The Grand Banks 32 is an excellent choice to cruise the ICW, explore the Florida Keys, cruise the Great Lakes, do the Great Loop, or simply to cruise and enjoy locally.
SEPHORA is a clean, well-cared-for boat. She is fitted with a 135 hp Lehman diesel, a Vetus bow thruster, and an Espar diesel-fired hot air cabin heating system. Engine hours are 2,563. Gelcoat shines, the bottom has a blister-free history, the interior is neat and tidy, and the engine room sparkles. SEPHORA has always been a new England boat. She has always been hauled winters and was indoor stored during the winter for her first 17 years. She has been shrinkwrapped during the winter lay-up season since the current owner's purchase. She is in the water and may be easily inspected.
Note: Photos #1 - #31 were taken on 6/3/2014.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 31 ft 11 in
Beam: 11 ft 6 in
LWL: 30 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 9 in
Displacement: 17000 lbs
Total Power: 135 HP
Engine Brand: Ford Lehman
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2563
Engine Power: 135 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (110 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (250 Gallons)
Traditional Grand Banks 32 interior, including a chain locker.
Sleeps five. The forward cabin features a V-berth. Next aft is a hanging locker to port, and opposite to starboard an enclosed head with vanity, shower, teak grate, and pressurized hot and cold water.
The main cabin is up three steps. The lower helm station is forward to starboard. There is a helm seat with storage underneath. Opposite to port is the galley. Aft of the galley to port is a settee that converts to form a double berth. Opposite to starboard is a settee. A dinette table with leaves is mounted on centerline. The ports all have screens and curtains, and there is a full screen for the aft door.
The in-line galley features a Norcold AC/DC refrigerator, stainless steel sink with pressurized hot and cold water, a three-burner propane stove with oven, and a cupboard locker above the refrigerator with glass rack under.
12 volt DC and 110 volt AC dockside systems. 12 volt system includes two 12 volt batteries (one new in 2013), a battery selector switch, and a circuit breaker distribution panel. 110 volt AC system includes automatic battery charger, circuit breaker distribution panel, receptacles both at bow and stern, and shore power cable.
Electronics and Navigation
Raytheon R10 radar, Garmin 2006C GPS/chartplotter, Autohelm 6000 autopilot with controls at both helm stations, Icom IC-M55 VHF radio transceivers at both helm stations, Datamarine 3000 depth sounder with indicators at both helm stations, rudder indicators at both helm stations, Danforth compasses at each helm station.
Hull and Deck
Bow pulpit with rails, teak deck, freshwater washdown system, Lofrans electric windlass with controls at both helm stations, spreader lights, swim platform and swim ladder, windshield wipers, bronze rubrails forward, outboard motor storage bracket at stern.
Engine, Mechanical Equipment, and Additional Systems
Engine is fresh-water-cooled and is equipped with raw water strainer and fuel filters.
Vetus bow thruster
Espar diesel cabin heating system.
Holding tank with macerator.
Maintenance and Upgrades
Owner began stripping and refinishing flybridge cap rails and teak fashion strips on cabin sides. Pending.
Owner replaced approximately 18 teak screw fastener bungs in teak decking.
Owner wet sanded with 220 grit and applied two coats of varnish on main deck teak cap rails and gunwales.
Owner replaced head door lockset with Perko hardware kit.
Mechanic removed and disassembled copper heat exchanger to remove scale and corosion and to clean out tubes. Replaced with new gaskets and zinc. Checked and replaced hoses, as necessary.
Mechanic replaced Borg Warner transmission rear seal and replaced a leaking gasket on the transmission shift linkage assembly.
Mechanic replaced cutlass bearing before launching.
Mechanic replaced engine exhaust mixing elbow with new stainless steel unit from American Diesel in VA.
Mechanic replaced raw water pump impeller and alternator belt.
Replaced windshield wiper motor and blade assembly on center window of forward windshield.
Dark blue steadying sail, bimini, flybridge cover and cushions for flybridge, aft deck awning, automatic electric and manual bilge pumps, Delta 35 lb. anchor with chain and rode, CQR 25 lb. anchor with chain and rode, fenders and docklines, spare Lehman diesel engine parts and gaskets, flares, assorted PFD's, horn, bell.
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 866-372-9451Tel: 781-749-1645