I'm aware that a thread already exists for the V39 but I'm going to try and upload some photos and so as not to blow up someone else's hard work I though it best to do the damage on a separate thread. Just on the off chance it all goes tits up
Have to say an absolute cracker of a boat. Nowhere did you get the feeling it was a stripped down built to a budget boat. Loads of wood and nice stuff inside, great features outside.
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Thread: Princess V39 - London Boat show
15-01-12, 12:14 #1
Princess V39 - London Boat show
Last edited by henryf; 15-01-12 at 12:18. Reason: Photos, computers, stupiditiy
15-01-12, 12:23 #2
Oh dear mother and father of all things computer based it works. If only my old headmaster could see me now. He said I would never amount to anything.
How wrong could he be. Flushed with the success of mastering both internet, camera button and Mac-pc compatibility we move down below:
One of the Princess sales team seem to have left their swimming costume lying around. I have my suspicions and worryingly it's a he not a she !!
15-01-12, 12:28 #3
nice pix HenryF. I see no-one has nicked SWMBO's bikini from the second cabin yet:-)
15-01-12, 12:32 #4
I seem to think there is a 6 image limit to posts so a final burst of the khazee and the rather spacious aft locker, (or slightly cramped crew cabin).
Well that's it in a nutshell. No too scruffy at all is it?
We have been mulling over the V52 for a while now as an upgrade to our P42 flybridge but have decided that we are in fact flybridge people. Bizarre as when we had our Targa 35 I couldn't see the reason to make the price jump up to a flybridge. Now we wouldn't be happy making the saving to go back to a sports boat. Bloody odd but there you go.
Watch this space....
15-01-12, 12:35 #5
15-01-12, 12:53 #6
Looks very nice. Meant to have a look on Friday but ran out of time so thanks for posting the pics.
15-01-12, 13:24 #7
that remark will be passed back :-) Good luck when we next meet up........
15-01-12, 13:25 #8Registered User
Location : west country uk
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- Jun 2004
15-01-12, 13:51 #9
I too had a good look at the V39 and was very impressed. Some nice styling touches and good quality fit and finish.
15-01-12, 18:19 #10Registered User
Location : Bournemouth
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- Nov 2009
Great pics, in fact they give much better look of the boat than the official ones do. I love the wooden flooring in the saloon.
Now if only I'd won a bit more than a tenner on the lottery last night I'd be upgrading sooner than I'd planned