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Grand Banks 36 Classic

WOW, THIS IS A MUST SEE!!!!!

This vessel is a 36? Grand Banks Classic design with a prior "Oak Harbor Boatworks" restoration.  The classic cabin arrangement offers fore and aft staterooms with two heads and a large open salon with dual sidedeck access doors.  The cabin teak gives a practical beauty above and below deck.  This is a well kept and ruggedly built wooden classic dual diesel trawler.

 

This Grand Banks 36 has a forward V-berth, with a sailboat style insert, four built-in teak storage drawers under the berth, a hanging locker, skylight and a private head. The main salon has a lower helm station, galley to port, and settee to starboard w/under storage compartments, and a table convertible to a double bed.  The aft cabin has a double berth to starboard w/two large under drawers, a three drawer dresser chest, a six drawer desk, a large hanging locker, and an enclosed head w/shower.  A companionway in the aft cabin leads to the aft deck.

 

The salon, master and forward cabin ?Bob Lowe Custom Interior? teak joinery work (Oak Harbor Boat Works, Inc.) gives a special warmth and appeal to the boat?s interior. ?Hunter Douglas Décor? custom blinds provide salon privicy.

 

The flybridge has a duplicate helm startion w/full instrumentation, venturi wind screen, and storage beneath the console and seats.  A 9? dinghy is carried on the aft cabin top and is launched with the mast/boom block & tackle.

 

The hull shape is semi-displacement, with a ¾ length skeg type keel.  The teak deck design incorporates an aft well deck feature.  All deck handrails consist of a teak top rail with bronze stanchions and a teak cap rail.

 



  • Price: $54,900
  • Model Year:1967
  • Boat Ref: 7200857
  • Boat Class: Trawlers
  • Location: Tacoma WA, United States
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  • Broker: Matt Palmer CPYB
  • Broker Email: mattnwyachtnet@gmail.com
  • Broker Phone: 1-253-310-7162

Broker Information

Please contact me for more information on this yacht at 253-310-7162 or email matt@nwyachtnet.com

Additional Contact Information

Listing agent CPYB Matt Palmer 253-310-7162  matt@nwyachtnet.com

Construction
  • Construction: Wood
Measurements
  • Length: 36 ft
  • Beam: 12' 2"
  • Displacement: 23300 lbs
  • Max Draft:3' 11"
Engines
  • Number of Engines: 2
  • Engine(s) Make: Ford Lehman
  • Engine Model: 2714 E
  • Engine Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze
  • Engine Hours: 0
Tankage
  • Fuel: 1 x 360 gallons
  • Water: 1 x 120 gallons
  • Holding: 1 x 40 gallons

Engines

  • Engines:                    2-Ford Lehman  2714 E Diesels     
  • Horsepower:             240 hp
  • Cruising speed:        8 kts                                       
  • Max speed:                9 kts
  • Propellers:                 2-3 blade (24LH18 & 24RH17)
  • Transmissions:         2-BorgWarner/Velvert Drive

Tankage

  • Fuel Capacity:          360 gal.
  • Water Capacity:        120 gal.                                 
  • Holding Tank:           40 gal.
  • Hot Water:                10 gallon hot water tank (engine & AC power heated)

Galley

  • Three Burner, “Seaward Princes Euro”, Propane Stove w/Oven
  • DC Adler Barbour Refrigerator
  • SS Double Sink,
  • Single lever mixing valve faucet
  • 110 VAC outlets
  • Microwave oven

Electronices

  • 12VDC & 120 VAC system w/electrical CB panels
  • Heart Interface Freedom 20, 2000 watt inverter/100 amp battery charger
  • 120 VAC shore power connection w/30 Amp power cable
  • “Cruising” 30 Amp/50’ shore power cable (stored in lazarette)
  • Radar:            Japan Radio Company, Model 2253, 4Kw, CRT display
  • Auto Pilot:      ComNav 1001FC w/2T Interface
  • Radio:            Standard Horizon Intrepid + GX 12705  
  • Compass:      4” Ritchie (2)
  • Depth:           (1) Coastal Navigation DS-1010B (1) Raymarine I40 (6/2014)
  • GPS:             Garmin GPSmap 546 plotter w/G2 chip of PNW & BC
  • AIS                Garmin AIS 300 connect to GPSmap 546 (6/2014)

Engian Room

  • 2-Ford120 hp. Lehman diesel engines w/transmissions, drive shafts
  • 3-8D batteries; 1-starting battery & 2 house batteries
  • Heart Interface Freedom 20, 2000 watt inverter/100 amp battery charger 
  • 40 gallon holding tank w/pump-out system
  • 60 gallon water tank w/pressurizing pump & accumulator
  • 2-95 gallon diesel fuel tanks w/shut off valves, filters and fuel distribution manifold
  • Webesto 7000 Btu forced air diesel heater
  • Rule 2000 gph bilge pump w/2 Rule bilge level switches
  • Rule 2000 gph bilge pump w/1 Rule bilge level switches (forward)          
  • Bilge level switch alarm
  • 10 gal. hot water tank
  • Autopilot electromechanical drive motor

Ground Tackle

  •  Bruce #33 anchor
  •  50’ - 3/8” BBB chain
  •  300’ - 5/8”, 3 strand nylon rode
  • Ideal “First Mate”, CWM anchor windlass

Tender

 

  •  9’ inflatable dinghy w/oars (5/2015)
  •  5 hp Mercury 2 cycle outboard engine

Construction

  • Hull:                            1 ¼” Carved Philipine mahogany planking
  • Frame/Beams:          Yakal mahogany
  • Deck:                          1 ¼” Teak planking
  • Transom:                   Teak planking over marine plywood
  • Fasteners:                 Silicon bronze screws
  • Cabin:                      Marine plywood
  • Cabin Top:                Fiberglass cover

Features

Electronics

  • Depthsounder
  • Autopilot
  • Compass
  • GPS
  • VHF
  • Radar
  • Radio

Inside Equipment

  • Electric bilge pump
  • Battery charger
  • Hot water
  • Oven
  • Marine head
  • Refrigerator

Electrical Equipment

  • Shore power inlet
  • Inverter

Outside Equipment/Extras

  • Teak cockpit
  • Teak sidedecks

Covers

  • Bimini Top

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.