This Grand Banks Classic has been owned by the same meticulous owner for the past 17 years, with the first owner being as equally meticulous. Her home port is Prospect KY, so she has benefited from spending a large portion of her life in fresh water. She successfully completed the Great Loop in 2012.
A few of her features are:
Twin 375 HP 3208 Cat engines. Caterpillar SOS oil analysis has been performed at every oil change and every analysis has indicated normal wear. Crankcase pressures are similar to a brand new engine.
In January 2018 an authorized Cat Service Center performed a complete service of the raw water system on both engines which included removal of heat exchangers, after coolers and transmission coolers; acid wash, testing and inspection, cleaning, replacing hoses and pipes as needed from the seacocks all the way through the exhausts. Gaskets and seals were replaced and the turbocharger inspected.
She features Naiad stabilizers to dampen roll in beam seas. In January 2017 both stabilizers were completely rebuilt to include two (2) new shafts, all new bearings and races, seals, hydraulic rams, hoses as needed, filters, etc. The stabilizers should give dependable service for years to come.
She features Galleyup.
The Aft stateroom has an Island Queen Bed, head and separate shower stall, two hanging lockers, a writing desk and lots of storage.
The Forward stateroom features a "V" berth, head with shower, hanging locker and lots of storage space.
Includes 10 ft inflatable dinghy and 2018 Mercury outboard engine.
Two completely rebuilt and tuned spare props are stored in the lazarette.
Electronics include Raymarine 48" open ray radar, C90 and C120 chartplotters, GPS, depthsounder, etc. Raymarine autopilot
Glendinning engine synchronizers
Westerbeke 8.0 BTD generator with 1487 hours in sound proof housing
Ideal windlass and 3 anchors of various weights.
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