This single engine Grand Banks 42 Classic was painstakingly designed by a locally renowned yachtsman. He has written several major articles on efficiency in both electrical systems, battery power and fuel efficiency. The design of every aspect of the boat's systems has been completely upgraded to the best possible level in every case. The maintenance schedule has been considered carefully and strategically to guarantee the best opportunity for every systems longevity. This is a very special boat and one that needs to be seen to truly understand.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Semi-Displacement
LOA: 42 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 1 in
LWL: 41 ft 1 in
Dry Weight: 34000 lbs
Total Power: 420 HP
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Year Built: 2002
Engine Model: 3126 B ACERT
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Fresh Water Tanks: (265 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (600 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 4
Number of heads: 2
Grand Banks 42 Classic
Traditional beauty and the most sophisticated of technological amenities are two of the winning attributes that have made the Grand Banks 42 Classic an ongoing hit. Without a doubt, Grand Banks' consistent commitment to evolutionary design has kept this model at the top of the charts in terms of dependability and resale value. This, of course, comes as no surprise to us. One look at the 42 Classic's exterior -- one step aboard its golden teak interior-- and the exceptional care with which this yacht is constructed is evident. The built-in comfort and convenience of the Grand Banks 42 Classic adds to its reputation. Owners tout its flexible, custom layouts as a big plus when it comes to choosing between a "singular living" or an "entertaining" lifestyle. For trips both short and long, most find its roomy sleeping, bathing, and galley accommodations a treat.
Her fuel efficiencey is legendary. This combination of electronic engine and the heavily built Grand Banks 42 hull combines to create an extraordinary long range cruising yacht. If an owner is comfortable just slowing down a little bit, the rewards in fuel efficiencey and range as well as cost of operation are massive. Please call for more information on what this can do for you.
Teak decking on exterior walk ways, Stainless steel hand rails and teak caprails. Courtesy lights, 12 volt Fresh water wash-down, fitting Scuppers, stainless steel Swim ladder, fold-up, stainless steel w/teak Swim platform, teak 12 slats Transom, teak Transom shower with retractable hose, hot/cold.
Island queen sized berth aft and completely private as well as separated from the guest cabins in the bow. Bureau with drawers Hanging locker with lined cedar wood Mattress, 6¨ foam, Mirror with teak frame Owner's Head/shower: Faucet, single lever Shower with drain pump, 12 volt Shower pan, cultured marble built in to counter top Toilet, marine Toilet paper holder Toothbrush holder Towel rack, Guest Stateroom: V-Berth forward cabin Hanging locker with lined cedar wood Mattress, 5¨ foam Guest Head/Shower: Faucet, single lever Mirror w/teak frame Shower with drain pump, 12 volt Shower, cultured marble built in to counter top Toilet, marine Toilet paper holder Toothbrush holder Towel rack. The great thing about the classic is the privacy when cruising and the ease of navigation between the spaces on board.
Entire electrical system painstakingly upgraded from Balmar Alternators to a completely upgraded charging system.
AC/DC distribution panels, 12 volt volt Air horn by Kahlenberg, generator, 12 volt Indicator and alarms, dual station, w/engine low oil pressure and temperature, bilge pumps, Batteries, AGM glass matte, with FRP boxes lids and straps, 1 x 8D engine starting, 2 x 4D house, 1 x 2D generator starting Battery charger, automatic, 12 volt 50 amp Battery condition indicator Battery switch, disconnect Battery switch, emergency paralleling with momentary switch, Bilge pumps (3), automatic, 12 volt Bonding system Carbon Monoxide detector in sleeping area Engine room blowers, 12 volt Engine room lights, 12 volt Engine gauges and instrumentation VDO analogue Engine start/stop twin stations Fresh water system, pressurized, 12 volt Galvanic Isolator Generator with sound shield, diesel, 9.0KW for 60Hz, 7.0KW for 50Hz Helm outlet, 12 volt at each station Holding tank discharge pump 12 volt Indicator light, reverse polarity Indicator light, holding tank Navigation lights, 12 volt Rudder angle indicator Outlets, galley engine room & heads, GFCI Protection, Shore power inlet, fwd & aft, Stereo/CD player with speakers & 10 disc CD changer TV/Phone inlet, aft Telephone outlets Water heater 20 gal, 120 or 220 volts Windshield wipers (3), 12 volts with speed control, auto park and washer Wiring, marine-grade tin-plated copper
Condiment locker, Countertop, CorianÆË with back splash guard Curtains treated with fire retardant spray Faucet, single lever Hanging locker Locker, overhead Microwave oven - convection Range/oven, electric Refrigerator/freezer, Sink, Corian with teak cover Waste basket.
Single Caterpillar 3126 B ACERT 420 HP electronic diesel engine Ball valve on thru hull above water line, Bilge pump, Drip pans under engines Engine Controls, dual lever throttle and gear shift controls, dual station,l Engine raw water intake strainers Engine room faucet, Engine room ladder Engine room platform FRP, Engine room sound insulation, Exhaust system including large pot muffler, Flexible couplings w/matching engine mounts Fuel filters, RacorÆË water separators on engine, Steel fuel tank baffled with upper & lower automatic self closing valves for sight gauges, Water separator on generator exhaust system, Propeller is NIBRAL and dynamically balanced, Seacocks on thru-hulls below waterline Shafts, Aqualoy Shaft logs with dripless shaft seals, Steering is hydraulic, Struts are bronze with rubber bearings, Sole in engine room is teak slats, Water tanks are stainless steel.
Bootstripe, painted Awl-Grip Blue, Epoxy barrier undercoat Gel-coated fiberglass exterior Hand laid fiberglass Hull structural, FRP molded and foam Hydrex resin skin coat in hull lamination Molded quarter guard with SS rubrail Solid fiberglass hull. The hull is well over 1 1/2 inches thick of solid fiberglass.
Anchor chain locker divided for two anchors, Anchor platform, fibreglass with pulpit, double Stainless steel roller, Chocks and mooring cleats, stainless steel Deck fills: diesel fuel/water and waste pump-out, Deck box on forward deck, Engine room vents, Delta T air demisters Flagstaff holders, bow and stern Flagstaffs, Bow and stern Fresh water faucet, fwd deck hand rails in stainless steel, Mast and boom aluminum, hinged and awlgripped, Rail gate at port, stbd and aft Rubrail, stainless steel striker plate on FRP Safety rails, teak or stainless steel Skylight hatches with screens and blinds in cabins Step plates at rail gate openings Trim tabs dual stations Vents for fuel and water tanks Windlass, chain and rode, CQR Anchor with Chain.
Electronic console, instrumentation raised dashboard, FRP molded
Fabrics for seat cushions, vinyl
Locker for propane/storage
Railing around flybridge windshields, stainless steel
Safety rails, intermediate
Settee - L, molded FRP
Steering wheel, teak with stainless steel rimmed
Table, teak with stainless steel pedestal
Chairs, arm chair, teak
Bar cabinet, teak
Chart locker, teak.
Two teak arm chairs, Teak Bar cabinet, Teak Chart locker, Compass, Electronics console, Teak Electronics locker, Overhead Engine room hatch with Ladder to engine room, Steering wheel, teak rimmed, Windshield with center opening Window, side windows opening both port and starboard, L-settee, w/storage, Straight settee to port, Table, teak, fixed.