Your chance to own one of the most popular powerboat designs of all time. Built in 1994 "Anakalia" is hull number 1298 of the timeless Grand Banks 42 widebody trawlers. This is the super desirable version with a V berth forward, and island queen berth aft.
Very well equipped, check these quick specs:
*upgraded Caterpillar 3116 engines
*3 zone air conditioning with remote compressor units
*upgraded electric davit crane with RIB inflatable hard bottom dingy
* Furuno NavNet electronics with upper and lower display units
*Village Marine Tec watermaker
*built in Splendide washer / dryer
This GB42 features twin Caterpillar 3116 350Hp diesels, with approximately 3400 hours. The engines have just been inspected and are ready to go.
The upgraded 12Kw Northern lights generator has only 1650 hours, and offers plenty of power for the onboard air conditioning, watermaker, and washer / dryer.
The exterior teak decks are in good condition; the window frames, fuel tanks, and headliner are all in very good to excellent condition. These are the main items to consider when looking for a Grand Banks classic, and "Anakalia" shows her loving owners care and attention to detail.
The teak interior woodwork is in beautiful condition, and shows very little wear. All of the curtains, fabrics, and Ultrasuede cushions look nearly new. The dark blue sunbrella bimini and covers are in very good to excellent condition.
This particular Grand banks has been outfitted with many upgrades and accessories over the years including the addition of an electric Mar-Quipt davit crane, and a Caribe 9ft rigid hull inflatable dingy, with a Yamaha 8Hp outboard. There is also the built in Spendide combo washer dryer, and a watermaker to allow extended cruising without having to stop for fresh water. The Icom VHF features a hailer and foghorn, and the NavNet system offers color radar and chartplotter functions. There is a Raymarine autopilot on the flybridge, and the engines feature a Glendenning syncronizer to make syncing the engines as easy as pulling a switch.
The teak interior has large windows that allow lots of light for an open airy feel to the staterooms. Each cabin has huge hanging lockers, plus lots of drawers and cabinets for storage. On the aft deck there are two large lazarette lockers that have ample room for spares and cruising gear.
One of the best design features of the Grand banks yachts is the raised forward anchor platform. The windlass and bow rollers are raised up off the deck to an easy working height so you don't have to bend over and work the anchor like most boats.
Everything about the design and layout makes it easy to move about, even in rough seas. There are no steep ladders or tight passages to squeeze through. There are handrails everywhere to enable safe movement along the side decks, or up to the flybridge.
The large island queen berth in the aft stateroom and separate head / shower compartments make it easy to share space with guests and crew. The large main salon features the timeless Grand Banks teak folding table, that is height adjustable for use as a coffee table if desired. The large, flexible salon and galley are perfect for entertaining, or an intimate dinner onboard. And the twin stainless steel fridge / freezer lockers with true cold-plate system ensure you will have plenty of fresh food for longer voyages.
There is a reason nearly 90% of all Grand Banks yacht ever made are still in use today. With heavy fiberglass construction, moderate freeboard, and efficient hull shape, they are the perfect blend of safety, fuel economy, and seaworthy handling. The high quality built into every one of their vessels endures for decades. A quick look at SoldBoats.com shows these yachts are still cruising on nearly every ocean in the World.
There are lots of pictures and videos here, we make every attempt to accurately show the condition of the vessel and equipment so you can make an informed decision.
Call today for a showing or more information. This is one of the best examples of a Grand Banks 42 widebody classic, at a very competitive price.
For more information or to schedule a showing, please contact Malcolm Morgan 415-304-7938 firstname.lastname@example.org or John Baier 415-377-0866 email@example.com
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.