- 42 (ft.)
- Hull Material
- Fuel Type
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- Number of Engines
- Engine Hours
"Promises" is an impeccable example of one of the most highly regarded cruising yachts ever made. She is hull #1461 of a grand total of 1,560 Grand Banks' 42s made since production first began in 1965. Kept predominantly on the brackish waters of the Chesapeake Bay her current owners purchased "Promises" from us back in 2007. They have maintained the boat with an open checkbook, have full records and she is ready for her next owner to get right on board and enjoy!
Powered by the twin 375hp CAT 3208's, "Promises" benefits from the most preferred engine package for those seeking reliability, economy, and the flexibility to actual pick up and run if weather or scheduling dictate the need. At 34,900lbs she cruises quite efficiently and comfortably between 8 and 12 knots and at wide open throttle she will see speeds reaching 18 knots.
"Promises" has seen a numerous updates and additions to her inventory throughout her lifetime and she is well equipped with a full list of cruising, comfort, and safety features. She is a pleasure to show and is currently in indoor heated winter storage. Within 20 minutes of BWI Airport and convenient to Baltimore, Washington, and Annapolis, "Promises" is not to be missed by any serious GB buyer!
- Teak cabinetry Solid teak parquet soles Lined drapes Formica topped bureaus Chrome Grand Banks reading lights Standard Grand Banks settee upholstery (6) Lift-up settee seats w/storage under (2) person settee on port w/storage under Starboard L-settee has corner table/storage and seats 4 (2) Teak upholstered arm chairs Bar cabinet with glass and bottle storage Halogen & LED overhead lighting (mixed white & red for night vision) Indirect rope lighting under valences Stereo cabinet with Sony AM/FM/CD player and (6) speakers (New 2009) TV & phone outlet Fixed Yacht table with bottle storage 110V AC outlets added MarineAire Air-conditioning with reverse cycle heat Insect screens for all salon windows except forward galley port window Parquet sole Lined drapes U-line icemaker (New 2009) Toshiba 13" TV with built-in VHS Brass clock and barometer Teak overhead grab rail Roll-up mesh bug screens for both side doors
- Overhead storage cabinet Corian countertop Grohe single lever faucet Corian sink with Corian covers and cutting boards Sharp R330C Microwave oven Seward (4) burner range and oven Grunert holding plate refrigerator Grunert holding plate corner freezer Temperature gauges for refrigerator and freezer (5) drawers Paper towel holder 12v exhaust fan over stove Sea Gull water purifier Soap dispenser Pantry Parquet sole
- Master Stateroom
- Island Queen centerline berth Sony Bravia 19-Inch LCD Digital Flat Screen TV (New February '09) Teak bureau with (3) drawers (6) additional storage drawers under centerline berth Beveled mirror Parquet sole Lined drapes Custom large hanging lockers against port hull side Halogen overhead lights (2) chrome reading lights
- Aft Head
- Grohe single lever faucet Vacuflush head-fresh water Reversable magnifying mirror hard mounted Molded Corian sink and counter Beveled mirror Abundant reach-in cabinets and drawers (2) teak towel bars Separate shower on starboard Sump pump Teak grating sole Port light and hatch Grohe shower faucet Holding Tank Monitor
- Guest Stateroom
- (4) drawers under V-berth Hanging locker with cedar lined wood (2) chrome reading lights Parquet sole Filler Section for V-Berth (Larger Sleeping Area) (Custom Made January 2011) New MarineAire Unit (Installed May 2011)
- Guest Head
- Vacuflush toilet w/fresh water Teak grate Sump pump Grohe shower faucet Shower curtain Beveled mirror Reversible magnifying mirror - hard mounted Halogen overhead lights Molded Corian sink & count
- Flybridge & Upper Helm
- Fore and aft facing bench seats 6" added height to forward cushions Storage boxes under seats with teak grating Alarm panel, engine temperature and oil pressure gauges Raw Water Flow Sensor between seacock and strainer (new 2011) Compass Teak decking Venturi wind screen Bimini - extended - Navy Sunbrella, Gore-Tex thread Full enclosure Raymarine E120 Chartplotter with SeaTalk High Spead Network Two Engine Room Cameras (port and starboard view) Salon Camera Sirius Weather AIS Class B Nauticast Satellite TV on plotter (great for long runs) Raymarine ST60 Plus Wind Vane System Raytheon ST60 depth sounder (depth, SOG, temp) Shakespeare antennas: 2 VHF, SSB, cell phone w/swivel mounts Robertson/Simrad AP200 KVH TracVision 4 satellite TV antenna w/(2) receivers and 2 TV units + Chartplotter viewable on Fly Bridge E-120 Panasonic stereo and speakers with IPOD cable (New 2008) Bennett trim tabs Glendinning synchronizer ICOM IC-M127 radio (New 2008) SSB ICOM IC-M710 w/AT-130 auto-tuner, antenna, 2 dynaplates and copper ground plating Raytheon RL80C w/4' open array antenna Panish engine throttle and gears Windlass control ACR remote spotlight control Mast and boom Spreader lights (LED Lamps Replaced 2010) Lewmar 2 speed winch on aft cabin top
- Lower Helm Station
