SUDIAN is a lovely, well-maintained Grand Banks 46 Classic model with the preferred two stateroom, galley down layout. She sleeps 4 - 5 in the two staterooms plus the main cabin. SUDIAN also features a full size washer, a full size dryer, 375HP, CAT 3208TAs, reverse cycle heat and air conditioning, and bow thruster. Her owner has spared no expense in her upkeep. She is stored in a heated shed in the winter months where she is easy to inspect.
Grand Banks are handsome traditional looking cruisers with a spacious interior and privacy for two couples or a family.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Grand Banks
Designer: Grand Banks
LOA: 46 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 0 in
Displacement: 43000 lbs
Fresh Water Tanks: (275 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (600 Gallons)
On deck the Grand Banks 46 features a true cockpit rather than just an aft deck, which makes this boat comfortable and safer for older couples and families with children. There is a transom door, which leads out to the swim platform. SUDIAN has nice wide side decks that lead to a large foredeck area. The electric anchor windlass is located at the aft end of the anchor platform. There are two anchor rollers at the outboard end of the anchor platform. One is for the fortress anchor and the other is for the Delta anchor. This anchor windlass is controlled either on the flybridge, the lower helm station or at the anchor windlass itself on the bow.
SUDIAN has a complete bimini and flybridge enclosure with an Eisenglass opening windshield and Eisenglass side curtains. SUDIAN has the extended bimini, which covers the entire aft area of the flybridge. This yacht has a spacious flybridge that can easily seat up to ten or twelve people. This owner had a custom individual helmsman seat mounted on top of the existing standard double helm seat that you find on most Grand Banks. This was done so the helmsman would have a more comfortable seat with better visibility and he would not slide from side to side if the boat were in any rolling conditions. At the aft end of the flybridge is the standard Grand Banks mast and boom. This mast houses all of the antennas plus the radar unit. There is a new electric winch that is installed on the boom, which is used to both raise and lower the tender into the water. The hard bottom inflatable tender is mounted in chocks on top of the aft trunk cabin. Please note that SUDIAN has the very desirable stainless steel hardware package. This means all rails, cleats, chocks, etc are stainless steel versus the standard bronze hardware.
Starting at the bow, there is a large forepeake locker which houses the entire chain anchor rode and the second chain and line anchor rode. Immediately aft is the large and spacious forward stateroom. There is a large V-berth that is 6 feet, 8 inches long and almost as wide. The berth has a filler piece that when installed makes the berth as large as a queen size berth. The bulkheads are all finished in off-white paint and on either side of the bunks are varnished teak ceiling planks. Custom shelves are located outboard on either side of the bunks as well as several additional shelves on the vertical bulkhead above the bunk. This stateroom also features a large hanging locker to port and a chest of draws located to starboard. There is a large hatch directly above on the centerline and opening windows on both the port and starboard sides, which together provide lots of natural light and ventilation.
Aft of the forward stateroom on the starboard side is the guest head. This is a large head with a separate stall shower. SUDIAN has a full size washer and a full size dryer mounted side by side in this head. Because they are mounted side by side both of these appliances also offer temporary shelf space when needed.
Opposite of this head to port is the galley. This galley is bright and airy because it is open to the main saloon and all light from the windshield penetrates down into this galley area. The galley is U-shaped and has two large stainless steel sinks located in the aft counter area. There is storage for dishes, utensils and dry goods, etc located aft of the sink and above the sink. The 3-burner propane stove and oven is located outboard to port. On the forward counter area is the double refrigerator area with both upper and lower refrigerator storage spaces. Both are housed in teak veneered doors and each unit has a temperature gauge located on the outside of the door. The separate zero degree, top-loading freezer is located all the way outboard to port on the aft galley counter. There is storage for large pots and pans forward of the stove and outboard to port under the countertop. There is a built in microwave oven.
There are four steps leading from the lower cabin area up into the main cabin area of the yacht. Immediately to starboard is the helm station which features full controls and electronics, a nice helmsman seat and a door out to the side deck. Opposite the helm station is the small breakfast countertop / nav table, which faces forward and looks out over the galley area and through the windshield. There are two swivel chairs at this breakfast counter. Also there is another door here leading out to the port side deck.
Immediately aft of the helm station is a bar and icemaker and then a large L-shaped settee, which comfortably accommodates four to six people. There is a hi/low table next to this settee and that table can be used either as a cocktail table or as a dining table when raised in the upper position with the two leafs fully extended. Opposite the settee to port are two comfortable barrel chairs with a TV / entertainment console located between them. This center console houses the TV and provides additional storage for other electronics, etc. It provides a tabletop with a separate 110-volt lamp for reading. This main cabin area is also bright and airy. In addition to the two opening doors and the opening centerline windshield there are sliding glass windows with screens on either side of the main cabin and two additional fixed windows at the aft end of the main cabin area.
