Forward lounge : 77 m²
Aft lounge : 68 m²
Reception : 25 m²
Guest cabins : 50 m² total
Crew area : 25 m²
In the wheel house above the guest cabins
One lounge forward with a dancing floor and settees.
One lounge aft with a bar and settees.
5 double cabins in the aft section (not finished)
Aft under the guest cabins
Sails and Rigging
LEE SAILS set of sails - all in very good condition :
84 m² fore sail
95 m² main sail
90 m² mizzen main sail
35 m² flying jib
33 m² outer jib
32 m² inner jib
32 m² staysail
22 m2 main staysail
SPARS : steel masts and booms
Cockpit and Deck
Aft wheel house
Central deck house with reception and access by stairs to both lounges
Electronics and Navigational Equipment
*instruments : NASA CLIPPER
*sounder : NASA CLIPPER
*self steering : ROBERTSON APE
*gyro compass : SPERRY
*VHF radio : NAVICO RT 450 DSC
*VHF radio : 2 sets NAVICO AXIS 30 of portable GMDSS
*weather fax : NAVTEX - ICS NAV
*GPS : GARMIN 128
*radar : RAY MARINE R80 + CRT 10" display & 4 KW 24" antenna
*Ebirp : MC MURDO E3 - 406 Mhz
*sart : MC MURDO SA
Engine /Mechanical Equipment
MAIN ENGINE :
470 HP CATERPILLAR 3408 B N° 99U07896
*Performances : 7,5 knots at 1.800 rd / m
6,5 knots at 1.250 rd /m
*Consumption : 20 litres / hour at 6,5 knots including generator consumption
*Range : 3.250 miles
25 Kva BOLINDER VOLVA
Boiler : electrical one + diesel electrical one
Water maker : no
Refrigerator : 2
Deep freezer : 1
Heater : Central heating with diesel electrical (not working)
Fuel : 10.000 litres
Water : 8.000 litres
Black water : 3.000 litres
This ex fishing trawler has been converted into a successful charter vessel with a capacity of taking on day coastal cruising up to 200 guests with 5 crew (Captain and 4 crew) plus 5 interior crew (Chef, stewardess and waiters).
She is a go anywhere vessel with a big range capacity. She is solid and seaworthy. She could be used to go around the world for a youth association as sailing school or nature youngsters activity.
Originally French fishing trawler the used for cargo.
Sailed in Chile for a while.
Bought in 2001 by the present owner in Sweden. Then converted in a day charter boat.
Refit undertaken in Sweden of the steel and engine, then interior and other works completed in Portugal.
First sailing since converted in 2006.
Summer 2008, PRINCIPE PERFEITO will take part in a tall ships race between UK, Portugal and Madeira.
Portuguese commercial registered now.
Certified now by IPTM - Institute Portugal Transport Marine
Veritas certified until 1998.