Highlights & Recent Updates
Twin Cummins 6BT5.9M Diesels Rated at 210 hp
Brand NEW Bottom Paint & Zincs (June 2019)
Brightwork Sanded & Varnished w/Several Coats
New Battery Charger Being Added June 2019
New Radar Dome and Antenna’s for TV, VHF, etc.
Powder Coat Added on Mast & Boom
Replaced Custom Heavy Duty Davits
Replaced Boom Crutch that Supports Boom & Mast Separately
New Flybridge Cushions, New Canvas to Protect Exterior Brightwork & New Bimini Canvas
New Pump for All Refrigeration
New Main Batteries
Newish Jabsco Spotlight, Raymarine Model # E70024 Chartplotter, Autopilot, Anchor Chain & MORE!
The Grand Banks 36 Classic is a highly regarded aft-cabin trawler that enjoys an unmatched reputation for beauty, comfort and seaworthiness. Ladyhawk is a very nice example of a 1995 model!
Whether you are planning a weekend getaway or cruise to the islands, this 36' trawler is ready to accommodate. She features an open flybridge fully covered by a bimini, fore and aft staterooms, each with its own head, salon with interior helm station and a fully equipped galley. There are also wide teak side decks and an aft cockpit with storage lockers, hot/cold cockpit shower, welded, aluminum dinghy davits with blocks and tackle and a teak swim platform with a stainless steel swim ladder. All of these features ensure there is an abundance of room, comfort and convenience, both inside and out.
The interior of LadyHawk has a classically nautical feel with the beautiful varnished teak joiner work throughout. The interior is bright and airy, thanks to numerous windows (many of them with screens) and hatches. Another bonus on this boat is the abundance of storage.
If you are looking for a well-maintained, quality boat ready for summer cruising, Ladyhawk is the one for you!
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The interior of Ladyhawk was built of high-quality, varnished teak veneer with a teak and holly sole and solid teak cabinetry. Her mattresses are of thick, high density foam covered in a tan designer fabric and her salon cushions have a foam core covered with a high quality, deep forest green, Ultra Suede material. She also has beautiful, form-fitted, duvet covers for all mattresses.
The interior is very bright and airy with: eight double (fixed/opening) trunk cabin ports w/screens; six double (fixed/opening) wheelhouse windows w/screens; two wheelhouse deck entrance doors; nine large fixed wheelhouse windows; two cabin overhead opening hatches; and one aft cabin opening hatch w/screens.
There is over six-feet three-inches of standing headroom throughout the three cabins and Ladyhawk can sleep four adults in complete privacy.
Forward Guest Stateroom
The forward stateroom is three steps down from the salon/wheelhouse. It features solid teak ceiling outboard along the hull, off-white laminated bulkheads with solid teak trim, V-berth with filler and a teak chain locker hatch up and forward of berth. Aft to port of the V-berth is a large, cedar-lined, teak hanging locker with louvered door and two teak storage drawers aft.
Forward Ensuite Head
Aft to starboard of the V-berth is an enclosed head. It features:
Aft and Centerline of V-Berth
Aft and centerline of the V-berth are four teak steps leading up to the salon/wheelhouse. Behind the second step is a row of master battery switches for 12V power to the engine, house and genset. Above these stairs is a teak door that provides privacy from the salon.
The salon/wheelhouse/galley is three steps up from the forward guest stateroom. The inside helm is directly to starboard. A hand crafted, teak, fold-up chair is provided for helm seating. There is a teak door to starboard of the helm which provides convenient access to the deck. Directly aft of the helm is a teak bar with spirits storage and a U-Line icemaker below.
For a thirty-six foot trawler, the main salon of Ladyhawk is very spacious and incorporates the elegant teak and upholstery typically found on Grand Banks yachts.
To starboard of the salon is an L-shaped settee with storage. Adjacent to the settee is a teak, drop-leaf table with storage inside and a spirits rack below.
Directly aft and to port of the salon is a single settee with storage under and a teak, deck access door outboard.
The salon is circumscribed by large fixed/opening windows with screens that contributes significantly to passive lighting and ventilation. Overhead and running fore and aft are teak handrails for safety in heavy seas.
Embedded in the salon’s teak and holly sole are large removable panels providing excellent access to both Cummins engines.
The salon has three, double 12V lamps, three brass reading lamps and several 120V outlets.
Aft Master Stateroom
The master stateroom is aft and three steps down from the wheelhouse/salon/galley. On centerline is a walk-around queen berth with teak nightstands to port and starboard. To port of the berth is a row of four teak drawers with a very large, walk-in, teak closet forward. To starboard of the berth is a similar set of four teak drawers with two storage lockers outboard.
Aft and to port of the master stateroom is a teak cabinet with drawers and removable stairs, which when assembled, permits passage to the aft cockpit. On either side of the centerline berth are 12V brass reading lamps with three dual 12V lamps and two 12V fans overhead.
The master stateroom has two fixed/opening windows with screens port and starboard and a folding, teak privacy door forward to close the cabin off from the salon.
Aft Ensuite Head
Forward and to starboard of the master stateroom is the ensuite head. The head features:
The galley is to port of the inside helm and runs fore and aft. Since the galley is up and in the wheelhouse/salon area, there is excellent lighting and ventilation.
Above the white laminated countertop, there is an array of overhead, drop-down, teak cabinets for dish storage. Immediately aft of the countertop, is a beautiful teak cabinet with storage above and paper towel dispenser with glass/bottle rack below.
The countertop has a large SS sink with hot/cold pressure water controlled by a single lever Delta faucet. Below the sink is a set of teak storage drawers and cabinets with a flatware storage compartment above.
Below and aft of the countertop, there is a Polar Mate 12V refrigerator/freezer and forward, is a Seaward, Hillerange/Princess, three burner range/oven with Seaward LPG solenoid (LPG tank stored in flybridge vented locker).
Forward and to port of the helm, is a teak trash bin.
The galley has dual overhead 12V lighting and one (1) 120V GFCI outlet.
A majority of Ladyhawk’s hot and cold water systems were re-plumbed in 2008.
Ladyhawk’s deck is laid out in Ken Smith’s classic, trunk cabin design with: deep (two foot) bulwarks circumscribing wide teak decks; SS stanchions mounted on teak cap rails with teak handrails on top; aft cockpit with deck above trunk cabin; traditional mast and boom for steadying sail; and a flybridge to complement the inside helm. In addition to these basic features, Ladyhawk (excluding her teak decks) comes to market with highly varnished, exterior teak trim with green Sunbrella covers to minimize yearly maintenance. She also has matching green sunscreens for all windows and ports to decrease cabin heat and reduce UV bleaching of interior teak.
The flybridge is two levels up from the main deck and has SS guard rails with teak steps leading up from portside. The flybridge is a molded fiberglass unit with teak decks, wide helm console with storage under and venturi windshield. The helm, which is to starboard, has: a varnished teak wheel; engine controls; electronics; and twin, molded fiberglass (front/back) seats to port and starboard. Aft of the helm is a beautiful, varnished, teak-folding table, which provides comfortable seating for two (2) adults, and directly to port, is a large, portable cooler. Additional flybridge features include: SS guard rails with green Sunbrella side curtains; painted aluminum mast on hinged tabernacle with boom, SS standing rigging, spreader lights, blocks and tackle; radar dome mounted on mast with navigation lights and antennas; enclosed and vented LPG locker; and a full flybridge, SS framed, bimini with green Sunbrella canvas.
Other key features associated with Ladyhawk’s deck are as follows:
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