Moving aft from the main cabin, the companionway to the owners aft stateroom is offset slightly to port. There are four steps, which lead down to this spacious owners stateroom. SUDIAN has the preferred large queen berth, which is offset slightly to starboard. There is a large chest of drawers outboard and to starboard of the berth. Opposite on the port side there is a separate vanity and a chest of six drawers. There is also a large counter space, which extends from the vanity over the bureau drawers. Between the vanity and the berth itself is another set of steps, which lead up to the aft cockpit area of the vessel. This separate companionway offers additional light and ventilation into the aft stateroom and provides a private entrance for the owner.
The head area in the aft stateroom is a split head. There is a separate stall shower located forward of the berth and to starboard. Opposite the berth to port is a nice head with a VacuFlush toilet, counter, sink, etc, etc. Located immediately forward of the berth between the head compartment and the stall shower is a double hanging locker which provides more than ample locker space for this size vessel. A nice feature of the Grand Banks 46 is that there is a tremendous amount of light in this aft stateroom because of the windows located on the port and starboard sides of this cabin and the windows that span the entire aft bulkhead of this cabin.
The interior of this Grand Banks is like most others. The painted bulkheads are all off-white with varnished teak trim. The main woodwork throughout the vessel is all varnished teak and the cabin sole has a satin finish varnished parquet floor.
The engine room is located underneath the main saloon area of the vessel. It can be accessed either by a hatch in the main cabin sole (because they have pneumatic assist pistons) or the preferred entry is by lifting up the steps which go down to the galley area. The engine room door is just aft of the steps and provides access into the engine room itself. Both engines are mounted high enough so they have accessible oil pans under them. The generator with its sound deadening hush box is located on the centerline just aft of these engines. The fuel tanks are located outboard on either side of the generator. All of the pumps, compressors and batteries are located here in the engine room.
Solid fiberglass hull
Cored fiberglass deck with teak overlay
White hull original coat
Dark blue boottop
Light blue bottom
Varnished teak exterior trim
Stainless steel rubrail
All stainless steel hardware = rails, cleats, chocks, stanchions and anchor rollers (2)
Interior joinerwork teak with satin finish and off white bulkheads
Teak parquet cabin sole (satin finish varnish)
Dark blue bimini top and side canvas
(10) Sliding small windows in trunk cabin
(4) Large sliding windows in deckhouse with screens
(2) Opening doors in deckhouse
(1) Opening door / hatch in aft stateroom
Wired for both 12 volt DC and 110 volt AC with full circuit breaker panel for each generator
8 kw - 110-volt generator
Heart 12v / 110v inverter with its own 4D (225 amp) battery for lighter 110v usage
Customized 12-volt electrical system designed and installed by Burr Brothers Boat Yard in Marion, MA
(4) Rolls 4D batteries (225-amp each)
Total battery amp hrs = 900 (2 house batteries + 2 engine start batteries)
Hot water tank (110 volt) and heats off of main engine
50-Amp shore power cable (50' long)
30-Amp shore power cable (50' long)
12-Volt lighting in all cabins
12-Volt lighting in engine room
110-volt plugs throughout the yacht for lamps and other appliances
Reverse cycle (110v) heat and air conditioning with 3 separate zones
Life raft-Avon 8-man (repacked 2009) (Cold weather bottom)
Bow thruster (rebuilt 2007)
Full size washer and full size dryer
Electric dinghy winch (new 2008)
Kahlenberg air horns
Windlass controls at both helm stations and at anchor platform
Carbon monoxide detectors (2)
Custom blinds in main saloon
Snap-on outside window covers in saloon (white mesh)
TV with satellite antenna
Stabilizers Naiad (fins presently removed and in storage)
(2) Vacuflush heads (fresh water)
Fresh water anchor chain washdown pump
Dinghy-hard bottom inflatable with new 2009 8hp outboard
Extra filtered drinking water faucet in galley
Clock and barometer
Fortress 60lb aluminum anchor rode
50-foot chain and 300 feet, 3/4 inch nylon rode
Delta anchor 40lb
300-foot chain (all new 2004)
Watermaker-Sea Recovery 12V (18gph)
Fire extinguishers (5)
Hot water tank new 2006
Transom door from cockpit to swim platform
Grunert cold plates refrigeration system for refrig and separate freezer (new 110 volt compressors in 2009)
(2) Custom folding deck chairs
Icemaker in main cabin (new compressor 2009)
Outside shower in cockpit (hot and cold)
Charts and basic nav gear
Dishes, glasses, pots, pants, utensils
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.