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Viking Princess question

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  1. DJANNA

    DJANNA New Member

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    does anyone have a schematic for a ‘97 46ft. Viking Princess Sport Cruiser..help needed
  2. Capt J

    Capt J Senior Member

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    Have you tried contacting Princess Yachts? I don't have the schematic, but what are you trying to track down or figure out in regards to the wiring?
  3. DJANNA

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    have a 46 Viking princess Sport Cruiser ‘97...any one know how to get to bow thruster thru the boat...looking for propeller numbers.....
  4. DJANNA

    DJANNA New Member

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    Right now looking on how to get to bow thruster inside boat. The company did not have a schematic from this year...just frustrating to look for all
  5. T.K.

    T.K. Senior Member

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    You will find a hatch below the forward cabin carpet just in front of the bed. Open the hatch and look inside. You should find the bow thruster electrical motor.
  6. Capt J

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    Probably have to pull up the carpet in the forward stateroom and under that will probably be a hatch.
  7. Capt Ralph

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    There is access. Moving the stuff out of the way to find it could be the issue.

    Also, no need for dual threads.
  8. Pascal

    Pascal Senior Member

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    The first thing any new owner should do is find every single hatch and access panel to all machinery and system especially thru hulls.

    Every thruster I ve seen was accessible thru a floor hatch or under a bed. You also need to find where the emergency shut off / reset switch is just in case of a malfunction. It should be in the same area

    Along the same line, fine the windlass circuit breaker... you want to know where it is before it trips on a windy day as you’re drifting with the anchor half way up.

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