OFFERED at $ 350,000
ALL FIBERGLASS NON-SKID DECKS
18 Knots + max speed
Cruise 8 to 12 knots
This is an excellent late model example of the flagship of the Grand Banks line of "Classic" trawlers. Traditional design, spacious acomodations and sea keeping ability are three of the reasons the GB 49 continues to be a popular choice for experienced cruisers world wide. A long list of high end equipment includes Wesmar Stabilizers, 450 h.p. Caterpillar diesels, 15kw generator, 400 GPD Watermaker, Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning, Cold Plate Refrigeration, Washer & Dryer, State of the Art Electronics and 10' Apex RIB Dingy with 25 h.p. outboard motor. All the interior spaces are very spacious including the walk-in utility room and engine room. There are three staterooms and two full heads with showers. The forward stateroom has an ensuite water closet. The saloon features a large L-Settee, drop leaf yacht table, full galley and helm station with bench helm seat. The high horsepower 3208 Cat diesels provide an amazing top speed of 18+ knots and a very wide cruising speed range. Her current owners and two previous owners cruised the boat extensively and have provided good maintenance. This is solid stabilized Grand Banks with capability of near 20 knot top speed. 1,000 Gallon fuel capacity provides excellent range at hull speed cruising.
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Twin Caterpillar 450 H.P. 3208 Diesel Engines
The interior arrangement is the typical galley up layout which provides for three staterooms and two full heads with showers. The forward V-berth cabin is spacious and has a hanging locker, six under berth storage drawers, large v-berths with storage beneath and a hidden marine head. There is a deck hatch and two opening ports for natural lighting and ventilation. The second forward cabin is starboard side aft of the forward cabin. This cozy cabin has seperate twin berths with storage drawers, a hanging locker and opening ports. The head with seperate shower enclosure is portside opposite the guest cabin. This head has an opening port, marble sink and Vacu-Flush marine head. The engine room and utility room access is via the hinged companionway steps. The utility room has a work bench, wash basin and seperate washer and dryer units. A sliding hatch and hinged teak louvered door seperates the the forward companionway from the saloon/galley.
The volumous saloon has the galley portside, full helm station with fixed seat on the starboard side and the L-settee and yacht table aft and starboard. The galley has two cold plate refrigerators and one freezer. There is ample dish storage, drawers and cabinets. A second engine room access is via hinged hatch in the sole and a removable aluminum ladder. The saloon has two entry doors and large opening windows on three sides and three large windshield panels. A bar with bottle and glass storage and an icemaker adjoins the settee.
The aft cabin is reached from the aft companionway in the saloon via two hinged teak doors and stairway. The aft cabin features an island queen bed, huge hanging locker, a desk/dressing table, several large drawers and a stow away ladder for the aft companionway. There are opening ports port and starboard and the aft companionway has teak doors, hinged hatch, screens and a sunbrella dodger.
The ensuite head has a tub with shower, mirrored vanity with marble basin and a Vacu-Flush marine head. There is an opening port to starboard.
All areas in the interior spaces have beautiful teak parquet soles with framed and fitted hatches with bronze pulls. All the interior joinery is typically Grand Banks quality finished in numerous coats of satin varnish. Neutral soft goods and ultra sued upholstery provides a simple yet warm and rich decor.
The popular galley up arrangement is portside and is well equipped and is very convenient for food preparation underway. The nearby drop-leaf table makes food service convenient.
Electronic and navigation/communication equipment is installed at the flybridge and the saloon helm stations. The Flybridge station has an enclosed electronics beneath the helm console. Most equipment at the lower station is mounted in an overhead panel. Brackets for the Garmin GPS are installed at both stations so the unit can be moved to either location.
There are two complete electrical systems on board. There are hard wired and duplex outlet electrical connections. The wiring is all appropriately sized and insulated in built-in wire chases. High quality circuit breakers, meters, switches and lighting is installed throughout.
Most of the heavy mechanical equipment is located in the engine room and beneath the lazarette.
"Grand Time" is currently berthed in Vero Beach, FL and will be cruising the ICW to the Chesapeake Bay area in late Spring. Fairly priced and cruise equipped she deserves the notice of serious cruising yachtsmen seeking a very capable high quality trawler.
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.