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1972 40 (ft.) Gran Mariner Ketch

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General Information

Listing# 51278

Price
$39,900.00
Location
East Greenwich, RI, United States
Manufacturer
Gran Mariner
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1972
Category
Ketch
Model
Ketch
Status
Used
Length
40 (ft.)
LOA
40
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
Diesel
Number of Engines
1

General Details

PRICE REDUCTION! This magnificent 1972 Gran Mariner 40’ Ketch is located in the Rhode Island, Mass area.

If you like classic yachts, this is a must see. The craftsmanship on this boat from the bulwarks, cabinetry, sole, even down to the belaying pins, are exquisite. The detail in the woodwork throughout the boat from the bow sprit to the stern rail is more than you ever see in todays yachts, and certainly not at this price.

She is a full keel ,fiberglass hulled boat, with a Perkins diesel engine, and fuel tank holding 75 gals, 2 water tanks holding 120 gals and 90 gals, pressure hot and cold water, propane stove with oven, and fireplace. Only 2300 hours on this Perkins diesel.

The boat comes with a full complement of sails, sheets, halyards,
fenders, life jackets , radio, radar etc.

“Mei Ling” has been sitting in her shed for the past three years and is anxious to get back in the water with the right owner.

Specifications

Additional Information
SPECIFICATIONS: 1972 Gran Mariner Ketch LOA – 46’ (including bowsprit & dinghy davits LOD – 40’ LWL – 30’ 2” Headroom – 6’ Beam – 11’ 5” Draft – 6’ Builder – Far East Boat Company Designer – William Gardiner Engine: 1972 Perkins 4-107 4 cylinder 49 hp freshwater cooled diesel inboard (raw-water heat exchanger). Approximately 2300 hours, Raycor fuel filter system, 7 knot cruising speed, 9 knot max speed, 90 gallon iron fuel tank. Electrical: New alternator, 3 vapor-proof selector switches (for maximum four batteries), circuit breakers, 110 volt shore power, Hailer, cabin lights, navigation lights, spreader lights, masthead lights, cockpit light. Electronics and Navigation: VHF-FM radio-weather, 5 ½ inch Ritchie pedestal-mounted compass, knot-meter, knot-log, apparent wind indicator, 2 fathometers, 16 mile radar, radar reflector, cetec-benmar auto-pilot, oil pressure, water temperature, tachometer. Construction: white fiberglass hull, fiberglass and wood non-skid deck (teak/beige), full keel, worm drive rudder, self-bailing cockpit, 2 seacocks, bow pulpit, custome stainless steel stern pulpit, double life lines, 2 boarding gates, stainless swim ladder, mahogany dinghy boarding ladder, 2 hatches, 4 opening ports, 2 dorade vents, wheel steering (custom ring in teak), custom belaying pins (in teak), teack cockpit grates, teak and Plexiglass companion way doors. Sails: Main Sail (Thurston long battens) Mizzen Sail (striped and re-resined) Mizzen Staysail Furling jib (new cover) Genoa #2 Jib (heavy air) Rigging: Sitka spruce spars, masts stepped on deck (both mast steps are new, West epoxy and teak), standing rigging is stainless, running rigging is Dacron, reaching strut, topping lifts both booms, inclometer, Dacron sheets, snatch blocks, winch handles, 9 winches. Accomodations: Sleeps 7, head equipped with toilet, sink, shower, hot and cold pressure water, 40 gallon holding tank (spare 30 gallon holding tank) macerator pump, selector valves for over-board pump. Galley to port equipped with double deep sink, 3 burner propane stove with oven and broiler, large ice box. Hot and cold pressure water (2 pressure pumps), engine and dockside hot water, 6 gallon water heater, 2 potable water tanks (one stainless, one fiberglass, for a total of 200+ gallons), brass and soapstone fireplace (stainless steel chimney, firewood locker), 3 hanging lockers, chart table, curtains, recent upholstery, 2 berth leeboards. General Inventory: 45# CQR anchor, 35# Danforth plow anchor, 65# Fisherman anchor, 22# Danforth, 80 feet of 3/8ths inch chain with 150 feet of ¾ inch nylon rode, 40 feet of 3/8ths inch chain with 200 feet of ½ inch rode, Ideal Anchor Windlass (chain wildcat and rode), electric bilge pump, manual bilge pump, dock lines, fenders, fender boards, first aid kit, fire extinguishers, life preservers, horseshoe life preserver, 2 tossable life rings, man overboard pole, high power searchlight, flares and guns,3 horns, bell, 2 deck chairs, set of international signal flags, forward hatch dodger, after hatch dodger, Bimini cockpit awning, wheel cover, instrumental panel cover, dinghy davits, 2 fiberglass dinghies, 6 boat jack stands.
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.
customContactInformation
Please contact the Listing Broker, Larry Rutter at (401)338-3554