Long esteemed for her exceptional cruising comfort, few yachts in her class can compare with the timeless elegance of the Grand Banks 49 Classic. Depending on the layout, she offers spacious accommodations for the cruising family or as many as three couples.
The standard three-stateroom interior with galley up includes a spacious master stateroom aft with walkaround queen bed, and two guest staterooms forward with athwartships single berths in the starboard cabin and V-berths forward. (An alternate two-stateroom layout with the galley down has a booth dinette in place of the third stateroom.)
The starboard lower helm has a deck access door, and 360-degree salon windows provide panoramic views of the water. The standup engine room of the 49 Classic (with space for a washer/dryer) is accessed via hinged companionway steps that lift and lock in position.
Interior woodwork is satin-finished teak with hardwood parquet flooring throughout. Originally powered with twin 120hp Lehman diesels, later models came with Cat diesels from 210hp (11–12 knots top) to 435hp (17–18 knots top).
A popular—and expensive—yacht in her day, about 125 Grand Banks 49 Classics were built.
Contact Central Listing Agent Yolanda V. Phinney CPYB at 954-648-4264 (mobile) or 954.530.4557 (office) for further information regarding this vessel.
QUICKSTEP is a beautiful example of one of the most successful models( 125 built) that Grand Banks, American Marine has built in their 60 years of building ship like trawlers. With her semi-displacement hull, stabilizers and shallow draft, she is a proven world class cruiser known for their incredible sea keeping abilities even in really nasty weather. QUICKSTEP'S classic lines make her a true head turner in any port. She has a traditional 3 stateroom, galley up layout that is so conducive to 2 couples cruising or the family with kids. She has benefited from knowledgeable owners who have maintained her well. A life style change in her owner's plans means that someone will become the next owner of this iconic trawler.
As a broker, I hear quite often how our sea going chef's feel like mushrooms in the dark with a galley down. On board QUICKSTEP, one will not hear that from the chef as her galley is located forward on the port side. Tremendous views are available just to be savored like a fine wine. Nor will one hear about a lack of storage. When the GB49 was originally designed, she was designed with the idea of cruisers spending long periods of time on board. Therefore an abundance of storage was designed into her from the beginning, There is ample counter space as well. Everything is within easy reach.
Starting forward on board QUICKSTEP, one finds a VIP stateroom and Twin Guest stateroom that share a very comfortable Head with separate shower stall located on the port side of the hallway. The VIP has an insert to create a rather large berth with a hanging locker and lots of storage. There is also a large deck hatch complete with screens, located in the VIP. Both staterooms and the head have opening port lights for good ventilation.
Coming up 3 stairs one is in the pilothouse/galley area of QUICKSTEP. Helm located to starboard and the galley located to port. A truly traditional wooden steering wheel will make you feel like you are on the adventure of a lifetime.
The entire main deck is finished in satin varnished matched teak wood. This combined with the highly varnished teak parquet flooring found throughout QUICKSTEP is an elegant look. The true surprise on this lovely sea going home is the fireplace located to port just aft of the galley.
Dual side doors make QUICKSTEP very easy to access and helps out with short handed docking as well.
The saloon has seating with storage and an hi-low table located to starboard.
Continuing aft, one goes down steps to the master suite. A queen island berth with a dedicated aft exit to the deck, hide away stairs, large hanging lockers, built in dresser, and opening port lights make this an haven away from the rest of the family or friends on board. The head has a bath tub/shower combo.
The engine room on board QUICKSTEP is located beneath the main saloon decking. There is an entrance from below the galley stairs to the lower deck as well as thru several deck hatches. No crouching tigers on this yacht, full head room is possible for the engine room. The engine room is quite large housing not only the standard mechanicals that one would expect on a well founded yacht, but also a work sink and a Kariba washing machine.
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.
2525 Marina Bay Drive East Suite 202
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312