- 36 (ft.)
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If you are familiar with Grand Banks, you will know that they are renowned for building very fine boats. This 36 Sedan Trawler is the kind of boat that earned that reputation. It is rare sedan model (rather than the more common aft cabin) that is as tight and dry as the day it was new.
Of course, not all credit can go to the builder. In this case, the boat has also benefited from an exceptional owner. He has spent the last several years treating her to the kind of tender loving care that most people waste on their children.
The hull has been taken back to bare wood, epoxied and painted; the cabin house, windows and decks have received similar treatment; and the twin engines have had their injectors rebuilt and heat-exchangers cleaned out. Oh, and did I mention the new electronics?
Put simply, everything that needed to be done has been done. The boat is turnkey. Call now.
- V-berth forwards with hanging locker to port. (NEW mattress & bedding 2008) Head with Vacu-flush toilet and hand held shower to starboard. Spacious salon with helm to starboard, inline galley to port, and convertible dinette & settee aft.
- Hull & Deck
- The hull from the rubrail down was taken down to bare wood, given 3 coats of Smiths penetrating expoxy, and then repainted in 2009. The marine ply of the subdecks has been replaced where necessary, and the teak decks were fully recaulked. The decks are inspected regulary and any loose plugs replaced. The windows in the deck house have been replaced with new stainless steel frames, and new safety glass in 2008. The cabin sole was taken down to bare wood, and given 15 coats of varnish. The boat was tented and fumigated in 2009 (although no termites were found.) There is no sign of dry rot. And the brightwork shines!
- In 2009, the owner installed a new Raymarine system that includes: Radar GPS / Plotter Depth VHF There is also a Garmin GPS on the flybridge.
- Twin fresh-water-cooled Ford Lehman engines. 120HP each. 2815 hours. Naturally aspirated. Fuel consumption at cruise (81/2 knots, 1725 RPM) is around 4 1/2 gallons per hour. The owner has cleaned out all the heat-exchangers, replaced all hoses & belts, rebuilt injectors, and servced as necessary. Both prop shafts were removed and refurbished by Wilmington Propellor 2008.
- Ground tackle
- NEW Lewmar H2 electric windlass with remote helm controls. 35lb Delta anchor at the bow with 200' of 5/16th HT chain. Danforth anchor at the stern with rode.
- 110v AC system & 12 volt DC . Xantrex 2k/w inverter. 6 X 6v house batteries provide 1005 amp hours. (Enough for 4-5 days on the hook without running the engines.) 1 x 8D starting battery. (All batteries were NEW in 2008, and their cables were upgraged at that time.) Electroguard bonding system with a single hull zinc.
- Inline galley to port. Force 10 3-burner LPG stove. (No oven.) U-Line refrigerator.
- Additional Information
- There is a stainless steel frame for a cockpit bimini, but the owner doesn't use it, so it will require installation and canvas. Windshield wiper motors work, but they are not wired. DINGHY & OUTBOARD, AND PORTABLE COOLER ARE EXCLUDED FROM SALE.
- 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.