Ustreme founder Jim Davidson has opened up his beloved boat, Princess Mitchie, for a new documentary.
Jim recently spent thousands of pounds transforming the interior of the 61ft Princess motor yacht, including stunning new seating, carpets and headlining.
The work, which was carried out by British yacht specialist Setag, has now been featured on popular yacht tour channel, AQUAHOLIC.
During a tour of the new-look boat, which was filmed while the comedian was moored up in Weymouth, he said: “I just love it. It’s amazing. This is the best 61 in the world.”
He told documentary maker Nick Burnham: “And the more I show this boat to you, the more I fall in love with her.”
Asked about whether he would change the name of his boat following his separation from wife Michelle, who the vessel is named after, he said: “No I won’t. This was mine and Michelle’s boat and she always will be. You can’t change history.”
Following the airing of the documentary, which can be found on the Aquaholic YouTube channel, Jim paid tribute to the five people killed when their submersible imploded during an expedition to see the Titanic wreckage.
He said: “As someone who spends a lot of time at sea, I have just felt sick reading the news about those poor people on board the submersible.
“It is such a tragedy and my heart goes out to the families and loved ones of those who have died.”
Watch the Aquaholic film below: