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46' Grand Banks Classic 2002

"RETIRED SAILOR "

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46' Grand Banks Classic Specifications:
Type: Classic Trawler Builder: Grand Banks
Year: 2002 Model 46CL
LOA: 46' Hull: Fiberglass
Beam: 14' 9" Engines: 2x Caterpillar
Draft: 4' 5" Model: 3126-B
Water: 276 US Gal HP: 450 HP
Holding: 56 US Gal Fuel: 600 US Gal

Retired Sailor, a custom Grand Banks 46’ Classic Trawler, is powered by twin 450 HP Caterpillar engines and will cruise at 15 knots. Some of her electronics include Satellite TV, Satellite Telephone, KVH Trac Net, Simrad Radar/Plotter and Autopilot.

This vessel has a very special layout, the thought process for which developed out of the owners’ extensive cruising, and many years of boating experience. A layout with generous floor space and really good natural light and ventilation is what was called for. Her Galley is up and there are two wonderful staterooms and a good laundry. The Galley along the port side has been extended all the way forward, which adds floor space and gives the area an open and roomy feel. In the Salon, the hunter green Ultra-Suede upholstery, fine teak joiner work and the teak and holly soles all combine to make this cabin very attractive.

Forward and down four steps is found the Guest Stateroom (it could be the Master.) This space, which normally makes two staterooms, has been used here for one exceptionally open and spacious cabin. It features a large V-berth forward with lots of storage and a generous dressing area. On the starboard side is a large bathroom with stall shower and full laundry.

In the Aft Cabin the split berth plan, again, opens up floor space permitting a large en suite head to starboard and a walk in closet opposite. Seven extra large, screened, opening ports, and an opening , screened hatch provide natural light and ventilation.

On deck, the varnished cap rail, transom, and teak trim are Bristol, her owners having made every effort to maintain this vessel in top notch condition. A low-profile Marquipt davit deploys the solid fiberglass Boss tender from heavy teak chocks on the cabin-top afterdeck, an operation made more secure by extensive custom stainless rails.

Call and make an appointment to view this highly customized Grand Banks Yacht. You will not be disappointed. She is clean and ready to go cruising, and lying in fresh water in Alva, FL.

   
SOLD
   
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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. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
 
David Erdman Yachts, LLC.
St Petersburg Florida
Telephone: 727-463-3545 Email: Sales@DavidErdmanYachts.com