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Princess Yachts

Discussion in 'Princess Yacht' started by captaintilt, Jun 4, 2013.

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  1. captaintilt

    captaintilt Member

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    Good morning everyone, love the recent posts, and I'm always on here multiple times a day during my "coffee breaks". It keeps my appetite going for the latest and greatest in the Yacht World. I've searched on here for a dedicated thread on Princess Yachts. I'm searching for anyone's opinion on the larger FB Yachts, 85-103
  2. captainwjm

    captainwjm Senior member

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    Just my opinion from looking them over at the boat shows in Miami the last few years, they are quite attractive and spacious. We have been particularly impressed with the flybridge and foredeck accomodations. They appear to be well made, and, in general, the equipment lay-out is functional for relatively easy access for maintenance. For the type of boating that I do, and plan on doing in the future [mostly displacement speed cruising], they are a bit fuelish. But, from a liveaboard standpoint, they seem very capable.
  3. captaintilt

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    Thanks for the advice, we've been looking at them and talking with a few brokers to maybe get a build started, they seem to be excellent at customer service, and have answered every question that I have posed to them. I love the layouts of the 103' and the performance is spectacular as well. It should be a pretty easy Yacht to handle and the maintenance will be challenging, but very manageable.

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