The Viking Princess V70 Has Been Reduced By $50,000

The Viking Princess V70 Has Been Reduced By $50,000
Denison Yacht Sales


A pair of Caterpillar C32 engines power Amanda.

It has been reported that Denison Yacht Sales just lowered the price of the 70-foot Viking Princess V70 Amanda by $50,000. There is now a $1.195 million price tag on the 2005 build.

A Caterpillar C32 engine pushes Amanda to 40 knots at top speed and 32 knots at cruise speed. One thousand eleven hundred eighty-eight hours have been logged on the engines.

Viking Princess V70 Amanda
Courtesy by Denison Yacht Sales

A total of three staterooms are available on Amanda. This yacht is for sale through Denison Yacht Sales

Raymarine, Garmin, Simrad, and FLIR provide the helm electronics on Amanda, which Denison calls a "turnkey yacht".

The renovations since 2015 have included underwater lights; paint on the hull, arch, and bottom; interior furniture; outdoor cushions; custom helm seats; refinished soles; and Caterpillar engine-room and machinery updates.

In addition to three staterooms, there are four heads on board.

Can you tell me where Amanda is located? During the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, viewers will be able to view the boats.

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