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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 51 ft 0 in
Beam: 15 ft 5 in
LWL: 51 ft 0 in
Length on Deck: 51 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 2 in
Dry Weight: 6500012 lbs
Fuel is carried in two mild steel tanks each containing 500 U.S. gallons. They are located in the aft port and starboard corners of the engine room. There are individual ball valve shut offs at each tank and a fuel manifold which provides for crossover and isolation of individual tanks. The original accoustic insulation tiles which enclose the tands were removed to allow inspection and cleaning of the tanks. The tiles were replaced with Soundown lead lined ruberized panels which are removeable for tank inspection. Some oxidation slag was removed from the top of the port tank and some light oxidation from the top of the starboard tank in 2008. Both tanks were treated with Ospho, preped and painted with Marine Tex epoxy material. The fill hoses were replaced and the deck fills were re-bedded. The tank inspection plates were removed, and the interior of the tanks were cleaned and the fuel replaced. New gaskets were installed when the inspection plates were reinstalled. A more recent inspection of the tanks showed no internal deterioration in the inspected areas and baffles. Dual 900 Racor fuel/water seperators are installed after the manifold at each engine. A Reverso fuel polishing system was installed at the same time. Fuel fillers are located on the side decks amidships port and starboard.
Potable water is carried in two aluminum 250 U.S. gallon tanks providing 500 gallons total. Water is pumped to the plumbing system with a Galley Maid DC pump and pressure accumulator tank.
The 35 gallon holding tanks are fiberglass and have a capacity of approximately 35 gallons each. Both have recently installed stainless steel pickup tubes.
The interior accomodations are spacious and well arranged for comfort and safety whether underway offshore, inshore, while anchored or dockside. The cabin is divided into three seperate living spaces. The saloon is amidships and contains a large L-settee and teak hi-lo table in the dining area, a large well equipped galley, a bar with icemaker and a complete helm station. There are seven large opening windows with screens, three non-opening windows and three large windshields. The center windshield has a lower opening vent section. The soles throughout the interior are teak parquet with removeable hatches where necessary. The engine room area below the saloon has an access hatch with ladder and three other large removeable hatches for complete access. This area is entered from the wide side decks thru either of two hinged doors one portside aft and one starboard side forward.
The forward cabin area is down steps in the forward companionway and is arranged with a very large v-berth cabin forward, a guest cabin to starboard with twin berths, once which converts to a desk, and a hanging locker. Portside in the companionway is a head and seperate stall shower. The forward companionway stairs are hinged and provide access to the engine room. The two guest cabins have opening ports, overhead hatches, brass reading lights and overhead lights.
The aft cabin is entered through two hinged teak doors at the top of a teak stairway. This cabin is very spacious and features a custom arrangement. There are two twin size beds with a built-in night stand with drawers. A filler fits between the berths and converts these berths to one king size bed. There are two large hanging lockers with teak louvered doors. A large chart locker is beneath one berth and storage drawers. There is a shelf on either side of the state room with drawers. A companionway in the aft rear corner of the cabin has two hinged teak doors and a sliding hatch. A ladder is contained in a storage area below the companionway doors and pulls out to provide use of the companionway. The large head with stall shower is located forward in this cabin. It has a hinged teak door, marine head, mirrored vanity with sink and storage. The laurdry is located in a cabinet in the head. There are recently replaced seperate washer and dryer units. This cabin has opening hatches with screens and curtains. Brass reading lights and overhead light fixtures are provided.
Lamps, accessories, curtains and upholstered cushions are used throughout the interior. Beautifully turned teak joinery is evident throughout the interior. This is the typical old world craftsmanship evident in all Grand Banks models. All cabinet doors have snap latches and all drawers have teak fronts, pull holes and lift pulls for security. The teak parquet sole in the saloon has been refinished. All the wood work in this boat shows very light use and is unusual for a boat of this age.
