2014 Princess 82 Motor Yacht

  • 82 ft
  • Motor Yacht
  • FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, US

Yacht price :

$3,295,000

Overview

Redhead has been meticulously maintained and it shows. Built by the Owner and heavily optioned. Satellite TV, Apple TV, Satellite Internet and Phone, Full Stereo System throughout, Video Security, SPOT Tracker and GOST System. Accommodations include a Large Salon and Dining area,  Four Staterooms with en-suite Baths, Full Galley with Additional Full Refrigerator at Crew level. Summer Kitchen Aft with BBQ, Wet Bar, Fridge & TV, Seating/Dining area on Bridge with pass thru to Galley, Sunning areas and Seating Bow and Aft, Color-Changing Underwater Lights, Underwater Camera, Platform and Davit for Jet Ski or Tender, Hydraulic Swim Platform, Life Rafts, Bridge and Fly-Bridge Controls & Additional Docking Controls Aft, FLIR, Full Instrumentation, Zero-Speed Stabilizers, New Freshwater System with back-up pump, Spare Props and all Pumps, Crew Quarters for Three, Twin MTU 1624 HP, Twin 32KW Generators, Water Maker, and everything you need for self sufficient island hopping and cruising. Please see additional descriptions or call for more information. 

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Princess
Model:
82 Motor Yacht
Year:
2014
Category:
Power
Condition:
Used
Location:
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
Boat Type:
Motor Yacht
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Type:
Hull Color:
HIN:
Designer:
Flag of Registry:

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
82 ft - 24.99 meter
LOA:
-
Beam:
18 ft - 5.49 meter
Draft - max:
6 ft - 1.83 meter
Bridge Clearance:
-
Dry Weight:
111800 lbs

Engine

Make:
MTU
Model:
10V2000 M94
Engine(s):
4
Hours:
1620
Cruise Speed:
21 MPH
Range:
575 MI
Joystick Control:
No
Engine Type:
Inboard
Drive Type:
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Horsepower:
1624 (Individual), 6496 (combined)
Max Speed:
33 MPH

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
2042 gallons - 2 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
440 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
-

Accommodations

Total Cabins:
4
Total Berths:
3
Total Sleeps:
1
Total Heads:
6
Captains Cabin:
No
Crew Cabins:
1
Crew Berths:
1
Crew Sleeps:
1
Crew Heads:
1

Gallery

Descriptions

Manufacturer Provided Description

The 82 Motor Yacht is simultaneously graceful and exhilarating in the same breath. Her extended window line affords you exceptional visibility from the main deck. The expansive flybridge cossets guests with soft sunpads, a teak dining table, intimate seating and a dedicated wetbar. And when the moment arises, her deep-V hull is poised to thrust you across the waves up to an impressive 30+ knots.

Light and space are in abundance, with broad windows the length of the main deck saloon. Invitingly-low seating gives a homely ambience, with a spacious formal dining area forward. And when it’s time to retire for the evening, a full-beam master cabin with a large en suite and a walk-in wardrobe awaits you. For your guests there are three beautifully-appointed en suite cabins.

Each Princess produced for the American Market is built to meet or exceed all US COAST GUARD and American Boat and Yacht Council 

Deck Fittings
  • Teak-laid transom platform, cockpit deck, flybridge, flybridge stairway, side decks and foredeck walkthrough
  • Self-stowing 63kg/138lbs Stainless Steel Delta anchor with 100m of chain
  • Reversible electric anchor winch with foredeck, helm position and flybridge controls
  • Twin electric-powered sternline mooring winches
  • Foredeck seating and sunbathing area with coffee table
  • Storage lockers for rope, fenders and foredeck sunbed cushions
  • Telephone connection point
  • Stern docking lights
  • Transom doors giving direct access to lazarette and utility area
  • Color-Changing Underwater Lights
  • Underwater Camera
Manufacturer Provided Description

The 82 Motor Yacht is simultaneously graceful and exhilarating in the same breath. Her extended window line affords you exceptional visibility from the main deck. The expansive flybridge cossets guests with soft sunpads, a teak dining table, intimate seating and a dedicated wetbar. And when the moment arises, her deep-V hull is poised to thrust you across the waves up to an impressive 30+ knots.

Light and space are in abundance, with broad windows the length of the main deck saloon. Invitingly-low seating gives a homely ambience, with a spacious formal dining area forward. And when it’s time to retire for the evening, a full-beam master cabin with a large en suite and a walk-in wardrobe awaits you. For your guests there are three beautifully-appointed en suite cabins.

