PowerBoat Guide correctly notes about the 36 Classic, "There are some boats that have been with us for so long and are so popular that they have attained classic status. The Grand Banks 36 is such a boat. Her 26,000 lb semi-displacement hull with a long keel, hard chines and deep forefoot provide sea worthiness and stability unmatched by other boats in her class, and she also has a reputation for quality construction, economical operation and dependable cruising performance".
The design was an immediate hit for Grand Banks (and almost 1,200 were ultimately built). When the country was flooded with cheap Taiwan trawlers in the 1970s and '80s, Grand Banks set the standard for quality in a trawler-style yacht, and they remain perennially popular on the brokerage market.
This particular twin engine (almost ALL from this period were single screw) example has been owned by the same family for many years and shows very nicely inside and out today. She's also VERY competitively priced and lying in a potentially transferable Sausalito Yacht Harbor slip--there's a long wait to get in the marina here so this is a material benefit if you're able to take advantage.
Note absentee owner motivated and offers encouraged...
Guest stateroom if forward with V-berth, hanging locker, drawers and other storage. Head has vanity with storage. Salon is midships with helm and door to side deck to starboard, galley opposite. L-shaped settee with drop leaf dining table is behind helm, straight settee to port.
Master stateroom is below aft, with double berth to starboard, single berth to port. There is a large hanging locker to port and head with vanity and shower starboard.
Note beautiful interior woodwork including parquet sole, 6'4 headroom.
Hot/cold pressure water (hot water heater AC and engine fired) with stainless steel sink, Princess three burner electric stove with oven, Norcold compact upright AC/DC refrigerator. VacuFlush toilet aft, Raritan manual pump toilet forward.
110V AC / 12V DC. 30 amp shorepower service and Onan 7.5 kW genset, Statpowe Truecharge 40+ battery charger, 30 amp Charles 3.6ks isolation transformer.two 8D flooded wet cel batteries. Note boat's 110V wiring has been almost totally renewed.
Raymarine C80 multi function display (chartplotter and 24 mile radar), Furuno color fishfiner, Benmar autopilot, two Rayteon Raydata know meter/depth sounder, two Ritchie PowerDamp compasses, Icom VHF radio.
Solid hand laid FRP semi displacement hull with long keel, hard chines and deep forefoot, fiberglass house, teak over FRP decks. 45 lb CQR anchor on bronze roller with 5/16" and 150' 5/10" line rode, Lofrans horizontal capstan windlass, six bronze morring cleats.