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|Offered By||East Coast Yacht Sales - Annapolis, MD|
This stunning Grand Banks 42 Classic has been lovingly cared for And is in excellent condition.
A highly desirable and rare late model 42 classic offering featuring many coveted options -
Currently in indoor storage in River Forests Stuart location. Please call listing broker to arrange a showing.
Grand Banks are a delight to be onboard. With extensive natural light and ventilation and a full varnished teak interior they ensconce the lucky owner and guests in a warm bright and airy interior. With the significant reverse cycle (heats & cools) air conditioning capacity she will be comfortable in any season. Forward Cabin
V-berth forward with filler cushion and drawers under. Cedar lined hanging locker and teak bureau to port; Head to starboard with Corian sink/countertop and Raritan Elegance head. Next to port is galley - see below for description.
Helm station to starboard with custom sliding healmseat covered in indigo blue ultra-suede and teak steering wheel. Bar cabinet w/110V U-Line icemaker flushed inside and L-settee with indigo blue ultra-suede directly behind helm station, rectangular yacht table with flip-up leaves and fixed pedestal at L-settee. To port are two Grand Banks arm chairs covered with indigo blue ultra-suede followed by a stereo cabinet with a Clarion stereo system with 6 speakers in saloon area. Starboard side door adjacent to the helm and port side door just aft of the galley.
Head to port with Corian sink/countertop and Raritan Elegance head. Followed by bureau and writing desk with TV outlet jack on top of bureau and phone outlet jack at writing desk. Hanging locker with shower stall behind to starboard followed by a bureau with drawers between the top and underside of deck. Small Lewmar hatch over shower with Oceanair blind and screen. Queensize island berth in center.
Helm Station Area
Galley is located aft to port of forward cabin directly opposite the helm station.
Wired for 12 Volt DC and 110 Volt AC service. A Westerbeke 12.5 kw generator in a sound shield handles heavier loads when off the dock while a Trace 2000 watt inverter handles lighter loads
110 Volt AC
12 Volt DC
Twin Caterpillar 3126B fresh water cooled diesel engines turn 28X26 4 bladed propellers on 2" stainless steel shafts through Twin Disc 2.47:1 reduction gears. While capable of higher cruise speeds all three owners report having generally cruised the boat at app 2000 RPM doing 10.5 - 11 knots.
Solid fiberglass hull with molded in plank lines, spray rails and rub rail.
We have been fortunate to have been with the sale of this vessel when new as well as with owners #2 and #3. All have taken superb care of her. Initially, she was cruised in New England from Cape Cod to Penobscot Bay and then stored in a heated shed 9 months of the year. Then, under her second owner, she did 3/4 of the great loop over a period of a year and a half. She was then sold to her third owner in Florida who brought her back home to Maine. The current owners' use has been very light, seasonal use and again stored inside 8+ months per year, generally in a heated shed. She looks like a vessel half her age!
|Propeller Type||4 Blade|
|Propeller Type||4 Blade|
|Max Bridge Clearance||6.86m|
|Length at Waterline||12.52m|
|Fresh Water Tank||2 x 1022.06 l (Aluminium)|
|Fuel Tank||2 x 2271.25 l (Steel)|
|Holding Tank||1 x 151.42 l (Plastic)|