At Last is a stunning example of the venerable Grand Banks 42 foot classic. Hull number 780, At Last was built in 1981 as a special Grand Banks show yacht to Demonstrate some upgraded features to be included in upcoming versions of this very popular yacht. An extra wide swim platform and stainless steel stanchions, we're just a few of these special touches included in this important build for Grand Banks. At last features a beautiful interior that is a signature of all Grand Banks yachts. All the comforts of home and complete cruising independence, has made At Last the perfect home for it's caring owners for the last 6 years. At Last has been re-powered with the highly sought-after American diesel 140s. These amazingly reliable engines, have 2050 operating hours and have been meticulously maintained within the engine room lit by abundant upgraded lighting. The engine room also contains the easily accessible 7.7 westerbeke 1800 rpm generator with 3150 operating hours. The fly bridge on At last not only provides excellent visibility underway, but is the perfect place for entertaining or winding down after a days journey. This enormous living space is covered with a complete Bimini system including a full weather enclosure, making cooler days under way a pleasure. Simply put nothing beats the quality and comfort of a Grand Banks. It's no wonder the GB 42 has been a "bucket list" vessel for so many boating enthusiasts.
Simrad Auto Pilot Furuno Radar (Upper and Lower Station) NorthStar Chart 952x plotter Raymarine vhf (lower station) Icom vhf (bridge) (2) Raytheon Depth Meter Glendinning Engine Synchronizers Bronze Galley Maid Windlass 40 pound Bruce Anchor Guner Cold Plate Refrig Guner Cold Plate Freezer Princess 3 burner Stove/oven Sealand Vacuflush Head (aft) Raritan Electric Head (fwd) 6500 btu reverse cycle AC (new) (forward cabin) 16,000 btu reverse cycle AC (main Salon) 6,000 btu reverse cycle AC (aft cabin) New Fly bridge Cushions