Each Princess produced for the American Market is built to meet or exceed all US COAST GUARD and American Boat and Yacht Council 

Cockpit
  • U-shaped seating and teak folding table
  • Twin transom gates leading to bathing platform with electro-hydraulic raise/lower mechanism, foldaway swimming ladder, hot and cold shower
  • Door leading to crew cabin/utility area and engine room area from side deck and transom
  • Washbasin
  • Liferaft stowage
  • Remote control 3.8m telescopic passerelle with folding handrail
Deck Fittings
  • Teak-laid transom platform, cockpit deck, flybridge, flybridge stairway, side decks and foredeck walkthrough
  • Self-stowing 63kg/138lbs Stainless Steel Delta anchor with 100m of chain
  • Reversible electric anchor winch with foredeck, helm position and flybridge controls
  • Twin electric-powered sternline mooring winches
  • Foredeck seating and sunbathing area with coffee table
  • Storage lockers for rope, fenders and foredeck sunbed cushions
  • Telephone connection point
  • Stern docking lights
  • Transom doors giving direct access to lazarette and utility area
  • Color-Changing Underwater Lights
  • Underwater Camera
Accommodations

DECK SALOON NOTE:

New Carpet, Satellite TV, Apple TV, Satellite Internet and Phone & Full Stereo System throughout, New Freshwater System with back-up pump.

  • U-shaped seating area and love seat sofa with coffee table
  • Entertainment centre incorporating 50” LED TV on electric raise/lower mechanism and DVD, radio/MP3 system with surround sound system
  • Sideboard unit with bottle and glass storage, refrigerator and icemaker
  • Dining area (for 8 people) with sideboard units port and
    starboard

OWNER’S STATEROOM

  • Large double bed with drawers below
  • Dressing area with wardrobes with hanging and drawer storage
  • Dressing table with chair
  • Occasional table with seats fore and aft
  • Built-in safe
  • 46” LED TV and DVD, radio/MP3 system with surround sound
  • En suite bathroom

FORWARD GUEST STATEROOM

  • Large double bed with drawers below
  • Walk-in wardrobe with shelves
  • Dressing table with stool
  • Deck hatch with skylight and blind
  • 28” LED TV, stereo radio/MP3
  • En suite bathroom

PORT GUEST CABIN

  • Two single beds with drawers below (with the option of powered conversion to double)
  • Wardrobe with shelves
  • En suite bathroom

STARBOARD GUEST CABIN

  • Large double bed with drawers below
  • Wardrobe with shelves
  • Dressing table with stool
  • En suite bathroom with day access

LOWER ACCOMMODATION LOBBY

  • The lobby area has a full height storage cupboard with washer/dryer
  • Under-floor storage

CREW QUARTERS

  • Crew cabin with three single berths, wardrobe and storage lockers
  • Bathroom with separate stall shower, electric quietflush toilet and washbasin
  • Storage/utility area (optional additional crew cabin or mess area)
  • Washing machine and dryer
Cockpit
  • U-shaped seating and teak folding table
  • Twin transom gates leading to bathing platform with electro-hydraulic raise/lower mechanism, foldaway swimming ladder, hot and cold shower
  • Door leading to crew cabin/utility area and engine room area from side deck and transom
  • Washbasin
  • Liferaft stowage
  • Remote control 3.8m telescopic passerelle with folding handrail
Galley
  • 4-zone ceramic hob
  • Combination microwave/conventional oven with grill
  • Twin stainless-steel sinks with mixer tap
  • Full height fridge/freezer
  • Dishwasher
  • Access door to side deck
  • Lobby area with space for additional refrigerator or wine cooler and coffee machine
  • Additional Full Size Refrigerator and Freezer on Crew Level
Accommodations

DECK SALOON NOTE:

New Carpet, Satellite TV, Apple TV, Satellite Internet and Phone & Full Stereo System throughout, New Freshwater System with back-up pump.

  • U-shaped seating area and love seat sofa with coffee table
  • Entertainment centre incorporating 50” LED TV on electric raise/lower mechanism and DVD, radio/MP3 system with surround sound system
  • Sideboard unit with bottle and glass storage, refrigerator and icemaker
  • Dining area (for 8 people) with sideboard units port and
    starboard

OWNER’S STATEROOM

  • Large double bed with drawers below
  • Dressing area with wardrobes with hanging and drawer storage
  • Dressing table with chair
  • Occasional table with seats fore and aft
  • Built-in safe
  • 46” LED TV and DVD, radio/MP3 system with surround sound
  • En suite bathroom

