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1972 36' Grand Banks

ListingID: bbc553-17119

Price: $55,000

Model: 36
Vessel Type: POWER
Boat Type: Trawler
Engine Type: Inboard

 

Hull Material: Wood
Engine(s): 2 x 120HP (Lehman)
Engine Type: Inboard
Fuel: Diesel
Location: Wyandotte, MI

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The Grand Banks 36 “Classic” was the first model in the Grand Banks fleet, 1200 were built of the finest Philippine mahogany. Halcyon is hull 285. She features twin staterooms which are all finished with warm handcrafted teak woodwork, varnish and paint' all recently redone and in very good condition. Topsides you will find raised bulwarks providing protection to the walk around decks. Her features include mahogany decks, a functional mast and boom, direct cockpit access from the aft stateroom, tender, and a spacious flybridge. She is powered by twin Lehman diesel engines.

Accommodations: Below, the three level cabins make for a surprising light and airy main saloon with big windows and a starboard side door for cross ventilation. Window treatments were installed in spring 2016. The lower helm station is fully functional and comfortable for poor weather sailing. The galley to port boats an enormous refrigerator, new in 2016, and a full size 3 burner propane range, also new this spring. A microwave oven and custom pan storage is below the stove. Built in cupboards and drawers give plenty of storage while the starboard L seating around the adjustable table opposite the port side bench seat give seating for six or more. Cushions were recovered in 2016. The original teak cabinetry and parquet floors' recently refinished, highlight the traditional comfort of this big trawler living area. Forward and down 5 steps is the forward cabin with traditional V berths and attached head with sink. Again teak built in shelves, drawers, cupboards and lockers highlight the charm of trawler living and great design. An overhead hatch gives good ventilation at anchor or underway. Deck prisms have been added to the hatch for light. Aft, and down three steps, is the master stateroom, again with teak built in cupboards, lockers and drawers. To starboard is a double berth while to port is a single berth. The large adjoining head is comfortable and sports a head, sink, and hot and cold shower. This is a very roomy cabin on a vessel renowned for being comfortable.

 

Mechanical Equipment: Beneath 3 convenient hatches in the main salon are two Ford Lehman diesels and a typical marine engine room with full access to tanks, batteries, pumps and plenty of storage for spares. Halcyon carries 430 gallons of fuel and 170 water. She has just concluded a 7 week cruise covering over 1200 trouble free miles. At 8 mph, she burns only 2.5 gallons per hour. Halcyon has only 4200 hours on engines that can easily go 10,000 or more hours before needing any serious work.

 

Galley Equipment: he galley to port boats an enormous refrigerator, new in 2016, and a full size 3 burner propane range, also new this spring. A microwave oven and custom pan storage is below the stove. Built in cupboards and drawers give plenty of storage while the starboard L seating around the adjustable table opposite the port side bench seat give seating for six or more. Cushions were recovered in 2016.

 

Electronics and Nav Gear: Electronics and navigation equipment include: Northstar GPS/plotter, Raytheon radar and automatic pilot, 2 Navman 7100 VHF's, Standard Horizon depth meter, compasses and full engine gauges at both stations. Most systems have been checked and/or updated in the last year.

 

Electrical Systems: 12v and 120V, 3 battery banks

 

Deck and Hull Equipment: Working mast, anchor windlass

 

Sails/Rigging: steadying sail

 

Additional Equipment/Features: Very recent updates and upgrades throughout boat.