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1991 46 (ft.) GRAND BANKS Classic

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General Information

Listing# 13061

Islamorida, FL, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
46 (ft.)
Fuel Type

General Details

1991 Grand Banks 46 Classic “TWINS”. See full specifications for full details.

Additional Equipment

Boat Specifications: Hull # 95 Builder: Grand Banks/American Marine LOA: 46' Beam: 14' 9” Draft 4’ 6” Displacement: ~40000# Air Drafts / Bridge Clearance Windshield – 15’, Mast – 29’, Antennae’s 33’ Twin CAT 3208 375TA’s, ~2700 hours Cruising Speed: ~9 @1200 rpm Maximum Speed: ~20 @ 2400 rpm Fresh Water Tanks: 290 gallons Fuel Tanks: 600 gallons Fuel Economy ~2.3mpg / ~4 gallons/hr (last 5000 hrs) Generator: Westerbeke 8kw, ~1300 hrs Overview of Boat Layout TWINS has the desirable two-stateroom, galley-down layout. Forward finds the guest stateroom with spacious v-berth, generous drawer and hanging locker storage, two opening windows and opening hatch overhead with screens. Stacked washer/drier is found to starboard with storage concealed by a sliding teak door. Guest head aft to starboard with vanity, sink, vacuflush toilet, separate stall shower with hatch overhead and two windows. Galley is directly across the companionway to port with Gruenert cold plate refrigeration system using the existing classic and beautiful Grand Banks factory refrigerators and freezer. Up four steps to the salon with lower helm to starboard, port and starboard doors to the side decks, helm seat with U-line icemaker underneath, L- shaped settee with storage underneath, finished yacht table, entertainment center featuring a new flatscreen TV interfaced to the satellite TV system. Down five steps to the full-beam master stateroom, one will find the island queen berth, generous drawer and locker storage, writing desk with stool and split head with vanity and sink with vacuflush toilet to port and spacious stall shower to starboard. Interior is gorgeous with custom woodwork and cabinetry from Grand Banks and warm teak parquet floors. More Recent Improvements by Owners: Upper Helm/Exterior: New bimini top with a screen enclosure for upper deck, “the back porch”, with newer isinglass on the front three panels Helm seating upgraded from old bench style to modern helm seating, features a flexsteel twin helm seat and a sea furniture mate chair. Original bench seats have been converted to storage pedestals. New Sunbrella upholstery on bridge seat cushions. New Sumbrella upholstery for L-shaped sitting area Custom privacy / sun shade screens for all external windows Custom canvas rail covers for teak rails, canvas covers for upper bench seat and table New Deck Chairs Mechanical and Electrical Systems: Two New Raymarine E-120W Color touchscreen chartplotters (Dec 2010) New Raymarine Digital Radar (Dec 2010) New seawater pump on generator (rebuilt by Depco Pump, 2010) New pump for water system (also rebuilt by Depco, 2010) New Vetus Bowthruster (Dec 2009) Newer instrument battery bank (twin 250 amp/hour 6 volt batteries, Nov 2009) New inverter batteries (4, 250 amp/hour 6 volt batteries, Nov 2009) Replaced head and holding tank piping with Trident Premium Sanitation Hose (Nov 2009) New nibril props by Michigan Wheel, tuned up old props for spares. (April 2008) KVH Trackvision satellite television system (2008) Interior: New red ultrasuede upholstery fabric for salon L-settee, new accenting upholstery on teak chairs New curtains in master cabin, bathroom, showers and v-berth New custom-sewn bed covers for beds in both cabins New premium mattress in master cabin (2009) Broan Trash Compacter (2007) Force 10 Propane Stove/Oven (2007) New Stainless Microwave (2007) Flat Screen HD TV Dirt Devil Central Vacuum, in Saloon and hose that reaches all the boat New Sony Marine stereo systems (2) including 6 interior speakers with individual volume controls, 4 Sony Marine speakers (two on bridge, two on foredeck). Recent Major Maintenance: Brightwork stripped to wood and revarnished in 2010, eyebrow rebidded. Bottom Paint (sanded and painted in Dec 2010 after drying on the hard for 6 months) Running Gear Painted and new shaft zincs Windows stripped to wood and repainted (Awlgrip Epoxy) Coolant system flush with Rydlyme (2007) Normal maintenance items such as oil and filter changes, impellers, engine zincs, etc. are done on a routine basis. Listing of standard equipment and features with this boat Saloon Lower helm station w/full electronics and instrumentation L-shaped couch to starboard with new sumbrella upholstery Access to engine room is through floor hatch in saloon U-line automatic