FORWARD GUEST STATEROOM

  • Large double bed with drawers below
  • Walk-in wardrobe with shelves
  • Dressing table with stool
  • Deck hatch with skylight and blind
  • 28” LED TV, stereo radio/MP3
  • En suite bathroom

PORT GUEST CABIN

  • Two single beds with drawers below (with the option of powered conversion to double)
  • Wardrobe with shelves
  • En suite bathroom

STARBOARD GUEST CABIN

  • Large double bed with drawers below
  • Wardrobe with shelves
  • Dressing table with stool
  • En suite bathroom with day access

LOWER ACCOMMODATION LOBBY

  • The lobby area has a full height storage cupboard with washer/dryer
  • Under-floor storage

CREW QUARTERS

  • Crew cabin with three single berths, wardrobe and storage lockers
  • Bathroom with separate stall shower, electric quietflush toilet and washbasin
  • Storage/utility area (optional additional crew cabin or mess area)
  • Washing machine and dryer
Power and Drive Systems
  • 5-bladed propellers in nickel aluminium bronze
  • Bow thruster (240kgf/529lbf)
  • Power-assisted electro-hydraulic steering system with hydraulic back-up
  • Electronic engine and gear shift control systems
  • Dripless shaft seals
  • Spare Props and all Pumps Included
Galley
  • 4-zone ceramic hob
  • Combination microwave/conventional oven with grill
  • Twin stainless-steel sinks with mixer tap
  • Full height fridge/freezer
  • Dishwasher
  • Access door to side deck
  • Lobby area with space for additional refrigerator or wine cooler and coffee machine
  • Additional Full Size Refrigerator and Freezer on Crew Level
Electrical

24 Volt

  • 4 x heavy duty batteries for engine starting
  • 6 x heavy duty auxiliary batteries
  • 2 x 60 amp battery chargers charge both banks of batteries via an automatic switch charging system
  • Remote battery master switches with control switch at main panel
  • LED lighting throughout

220/240 Volt

  • 32kW diesel generators (2) in own sound shield with water cooled specially silenced exhaust
  • 2 x 50 amp shore support inlet
  • Earth leakage safety trip, polarity check system, circuit breakers on all circuits
  • Power points in all areas
Power and Drive Systems
  • 5-bladed propellers in nickel aluminium bronze
  • Bow thruster (240kgf/529lbf)
  • Power-assisted electro-hydraulic steering system with hydraulic back-up
  • Electronic engine and gear shift control systems
  • Dripless shaft seals
  • Spare Props and all Pumps Included
Flybridge
  • Helm position with powered raise/lower console, repeat navigation equipment including radar/chartplotter and engine instrumentation
  • L-shaped seating area with folding teak table
  • Twin forward J-shaped seating
  • Sunpad with storage below (option for built-in spa bath)
  • Radio/MP3 with waterproof speakers
  • Wetbar including sink with electric barbecue and top loading coolbox
  • Tender crane
Electrical

24 Volt

  • 4 x heavy duty batteries for engine starting
  • 6 x heavy duty auxiliary batteries
  • 2 x 60 amp battery chargers charge both banks of batteries via an automatic switch charging system
  • Remote battery master switches with control switch at main panel
  • LED lighting throughout

220/240 Volt

  • 32kW diesel generators (2) in own sound shield with water cooled specially silenced exhaust
  • 2 x 50 amp shore support inlet
  • Earth leakage safety trip, polarity check system, circuit breakers on all circuits
  • Power points in all areas
Wheelhouse
  • Helm seat with electric adjustment
  • U-shaped seating with table to port
  • Helmsman’s door to side deck and electric opening window to port
  • Instrument console with engine instruments and fuel gauges
  • Full engine instrumentation including fuel gauges, exhaust temperature, fuel contamination alarms, rudder position indicator
  • Navigation system including colour radar, FURUNO GPS and chartplotter (2 displays), VHF/RT, speed and distance log, echo sounder with alarm, autopilot, high speed magnetic compass and intercom to flybridge
  • Controls for bow thruster, windscreen wipers, bilge pump and trim tabs (with indicator)
  • Intercom to flybridge
  • Chart table with light and chart stowage
  • 24v and 240v control panel
  • Toughened glass screen (clear for night vision)
Flybridge
  • Helm position with powered raise/lower console, repeat navigation equipment including radar/chartplotter and engine instrumentation
  • L-shaped seating area with folding teak table
  • Twin forward J-shaped seating
  • Sunpad with storage below (option for built-in spa bath)
  • Radio/MP3 with waterproof speakers
  • Wetbar including sink with electric barbecue and top loading coolbox
  • Tender crane
Engine Notes

2 x 1624 mhp MTU 2000 Series, Speed range: 22-30 knots

The new MTU 2000 CR (common rail) marine engines are designed to be smaller, lighter, cleaner, more powerful and more economical than their predecessors, the 2000 series. Improvements to the key technologies of turbocharging, injection and electronics have been redeveloped and advanced.

