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1979 32 (ft.) GRAND BANKS Sedan Trawler

Inactive - This listing is not for sale at this time

General Information

Listing# 98612

St. Petersburg, FL, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
Sedan Trawler
32 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Engine Model
2715 E 6 cylinder inline
Number of Engines
Engine Hours

General Details

This classic trawler yacht (Hull# 671) awaits the loving care of her new owner. She has been donated by her most recent owner due to family health reasons. She needs to be moved to make room for more inventory. BRING OFFERS! New bottom job 05/'13! Price just reduced 10/'13!


Max Bridge Clearance: 23'/15' Displacement: Approx. 17,000#
Total Power: 120
Fuel: 250 Fresh Water: 110 Holding: 25
Walk Through
Beginning first forward is the anchor rode locker accessed via a hatch from the master stateroom “V” berth forward. Next aft is the master stateroom with a “V” berth forward with a bridge piece for converting the berths to a double. There are storage lockers to port aft. There are Teak battens on the hull sides, a vinyl headliner, a hatch overhead and fixed ports in the trunk cabin to let in light and air, painted wood with varnished Teak cabinetry and trim, and a Teak parquet sole. The overhead hatch is fitted with a pull out sunshade. There are swivel reading lamps placed strategically throughout. There is storage under the bunks and the stairs. To stbd. aft is the head with a molded fiberglass liner/sink/shower pan unit with Teak grating and a diverter type shower. The toilet is a new Lavac hand operated vacuum type. There are opening ports in the trunk cabin to let in light and air. Next aft and up is the galley to port with a stainless steel sink, Formica counter top, and varnished Teak cabinets and trim. There is a stainless steel plate on the over head above the range with an exhaust fan port. To stbd. across is the lower helm station with a traditional Teak spoked helm. The main electrical panel faces inboard to the companion down to forward. The main deck soles are Teak parquet. The main deck headliner is vinyl as below. Aft of the helm station/galley is the main salon with the engineroom under accessed via ample hatches with removable bridge pieces. To port aft in the salon is a bench settee with a back cushion that converts to a Pullman upper. Across to stbd. is an “L” settee with dry bar forward of it. There is a Teak drop leaf dining table down the middle. The yacht is appointed throughout with drapes and soft goods in good condition, brass lamps, and nautical accents. The salon/galley is surrounded by windows that let in plenty of light but the drapes can be pulled for complete privacy. There are Teak valences on the main deck. There is storage under the settees and in cabinets. The hinged door to the aft deck has a pull out "Phantom" shade type insect screen. The open aft deck is next overlain with Teak planking with storage under. The transom is last with a Teak swim platform. The foredeck and side decks are painted. The flybridge deck is overlain with Teak planking and has the helm station to stbd. forward with fore and aft back to back bench type seating units with storage under port and stbd.. There is additional storage under the fly bridge dash area. She is fitted with a fold down aluminum signal/radar mast and boom to give 15' minimum vertical clearance.
Safety Gear & Systems
USCG safety gear. Life Sling man overboard retreival system. Cabin top and strategically placed hand rails. 1 B:C portable fire extinguishers in galley,pilothouse under bench storage, and under master stateroom step. Guest 12 volt plug in hand held search light. 12 volt lower station windsheild wipers with manual windsheild fresh water wash valve. Danforth Constellation hemisphereical magnietic steeering compass at flybridge station. Throwable PFD. 12 volt Nav./Anchor lights. 12 volt horn. Full all around deck hand rails. II B:C hand portable fire extinguisher under pilothouse bench. 12 volt submersible manual auto matic bilge pumps (2). 2 x Olin flare signaling kits. Danforth hemispherical magnetic steering compass at lower helm station. All around stainless steel rail on flybridge deck. Propane tank storage locker under port flybridge seat with pressure gauge at tank manifold and manual gas shut off valve in overhead of galley.
Ford Lehman 120 Hp 6 cylinder engine with Borg Warner transmission. 1600 RPM for 7 knots cruise. Owner changes oil at 100 hours or 1 year minimum, conducts regular oil analysis program, and has records. Sips fuel at 2 gallons per hour cruise without generator. Main engine tachometer, hour meter, oil pressure gauge, coolant temp. meter, and ammeter at lower control station. Main engine gear alarm light at lower control station. Black Iron fuel tanks (2). Mechanical chain and cable steering at both helm stations. Racor 900 fuel/water separator for main engine. Racor 500 fuel/water separator for generator. Dual lever Morse type controls at both helm stations. Transmission rebuilt in 12/2010.
120 volt A.C. and 12 volt D.C. system with shorepower and 3 Kw Westerbeke diesel generator. 12 volt lighting throughout. 1 starting and 2 x 4D 12 volt flooded lead acid batteries. New mid 2010. Main electric panel at lower control station with 120 volt A.C. analog voltmeter. Westerbeke 120 volt 3 Kw A.C. generator with 682 hours. 120 volt shorepower cable 15 amp to 30 amp "pig tail" adapter. 2 x 12 volt oscillating fans in salon. 12 volt outlets in pilothouse, flybridge, and on aft deck. Mastervolt Chargemaster 12/35-3 120 volt battery charger. New 01/'10. 2 x 125 volt 30 amp shore power entarnce fittngs on port side of deck house. Reversed shorepower polarity indicator. Battery state of charge meter at lower control station. Ocean Marine 12,000 BTU raw water heat exchange reverse cycle air conditioning. 12 volt oscillating fan in master stateroom. Westerbeke generator start/stop panel in pilothouse with oil pressure gauge, coolant temp. meter, voltmeter, and hour counter. 2 x 12 volt spreader lights on yard arms.
Fresh water and sanitary systems. Fresh water deck wash on aft deck. 6 USG 120 volt and engine heat exchange Seaward stainless steel water heater. Sewage holding tank has never been used for sewage. Stainless steel water tank. 12 volt par diaphram type fresh water pressure pump. Lavac hand pump vacuum toilet with all new hose, "y" valve, and poly holding tank. Saltwater flush.
Navigational, communications, and entertainment. Furuno 1830 radar at lower station. Raymarine ST 40 digital depth indicators at flybridge and lower station. Magellan GPS 3000 XL in bracket at lower control station. Cetek Benmar Course Setter 21R autopilot. Standard Horizon Titan + VHF radiotelephone at flybridge control station. Jensen MCD 5110 AM/FM/CD player with stereo speakers on flybridge and at lower helm. Standard Horizon Eclipse DSC VHF radiotelephone at lower station. Standard VHF intercom speaker at lower station. Standard Horizon LH5 fog horn/hailer at flybridge control station.
Propane range/oven and dual voltage reefer for independence at anchor. Shipmate enamel 3 burner propane range with oven. Magic Chef 120 volt portable ice maker. Waeco Coolmatic dual voltage 12/120 volts under counter refrigerator/freezer. New 2005. 12 volt galley range hood fan.
Anchor Gear
Electric windlass for anchor handling. 35# CQR "plow" anchor on bow pulpit with 100' 5/16" chain rode. Spare Danforth anchor and 150' 5/8" nylon rode. 12 volt reversible Ideal vertical capstan and chain wildcat anchor windlass with foot switches on foredeck and remote controls at lower and flybridge control stations.
Suit of Blue Sunbrella canvas. Bimini top with boot. Aft deck coach top. Forward window interior sun shades. Flybridge dash cover with ridge pole. Forward cabin hatch cover. White vinyl flybridge cushions.
Extra Gear
Mooring line storage rack on aft deck. Fenders. 120 volt 30 amp shore power cable. Mooring lines.
Owner's personal gear.
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.