icemaker is located under helm seat Weems & Plath Tide Brass Clock Snap on screen covers for both doors Dual doors to port and starboard from saloon Twin teak sitting chairs to port, new upholstery Flatscreen TV with Dish satellite receiver, DVD Intercom to helm and master stateroom Weems & Plath Brass Barometer AM/FM Stereo CD with Ipod hookup Galley Galley is down and features two Gruenert holding plate refrigerators stacked one above the other, installed in stainless steel lined and insulated Grand Banks teak boxes. A freezer with twin Gruenert holding plates is located aft inboard in the galley under the classic GB meatlocker hatch. There is a newer stainless steel microwave oven. The stove is a 3-burner Force 10 Propane Stove with Oven. (Note that the original Princess Electric stove/oven is available if it is preferred over the propane system.) . Whirpool washer and dryer enclosed in closet Princess 3-burner Propane w/oven (2007) Water heater ( also heated by engine underway) Icemaker/ freezer, U-line 110v Seagull drinking-water filtration system and tap Overhead hatch with screen Grunert holding plate refrigerators w/deep freeze Broan trash compactor (2007) Pressure fresh water system with filter Custom Maple cutting board (stove cover) Ample storage space, including floor lockers Raritan water heater Master Stateroom Master stateroom is located aft and features a queen berth with storage under the berth for charts as well as drawers for storage. The stateroom features a split head and stall shower arrangement and large hanging lockers with an extensive amount of drawer and cabinet storage space. Island queen bed Separate shower Steps to aft door to aft cockpit Lots of storage space in hanging locker and drawers Head with vaccuflush New Mattress in 2009 Snap on screen for back hatch and doors Chart drawer under bed Guest Stateroom The guest stateroom features a large V-berth with a guest head and shower, large hanging locker and many drawers and lockers for storage. The head is a vacu-flush freshwater head. There is a large hatch over the berth for ventilation and light as well as two opening windows. There is a screen for the hatch. Flybridge The flybridge is accessed on the port side through a series of steps. It features new helm seating instead of the original bench system for improved cruising comfort and visibility. Forward to starboard is the upper steering station featuring complete engine instrumentation with VDO gages, synchronizer, windlass control and modern chartplotter. The flybridge canvas is in nice shape and is enclosed on three sides by isinglass. On the aft portion of the flybridge is a custom screen enclosure. Eisenglass in the front three panels has been replaced. Electronics (at upper and lower helms) Raymarine E120W touchscreen chartplotters (2010) Raymarine digital radar (2010) Icom VHF radio’s Danforth Constellation Compass Windlass controls Autohelm Digital Depth Display Simrad AP25 Autopilot Raytheon Hailer (upper) AM/FM Stereo CD with Ipod hookup Synchronizer Electrical System/Batteries 120V AC electrical system 8kw Westerbeke generator Twin 8d House Batteries Newmar Inverter/charger with battery bank Thruster battery bank w/charger 12V DC electrical system Onboard marine battery charger, Phase 3 PT70A Independent 4d Generator Battery Separate instrument battery bank under helm Generator Sound Shield Enclosure Engine /Mechanical Equipment Twin 375/hp Caterpillar 3208 TA’s Morse Engine controls--salon and bridge Groco Sea Strainers for all through hulls Twin bilge blowers, 12v Racor Fuel filters, engines and generator Automatic bilge pumps (2) Manual wheel steering 30 x 28 Nibril Propellers Spare Propellers Marine Air reverse cycle w/3 separate units Glendinning engine synchronizers Boat Leveler Trim Tabs Engine temperature alarms Engine oil pressure alarms Hot water heating via Port Engine Paragon Sr Water pump system, filter Vetus bow thruster (2009) Groco Oil Change system for Engines and Generator Decks The Grand Banks 46 Classic features large walk-around side decks planked in teak, huge lazarette storage space and aft deck seating area. Dinghy storage is located on the starboard side aft side cabin trunk. This boat includes a boom and 12v winch that make launching a dingy easy. There is a bow platform with twin large stainless steel anchor rollers and electric windlass by Lofrans. Rail varnish in excellent condition (2010) Windows stripped and painted (2010) Teak swim platform with swim ladder SS Side stanchions Wash down system Double anchor roller Bimini top (new 2007) Mast for stabilizer sail 30kg Bruce Anchor with chain/line rode Spurs line cutters on propeller shafts