The 2000 CR engines are designed to deliver a favorable power-to-weight ratio (1.99 kg/kW - 1.48 kg/hp).

The 2000 CR engines have only one exhaust gas outlet instead of two, therefore, only one exhaust gas duct is needed, which saves weight and space in the engine room.

Features including an increased power per cylinder and the extensive use of light alloy contribute to the good power-to-weight ratio. The weight optimization of components and the modular design of the engine are also important factors. In several places in the 2000 CR engines, more than one function is integrated into the same component, helping to save weight and space.

An example: the engine Vee. which together with the outer wall of the charge air cooler situated above it forms the ducting for the charge air How, which goes from the turbochargers to the charge air cooler. Such a design was possible because a common rail injection system is used, and the space in the engine Vee (90 degrees) is therefore not occupied by injection pumps.

As a result of the cleared engine Vee, the crankcase was also redesigned. For example, the water feed and return channels arranged in the V angle were designed as box-shaped components that reinforce the cylinder walls and support the banks against each other. This, according to the manufacturer, is designed to stabilize the cylinder banks and reduce cylinder liner deformation, and therefore piston ring and cylinder liner wear.

MTU has been using the common rail injection system since 1996, and as a result of an overall positive experience, the engine maker has again used a common rail system in the 2000 CR, but with a twist. It is an advanced version, in which an accumulator is mounted on top of the injectors.

The actual storage function is therefore no longer performed, as previously, by the common rail, but by individual storage facilities in the cylinder heads.

This is designed to prevent pressure fluctuations in the fuel line, helping to stop surging at the injectors and the supply of too little or too much fuel. The pressure (max. 1800 bar) remains virtually constant in the entire system. In addition, the fuel lines have a smaller and, in the standard version, single-wall design. The fuel line is situated inside the charge air pipe, and is thus surrounded by a second layer.

The common rail system of the 2000 CR series is fitted with various safety devices. A pressure relief valve in the distributor reduces the maximum system pressure when required, thus protecting the other high-pressure components against overload.

The injectors are actuated by 2/2-way valves, which are activated by the engine electronics. The control voltage here is up to 42 volts. The control valve was positioned very close to the nozzle needle so that there are only slight delays between the opening of the valves and the nozzle needle. This design therefore has the potential for multiple injection without any design changes having to be made to the control unit.

New MTU-Design Turbocharger The 2000 CR engines are fitted with a powerful turbocharger system,  three turbochargers (in the 12V) are used. Only one turbocharger runs at low engine speeds; the second and third turbocharger are only engaged electronically at higher engine speeds.

This sequential turbocharging ensures a powerful charge air flow and therefore an immediate and strong engine acceleration response across the entire performance map. The efficiency of the turbocharging system is enhanced by the integration of the charge air cooler into the engine Vee, as this shortens the path of the charge air flow.

The ZR 125 turbochargers were developed in-house by MTU, and are also manufactured internally by the company.

At a maximum turbocharger speed of 85,000 rpm, they build up a maximum charge air pressure of four bars. The compressor wheel is made of aluminum, and are housed in a water-cooled carrier housing, which keeps the surface temperatures below 220 degrees Celsius stipulated by the SOLAS regulation (Safety of Life at Sea).

New ADEC Electronics Another new item on the 2000 CR series is the new generation of MTU's Advanced Diesel Engine Control (ADEC) electronic engine management system, designed to be far more robust than previous versions.

During the development of the new ADEC, an easily programmable system interface and a flexibly usable functionality were integrated into the system interface. The engine controller now contains far fewer customer- and system interface-specific settings than previous versions. The variants for the different applications are supplied via the system interface. The use of a commercially available compact flash card in the system interface means that the system interface is easy to program.

An Ethernet interface enables remote diagnosis of the engine management system via the Internet.

