Grand Banks boats for sale in Washington
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2009 Grand Banks 41 Heritage EU Just Listed. Won't last long! The 41 Heritage EU is an amazing blend of classic styling and function with modern technology and performance!! With her fully electronic Cummins engines couples to Zeus POD Drives, she offers simple "Joystick Docking", skyhook and super efficient performance with cruising speeds from 7 Knots to 20 Knots!! Yet her classic style offers wide covered walkways on either side, huge windows, up galley and classic Grand Banks styling that will be beautiful forever! So yes, you can have the best of both worlds!! This particular example is very well equipped and in spectacular condition. As a matter of fact, she is currently in indoor, heated storage getting a beautiful new coat of varnish and new bottom paint. When you take delivery, she will be ready to go cruising! And look at the equipment list: She has a full bridge enclosure (new in 2013), upgraded touch screen electronics (new in 2015), diesel heat, tender with davit, SAT TV and lots more! The 41 EU is a two stateroom, one head boat of exceptional design. Big beautiful windows offer 360 degrees view from the salon and galley and when compared to her big brother (the 47 Heritage), many feel this design feels more open (and she is the same beam, so is actually close to the same size). Under the salon, you will find a HUGE storage area for extended cruising. More info and pictures will be coming soon, but we know this will be an "in demand" boat, so wanted to post what we had as quickly as possible. Owner is moving up to a larger vessel.
1973 Grand Banks Sedan This is an exceptional example of the Grand Banks 32 which has been one of the bestselling small trawler designs ever produced and continues to offer a great resale value. A total of 426 were built during her production years, this one is #386. The distinctive profile remained essentially unchanged since the first model was introduced in 1965. Indeed, at a distance it is very hard to distinguish between the early ones and the more recent fiberglass model. A full skeg protects the underwater gear, and hard aft chines help to stabilize the ride. Below, the 32's cabin is practical and efficiently arranged with good storage, teak wood interior and lower helm with great visibility. The aft deck is large enough for deck chairs and wide sidedecks provide good foredeck access. Powered by a single six cylinder diesel engine which was completely rebuilt 328 hours ago and the next owner can relax and enjoy decades of additional cruising. Equipped with 4.5kW Northern Lights generator, Webasto diesel furnace, aluminum fuel tanks, bimini top and flybridge helm and seat canvas covers and complete canvas window covers.
1973 Grand Banks 36 Classic This GB 36 Classic is truly a wooden classic! One of the last of this model, built with Philippine mahogany. She was built at the new shipyard in Singapore just prior to Grand Banks switch to a fiberglass hull mid-1973. This is a two-cabin, single diesel engine with flybridge layout; interior has parquet floors, leather settees, two heads. The current owner has lovingly worked to restore her; repairing decks, cabin, varnishing bright work, and completing upgrades to capture and preserve this truly iconic boat. GB 36 models are known for their seaworthiness and stability due to the semi-displacement hull, deep forefoot, long keel and hard chines. She has been boathouse kept for protection and to maintain her restoration. The Bellingham, WA boathouse is also available for sale. These boat details are subject to contract. Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.
1965 Grand Banks Twin Woody Grand Banks are the benchmark trawlers for many Pacific NW cruisers, and 'GALATEA' is a very well-kept example of the versatile 36 Classic, she is hull #5!She's been undercover kept by her last two owners, Twin 100-hp Lehman diesels offer maneuverability and economical cruising at 8-10 knots. Starboard engine rebuilt in late '96. Nicely equipped for NW cruising, including Webasto cabin heat and more!
1974 Grand Banks 32 A distinctive and classy small trawler in every way a Grand Banks. She's a capable and sought-after Northwest cruiser. One of the early fiberglass 32s, this one has been lovingly cared for and kept in fresh water by her current owner for over two decades. The seller reports the full tanks were just filled to make sure they are full during the winter months as has been his custom since purchasing the boat 25 years ago.These boat details are subject to contract. Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.
Bainbridge Island, Washington
1981 Grand Banks 32 Located in covered moorage. 120 Ford Lehman Diesel with 1900Hours. Very dependable and economical trawler. Please email me with any questions.