NEW POWER IN 2009! Only 300 hours on her new Lehman diesel.
VARNISH PROFESSIONALLY DONE JUNE 2016!
Marita (hull #629) is a well-maintained example of this iconic trawler, one of Grand Banks most popular designs, with a semi-displacement hull, long keel, hard chines and a deep forefoot, providing excellent stability and seaworthiness. Owned and operated by a USCG Commander (retired) and former yacht club commodore, this Grand Banks 36 Classic has been lovingly maintained and comes with the most detailed maintenance and operator’s log imaginable.
With fresh bottom paint, Propspeed, and varnish this Spring, this boat is in the water and ready for the season.
Contact the listing broker, Andrew Savage, for additional information. Cell #:617-851-1133; e-mail: email@example.com
Please contact Andrew Savage at 617-851-1113
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Semi-Displacement
LOA: 36 ft 4 in
Beam: 12 ft 2 in
Minimum Draft: 3 ft 11 in
Displacement: 23300 lbs
Number of single berths: 3
Number of double berths: 1
Number of heads: 2
Enter through the amid-ship starboard helm door into the traditional salon finished in handcrafted teak with a beautiful varnished parquet sole. The salon is light, open and airy thanks to the large windows that provide ample natural light, ventilation and visibility. To starboard is the lower helm forward of an L-shaped settee with folding dinette table. To port, a well-laid out galley forward of a bench settee. Updated curtains and upholstery. All windows and doors have screens and curtains. Vanished teak cabinetry throughout. Brass reading lights in main salon. Chelsea ships clock and barometer.
Forward and down three steps is a large cabin with a V-berth, ample storage and en-suite head, vanity and shower. This forward cabin provides excellent comfort and privacy for your guests.
Aft and down two-steps is the large master stateroom with a double berth to starboard and a single berth to port. The master stateroom has an en-suite head, vanity and shower. Generous storage with a large hanging locker, built-in bureau and shelving throughout. Removable teak steps lead to an aft companionway and access to the aft deck directly from the master. Tide clock.
Adler-Barber 12V refrigerator/freezer
Tasco three burner propane stove
Stainless steel sink
Filtered hot/cold water
12 gallon hot water heater
Large counter space
Ample storage in overhead and under-counter cabinets and drawers
Teak trim wheel
Windshield washer and wipers
Windshield privacy curtains
16’ color TV w/ VCR and remote
Extended bimini top with full enclosure
Wind speed, direction and temperature
2 ICOM-45 VHF radios (upper and lower helms)
Data Marine depth (upper and lower helms)
Autohelm 5000 autopilot with remote
Simrad 772 24 mile Radar
VLH – 3000 Loud Hailer/fog/intercom
AM/FM Stereo with salon and fly bridge speakers
6” compass (upper helm)
12V DC and 110V AC electrical system with circuit breaker panels
Fiberglass hull with white top-sides and superstructure
All varnish done June 2016
Teak extended swim platform with extended stainless steel swim ladder
Teak anchor platform
Teak exterior grab rails
Teak outboard motor mount
Bow pulpit with rails
Bronze bow roller
Wood dinghy chocks
Canvas forward sky light hatch cover
Canvas aft cabin door cover
12V anchor windlass
45lb CQR anchor in bow roller with 25’ of 5/16 chain to 250’ of 5/8 nylon rode
Two 22lb Danforth anchors with 20’ of chain and 180’ of 5/8 nylon rode
Fresh water washdown
Bow pennant staff
Aft flag staff
Retractable mast and boom for bridge clearance and winter storage
Varnished name boards
8-foot Dyer sailing dinghy in dinghy chocks on aft cabin top
10-foot rigid inflatable tender with 9.9hp Nissan outboard motor
Weaver tender davits on swim platform
XLG Magma propane grill
Two 1KW Honda portable generators
Spares: Propeller, starter, alternator, pressure water pump, macerator, raw water pump for AC, misc. parts
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.