 

Wheelhouse
  • Helm seat with electric adjustment
  • U-shaped seating with table to port
  • Helmsman’s door to side deck and electric opening window to port
  • Instrument console with engine instruments and fuel gauges
  • Full engine instrumentation including fuel gauges, exhaust temperature, fuel contamination alarms, rudder position indicator
  • Navigation system including colour radar, FURUNO GPS and chartplotter (2 displays), VHF/RT, speed and distance log, echo sounder with alarm, autopilot, high speed magnetic compass and intercom to flybridge
  • Controls for bow thruster, windscreen wipers, bilge pump and trim tabs (with indicator)
  • Intercom to flybridge
  • Chart table with light and chart stowage
  • 24v and 240v control panel
  • Toughened glass screen (clear for night vision)
Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Engine Notes

2 x 1624 mhp MTU 2000 Series, Speed range: 22-30 knots

The new MTU 2000 CR (common rail) marine engines are designed to be smaller, lighter, cleaner, more powerful and more economical than their predecessors, the 2000 series. Improvements to the key technologies of turbocharging, injection and electronics have been redeveloped and advanced.

The 2000 CR engines are designed to deliver a favorable power-to-weight ratio (1.99 kg/kW - 1.48 kg/hp).

The 2000 CR engines have only one exhaust gas outlet instead of two, therefore, only one exhaust gas duct is needed, which saves weight and space in the engine room.

Features including an increased power per cylinder and the extensive use of light alloy contribute to the good power-to-weight ratio. The weight optimization of components and the modular design of the engine are also important factors. In several places in the 2000 CR engines, more than one function is integrated into the same component, helping to save weight and space.

An example: the engine Vee. which together with the outer wall of the charge air cooler situated above it forms the ducting for the charge air How, which goes from the turbochargers to the charge air cooler. Such a design was possible because a common rail injection system is used, and the space in the engine Vee (90 degrees) is therefore not occupied by injection pumps.

As a result of the cleared engine Vee, the crankcase was also redesigned. For example, the water feed and return channels arranged in the V angle were designed as box-shaped components that reinforce the cylinder walls and support the banks against each other. This, according to the manufacturer, is designed to stabilize the cylinder banks and reduce cylinder liner deformation, and therefore piston ring and cylinder liner wear.

MTU has been using the common rail injection system since 1996, and as a result of an overall positive experience, the engine maker has again used a common rail system in the 2000 CR, but with a twist. It is an advanced version, in which an accumulator is mounted on top of the injectors.

The actual storage function is therefore no longer performed, as previously, by the common rail, but by individual storage facilities in the cylinder heads.

This is designed to prevent pressure fluctuations in the fuel line, helping to stop surging at the injectors and the supply of too little or too much fuel. The pressure (max. 1800 bar) remains virtually constant in the entire system. In addition, the fuel lines have a smaller and, in the standard version, single-wall design. The fuel line is situated inside the charge air pipe, and is thus surrounded by a second layer.

The common rail system of the 2000 CR series is fitted with various safety devices. A pressure relief valve in the distributor reduces the maximum system pressure when required, thus protecting the other high-pressure components against overload.

The injectors are actuated by 2/2-way valves, which are activated by the engine electronics. The control voltage here is up to 42 volts. The control valve was positioned very close to the nozzle needle so that there are only slight delays between the opening of the valves and the nozzle needle. This design therefore has the potential for multiple injection without any design changes having to be made to the control unit.

New MTU-Design Turbocharger The 2000 CR engines are fitted with a powerful turbocharger system,  three turbochargers (in the 12V) are used. Only one turbocharger runs at low engine speeds; the second and third turbocharger are only engaged electronically at higher engine speeds.

This sequential turbocharging ensures a powerful charge air flow and therefore an immediate and strong engine acceleration response across the entire performance map. The efficiency of the turbocharging system is enhanced by the integration of the charge air cooler into the engine Vee, as this shortens the path of the charge air flow.

The ZR 125 turbochargers were developed in-house by MTU, and are also manufactured internally by the company.

At a maximum turbocharger speed of 85,000 rpm, they build up a maximum charge air pressure of four bars. The compressor wheel is made of aluminum, and are housed in a water-cooled carrier housing, which keeps the surface temperatures below 220 degrees Celsius stipulated by the SOLAS regulation (Safety of Life at Sea).

New ADEC Electronics Another new item on the 2000 CR series is the new generation of MTU's Advanced Diesel Engine Control (ADEC) electronic engine management system, designed to be far more robust than previous versions.

During the development of the new ADEC, an easily programmable system interface and a flexibly usable functionality were integrated into the system interface. The engine controller now contains far fewer customer- and system interface-specific settings than previous versions. The variants for the different applications are supplied via the system interface. The use of a commercially available compact flash card in the system interface means that the system interface is easy to program.

An Ethernet interface enables remote diagnosis of the engine management system via the Internet.

 

Total Power

3248 HP

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Total Power

3248 HP

Total Power
3248.0 hpTotal Power
6496.0 hp

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Fort Lauderdale, FL, US

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