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  • Manufacturer: Franchini
  • Location: Dartmouth, Devon
  • Year: 1972
  • LOA: 36'4" (11.07m)
  • Beam: 12' 2'' (3.71m)
  • Berths: 7
  • Draft:
  • ID no.: 171173
  • Cabins: 3
  • Heating: Mikuni
  • Heads: 2
  • Showers: 1
  • Engine Make: Ford Lehman
  • Horsepower: 216hp
  • Drive Type: Shaft drive
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Fuel Tank Size: 360 Gallons
  • Cruise Speed: 8
  • Top Speed: 14
  • Range: 350 nm

Broker Remarks

Built in 1972 of wood with teak side decks and cockpit. Distinctive teak-trimmed transom and rails, plumb bow, high bulwarks, large deckhouse and flying bridge, the 36 foot Grand Banks is a boat that has a traditional look.

The first Grand Banks yachts were built in Hong Kong until 1968, when production was moved to Singapore. (Today, boats are built in both Singapore and Malaysia.) Known for traditional craftsmanship, flawless wood joinery and classic styling, Grand Banks did not switch from all-wood (Philippine mahogany) construction to contemporary fiberglass construction methods until 1973.

Easy for two people to handle by themselves. Large master stateroom aft, a single head compartment, a guest stateroom with V-berths forward and an airy saloon with an inside helm station (in addition to the station on the fly bridge) and an adjacent galley.  Would make a very comfortable liveaboard boat.

Accommodation

Sleeps 7 in 3 cabins including the saloon

  • Mikuni cabin heating throughout
  • Teak interior joinery
  • Teak parquet flooring
  • Blinds

Saloon:

  • 'L' shaped and linear settee's
  • Inside helm station

Galley:

  • 4-burner gas cooker, oven and grill,
  • Sink
  • 12v refrigerator

Large master stateroom aft

Guest stateroom forward with ‘V’-berth

 Heads compartments (aft with shower):

  • Jabsco marine toilet
  • Hand basin

Flybridge:

  • Helm station

Mechanical and Rigging

Built by American Marine in 1972 to a design by Ken Smith

Hull #36-283
British Registered #357899

  • Mahogany hull
  • Teak side decks and transom
  • Dual steering
  • Mast and boom for steadying sail
  • Last antifouled July 2014
  • Anodes last replaced July 2014

Mechanical:

  • Twin Ford Lehman 6-cylinder 108hp diesel engines (1972)
  • Last serviced 2012
  • Sea water cooled
  • Borg Warner gear box's
  • Shaft drive with 3-blade propellers
  • Twin lever controls
  • Cruising speed 8-10 knots
  • Maximum speed 14 knots

Electrics:

  • 12 volt system supplied by 2 x batteries (2013)
  • Charged by engine alternators and 220v battery charger
  • Generator
  • Shore power and cable

Water System:

  • Manual and pressurised water systems
  • Water heating system

Tankage

  • Fuel capacity 360 gallons in 3 x steel tanks
  • Fresh water capacity (unknown) in 2 x steel tanks
  • 1 x Plastic Holding tank

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Inventory

Navigation Equipment:

  • 2 x Compass's
  • Depth sounder
  • Log/Speed
  • Wind speed/direction
  • Navigation centre
  • Autopilot
  • GPS/Plotter
  • Radar
  • Radar detector
  • VHF

Ground Tackle:

  • CQR anchor
  • 60 metres of chain
  • Danforth anchor
  • Electric windlass

General Equipment:

  • Cutlery and Crockery
  • Clock and Barometer
  • Radio and CD Player
  • Cockpit speakers
  • Cockpit table
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Davits (Manual)
  • Avon tender
  • Warps
  • Fenders
  • Boathook
  • Fender baskets
  • Aft deck fly bridge cover
  • Boarding ladder
  • Bathing platform

Safety Equipment:

  • Navigation lights
  • Anchor, deck and steaming lights
  • Manual bilge pump
  • 2 x Electric bilge pumps
  • Life raft (service due)
  • Danbuoy
  • 5 x Lifejackets
  • Flares (expire 2015)
  • Horn
  • Fire Blanket
  • 2 x Manual Fire Extinguishers
  • 2 x Automatic Fire Extinguishers
  • Radar reflector
  • Pulpit, pushpit and guardrails

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