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This Boat is Off Market

  • Sold
  • Power / Trawlers
  • Grand Banks / Classic 42
  • 1990 / Used
  • 43'3" / 14'1"
  • 1990 Cummins 6BT5.9
  • 1990 Cummins 6BT5.9
  • 4200 hrs
  • Diesel

Trawlers 1990 Grand Banks Classic 42

Off Market since Sep 23rd 2022

To see full description of this boat from the seller click on the Seller Description tab above.

Due to an unfortunate recent family situation, Daisy , a 1990 Grand Banks 42 Classic is reluctantly available. Daisy is in above average condition in almost every regard. In the past few months, Daisy has had some excellent upgrades, as well as continued maintenance.

A 2021 survey and oil analysis are available for serious inquiries.

Daisy is currently in Myrtle Beach, SC.

For a 31 year old trawler, Daisy is in great shape and ready to fuel, provision and go!

  – Upgrades:Flexiteek synthetic decking installed, new hardware installed on lazarette hatches
  – Old tired teak decking was removed (removed original teak decking, repaired all screw holes, any deck problems were repaired, new hatches made for lazarette, upper steps to flybridge repaired)
  – New teak steps installed from main deck toward flybridge
  – Recent electronics (Garmin with radar)
  – Battery charger upgraded with new ProMariner Pronautic P Series 60 amp charger
  – Replaced original water heater with new Kuuma 11 gallon 120V water heater

Significant maintenance:

  – All teak brightwork stripped and redone with Awlgrip Awlwood gloss
  – Stripped, cleaned and sealed swim platform (Semco)
  – Replaced 50 amp female end of shore power cable, replaced original 240V wiring from aft shore power hookup to breaker panel, replaced fuses for shore power hookups bow and aft
  – Rewired distribution panels

PowerBoat Guide Description

An iconic boat that needs no introduction, the Grand Banks 42 is easily the most successful trawler design ever produced. Although called a trawler, the Grand Banks does not have a trawler hull. Rather, she rides on a semi-displacement hull with a tall bow, hard chines, and a full keel which gives her a moderate 4'2" of draft. The mahogany construction of the original Grand Banks 42 gave way to fiberglass in late 1973. One of the most desirable features of the Grand Banks 42 is her roomy full-teak interior. Although a galley-down layout was available, most were built with the galley forward to port in the salon, opposite the lower helm. The master stateroom is aft and came with a walkaround double berth (twin berths in early models) and split head and shower compartments. The forward stateroom has V-berths. Full walkaround decks make getting around easy and secure. Among many engine options, twin 210hp Cummins (or Cats) diesels cruise at 9-10 knots.

Deck & Exterior

  – Open space makes it easy to get around the entire deck
  – New Flexiteek decking
  – All teak brightwork stripped and redone with Awlgrip Awlwood gloss
  – Stripped, cleaned and sealed swim platform (Semco)
  – Dual anchor - Danforth Bruce
  – Electrical windlass with foot pedals
  – Large lazerette with water tanks

Salon

  – Entry to the salon with access doors on both port and starboard
  – Extensive use of teak throughout
  – Teak Parquet flooring
  – Port settee
  – Larger starboard L shape settee
  – Fold out galley table (removable for engine access)
  – Window covers everywhere (or open for tons of natural light)
  – U-Line ice maker
  – Two moveable stool seats
  – Flat screen television
  – Satellite system
  – Bose radio
  – A/C unit
  – Galley is forward to port

Staterooms

Master Stateroom

  – Aft master with walk around queen Lots of available light
  – Ample cabinets and storage
  – Dedicated desk and workspace
  – Separate shower stall (starboard) and head (port)
  – Upgraded Techma Head
  – Access to aft deck
  – A/C unit

Guest Stateroom

  – Forward V-Berth
  – Combined shower/head
  – Upgraded Techma Head
  – A/C unit

Galley

  – Counter with white Formica top
  – Custom overhead teak cabinets for glass plate storage
  – Stainless steel sink Delta hot/cold faucet set
  – Princess 3-burner electric stove w/oven
  – Princess microwave
  – Grunert under-the-counter refrigerator
  – Grunert under-the-counter freezer
  – Teak cabinets above below
  – Coffee maker

Electronics

  – Excellent electronics on board Daisy
  – Garmin 7600 Radar/Plotter/GPS/Forward Sonar
  – 12" Multi-Function Display Upper Helm
  – 7" Multi-Function Display Lower Helm
  – Garmin VHF 210 AIS (upper lower stations)
  – Raymarine ST6000 autopilot (upper lower stations)
  – Raymarine Tridata (upper lower stations)

Engine Room & Mechanicals

  – Easy access to well lit engine room
  – Well regarded Cummins 210 hp 6BT5.9 diesel engines
  – Hours 4081 Port and 4212 Starboard
  – Glendinning Engine Synchronizer
  – ONAN 8kw generator w/sound shield ~2975 hrs
  – Dripless shaft seals
  – Racor fuel filtration
  – Freshwater washdown in ER
  – Groco bronze sea water strainers
  – Groco bronze seacocks
  – Diesel fuel manifold
  – Raritan holding tank monitor system
  – Teak grating in between engines
  – New ProMariner Pronautic P Series 60 amp charger
  – New Kuuma 11 gallon 120V water heater
  – Heart Interface Freedom 30 Inverter
  – Halon 1301 fire extinguishing system
  – Bilge Buster alarm system
  – Morse throttle controls
  – VDO engine panels/gauges
  – (5) 12V ceiling lights
  – Misc. spare parts

Additional Equipment

  – Bridge cushions
  – Teak flybridge table with custom cover
  – Flybridge storage Sunbrella cover
  – Avon Rib dinghy w/2.5hp 4-stroke Yamaha outboard - includes bimini top
  – Sport trim tabs swim ladder

Disclaimer

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.

Mechanical Disclaimer

Engine and generator 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 the listing brochure.

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