Denison Yacht Sales says the owner of the 70-foot Viking Princess V70 Amanda has just dropped the boat’s asking price by $50,000. The 2005 build is now being offered at $1.195 million.
Amanda has Caterpillar C32 engines that push her to a top speed of more than 40 knots, with a 32-knot cruise. The engines are showing 1,118 hours.
Denison calls Amanda a “turnkey yacht” whose helm electronics are by Raymarine, Garmin, Simrad and FLIR.
Upgrades since 2015 include underwater lights; hull, arch and bottom paint; interior furniture; exterior cushions; custom helm seats; refinished soles; Caterpillar 1000-hour service; engine-room and machinery updates; the addition of a Williams 325 jet tender; and more.
Three staterooms and four heads are on board.
Where is Amanda located? Fort Lauderdale, with viewings available during the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.