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1989 Grand Banks Heritage Classic Trawler

Yarmouth, Maine

$139,500

SEA ROVER has spent her entire life being maintained at one highly regarded boatyard in Maine, Yankee Marina. We believe SEA ROVER has had 4 owners. Her original owners were the in-laws of one of Grand Banks longest serving dealers, consequently, she was ordered with all the best options, most reliable engines and generator, bow and stern thrusters, etc. SEA ROVER has received the best care. Please call for your inspection. She even comes with two dinghies and two outboards. Thank you for your interest.

 

 

 

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: SEA ROVER
Make: Grand Banks
Model: Heritage Classic Trawler
Year: 1989
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Builder: Grand Banks (American Marine, Singapore)
Designer: Kenneth Smith
Construction: Fiberglass

Dimensions

Length: 36 ft
Length Overall: 36'10 ft
Waterline Length: 35'2 ft
Beam: 12'8 ft
Max Draft: 3'11 ft
Displacement: 26,000 lb
Cabin Headroom: 6'4 ft

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make: Cummins
  • Model: 6BT5.9
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 210hp
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make: Cummins
  • Model: 6BT5.9
  • Engine Power: 210hp
Total Engine Power: 420hp

Other

Heads Count: 2
Boat Class: Trawlers

Contact

Annie Gray
Gray & Gray Yacht Brokers, Inc.

Office

Gray & Gray Yachts
36 York Street
York, Maine, US, 03909
Tel:207-363-7997


VESSEL DETAILS

HULL & DECK:

  • Solid fiberglass hull with molded in plank lines, and quarter guards, blue boot top, blue bottom.
  • The bottom was soda blasted in and barrier coated with multiple coats of Interprotect epoxy.
  • The bottom is finished in blue ablative antifouling.
  • Wide side decks with teak overlay in excellent condition.
  • Teak cap rail and other trim with S/S grab rails, and bronze cleats and chocks.
  • Large lazarette aft stows a great deal of gear.
  • The flying bridge features the traditional Grand Banks fore and aft facing bench seats with storage under.
  • Open deck aft on the flying bridge for deck chairs.
  • New teak wider swim platform.
  • New S/S dinghy hoist system by Sea Wise.
  • Two fiberglass 14" x 24" rudders.
  • Exterior varnish being done winter 2021.

 

TANKAGE:

Fuel: 400 gallons in two mild steel tanks.

Water: 145 gallons in new tanks.

Holding: 30 gallons in fiberglass tank.

 

ENGINE & MECHANICAL:

  • Twin Cummins 210 hp diesel, 6BT5.9, 6 cylinder, FWC, with approximately 3500 hours.
  • 2.5:1 Twin Disc reduction gears with shaft couplers.
  • Four blade Michigan  28 x 23 RH props; Spare Michigan props.
  • 2” S/S shafts; spare shaft.
  • Wesmar bow and stern thrusters.
  • 16,000 BTU Cruise Air reverse cycle air conditioning.
  • Espar diesel heater.
  • 2 Racor fuel filters and 1 Racor for generator.
  • Trim tabs.
  • Mathers electronic controls.
  • Glendenning synchronizers.
  • Fireboy engine room fire extinguishing systems.
  • Remote control on 50’ cord wired to thrusters and engines for remote docking.
  • 12V engine room lighting.
  • Fireboy automatic fire suppression.
  • Spur cutters.
  • Algae X fuel polishing.
  • Xintex propane sniffer/alarm.
  • Cruising speed: 9-10 knots @ 2100 RPM.
  • Maximum speed: 11 knots @ 2400 RPM>

 

ELECTRICAL:

  • Wired for both 12V and 110V service with off the dock heavier load 110 service handled by the 8kw Northern Lights generator and lighter load handled by the 2500 watt inverter.
  • The primary wiring on the yacht was redone in its entirety to alternators and wiring to switch panel/batteries.

 

12V SYSTEM:

  • Switch panel with circuit breakers.
  • 2007 (2) 100 amp alternators.
  • 2 8D AGM batteries (house & inverter) with 2 Blue Seas battery selector switch.
  • 1 4D battery engine start.
  • 1 Group 27 Generator start.
  • Link 2000 battery condition monitor.
  • Spare breakers.

 

110V SYSTEM:

  • Switch panel with circuit breakers.
  • Volt & amp meters.
  • 50 amp shore power connectors – forward and aft.
  • 50 amp 50' shore power cord.
  • 110V Outlets.
  • Water heater (also off engine supp.).
  • 2007 Xantrex 2500 watt inverter/charger.
  • 8kw Northern Lights genset.
  • Seaward electric propane solenoid.

 

ACCOMMODATIONS:  Accommodates up to five in two staterooms and the salon in a modified Grand Banks layout. Beautiful varnished teak joinerwork throughout with some flat panels in the staterooms finished in linen white. The equally attractive cabin sole is teak parquet and is also varnished. The interior is bright and airy thanks to the numerous windows (many of them sliding with screens) and hatches. Brass Grand Banks swivel reading lamps are at each berth and settee as well as several teak framed overhead lights. There is the Espar diesel cabin heat system or the reverse cycle air conditioning (heat or cooling).

 

Starting forward is the Guest Stateroom with 6'6" vee berth below. There is storage in six drawers and a locker below the berth (as well as some bin type storage) and in the hanging locker aft of the port V. The hanging locker is lined and is fitted with its own automatic light. The hull is lined with varnished teak ceilings and there is a custom bookshelf at the forward face of the trunk cabin.

