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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Cheboygan, MI
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 115,000
This 1987 Grand Banks 36' Classis is NEW to the market and a MUST SEE for anyone considering a Grand Banks! PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP SHOWS! Located in beautiful fresh-waters of Lake Michigan and ready to deliver worldwide. Call today to schedule a private showing!
For further information please contact:
Please contact Elliott Falls at 866.490.JBYS(5297)
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Beam: 12 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 0 in
Bridge Clearance: 13 ft 1 in
Dry Weight: 23500 lbs
Total Power: 135 HP
Engine Brand: Ford Lehman
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 5300
Engine Power: 135 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (175 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (400 Gallons)
The 36 Grand Banks will go down in history as one of the greatest boats of its time. Whether you are thinking about the Great Loop, Long distance passages, or just hanging out at the harbor, you will be in the right boat in this 36 Classic. Well maintained by her owner, she is Loop Ready. Grand Banks owners appreciate the craftsmanship and quality of the Classic Trawler. You can’t beat her efficiency and sea-keeping ability, which are important. Once you own a Grand Banks Trawler you never look back. Experience one of the most Elegant boats on the lake by calling today to get onboard this beautiful yacht.
Capable of true deep-water cruising, the Grand Banks 36 Heritage CL was a sea-worthy performer that spoke in equal measure to adventure, safety and beauty.
From the very first glance, it was easy to see why this Grand Banks-built, Ken Smith-designed yacht excelled in all areas.
Handsome golden Burmese teak was liberally used both above and below deck, a Grand Banks trademark that repeated itself along the main deck, swim platform, transom boarding steps, wide-side decks, port starboard and stern boarding gates. Along the wide expanse of flybridge, you would have found teak-slat seating for six adults.
Those who boarded saw teak parquet on the cabin soles and handcrafted teak locker and drawer space, yacht table, settee, bar cabinet and helm station.
As for personal comfort, one visit below and it's easy to see why this cruiser was meant for the long-haul: the generous master stateroom came standard. For privacy and comfort, the shower stall stood alone and the adjoining toilet compartment had full headroom. The forward stateroom had a large hanging locker and plenty of storage space. Its adjoining toilet compartment had full headroom and housed both a shower and cultured-marble, built-in sink/countertop.
Owners also prized the boat's proven reputation for superior stability and all-weather dependability. As for the noise, each single or twin diesel engine was muffled thanks to special engine room insulation.
Overall, an economical operation with an abundance of style.
3 AC/Heat units (2-6k BTU & 1-12K BTU)
The vessel is entered through either Starboard or Port hinged door from the teak companionways. Directly aft of the starboard side deck door is a cabinet then an L shaped settee with a table and 2 folding leafs. There are several overhead LED lights in the salon and all the large windows, which provide a panoramic view and also open to allow good cross ventilation. The windows all have interior drapes for privacy.
Full berth with LOTS of storage to port. There are two sliding windows with drapes to port and starboard. The master stateroom head and shower is located forward to starboard of the berth. It has a head with marble sink and vanity. To port are lockers for hanging clothes.
The guest cabin is forward can sleep two adults in her V-berth. A second head with shower is aft and to starboard of the v-berth w/marble sink with vanity.
Princess (3) burner stove with oven
Good storage and cooking surface
(2) VHF (Cobra and Icom) Radios
Kenwood Radio with CD player, XM Radio, Pandora
Westerbeke 8KW generator
50 Amp Shore power
Marinco Cords and adapters
Solidstate Battery charger
40 Amp battery charger
(2) 8D engine & house batteries (replaced in 2014)
DECK & EXTERIOR
Teak decks and cockpit
Essex electric windlass
35# CQR anchor w/ all chain rode
22# Danforth anchor w/ chain leader and 150 ft nylon rode
Bimini top w/ three front and side curtains, and back enclosure sewed with Gortex thread
Folding mast w/ boom for steading sail and dinghy launch
Newer seat cushions on flybridge
Canvas covers for deck hatch & aft stateroom door
Inflatable RIB on tilt dinghy davits
Teak dinghy chocks on aft cabin top, and or Bicycle mounts (2)
Both VHF Radios and antennas
Bimini and full enclosure
Fly Bridge Cusions
Shades in Main Salon
Custom Carpet in Main salon
Reconditioned Propeller (efficiency)
All Engine hoses and heat exchangers
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.