42 1974 Grand Banks Classic in MD
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Forward is a spacious guest stateroom w/ private head. Hanging locker and drawer storage. Aft cabin has a double and a single beds with a large hanging locker . Step up to the salon. The galley is forward port there is a settee aft opposed with a drop leaf yacht table dining area. The lower helm is forward starboard. Grand Banks famous artistry in golden Burmese teak; hand crafted parquet soles, rich hued ceilings, hand carved rails, fitted cabinetry and trim are all blended to achieve the traditional yacht look. Grand Banks is renowned for its seaworthiness from its heavy displacement, full length keel, hard chine and deep draft. She is powered with twin screws featuring a fly bridge with dual helm and full instrumentation
Galley up, Hot/cold pressure water, Cabinet storage, Drawer storage, Force 10 3 burner propane stove w/oven('10), 2 Sub Zero refrigerator and freezer, Double s/s sinks, Microwave('10), Propane detector('10), Paragon water pump('08)
2 Icom VHF radios, Ritchie compass, Danforth compass, Encron auto pilot(not hooked up), 2 Dart knot/log/depth/temp, Stereo, Flat screen HD TV with antenna system, Sony 10 disc changer, Garmin GPS, 3210C with network GMS10, Garmin GPS 3005C, Garmin GMR21 radar, Garmin GSD21 sonar
12 D/C, 110 volt A/C, Dockside power, Power cords, 3 battery bank('14) , Battery switch, Automatic battery charger('04), Parallel switch, Electric panel, Volt meter, Pure sign inverter for refrigerators, Mase 7.6kw genset with sound shield
2 16,000 btu reverse cycle air/heat, Halon system, Engine room insulation, Bilge blower, Bilge pumps, Hot water heater , Fresh water cooling, Fresh water pump, Engine alarm, Engine stop, Raw water sea strainer, Windlass, Port transmission rebuilt('13), Shafts and cutlass bearing replaced('14)
Teak bow pulpit, Bow rail, Side rails, Covered deck seat , Full bridge enclosure, Dual bimini top(back bimini just for sun block), Console cover, Window screens('04), Swim platform, Swim ladder, Powerwinch electric windlass, 44lb Bruce anchor with 175' rode, 20lb Danforth anchor, Freshwater deck wash down, Mast, radar bracket and rigging('01), New winter cover, Exterior teak redone and maintained since 2009, Seal dingy with Tahatsu 4 stroke('10), All exterior and interior cushioning redone with Cypton mildew resistant fabric, Headliners all replaced with mildew resistant material
42' Grand Banks Classic
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AccommodationsThis double cabin layout begins with the guest staterooms forward, followed by a guest head compartment to starboard and a hanging locker & storage to port. Go up three steps and you're in the bright saloon and galley area, with the galley forward to port and the lower helm to starboard. There is an L-shaped settee to starboard. Aft and down steps one finds the large master stateroom with port and starboard twin berths, an ensuite head compartment with separate shower stall and a huge hanging locker. The signature rich teak Grand Banks interior is accented with white bulkheads and the many windows, opening ports and hatches keep all areas bright and well ventilated.
GalleyThis galley up arrangement allows the cook to prepare food and still be a part of the group. Good storage and counter space are provided.
Hull and Deck
Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors
528 Sugar Tree Road, Holland Pa. 18966
215 396 7996 or 215 416 9349
1974 GRAND BANKS 42 CLASSIC
File #:160824100 Reference # N/A
Date: August 24, 2016
Vessel: 1974 Grand Banks Model: 42 Classic Trawler
Vessel Name: Horse Play
HIN #: HIN # GNDD04040175
Registration: MD 4844 BN
LOA: 41' 10''
Beam: 13’ 7’’
Draft: 4’ 6’’
Displacement: 37,400 LBS
Construction: Fiberglass with modified V hull
Electrical: 12 volt DC 120/30 AC
Engine: 2 X Lehman Horse Power: 250 each Hours: 3800
Generator: Mase 7.6 kw Hours 1200
Note: This vessel has been well cared for, and upgraded by her current owners. The
vessel is in good overall condition. Her exterior teak may need to be refinished soon.
Circumstance of Appraisal:
Horse Play was appraised in her slip afloat at , Royal Oak
Equipment: Including but not limited to. Standard USCG equipment and safety
equipment. Reverse cycle AC/HEAT, Sony stereo with CD, Flat screen TV. Fiberglass
tender with 3.5 Tohatsu engine. Battery charger and inverter. Refrigerator and freezer.
Electric windlass, water heater, propane stove and oven. Marine heads and holding tanks.
Pressurized water system with storage tanks.
Electronics: Ecron autopilot (needs repairs), (2)Dart knot/depth/temp. (2) Icom vhf
radios, Danforth compass Recently added, Garmin 3210C, Garmin 3005C, Garmin
GMR21 Radar, Garmin GSD21 Sonar, Richie compass
Covers: Bimini's with enclosure, window covers, dingy cover, newer winter cover
NOTE: The fuel tanks were replaced with aluminum tanks. Both shafts and shaft
bearings were recently replaced. The port transmission was recently rebuilt. The bottom
was stripped and barrier coated and freshly painted. The batteries are new
Vessel Description: The iconic Grand Banks 42 remains the most successful trawler design ever
produced. The GB 42’s semi-displacement hull, with its long keel, hard chine's and a deep forefoot,
provides a level of stability and comfort seldom matched by other boats. Several full teak interiors were
offered during in the 42 Classic, all with the galley in the salon and most with port and starboard deck doors
and two state rooms. Surrounded by large cabin windows, visibility from the lower helm is excellent in all
directions. A dinghy is stored on the cabin top, and there’s plenty of flybridge seating aft of the helm.
Additional features include teak decks, fold-down mast and boom, and a small aft cockpit for line handling
Appraised Value: $80,000.00
Estimated replacement value: (BUC value pro) $ 1,000,000.00
References from BucValue Pro. Yacht World.com, Sold boat.com, ABOS and Boat
Trader.com and several other internet resources.
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assumptions and limiting conditions, and are my personal, unbiased professional
analyses, opinions and conclusions. I have no present or prospective interest in the vessel
that is subject of this report, and I have no personal interest or bias with respect to the
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direction in value or direction in value that favors the cause of the client, the amount of
the value estimate, the attainment of a stipulate result, or the occurrence of a subsequent
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Historic Downtown Chestertown
106 Spring Ave
Chestertown, MD 21620