Princess 360

£79,950 (Tax Paid)

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PRINCESS 360 built in 1994. A popular flybridge motor yacht from the well respected Olesinski stable. Powered by upgraded twin Perkins Sabre M300TI 300hp diesel engines. With a high-level of specification including: electric engine controls, bow and stern thrusters, generator, dual-station chartplotters, radar, autopilot, fishfinder, autohelm, Eberspacher cabin heating, Whittall davits, electric windlass, coppercoat, etc. Please contact Ancasta Plymouth for further information and viewing arrangements.

Location: Plymouth, Devon
Listing office: Plymouth

£79,950 (Tax Paid)

Boat Details

Make: Princess
Model: 360
Year: 1994
LOA: 39ft/12m
Class: Performance Power
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Engine Type: Twin Diesel
Drive: Shaft Drives
Layout: Fly Bridge
Berths: 6
Cabins: 2
Ancasta Ref: 30869
Vessel Name: Quicksilver
Princess 360 Motor Cruiser built in 1994
Popular flybridge motor cruiser designed by Bernard Olesinski and built by Marine Projects, Plymouth.

CONSTRUCTION
GRP white hull, deck and superstructure - Hand-laid chopped-strand mat and woven roving, foam frames and stringers, balsa sandwich deck
Integral bathing platform
Dual steering
Dark blue cockpit and flybridge tonneau
Last survey: Feb 2001
Lifted annually for replacement anodes, scrub and hull polish
Coppercoated: 2007

L.O.A. 12.01m (39' 5")
L.W.L. 9.52m (31'5")
BEAM 3.84m (12' 7")
DRAFT 1.07m (3' 6")
Displacement 6 tons
SLEEPS SIX IN TWO CABINS PLUS SALOON

Owners Forward Cabin with island double berth, large hanging locker with shelves to starboard, under-bed storage drawers, bedside lockers and dressing table with mirror to port.

Door through to ensuite heads compartment comprising of: hand basin in moulded surround, hot and cold shower with adjustable fixing, mirrored cupboards over with shaver point and storage below, additional access door to heads from main cabin.

Twin single Guest Cabin to starboard with hanging locker and shelves above, access panel to fuses and back of internal helm position.

Saloon with L-shaped seating to starboard (converts to additional double berth) and settee to port providing comfortable seating for six, height adjustable table, concealed drinks cabinet, sliding door to aft cockpit.

Main helm position to starboard with step up to bench seat, wood-rimmed wheel and raked dashboard.

L-shaped galley comprising of: ENO three-burner gas stove with SMEV oven and grill, Waeco 12/240volt fridge/freezer (2014), twin circular stainless steel sinks with cutting board covers, range of laminated worktops and storage lockers, additional cavernous storage locker below steps.

Cockpit with cavernous cockpit lazarette.

Flybridge accessed via stainless steel ladder with teak tread. Fully instrumented upper helm position to port with comfortbale bucket seat and twin co-pilot's bench seat to starboard (hinged backrest swings forward to create sunbathing area).

Carpets replaced throughout (December 2016)
Maple interior joinery
Upholstery upgrade (2009)
Eberspacher cabin heating
6'3" (1.91m) headroom throughout
TWIN PERKINS SABRE M300Ti 300 HP
Approx. 1,100 engine hours run (since '09)
Recent servicing - impellers replaced and oil change Dec '16
Major overhaul of engines in 2009 including: new bearings, piston rings, valves and head skimming.
Twin Temet stainless steel propeller shafts
Twin nickel aluminium bronze propellers
Rope cutters
ZF MIcroCommander 585CE dual station electronic engine controls (2007)
Bennett electro-hydraulic trim tabs dual station (manual)
Sleipner Side-Power bow (SP75-12 with 80kg propeller upgrade) and stern (SE60/185S-12IP) thruster's with dual station joystick controls

ELECTRICS
2 x heavy duty auxiliary batteries
2 x heavy duty engine start batteries
240v shore power system
Studer Innotec HP compact inverter (sine wave inverter and battery charger)
Dynamica Mini-40 diesel generator - 3.2kw 240VAC (2007)

TANKAGE
2 x 82 gallon stainless steel fuel tanks = Total 164 gallon / 749 ltrs. (replaced 2009)
1 x 83 gallon (381 ltrs.) freshwater tank

WATER SYSTEM
Hot and cold pressurised water system
Water heated by calorifier and immersion heater
Hot and cold freshwater cockpit shower

NAVIGATION AIDS
Dual station Furuno NN3D MFD12 "NAVnet 3D" 12" multi-function colour displays
Intergrated GPS/echosounder
24" Radome 4kw 36NM Ultra High Definition digital radar (2013)
Autohelm speed/log
Autohelm echosounder
Rudder position indicator
Simrad AP22 dual station autopilot
Shipmate RS8400 dual station VHF radio
ICS Electronics NAV 6 plus (upgraded 2016)
Raymarine DS600X digital fishfinder
2 x Plastimo Offshore 105 compasses
Full IMCO navigation lights

GROUND TACKLE
Lofrans Master Winch Clipper electric anchor windlass 12v 1300w with dual station remote control
Manson "Supreme" 35lb. galvanized anchor with calibrated galvanized chain

SAFETY EQUIPMENT
1 x auto bilge pumps
2 x manual bilge pumps
Stainless steel pulpit and guard rails
1 x engine automatic fire extinguisher
1 x lazarette automatic fire extinguisher
2 x cabin manual fire extinguishers
Engine cooling water low-flow alarms
Fire blanket

GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Whittall ED16 85kg Davits
Folding stainless steel bathing ladder












The Princess 360 has always been a popular model from this well respected range combining modern good looks with very workable, light and airy accommodation.

Then known as 'Prospector IV', this particular Princess 360 was originally owned by 'Motorboat and Yachting' magazine who had her engines upgraded to twin Perkins Sabre M300Ti 300hp's and at the time, a navigation suit that 'struck the right balance between useful capability and confusing complexity'. In more recent times, her current owner has just put her through a schedule of works in preparation for sale.