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1999 49 (ft.) GRAND BANKS 49 EASTBAY HX

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General Information

Listing# 87622

Price
$385,000.00
Location
Southport, CT, United States
Manufacturer
GRAND BANKS
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1999
Category
Motor Yachts
Designer
C. Raymond Hunt Associates
Model
49 EASTBAY HX
Status
Used
Length
49 (ft.)
Bridge Clearance
16.25
Beam
16
LOA
49
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
C-12
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Hours
650

General Details

PRICE REDUCED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE!

 

SPRINGBOK is one of the finest Grand Banks Eastbay 49's built in the early years of production of this extremely popular Downeast express.  SPRINGBOK's knowledgeable owners had a great deal of input in original design of the Eastbay 49' and the detailed specifications of SPRINGBOK's build order, including several semi-custom, well thought out additions.  The sellers spent several months working with both Grand Banks and C. Raymond Hunt and Associates.  SPRINGBOK has been updated with the extended helm deck windows both port and starboard that were added to the later model Eastbay 49's.  She was repowered with new Caterpillar C-12 705hp engines in 2004 when the issues with the original Caterpillar 3196 engines became extremely problematic.  SPRINGBOK's owners paid dearly for this upgrade which as of this date continues to be the current standard engine used in the new Eastbay 49's since the C-12's introduction in 2003.  This upgrade provides a great deal of confidence in SPRINGBOK's power compared to any other Eastbay 49s of this vintage.  SPRINGBOK's Caterpillar C-12s have also had light use with approximately 650 total hours since their installation as of 9/20/2012.

SPRINGBOK is now for sale due to the sellers recent purchase of a new 2013 model Grand Banks Eastbay 50 SX.  The sellers have had such a fantastic experience with their Eastbay 49 that they have partnered with Grand Banks and Hunt again to begin a new venture in this fantastic new model.  They will be very involved in the introduction of this new Eastbay just as they were with the Eastbay 49.