The galley is placed on the port side in the saloon and extends from the windshield to the port entry door. It is well arranged and nicely equipped for food preparation underway or dockside. The two large opening windows in the galley provide excellent ventillation and natural lighting. Features and equipment include: Adler-Barbour refrigerator and freezer, large stainless steel sink with single lever faucet, three burner princess exectric cooktop, GE Microwave convection oven, large horizontal dish locker, overhead hinged dish and glassware lockers, above counter teak cabinet, drawers beneath countertop, hidden trash bin, pot & pan storage, A bar is opposite the galley and has bottle and glassware storage, fold-down serving tray and a built-in icemaker.
Electronics & Navigation
The electronics are mounted at the lower and upper helm stations. A Raymarine C-120 GPS Plotter is mounted at the lower helm with an identical unit with a canvas cover carried to the flybridge helm console. A Raymarine VHF unit is mounted at the lower helm with a repeater at the flybridge helm. The autopilot primary controls are at the lower helm with a repeater on the flybridge. Both helm stations have a large Danforth magnetic compass, Glendinning Synchronizer controls and bow thruster controls.
Teak Overlay on Flybridge, side decks and aft deck
Fiberglass Bow Pulpit with Stainless Steel Railing
CQR Anchor with Chain, Danforth Anchor with Nylon & Chain
Lofrans Tigress Windlass with Cat Head and Capstan
Stainless steel railings on flybridge and flybridge access steps
Teak Swim Platform and Stainless Steel Telescoping Ladder
Yacht Mast & Boom with Steadying Sail
Modular Flybridge Seating with Storage
Venturi Windscreen on Flybridge
Stainless Steel Bimini top frame and Navy Sunbrella top
Opening Deck Hatches on Forward Cabin Top
Fiberglass Dingy with Honda Outboard and Davit System
Davit electric winch and cable was replaced in 12/2011
Sunbrella cover for aft companionway hatchway
Varnished Transom, Name Boards and Light Boards
Chrome Search Light with Remote Controls
There are AC and DC Electrical Systems on Board
Four Circuit Breaker Panels at Lower Helm Station (2 AC & 2 DC)
Seperate Panel for Electronics above lower Helm Station
Fwd & Aft 240volt 50 Amp shore power connectors with Fuses
50' 50 Amp Shore Power Cord
15 KW Phasor Generator
3 KW DC-AC Inverter
2 Size 8-D Engine Starting Batteries (2011)
1 Size 8-D House Battery (2011)
1 Series 27 Generator Starting Battery (2011)
Appropriate Circuit Breakers for both AC and DC Circuits
Duplex outlets for AC appliances throughout interior
DC Light Fixtures in all interior areas with rocker switches
Most of the heavy machinery and equipment are installed in the engine room.
2 Caterpillar Engines, Gears, Shafts, Struts and Propellers
Heavy Coated engine drip pan beneath each engine
16 KW Phasor Generator
Batteries mounted in Fiberglass Boxes
Reverso Fuel Scrubber System
Dual Racor Fuel/Water Separators
(2) 500 gal Mild Steel Fuel Tanks
Aluminum 250 gal water tank
Aluminum 35 gallon Holding tank
Galley Maid DC Potable Water Pump and Pressure Tank
Bronze Sea Strainers for Engines Generator and Refrigeration
Raritan Water Heater
Adler-Barbour Refrigeration Compressor and Evaporator
(4) Air Conditioning Compressors and Evaporators
Electric Bilge Pumps with Float Switches
Manual Gusher Emergency Bilge Pump
Chain & Cable Manual Steering System
Emergency Tiller for Steering System
Two Fiberglass Rudders with Stainless Steel Posts & Bearings
Bronze Steering Tie Rod
Autopilot Pump and Steering Ram
(2) Marine Heads and Macerator Pumps
Bronze thru hull fittings with ball valves
Engine Room Exhaust Blowers
Engine & Generator Exhaust System and Mufflers
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: 888-874-4077Tel: Larry Leach (772) 770-4949