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36' 1972 Grand Banks Tri Cabin - US$44,900
Gig Harbor Yacht Sales
Please Ask for Wayne Gilham, CPYB
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|Draft Board/Drive Up||4 ft||Engine Make||Caterpillar|
|Engine Model||3160 V-8||Fuel Capacity||170 gal|
|Length at Waterline||35 ft||Length Overall||36 ft 10 in|
|Cabin Headroom||6 ft 2 in||Number of Heads||2|
|Water Capacity||90 gal||Engine Hours||4350|
|Number of Berths||5||Number of Engines||1|
|Max Bridge Clearance||17 ft|
V-8 diesel powerplant sets this 36 Grand-Banks TriCabin apart from most others: smooth single Caterpillar 3160 has nearly the power of the more-complex twin Lehman installations! Boathouse-kept, her exterior finishes - both paint and brightwork - are top-notch; virtually no grain-wastage on the still-tight teak decks. Salon features a custom countertop with sliding-door storage, in place of the straight salon settee -- but easily converted back, as all settee components still available. Large drop-down chart-table directly above this counter... Still has that original teak-door Stainless-lined fridge; four-burner propane stove. Two separate forced-air propane furnaces! Custom electrical panels, extra batteries. Tidy engine-room; fuel-tanks appear excellent, no exterior corrosion. Recent out-of-water survey confirms very solid overall condition; aggressively priced well below survey value!
Traditional L-shaped settee around folding-leaf dining table; pleasant light-patterned fabric upholstery.
Table drops to create double berth.
Where straight settee USUALLY is (-- across from dinette), now there is a long counter-top with sliding-door storage cabinet beneath -- matches galley counter!
Settee components still available; quick conversion back to original configuration
Above counter-top is large drop-down chart-table hinged from overhead.
Just aft of side-door is cabinet with fold-down writing desk, fitted drinking-glass storage, and drawers.
Pleasant pleated linen drapes thru-out
Original perforated vinyl head-liner - very good condition, not soiled.
Teak grab-bar down centerline of salon, overhead.
Sliding side windows; hinged opening central windshield forward.
Tight teak-parquet floors.
original Teak-door Fridge, SSTL-lined
4-burner Magic-Chef propane stove with oven
deep single-basin SSTL sink w/ pressure H&C water
Seagull fresh water filtration system
Plate storage in lift-up cabinet in dashboard, two drawers under
cabinet up high divides galley from aft countertop
Large "Saura" flat-card compass
Wagner s-50 autopilot
Standard-Horizon LH-10 auto-foghorn / hailer
Datamarine "International Offshore" digital depth sounder
Furuno Loran (now obsolete)
Icom VHF ICM-55
Icom VHF ICM-504 with DSC
Interphase "Probe" forward-scanning sonar
Furuno CRT radar
Garmin GPSMap 200 green-screen CRT chartplotter, using C-Map cartridges
Full set of engine instruments
Portable chartlight on coiled cord
big bronze clinometer
Traditional V-berths; traditional large hanging locker at entry.
Long drawers under V-berths.
Hatch to foredeck reconfigured with translucent plastic cover; solar vent in center.
En-suite head compartment with manual toilet, sstl sink in corner shelf.
Double berth to starboard. Large hanging locker at entry.
Single berth to port, has removable seatback-board and cushions, to make up comfortable settee.
Drawers behind teak ladder to aft-deck exit.
Elegant stained-glass insert in aft-cabin doors (salmon-pattern).
En-suite head compartment has electric toilet, inset SSTL sink, sliding-door under-sink cabinets, huge mirror, separate faucet for shower (teak floor grating).
TWO "Proplex" propane ducted forced-air furnaces -- one for salon, one for aft master stateroom. Vented outside to side-deck walkways, not thru-hull (thus cannot "burn" adjacent moored boat!)
Two forced-air electric cabin heaters
"red dot" engine-heat below side-door step, to heat salon while underway.
Fore'n'aft seating - helmsman's double-wide to starboard, single-wide at co-pilot side to port -- pleasant blue-to-white striped pattern will disguise dirt...
Complete area teak-decking overlay over plywood cabintop.
Massive 8-spoke teak wheel
Full Stewart-Warner engine-gage set.
Morse throttle and shift levers.
Datamarine digital Depth gage.
Ritchie PowerDamp Compass
propane tank below CoPilot seat..,
hinged mast (folds forward, not aft) with cargo-boom
Sunbrella modesty panels attached to SSTL railings aft of flybridge cowling.
Sturdy SSTL-tubing grab-rails on boat-deck access to flybridge, surrounding teak step-area.
Very good condition teak decking -- minimal grain washout, still nearly flat. Between-plank caulking still resilient.
Cabin-side and flybridge coaming finishes are excellent-condition marine-enamel.
Teak caprail and safety-railings have bristol finish.
SSTL-tubing pulpit out over teak anchoring platform.
Ideal electric windlass; CQR-pattern pivoting plow anchor.
Three-part lazarette hatch, very good condition even on underside!
teak-strip swim platform.
Caterpillar 3160 V-8 diesel, 210 hp, fresh-water-cooled... smooth low-vibration power at all rpm.
Cruise 7.5 knots at 1800rpm, 8 knots at 1900 rpm.. 2.5 gph (same fuel-consumption as single Ford Lehman, but far more reserve power avaialable); can go to 2300 rpm to punch thru headseas.
3:1 Velvet-drive reduction transmission; turns massive 28 x 22 4-blade prop
Dry-stack exhaust (lagged) to in-engineroom water-injection mufflers, then rubber hoses to transom discharge.
full SSTL pan under engine (hull remains oil-free)
Racor 1000 large-capacity fuel-filter
Steel fuel tanks appear very good condition; no external corrosion. Two side-tanks at 170 gal each, one athwartship tank in aft end of engineroom at 90 gal.
newer sound insulation
Upgraded electrical panel 12v/110v; all circuit-breakers
separate panel for heavy-duty consumers
Balmar DCM200 battery charge indicator
7.5kW Onan 2-cyl genset, in sound-enclosure
8D engine-start battery - new July 2012
four, 6v Golf-Cart batteries for house-bank
12v gp31 Genset battery
165amp Prestolite alternator, new 2012
not to include large-diameter ship's clock in salon, brass ship's bell on portside salon bulkhead, brass barometer & clock set above salon settee, and framed nautical knots display in aft-cabin.
|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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3119 Harborview Dr
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