Specifications

Introduction
SPRINGBOK is one of the finest Grand Banks Eastbay 49's built in the early years of production of this extremely popular Downeast express.  SPRINGBOK's knowledgeable owners had a great deal of input in original design of the Eastbay 49' and the detailed specifications of SPRINGBOK's build order, including several semi-custom, well thought out additions.  The sellers spent several months working with both Grand Banks and C. Raymond Hunt and Associates.  SPRINGBOK has been updated with the extended helm deck windows both port and starboard that were added to the later model Eastbay 49's.  She was repowered with new Caterpillar C-12 705hp engines in 2004 when the issues with the original Caterpillar 3196 engines became extremely problematic.  SPRINGBOK's owners paid dearly for this upgrade which as of this date continues to be the current standard engine used in the new Eastbay 49's since the C-12's introduction in 2003.  This upgrade provides a great deal of confidence in SPRINGBOK's power compared to any other Eastbay 49s of this vintage.  SPRINGBOK's Caterpillar C-12s have also had light use with approximately 650 total hours since their installation. SPRINGBOK is now for sale due to the sellers recent purchase of a new 2013 model Grand Banks Eastbay 50 SX.  The sellers have had such a fantastic experience with their Eastbay 49 that they have partnered with Grand Banks Yachts again to begin a new venture in this fantastic new model.  They will be very involved in the introduction of this new Eastbay just as they were with the Eastbay 49.
Exterior Equipment
Compass Gelcoated Fiberglass exterior S.S. Anchor platform with pulpit Anchor windlass with 2 station controls Anchor locker for rope and chain Teak decking, cockpit and helm deck Teak and Stainless steel steering wheel Teak toe rail Teak bow and stern staffs Flagpole holder, bow and stern Teak swim platform Teak gratings, lazarette and under seats Mast on hardtop Stainless steel safety rails Stainless steel stanchions Teak high gloss varnished grab rails Stainless steel fairleads, chocks & mooring cleats Chrome deck fillers, diesel fuel Chrome deck fillers, water Chrome deck fittings, waste pump-out Side opening windows on helm deck Fuel and water tank vents Engine room vents Polished aluminum Lewmar skylight hatches Hinged lazarette hatches Hot and cold shower at cockpit Aft cockpit with transom door Helm deck teak table FRP seating on helm deck with cushions Foredeck storage lockers Stainless steel portholes with screens Painted non-skid on side decks Lights on cabinsides Hydraulic assisted engine room hatch Engine room access from cockpit Delta-T air inlet moisture separator
Deck and Hull
Full extended pilothouse side structure and fixed glass aft windows - consistent with more current 49 Eastbay production Fiberglass hardtop Side opening windows Center opening forward window on windshield Canvas aft curtain & door with large Strataglass removable/opening panels Varnished Overhead hatches with screens - helm deck and cabin Cockpit molded seating with storage Teak decking - cockpit and side steps Cockpit deck lazarettes (3) Teak cockpit chairs and table Transom door Teak slatted swim platform Stainless steel 3-step swim ladder Teak hardtop eyebrow and cockpit covering board trim Teak toe rails and cabin house handrails Varnished teak dorades (2) Cockpit tonneau cover, white stamoid Non-skid surfaces - AwlGrip (Moon Dust) Bow deck lockers with central chain locker and port and starboard storage lockers Maxwell windlass with foredeck foot and helm controls Anchor davit - stainless steel Anchor - polished stainless steel Suncor (65 lbs) Fresh water wash down - anchor locker Salt water wash down - anchor locker Dockside water inlet Chain Rode - 250' AwlGrip painted hull
Electrical Equipment
Generator - Westerbeke 9.5 kW Generator Amp & volt meters Heart Interface Link 1000 Inverter/battery monitor Protech Battery Charger 110V AC MarineAir 16,000 BTU units (2) - Master and Guest Cabins and Salon MarineAir 12,000 BTU units (2) - Helm deck forward port, helm deck aft starboard Glendinning Cablemaster electric power cord reel with 50' cord Chart light Fuel tank level indicator Water tank level indicator Carbon Monoxide monitors (3) AC/DC Distribution panel Batteries 12V DC house bank AGM (2008) Batteries 12V DC inverter bank AGM (2) - (2008) Batteries 12V DC engine start bank AGM (2) - (2008) Battery 12V DC generator start Group 31 Exalto Windshield wipers with washers, 2 speed operation with intermittent (3) Alternator, each engine Battery selector switch Circuit breakers on all circuits Alarm panel, with engine oil pressure & engine temperature Three automatic bilge pumps, 12 volt DC Bilge pump indicator lights Complete engine instrumentation Interior lighting throughout, 12 volt DC Engine Room lights, 12 volt DC Navigation lights, 12 volt DC Three windshield wipers, 12 volt DC Pressure fresh water system, 12 volt DC Galley exhaust blower, 12 volt DC Engine room blowers, 12 volt DC 12 volt DC outlet at helm Bonding system Remote battery charger panel Trim tabs Chrome reading lights 50 Amp AC shore power inlet Reverse polarity indicator light Ground fault interrupt circuits AC outlets throughout Hot water heater 110 volt holding plate refrigerator 12 volt DC air horn 110V AC Outlets (8) 12V DC Outlets (2) AC Volt meter DC Amp meter DC Volt meter
Mechanical Equipment
Twin 705hp Caterpillar C-12  engines - electronically controlled - upgraded in 2004 from her original 3196s CAT MPD electronic engine data displays installed 2012 Twin Disc MGX 5114 A Gears Panish single level throttle/shifter controls Engine Synchronizer integral Slow vessel mode Delta T engine room ventilation blowers Oil change system Firebuoy Fire Suppression System Propellers - original (2) Drip pans under engines Racor Fuel-water separating filters Sea water cooled exhaust system Engine raw water intake strainers Stainless steel propeller shafts Bronze propellers Bronze struts with rubber bearings Dripless shaft seals Main fuel tank, fiberglass, baffled Auxiliary fuel tank, aluminum, baffled Gauges on fuel tank Water tanks, marine aluminum Holding tank with indicator and macerator pump Seacocks on thru-hulls below waterline Bronze ball valves on thru-hulls above Manual bilge pump Fresh water outlets, engine room & deck Bronze rudders
