One of only Two Custom built Grand Banks with Commercial grade Engine and propulsion. An exceptional and rare offering stored inside off season.
CHAPTER TWO is a fine Grand Banks Classic Trawler in wonderful condition and with a long equipment list. This two sleeping cabin, galley down trawler was custom built for a seasoned, worldwide cruising couple with long range cruising in mind.
Accommodations are very good. The aft cabin has the walk around queen bed, head with vanity to port, and separate, large shower stall to starboard. The large guest cabin is forward with wonderful single berths and a private head with separate shower stall, washer and dryer, and watermaker. Light and ventilation is well provided for, and the trawler has three zone air conditioning.
Grand Banks worked with the drive train manufactures, Volvo and Hundestead, to design a very economical, durable, long lasting system. The 428 hp diesel is the Volvo 102 series commercial diesel, rated for over 30,000 hours. The engine drives the Hundestead variable pitch propeller system. There is no transmission. This owner cruises the trawler at 1100 rpm for a good turn of speed (8.5 knots) and great economy-4.5gph. She operates smoothly and quietly, and is very maneuverable. This Grand Banks trawler is ready for you to enjoy.
Specifications: LOA: 46'; LWL: 44' 10"; Beam: 14' 9"; Draft: 4' 6"; Fuel: 800; Water: 290; Holding tank: 30; Bow Thruster Forward: hydraulic 15 hp; Stern Thruster: electric Vitus; 110 GPD Watermaker; Washer and Dryer; Radar; GPS, GPS Plotter; Sea Frost refrigeration/freezer; Propane stove/oven; Engine and generator oil change system; and a great deal more.
Please contact Eric Jensen at 860 395 1200
Características adicionales, equipo e información:
Nombre del barco
Forma del casco: Semidesplazamiento
Marca del motor: Volvo
Año de construcción: 1995
Modelo del motor: TAMD-102D
Tipo de motor: Intraborda
Tipo de motor/combustible: Diesel
Número de horas del motor: 3400
Tipo de transmisión: Otro
Potencia del motor: 428 HP
Número de depósitos de agua dulce: (290 Galones)
Número de depósitos de combustible: (800 Galones)
Número de depósitos de aguas negras: (30 Galones)
Número de aseos: 2
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Grand Banks 46 Classic is the perfect size for many cruising families. She offers plenty of interior space, and yet remains easily manageable for a crew of two. The 46 is available with a number of interior layouts: two forward staterooms or a galley-down version with one forward stateroom - providing extra space in the main saloon. Running the boat from the flybridge, the captain has superb visibility and total command of the ship thanks to the carefully planned steering and navigational area. Wide, walk-around decks and aft cockpit allow for the crew's safe, secure movement while at sea and during docking. In the large cockpit lazarette, in the seat lockers, on the aft cabin roof, and in the forward deck locker, are places for fenders, cleaning supplies, a dinghy, an outboard motor, power cables, dock lines, and more. In the saloon, comfortable seat lockers and a built-in teak table create a friendly and secure atmosphere underway or at anchor. The main saloon offers a panoramic view. An inside steering and navigational station provides a comfortable, dry haven for the helmsperson. The large owner's aft cabin can be arranged either with two seagoing berths or with a walkaround, queen-sized bed. The engine room, with over five-feet of headroom, has ample space for the generator, refrigeration compressor, and optional air conditioning equipment. Many owners have installed water makers, inverters, extra generators and other optional accessories in the large, well thought-out engine room. Several engine options are available from an economical single engine installation to twin turbocharged diesels. Cruising speeds range from 8 to 14 knots with top speeds to 18 knots.
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.