Owned as a single asset LLC
The current owner hired a service technician to service all systems in this yacht which includes:
Water maker which produces approximately 27 gallons-per-hour
Air conditioning system
Replace exterior teak on surfaces
Change injectors on the generator and service the engine.
Generator is a 21.5kw diesel powered Onan
Service all electronics
Service the marine toilets
Polish the exterior and deep clean the interior
Service the hydraulic boarding ladder
The following is a schedule of repairs or service of Dismissed:
Inspection of entire yacht and developed a plan for maintenance program
Exterior gel coat clean and polish
Engine and transmission maintenance & fluid checks
Interior cabinetry and doors adjustment and repair where warranted
Shore power lines pulled out examined and end fittings repaired
Generator items addressed including a wash down, injectors cleaned, low pressure fuel pump replaced and hoses replaced
Oil pans dropped , cleaned and reinstalled
Heating and air conditioning system evaluated and repaired. Heat element was replaced in saloon area.
Upholstery in day bed cushions replaced
Oil change of engines and transmissions
Performed a complete check of the plumbing system
Gray water tank cleaned out, inspected, and new pump installed
Fire extinguishers inspected and serviced
Teak decks serviced
Cooling systems drained and coolant replaced
Replaced exhaust heat service
Performed engine sensor diagnostics
Repaired corroded wiring connections
Performed a gray water system overhaul
Replaced high pressure fresh water pump and overhauled the fresh water system
Removed teak from hatch to swim deck then replaced it with new teak deck prepared by Princess and mailed to Dismissed
Completed bilge cleaning
Support welded into cockpit floor upon recommendations by Princess
Wiring traced and neatly bundled. All wiring reachable was inspected and repairs were made where needed.
Garage rollers for water devices removed, greased, and reinstalled.
Teak on cockpit washed and sealed.
Salon slide door lock assembly was rebuilt.
Navigation lights rewired
Water maker was re plumbed, filters were replaced and brine cartridge addressed.
Convertible roof carrier and tracks were cleaned and some parts were replaced.
Winch was serviced.
Engines were repainted.
Exterior teak maintained performed
Gel coat was polished
Interior wall panels treated.
Steering system ram was rebuilt and the fluid in the system was replaced
Air conditioning system serviced and the system was completely cleaned out
Complete diagnostic on convertible roof system performed. Roof motor was rebuilt and sensors were replaced.
Dismissed was hauled out at KKMI for bottom inspection and paint.
Zincs were replaced, water strainer cleaned out and raw water pump was inspected
Teak was cleaned and sealed with UV protection (oil)
Roof cables were installed and roof electrical control was rewired.
This 2003 Princess V 65 is powered by twin MAN 1330 H P engines with approximately 2800 hours
Dismissed reached top speeds of 38 knots at approximately 2200 RPM. Cruising speed is 30 knots at 1850 RPM
A spare set of matching propellers is included
Currently configured as a 3 cabin 3 head layout with one area for crew quarters
The open salon and dining area gives the feeling of a much larger vessel
The cockpit is unusually large and the area for seating, dining and sunbathing in two areas is amazing.
A JBL sound system with 10 speakers and 2 subwoofers was installed
There is a passerelle for easy boarding concealed in the transom
Two separate garages in the transom store a one year old RIB with a 20 h p Honda outboard and a jet ski
A boat trailer is included which can transport both the RIB and jet ski