A private Guest Head features a cultured marble vanity and sink with H&C pressure water, good storage and an ensuite shower with separate sump and  a new Vacuflush head plumbed via a Y-valve to the holding tank. The forward cabin may be given complete privacy by means of a louvered teak door and sliding overhead teak hatch.

Up three steps to the bright and airy Main Salon with Galley to port and Lower Helm Station to starboard. The Main Salon features a 6'6" L-shaped settee to starboard. There is a teak drop leaf dining table. The valance above the L-settee has been tastefully decorated with marine antiques including a spyglass, ebony parallel rules, and a half model. Forward of the settee is a "dry bar" with additional bottle and glass storage plus storage in a locker with shelves, then further forward is the starboard side door. Opposite the L-settee is the port side door with entertainment center for possible TV location, custom stereo mounting, three drawers and storage in another locker.

The Galley is forward to port and is the standard Grand Banks configuration for the 36. It features a refrigeration box fitted with Grunert Baysider II 12V refrigeration system. The teak/stainless door is fitted with a temperature gauge for the box. The original stove was removed in '97 and upgraded to a three burner Force 10 propane stove with oven, plumbed to two twenty pound LPG cylinders. Again in '97 the standard GB counter top was replaced with a Corian counter and integral double basin sink with cutting board top. At the aft end of the galley is a pull out cutting board that further expands the work surface and above this is a cabinet with two lockers. Additional storage is in four drawers and two lockers. Opposite the range is the convenient tip out trash bin. The entire galley area provides for a very functional food preparation area with ample storage for food stuffs, utensils, and dinnerware. There is a microwave oven.

Three steps down, aft of the Salon is the Master Stateroom which features an offset double berth 4" wider than the standard Grand Banks double, to starboard. Below the berth there is excellent storage in a chart drawer capable of taking full sized unfolded charts and in two cargo drawers. On centerline is a bureau with four drawers and hideaway steps to egress through the aft companionway. To port is a custom Grand Banks built desk with built in 12V and 110V lighting. A GB teak stool hides away underneath when not in use. Forward and to port is the huge hanging locker with shelf and automatic light, while opposite to starboard is the Master head featuring a separate stall shower, cultured marble vanity and sink and new Vacuflush head plumbed via a Y-valve to the holding tank.

 

ELECTRONICS:

Fully equipped upper and lower helm stations with full electronics and vessel controls. . The electrical panels are located adjacent to the lower helm station. Garmin Radar/Plotters at both helm stations.

 

LOWER HELM:

  • Garmin 5212 Plotter/Radar, interfaced with Garmin autopilot.
  • 2017 Garmin Autopilot.
  • B&G Network Quad speed/depth/log/temp.
  • B&G Network wind pt. & speed.
  • Icom M504 with remote mic and intercom/hailer.
  • Jabsco Searchlight control.
  • 3 Windshield wipers with washer.
  • Horn.
  • Boat leveler trim tabs.
  • 2007 Uniden Hand held VHF.
  • 2004 Hand Held GPS with hard wired external antenna.
  • Wifi land extender to connect to marina wifi network.

 

UPPER HELM:

  • Garmin 7212 high definition Radar/Plotter.
  • B&G Network Quad speed/depth/log/temp.
  • B&G Network wind pt. & speed.
  • Icom M-125 VHF with hailer and fog signal functions.
  • Danforth 4" compass.
  • Horn.
  • Boat leveler trim tabs.
  • Jabsco searchlight control.
  • Glendenning synchronizer.

                                                                 

EQUIPMENT:

  • Lofrans electric windlass.
  • 33 kg Bruce Anchor with 200' BBB 5/16" chain.
  • Second Anchor & rode.
  • 2019 Salt water wash down forward.
  • Fresh water washdown Aft.
  • Extended teak swim platform.
  • Transom shower.
  • Seawise dinghy hoist system.
  • Aluminum Mast & Boom, white.
  • Spreader lights.
  • Dark blue bimini & flybridge enclosure (Isinglass is old).
  • New forwardd panel.
  • Avon Rib with Yamaha 8 hp outboard.
  • Dyer sailing dinghy with sails and rig and cover; 2nd Honda outboard ($2,500).
  • Hubbel TV/phone connect forward and aft.
  • 50' TV/Phone cable.
  • 8 PFDs.
  • Flare Kit.
  • Bell.
  • Lifesling
  • Horseshoe lifering.
  • 2 electric Rule 2000 bilge pumps.
  • 1 manual bilge pump.
  • Blaupkunt AM/FM/CD stereo.
  • Anchor washdown pump.
  • Emergency tiller.
  • S/S BBQ grill.
  • Dark blue windshield canvas.
  • Three double-armed windshield wipers.
  • Dark Blue Dodger over aft companionway.

 

COMMENTS: SEA ROVER has spent her entire life being maintained at one highly regarded boatyard in Maine, Yankee Marina. We believe SEA ROVER has had 4 owners. Her original owners were the in-laws of one of Grand Banks longest serving dealers, consequently, she was ordered with all the best options, most reliable engines and generator, bow and stern thrusters, etc. SEA ROVER has received the best care. Please call for your inspection. She even comes with two dinghies and two outboards. Thank you for your interest.

 

        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.

 


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