership proposition.
When launched, the Princess 25m was the flagship of the Princess fleet and this model remained so for many years thereafter. This magnificent vessel combines style, presence and exhilarating performance. She is effortlessly capable of high-speed, long-distance cruising. The flybridge takes on-board al fresco living to an entirely new level, while the full-width saloon and dining area provide a private environment for gracious entertaining.For both performance and comfort, the Princess 25M is in a class of her own.
She boasts four very luxurious en-suite cabins, all independently air-conditioned. She can comfortably accommodate eight guests. Her rosewood and cherry finishes combined with the luxurious soft furnishings, create an atmosphere of timeless elegance and sumptuous comfort. Her wide aft deck offers a great alfresco environment with spacious dining for eight. Her large swim platform provides easy access to the sea and her sun beds adorn the very spacious fly bridge and large foredeck.