Electronics and Entertainment
Furuno NavNet 17" Display with remote control pad Furuno Open Array radar antenna Northstar 952X Color GPS Chartplotter Simrad Robertson AP25 Autopilot B&G HS2000 B&G Wind Speed (helm overhead) B&G Wind Direction (helm overhead) Hailer speaker Standard VHF with Command Mic Panish single lever throttle/shifter controls ACR remote spotlight Ritchie compass Kahlenberg dual trumpet air horn E-PIRB DirecTV satellite antenna DirecTV satellite receiver Samsung Synchmaster 121MP 21" Flat panel TV (Master Cabin) Sonty Trinitron 21" TV with VCR Clarion AM/FM CD with remote 5 CD stacker Entry Alarm system Dockside TV inlet TV outlet helm deck Bennet Trim tabs with indicators Companion seat pop-up panel suitable for backup chartplotter
Interior Equipment
Teak and holly cabin sole throughout Island berth forward with upgraded mattress Teak bureau, forward cabin Cedar lined hanging locker, forward Cedar lined hanging locker, port cabin Port cabin with 2 single berths Vacuum flushing marine toilets, 2 fwd Cultured marble sinks and countertops in heads Towel racks and toothbrush holders Shower with drain pumps U-settee with teak yacht table Garbage bin in galley Polished stainless steel galley sink with single lever faucet Corian countertops in galley Galley lockers Teak grating, Engine room Stall shower, Master Head Shower in guest head Insect screens for hatches Two stainless steel refrigerator boxes Temperature gauges on iceboxes Electric stove/oven Microwave oven
Main Saloon
The main saloon located at the helm deck features a helm station to starboard with a double bench seat (and captain's drawers underneath). Across to port is another double bench seat for companions which has a icemaker below concealed behind a louvered door.  There is a concealed pop-up mount available for a second radar/plotter at this position.  Just aft of the companion seat is the helm lounge area with an L-settee for 4 and additional seating for 2 guest across and to starboard. The entire aft area opens up to the cockpit with an opening/removable curtain. The pilothouse superstructure is extended on both sides with fully extended side windows. Full extended pilothouse side structure and fixed glass aft windows - consistent with more current 49 Eastbay production Helm deck gloss varnish Helm deck teak decking Helm deck L-seating to port Teak helm deck table with fiddles and Stainless steel pedestal Straight settee to starboard Companion seating - GB double bench housing Icemaker concealed by louvered teak door Helm seat - GB double bench with 3 drawers concealed by louvered teak door Teak helm instrument console Bar with bottle storage - companion console Chart box U-line Icemaker under port helm seat Teak drink holders (2) Binocular holders (2) Side opening windows Canvas aft curtain & door with large Strataglass removable/opening panels Overhead hatch screens - helm deck and cabin
Galley
Grand Banks Stainless Steel cold boxes (2) with Grunert Holding Plate System - 110V AC Refrigeration/Freezer Princess 3-burner Range Sharp Carousel Convection microwave oven Toaster Oven - undercabinet mount Grohe single lever faucet Top load dry counter storage (2) Bar locker with tumbler and bottle holders - beveled glass doors Double basin stainless steel sink Corian countertop Drawers and lockers above and below counter
Master Stateroom
The Master Stateroom is forward with a centerline queen berth and ensuite head with stall shower. Teak and holly cabin sole Island berth wiht upgraded mattress Teak bureau Cedar lined hanging locker Vacuum flushing marine toilet Cultured marble sinks and countertops in head Towel rack and toothbrush holder Shower with drain pump
Port Stateroom
The Guest cabin is to port with two athwartship twin berths.  Guest head with shower is across the passageway. Teak and holly cabin sole Twin berths Cedar lined hanging locker Vacuum flushing marine toilet Cultured marble sinks and countertop in head Towel rack and toothbrush holder Shower with drain pump
Options and Upgrades
Twin 705hp Caterpillar C-12 turbo engines - electronically controlled - upgraded in 2004 CAT MPI electronic engine data displays Glendinning Cablemaster electric power cord reel with 50' cord Full extended pilothouse side structure and fixed glass side aft windows - consistent with more current 49 Eastbay production Generator - Westerbeke 9.5 kW Heart Interface Link 1000 Inverter/battery monitor Protech Battery Charger 110V AC MarineAir 16,000 BTU units (2) - Master and Guest Cabins and Salon MarineAir 12,000 BTU units (2) - Helm deck forward port, helm deck aft starboard
Remarks
SPRINGBOK is one of the finest Grand Banks Eastbay 49's built in the early years of production of this extremely popular Downeast express. SPRINGBOK is now for sale due to the sellers recent purchase of a new 2013 model Grand Banks Eastbay 50 SX. The sellers have had such a fantastic experience with their Eastbay 49’ that they have partnered with Grand Banks Yachts again to begin a new venture in this fantastic new model. As of October 1, 2012 the engines have just had their 1000 hour service performed. The current hours on her C-12s are approximately 650 as of 9/20/2012. Her decks were sanded, engine room detailed, generator serviced and topsides waxed during the last few weeks as well.  She is the most attractively priced Grand Banks Eastbay 49’ of this vintage available on the market today and ready for her new owner.
Exclusions
Owners personal belongings Artwork, half hulls and award plaque Bedding, towels, throw pillows Galley loose appliances, dishes, utensils Tools
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.
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