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1981 36 (ft.) GRAND BANKS 36 Classic

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General Information

Listing# 132878

Price
$59,900.00
Location
Stuart, FL, United States
Manufacturer
GRAND BANKS
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1981
Category
Trawlers
Model
36 Classic
Status
Used
Length
36 (ft.)
Bridge Clearance
22.5
Beam
12.17
LOA
36
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
2715E
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Inboard

General Details

PATHFINDER is a fine example of the 36 Grand Banks Classic. Equipped with the very
reliable single 120hp Ford Lehman, she will cruise 8 knots at 2.25nm per gallon. The interior
of the Grand Banks is timeless. It has been modified over the years, but still remains virtually
the same as it was in the 1960’s when it was first introduced, with satin-varnished teak
throughout and teak parquet sole. There is more than ample stowage in hanging lockers, drawers & other tucked away spaces throughout the boat. Overall. PATHFINDER is an excellent example of the 36 Classic.

Specifications

Vessel Walkthrough
PATHFINDER is a two stateroom vessel with the traditional Grand Banks 36 Classic layout. Starting at the bow and moving aft, the forward cabin has a large V berth, hanging locker, drawers and private head with shower. Up a few steps to the Salon; helm is to starboard with a full complement of electronics. Deck door to starboard leads to wide side decks with bulwarks, stainless stanchions and varnished hand rails. Full Galley to port; aft of galley is a long bench seat. Opposite to starboard aft of the helm is a cabinet & L-shaped dinette w/fold-down teak table. The aft cabin is down a few steps and has a twin berth to starboard, hanging locker, drawers and plenty of storage. The Head is to forward with wet Head shower. A single berth is to port.
Forward Guest Stateroom
PATHFINDER is a two stateroom vessel with the traditional Grand Banks 36 Classic layout. Starting at the bow and moving aft, the forward cabin has a large V berth, hanging locker, drawers and private head with shower. Up a few steps to the Salon; helm is to starboard with a full complement of electronics. Deck door to starboard leads to wide side decks with bulwarks, stainless stanchions and varnished hand rails. Full Galley to port; aft of galley is a long bench seat. Opposite to starboard aft of the helm is a cabinet & L-shaped dinette w/fold-down teak table. The aft cabin is down a few steps and has a twin berth to starboard, hanging locker, drawers and plenty of storage. The Head is to forward with wet Head shower. A single berth is to port.
Salon
The Salon is also the traditional layout with the Galley-Up to forward port followed by long bench seat with plenty of storage. Directly across is an L-settee against the aft and starboard bulkhead. This is faced by the standard Grand Banks drop leaf table. The dry bar is forward of the settee . The lower helm is forward and to starboard with a starboard side deck door. The helm location has all her requisite engine controls an gauges with the AC and DC control panels located to starboard.  
Galley
The Galley is the straight line galley on the forward port side. Beginning at the console, there is a dish locker with hinged cover. This is followed by the Princess 3 burner stove with oven beneath which is a storage drawer for pots and pans. There is also a galley fan located in the overhead console near the stove. Aft of the stove is the S/S sink with reversible cutting boards. There are drawers, a hinged cupboard space below, and a pull-out counter extension. This is followed by a Norcold AC/DC refrigerator/freezer. At the end of the counter is a microwave oven and a cabinet above for glasses and small dishes. The Galley also has a swing out trash container on a teak door mounted on the port side of the helm station. The 12 gallon water heater as well as the Jabsco pressure water system with accumulator are located on the engine room on the outboard side of the port engine.  3-burner Princess electric stove w/oven  Norcold Refrigerator/Freezer  Single SS sink  Microwave - new 2004 Dockside water hook-up w/pressure regulator
Flybridge, Deck and Hull Equipment
The fly bridge is very spacious. The bench-type helm & companion seats have matching seats behind them. There is a bimini with a 3-sided Eisenglass enclosure that gives shade to the entire seating area. The wide teak decks are in excellent condition in the Flybridge. There are grab rails around the entire deck perimeter to enable crew to move safely around the decks in rough seas. At the bow is the excellent Simpson Lawrence Horizon 900 windlass which can be operated up/down at the bow or either helm station. On the starboard aft cabin, there is a set of dinghy chocks for the 10 ft. AVON dinghy which can hoisted into place using the boom and mast. Or use the specially designed dinghy swing-up system on the transom. • 10' AVON RIB with 8hp Yamaha 4-stroke Outboard • Teak decks at gunnel level refinished 09/2013
Navigation & Electronics Equipment
• 2 Garmin chartplotters • Furuno 1715 Radar • Apelco fish finder • Robertson A011 auto pilot. • Bow Thruster
Mechanical
• 120 hp Ford Lehman • Air Conditioning (3)
Disclaimer
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.