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|Model||42 Classic Trawler|
ANNIE M is no ordinary 1977 vintage Grand Banks 42 Classic Trawler. Due to her superb ownership, ANNIE M shows extremely well, offering many upgrades and improvements, most notably her new fiberglass decks, and fuel tank replacement with S/S tanks. Her John Deere engines have been very reliable and parts are still readily available. Please review the listing carefully and call if you wish to see her. Thank you for your interest.
HULL & DECK:
White gelcoat with molded in plank design, Blue Awlgrip whale stripe and boot top stripe, red bottom.
Interlux Micron Extra with Biolux bottom paint – 2 ½ coats in 2018.
Teak decks were taken up by previous owner; coring replaced as necessary and new fiberglass decks installed with Awlgrip finish.
Teak swim platform.
New 2010 cushions for flybridge benches.
New Stamoid flybridge cover 2018.
Painted white mast & boom, hinged at deck for lowering.
Teak anchor platform with single roller.
Teak spoked wheels at both helm stations.
Teak cap rails, bronze stanchions and teak handrail.
Boarding gates port, starboard and aft.
All exterior windows were painted in 2018 and 2019.
Fuel: 500 gallons in 6 S/S tanks; new 2007-previous owner replaced fuel tanks with S/S tanks (3 each side).
Water: 200 gallons in S/S tanks.
Holding: 35 gallons in poly tank with macerator pump and pumpout.
ENGINE & MECHANICAL:
Twin John Deere 6404 diesels, 136 hp, 6 cylinder, FWC naturally aspirated.
Approx. 4200 hours per letter from previous owner who had gauges changed at 2584 hours.
2021 4 new cutlass bearings installed, stuffing box repacked, water line and running gear repainted.
Raw water pumps replaced: Starboard 2007, port in 2018.
Racor filters with remote vacuum gauges at lower helm.
Kobelt single lever engine controls.
New accumulator tank installed 2018.
There are two fresh water pumps installed for easy switching between them if necessary.
Reverso oil change system installed 2007 serving both engines and genset.
S/S shafts; 3 bladed bronze props.
Cruising speed: 8 knots.
Maximum speed: 9.0 knots.
New 7KW Westerbeke genset with sound shield installed 2006, with 690 hours.
Shore power: 2-30 amp inlets located port side forward of midships.
2 reverse cycle heat/air conditioning units - unit that serves the cabins had a new compressor with digital controls installed 2017.
11 gallon water heater replaced 2019 – 110V or engine cooling water heat exchanger Capable of running on 110V.
4-8D batteries (new 2015).
Heart inverter charger will run microwave, TV, some lights and receptacles from batteries.
Battery monitor system.
CO monitor and smoke detectors.
New 100 amp alternators 2018/2019.
For six in a very attractive varnished teak interior with teak parquet soles.
Classic Grand Banks 42 layout with vee berths forward, two wide single berths in the aft cabin with two enclosed heads.
The main salon has a berth in the dinette.
This boat has a custom helm bench at the lower helm, with the starboard door aft of it.
There is an icemaker (non-functional) and wine storage built in under this seat.
Varnished teak joinery with varnished teak parquet soles in the main salon.
Hi-lo dinette table.
Navy striped commercial grade fabric banquette cushions.
There are two teak Grand Banks dining chairs with matching upholstery.
Curtains on all salon windows.
Opposite the dinette is afolding table and an under-the-counter Norcold 110V/12V refrigerator with a teak counter.
Portside galley is located opposite the lower helm with a three burner Princess electric stove with oven, a double bowl sink, a combination microwave/convection oven, and a second dual voltage refrigerator under counter.
Aft head has a telephone style shower (wet head), a sink and Vavuflush fresh water W.C.
Forward head has a telephone-style shower. It was replumbed in 2019 and remodeled to use as the primary shower.
Vee berth and forward head were painted in 2019; master cabin and rear head painted 2021.
Koden radar at lower helm, dated but functional.
Garmin chartplotter, 6” screen, can be used at either helm, dated but functional.
2005 Depthsounders at both helms.
Standard Horizon VHF at lower helm, with remote control mic on flybridge.
Windlass with up/down Imtrex control; wired remote works from port side.
35# CQR anchor with 200’ +/- chain rode with 100’ nylon spliced on.
One LPG tank-10 lbs.
Gas BBQ grill.
Spreader and masthead lights.
Snap on screens for all doors, windows, vee berth hatch and companionway hatch.
Stamoid bimini with stamoid storage boot; bimini has heavy duty zippers to receive an enclosure if desired.
Stamoid covers for companionway hatch and both cabin doors.
Stereo and speakers.
24" Visio Smart TV with a Bose sound bar.
Saltwater washdown pump at bow.
Forward hatch cover.
Bronze bell; boathook.
Lifesling; fenders; docklines.
Ensign and staff.
EXCLUSIONS: PHOTGRAPHS; ARTWORK; OWNER’S TOOLS; SMALL WICKER TABLE & DECK CHAIRS.
COMMENTS: ANNIE M is no ordinary 1977 vintage Grand Banks 42 Classic Trawler. Due to her superb ownership, ANNIE M shows extremely well, offering many upgrades and improvements, most notably her new fiberglass decks, and fuel tank replacement with S/S tanks. Her John Deere engines have been very reliable and parts are still readily available. Please review the listing carefully and call if you wish to see her. Thank you for your interest.
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.
Mechanical Disclaimer: Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meter. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise, and major overhauls as well as ALL other representations noted on the listing.
DISCLAIMER TO BOARD VESSEL: In the event the Buyer boards the vessel either on land or in the water without a broker or owner, the Buyer(s) agrees and understands he boards at his sole risk and liability.
|Engine Make||John Deere|
|Engine Make||John Deere|
|Fresh Water Tank|