The Grand Banks 36 Classic has long history of building a seaworthy trawler with its semi-displacement hull with long keel, a deep forefoot and hard chines. Built of mahogany these two staterooms have handcrafted it has gained classic status. The Grand Banks is also powered by twin, not a single, Fo...more
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The Grand Banks 36 Classic has long history of building a seaworthy trawler with its semi-displacement hull with long keel, a deep forefoot and hard chines. Built of mahogany these two staterooms have handcrafted it has gained classic status. The Grand Banks is also powered by twin, not a single, Ford Lehman diesel engines.
The flybridge has a teak sole with a sextant in the flooring.
There is bench seating for up to 6 at the flybridge.
The helm control at the flybridge is outfitted with all the gauges and controls need to monitor and run the Grand Banks. Notable is the rudder angle gauge, the separate depth gauge, and the Northstar Explorer 550 GPS/Plotter.
There is also a flybridge canvas cover along with a mast and boom. There is no sail currently.
The side decks are wide with raised bulwarks to provide safety when walking around on deck.
Entry into the main salon/helm area is from starboard.
The lower helm station has two Navman VHF 7100, a Raytheon autopilot mounted overhead of the helm. There is also a Raytheon R80 radar monitor mounted to the helm dash.
Down a set of stairs forward is the forward stateroom with head.
The forward stateroom features two single berths with storage drawers below to port and starboard as well as a hanging closet. An overhead hatch can be opened to allow in fresh air and light.
There is an enclosed head forward with a toilet and sink. The toilet has been disconnected as it has a direct discharge overboard which is illegal in the Great Lakes.
Back in the main salon you'll find the galley to port.
The galley features a microwave, a single stainless-steel sink with cutting board cover, a 3-burner stove with cover, and a refrigerator. There are also cupboard and drawer storage options available for your provisions.
The previous owner installed an inverter so systems can be run when not plugged in a the dock. A great feature when you don't have a generator.
A large L-shaped lounge with a table is located to starboard. There are large windows with blinds behind the lounge. Across the walkway to port is an additional sofa with drawer storage beneath adding to the seating capacity in the salon.
Moving aft down the stairs you'll find the second stateroom and enclosed head.
The stateroom has a queen berth to starboard and single to port at the rear of the room. A dresser is located center between the two berths. There is a fold-down pair of stairs that lead to an additional rear entry hatch.
A closet is located at the base of the steps to port.
Across from the closet is the second and larger enclosed head. The head has a manual flush toilet, a stainless-steel sink, a vanity, and a medicine cabinet.
There is also a shower head with faucet handles and a shower curtain on a frame for showering.
The overall condition of the Grand Banks 36 is good.
The hull was found to be in good condition with a little potential issue aft-starboard.
The interior was found to be clean and all the upholstery was found to be in good condition.
The engines were inspected and found to be clean. Engines were not started or run but the seller states engines run great.
We have several active listings for Chris-Craft, Mainship, Sea Ray, and Marine Trader. If you're in the Detroit, Toledo, Sterling Heights, or Ann Arbor areas, please use the form on this page to let me know what you're looking for and I'll get back with you today about any other trawler / antique and classic options we have locally that may meet your needs.
All reasonable offers will be reviewed and presented to the seller.
All offers are contingent upon being fully satisfied with unit after personal inspection and/or professional inspection.
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