The 65 Princess is the perfectly laid out Eurosport Cruiser. Entering
from the oversize swim platform is a generous Aft Deck. The same level
Salon is well laid out with seating to both port and starboard. The
down Galley is next forward on the starboard side. Only three steps
down anyone working there is very much a part of the action in the
Salon or Helm above. Powered by 1050 MAN W/ 800 hrs since major overhaul.
Up from the Galley to port is the Dining Area offering an
excellent view in all directions. To starboard is the expansive Lower
Helm and side entry door.
From the portside of the Lower Helm is the Companionway leading
to the accommodations. The Master is aft with a private Head. Next
forward to port is a twin lower berth Cabin with a Head also serving
as the Day Head.
Furthest forward is the VIP Cabin with private Head. Going aft
from the Companionway is the Utility Room with a single berth plus an
office layout with the yacht?s washer/dryer and freezer.
Aft accessed from the Cockpit is the single Crew Cabin.
Salon The Salon is entered via a sliding stainless entry door that
disappears into the bulkhead under the stairs. The glass section to
starboard lowers electrically to open the area further.
Immediately to port upon entering the Salon is a cherry cabinet
with a drink refrigerator within. Above is a cherry and Lucite three
shelf glass rack, digital AC controls and a Quartz clock and
Next forward is a two person loveseat with a TV cabinet next
forward. The base of this cabinet forms the six open tread steps to
the Flybridge. To starboard is a four to five person leather settee
with an upholstered leather backrest and storage below. A small cherry
coffee table lies in front of the sofa. Either side of the Salon are
mini blinds over the large cabin side windows with attractive Roman
shades to cover the mini blinds when needed.
Up two steps is the curved dining settee to seat four to five
comfortably. Like the Salon settee the Dining settee has leather
upholstery with fabric covers and the backrest is leather. A curved
cherry dining table is affixed in front of the dinette.
To starboard is the Galley. Galley Considered to be a Galley down the Galley is actually only three
steps down and is very open to the Salon. Anyone working here is still
very much a part of the conversation in the Salon.
A smoked plexi divider with a cherry handrail separates the area
from the dining settee.
The Galley is U shaped and includes the following equipment:
Neff 4 burner Ceran top cook top Exhaust blower
(2) Under counter AC/DC refrigerators (2) Stainless steel
sinks w/Avonite covers Faucet w/separate drinking water tap
Panasonic Dimension 4 turbo bake microwave U Line
icemaker Cabinets w/fitted cookery Miele stainless steel
dishwasher (10) Cherry cabinet doors Large cherry
drawer Avonite countertops Wood laminate sole
Below decks storage cabinet Drapes on the cabin side
windows above Stainless steel handrail at cook top (5)
Under counter lights Ample lighting overhead Lower Helm Forward and up two steps from the Dining Area is the large Lower
There are two upholstered bucket helm seats to starboard with
the helm area taking up 60% of the cabin?s beam. An armrest between
the seats opens up to reveal a Shipmate RS8400 DSC radio.
Helm equipment includes: Wood helm wheel MAN
electronic single lever engine controls Raytheon autopilot
Raytheon ST80 electric compass (3) Raytheon ST80
Masterview data readouts (in lieu of standard ST60?s) Quick
anchor digital chain length meter Full VDO analog engine
gauges Sidepower bow thruster control Robertson Shipmate
RS 8400 VHF Bennett auto trim tab controls (3) Wiper
switches Key/stop/start controls (2) MAN alarm
diagnostic panels Sanshin HR 1012 remote control searchlight
control Sea Fire engine shutdown override control 64
Mile Furuno radar, model 1942 (upgraded from standard) Raytheon
Raychart 631 color plotter Remote VHF speakers Raytheon
ST 80 digital & analog wind meters Plastimo 5? magnetic
compass Warm air demister at lower windshield Helmsman
door to starboard side deck 24V DC electrical panel 220V
AC electrical panel
Companionway From the Helm Area down three steps to a circular landing where
one can go aft and down three steps to the Fourth Guest Cabin or
forward and down two steps to the three Forward Guest Cabins. Going
forward is the Twin Cabin to port. Next forward is the Master and
furthest forward is the VIP. Master Cabin Entering from forward and down three steps going aft the berth
is on a diagonal off the aft starboard quarter. The oversize queen
size berth has two drawers at the foot of the berth and rope lighting
around the perimeter. An upholstered headboard surrounds the berth.
Cherry nightstands are either side of the berth.
Forward to starboard are two opening stainless steel Trend
portholes covered by Roman shades. Forward to port is a built in
cherry hanging locker with six cherry drawers. At the foot of the
berth is a built in vanity with stool, two storage cabinets and a
large mirrored panel above. On the starboard side is another large
hanging locker followed by the entrance to the Master Head.