42' Grand Banks Grand Banks Classic Trawler 1973 Yacht for Sale
Grand Banks Grand Banks Classic Details:
- 42 Grand Banks 1973 Grand Banks Classic
- Vessel Length: 42 feet
- Vessel Builder: Grand Banks
- Vessel Model: Grand Banks Classic
- Vessel Year: 1973
- Vessel Name: Uncorked
- Vessel Type: Trawler
- Vessel Price: $ Contact for Price
- Vessel Location: Merritt Island FL US
For more information contact:
Capt. Mark Antokas
42 Grand Banks Grand Banks Classic 1973 Additional Information:
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Builder: Grand Banks
Model: Grand Banks Classic
Type: Trawler Aft Cabin Cruiser
LOA: 42ft 6 in
Engine Details: 2 x Ford Lehman 120
Engine 1: 1973 - 120 HP - 2176 Hours
Engine 2: 1973 - 120 HP - 300 Hours
Engine Details: Inboard - Diesel
Beam: 13ft 5 in
Draft: 4ft 2in
Cruise Speed: 6 Knots
Max Speed: 14 Knots
Water Capacity: 200
Hold Capacity: 80 gal
UnCorked" is a wonderful example of a time proven classic 42-foot trawler and a great loop, Bahamas and Florida Keys veteran built by American Marine. Fiberglass, hull number 374, with 2100 hours, this boat was originally built to the exacting specifications of JFK's PT Commodore. This boat has an oversized, fully enclosed bridge with Strataglass (2013) and no-see-um screens aft. Both helms include full set of gauges and alarms, Garmin 12” touchscreens/chart plotters. This boat has always been professionally maintained and upgraded.
In a Boat US Review: “… the Grand Banks 42 has changed little in her three and a half decades of production. Though still a niche market, trawler yachts have experienced a revival in recent years. And, known for its timelessly handsome style and solid construction, few, if any, are more recognizable or in greater demand than the Grand Banks 42 Classic.
The quality of joiner work of Grand Banks has become the benchmark for this class of yacht and, although often copied, quite frankly the quality is seldom matched by competitors. Inside the GB42 Classic, the layout features a two-stateroom/two-head arrangement divided by midship saloon and galley. The GB42 has large cabin windows that let in plenty of light so the interior never appears dudgeon like...
… There have been very few changes over the years to the basic interior arrangement although in recent years Grand Banks has reduced its use of teak veneered plywood.
The arrangement of the GB42 is centered around the main saloon with entrance companionways on either side. The saloon is spacious with an L-shaped dinette, which converts to a double bed, aft to starboard and an opposite side storage and counter with large TV. The galley is arranged on the port side forward and storage is ample and easily reached. Forward and to starboard is the lower helm adjacent to the companionway and there is a small bar between the dinette and helm.
From the main saloon, you go down several steps to the forward cabin that feature a large V-berth, head to starboard and hanging lockers to port. There are ample drawers and storage below the V-berth, headroom is well over 6' and an overhead deck hatch for natural ventilation. The master stateroom is aft of the main saloon and again down several steps. The traditional aft cabin layout has been converted to a king size bed. A large head and shower/tub forward of the berth and a hanging locker, which includes the washer-dryer. This layout offers a king-size berth, a large dresser and table with ample storage.
The Grand Banks 42 is not the right boat if you want a full displacement ocean-going motor vessel, but it certainly fits the need of the vast majority of boaters who don't intend to venture far offshore or cross oceans.
The Grand Banks 42 easily accommodates a dozen people for cocktails, six can dine in reasonable comfort and when it's time to turn in for the evening she provides privacy and comfort for four. This is may be why many who are willing to travel at a leisurely, slow pace consider the Grand Banks 42 Classic a near perfect coastal cruising powerboat.”
2 12,000 BTU A/C heat pump units, new 2015 Extensive woodwork throughout. Engine alarm system at bridge and in salon 2 100 gal water tanks whole house water filter Blue tooth stereo system Avanti washer and dryer in aft cabin New hot water heater 2016, interior sun shades Whiskey bar
Princess 3 burner Propane range and oven 8 Cu Ft Nova Cool Refrigerator 2012 8 Cu Ft Nova cool freezer 2012 3 Cu Ft Ice Box U-Line Ice Maker new fresh water drinking pump 2016 new hot water tank 2016 all slide out cupboards
Engine and Mechanical Details
2 Ford Lehman 120hp Diesels, one engine 2176hrs, other engine since rebuild 300hrs. Racor fuel polishers Engine low water flow alarm Engine temp oli pressure guages 8D starting battery Heat exchangers replaced 2013 fresh water pumps 2016 fuel pumps 2016 new drive shaft and cutlass bearings 2013 40 amp battery charger 2013
Helm and Electronics
E-marine solar panels 500 watt with tristar and victron remote displays 2015 2250 ah house battery bank 1 8-d, 8 6v deep cycle 2015 2 30 amp 110 v circuit panels 2.8 kw yamaha portable gas generator 2014 Xantrax inverter 1000w 2 Garmin 5212 12 inch color touch screen chart plotter (nmea 2000 nav systems) extensive electronic charts ais tranceiver epirb 2 (St Horizon) (West) vhf radios 3 tv's
1000 lb dinghy davit with strong arm winch and dedicated battery new thru hulls 2014 new bridge seat cushions 2016 60 lb CQR with 200 ft 3/8 Stainless steel chain Ideal windlass 2013 digital mast mounted tv antenna 2014 Full canvas enclosure 2013 Steering station above Very large stainless steel search light
King size bed new toilet raritan elegance with electronic controls 2015
* Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on this website.
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.