- Raymarine E-80 Chartplotter with SeaTalk High Spead Network (New December 2009) Two Engine Room Cameras (port and starboard view) Sirius Weather AIS Class B Nauticast Satellite TV Raytheon RL70C w/4' open array antenna ICOM SSB IC-M710 w/AT-130 auto tuner ICOM 127 VHF radio Raymarine Raymic remote second station VHF Radio & Intercom (New 2008) Pactor Mod 11E modem to hook up email over SSB (Upgraded to Pactor III October 2009) Newmar PI-10 Intercom System connecting the bridge, saloon & engine room Davis Weather Monitor II (Outside Module Reconditioned April ‘09) Remote plug-in for Robertson AP200 autopilot Robertson RI35 MK2 rudder angle indicator VDO Water Gauge (sending unit replaced July ’09) Two (2) VDO Fuel Gauges (Port & Starboard Tanks) Raw Water Flow Sensor between Seacock and Strainer (new 2011) ACR remote spotlight Windlass controls Panish engine throttle and gears Glendinning synchronizer Ritchie compass Heart 3000 Inverter w/1000 link (Replaced Inverter 2009) Bennett trim tabs Volt & amp meters Battery tester (2) prong 12v plug-in 110 v plug-in Village Marine water maker control panel Generator hour meter Halon system switch
- Electrical Equipment
- Westerbeke 8KW generator in sound shield (995hrs.) Xantrex Freedom 30 Inverter & Charger (New June ‘09) with Link 1000 Monitoring System 12v system 110v system Bow & stern 50 amp shore power inlets TV & phone inlet at bow and stern Computer jacks, upper and lower helm stations & Aft Cabin
- Deck Equipment
- Teak decking Lazarette hatches with teak grates Stainless steel hand rails Teak cap rails (Varnished Sept 2012) Swim ladder Teak slatted swim platform Teak transom with Canvas Cover (New ‘08) Teak transom boarding steps Transom shower with retractable hose, hot and cold Teak stern name board and hailing port board Kahlenberg air horn (New 2009) Hailer speaker (New 2009) Rocna 40 (88 Lbs) with double swivels (New 2011) Delta 55# (Stored in Lazeratte) Bruce 44# anchor Anchor chain locker Anchor platform with pulpit, bow roller Anchor windlass locker Courtesy lights (LED bulbs) Fresh water outlet & Sea Water Anchor washdown forward St. Croix dinghy davit (removable) Novurania 320TR, 10'5" Honda 15hp 4 stroke, electric start Lofrans Tigress windlass, 1000 watt, 12v Emergency tiller
- Engine Room & Mechanical
- "Promises" benefits from an owner who firmly believes in fixing things prior to failure and is willing to spend the money to keep the mechanicals in top shape. In February of 2011 he had Haven Harbour (a GB authorized service center) replace the dripless shaft seals as part of the boat's preventitive maintenance. At the time the shafts were removed and the cutlass bearings all renewed as well as the propellers being tuned. He also just replaced five AGM 8-D batteries in September of 2012 and had the altenator remanufactured. These are just a few of the examples of outstanding care and good preventitive maintenance that "Promises" receives! Twin 375hp 3208TA Caterpillar engines - Professionally Serviced and Maintained Port engine: 105amp Balmar alternator Starboard Engine: 105 amp Balmar alternator - IG w/external Balmar MaxCharge MC612 regulator (fresh remanufacture in Sept. 2012) Manual bilge pump Engine raw water intake strainers Engine room sound insulation SeaWater cooled exhaust system Fuel manifold system Seacocks on all thru-hulls below waterline Kidde Fireboy Halon fire extinguisher system 3 MarineAire remote air-conditioning compressors Five (5) AGM 8-D's batteries (New ‘12) One (1) Group 27 AGM battery for genset (New ‘08) General Ecology Seagull IV drinking water filter Seaward 18 gallon hot water heater Galvonic isolator 41 gallon holding tank w/tank monitor, odor filter and macerator Xantrex Heart 30 Inverter/Charger with Link 1000 monitor Kraus Naimer 65 amp bipass switch 4 blade 27" x 26.3" props, (2) spare props in lazarette Racor fuel filters with vacuum gauges mounted on top (2) engine room blowers Oil transfer system Dripless Shaft Seals Shaft Line Cutters Village Marine 600 gpd water maker, auto flush (Complete Factory Reconditioned ($$$$$) during Winter 2011) New Heavy Duty Freshwater Pump ($1700) installed in April of 2013 with the old one being sent out for remanufacture so there is a back up onboard.
- Safety & Safety Gear
- ACR Rapidfix 406 MHz EPIRB with GPS Interface Category II (Manually Deployable) ACR Rapid Ditch Bag in Salon AIS Class B Nauticast (You can visit the website to track vessels underway with AIS) Standard Horizon HX850S Hand-Held VHF/GPS Radio – ESHX850S May 2009, & May 2010 Vessel Safety Check Completed by U.S. Coast Guard Examiner 5:1 Lifesling Lifting Tackle Throwable Lifesling 2 - with white stanchion aft-rail storage bag MMSI Registration Number 338075038
- Additional Items
- (2) coats Seahawk ablative bottom paint annually Spare parts Including Spare Props in Aft Lazarette Continual upkeep of varnish and brightwork New VHF & SSB antennas '06 New bimini '06 Full Set of Manuals as well as Digital Scanned Copies of Manuals Full Detailed Log kept by current owner since his purchase in August of 2007
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- Vessel Walkthrough
- Grand Banks 42 layout: guest cabin forward with V-berth and en-suite head with shower. The salon offers a straight line galley forward to port, lower helm opposite to starboard. Aft of helm is dry bar with ice maker, a large L-settee with corner table top/storage and the classic teak GB yacht table. Opposite the salon table, on the port side, is a 2-person settee with corner built-in freezer. The aft cabin features a centerline island queen berth. The head is a very functional “split-head” in that the shower stall is on starboard with head and sink to port.