Major price drop! Now asking $299,000.
"Vintage" is a very well regarded and kept 49 Grand Banks classic. In terms of an ideal NW cruising yacht this Grand Banks represents a great value and should be strongly considered. She features a wonderful two stateroom layout that provides for a very large and comfortable salon area. She is currently kept in a boat house in Tacoma, Washington. The boat house is available separately.
Twin Caterpillar 3208, 375 hp diesels, TwinDisc Transmissions, 20kw Onan Generator, Side Power Bow Thruster, Side Power Stern thruster, Magnum inverter, Hot water Hydronic furnace, HRO water maker, Grunert holding plate refrigerator and separate freezer, Force 10 Propane stove and oven, stacked Washer and Dryer, Vacuflush FW heads, Two custom (double) Stidd helm chairs on the flying bridge, custom bridge Stamoid bimini canvas, Avon 310 Rib w/9.9hp OB, Stainless Grand Banks Factory stainless steel handrail option and much more.
Shown by prior appointment so please contact the Listing Broker, Tony Witek / firstname.lastname@example.org. or cell direct (206) 890 7410. Office Emerald Pacific Yachts (206) 587-0660.
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Listing Agent Tony Witek a Certified Professional Yacht Broker has been in the industry for over 25 years and is ready to assist you in the purchase of this fine yacht.
Overall length: Centerline 50'6"
True overall length: 56'2"
Air Draft-Waterline to top of bridge windshield: 15'5"
The U shaped galley is down and on the port side. When ordered new this way the galley area has much more counter top space and more drawer storage. An over and under Grunert refrigerator and separate freezer, a Force-10 3 burner propane stove/oven and a GE microwave oven are also in the galley area. The galley is filled with lockers, cabinets and drawers for convenient storage of all sea stores and supplies.
It almost goes without saying that the Grand Banks Classic line of trawlers have always inherently benefited when it comes to visibility either from the bridge area or the lower helm. This particular 49 Grand Banks with her down galley also enhances the area of the boat you use the most - which is the salon. Upon entering either side deck house door one is impressed with all the interior room of the salon and the available seating.
The aft master stateroom on a Grand Banks 49 rivals many much larger yachts. It is wonderfully appointed and is located aft and features a centerline queen berth. This stateroom benefits from many windows and walk thru door to the aft deck area. Lots of natural light and great ventilation. There are numerous drawers located under the berth and throughout the stateroom. An enormous hanging locker is located on the port side forward. The master head is located on the starboard side of the stateroom and features a VacuFlush freshwater head, separate stall shower, stacked washer/dryer and plenty of storage.
The forward guest stateroom is located in the bow and is a huge V-berth. As an option there is a filler piece that makes V-berth into one large berth. The stateroom has ample storage with drawers below the berth and large hanging locker space with additional storage under the berth itself. Just aft on the starboard side is the guest head and shower. The head features a freshwater VacuFlush toilet and separate stall shower and lots of storage space. The spacious salon features a large L-settee to starboard with storage below and a Grand Banks yacht table for dining. There are doors to access the side decks on both port and starboard. The lower helm station is located on the starboard side forward.
Vessel is powered with Caterpillar 3208 V8 Turbo charged after cooled engines. They are rated at 375 hp each and displace an impressive 10.4 liters. Ideally this engine produces a lot of low end torque which comes in handy when bringing her to the dock. The stand up engine compartment also houses the ships generator which is totally enclosed.
Navigation and Electronics
The electrical system features both 110v and 12 volt systems.
Vintage has canvas covers for the cap rail teak, the side salon large windows, transom, name board, tender cover, OB motor, windlass, doors, flag poles, and the flybridge instruments.
The upper helm area features an L-settee on the starboard side with storage below. Owner has a custom made wood table that is much bigger than the standard table. Forward and aft facing seats are located forward with storage below as well. All flybridge cushions have been recently recovered. There is a full length bimini top that covers the entire bridge area. The bimini top frame has been custom built of high grade stainless steel and is welded at the connections to provide a substantially more sturdy bimini frame than normally found.
Few boats today are so highly regarded as the Grand Banks 49 Classic. Her reputation for seaworthiness and dependability is the result of her proven design, rugged construction, and no compromise approach to quality. The GB49 Classic provides the comfort and space of a second home. Two different basic layouts and a number of options and custom touches are available. The galley down arrangement allows for an exceptionally large main saloon - with inside steering - ideal for large scale entertaining. The galley has an abundance of light and ventilation provided by the large opening port. The galley up layout provides an additional stateroom forward with twin berths. Some owners have this extra stateroom designed as a den or seaside office. The GB49 Classic is all Grand Banks, featuring forward and aft staterooms, dinghy storage, and a flybridge that provides commanding views. The real beauty of the GB49 Classic is her intelligent approach to cruising. Wide walk-around side decks, a heavy-duty anchoring system, convenient dinghy storage and launching, well designed storage compartments, and a sturdy swim platform all add up to cruising comfort and safety. Overall, the size and design of the GB49 is ideal for the captain who wants to run his own ship with only occasional crew. Her 60,000 lb displacement provides big boat performance and comfort, and her sensible design makes it possible for a couple to go off on their own for a voyage of a lifetime. GRAND BANKS 49: Serious cruisers throughout the world have chosen the GB49 to take them to faraway shores in comfort and style. With her generous displacement, there is enough stowage capacity for months of supplies and room to carry a variety of cruising gear. Her stand-up engine room is complete with a workbench area. At 9 knots, her cruising range exceeds 1,200 nautical miles. Based on the renowned Grand Banks semi-displacement hull design, the GB49 is most economical comfortably cruising at its hull speed of 10 knots. Faster cruising styles are also satisfied with a number of engine options providing cruising speeds of between 14 and 18 knots and top speeds of 22 knots. When throttled back, these higher horsepower diesels deliver excellent economy, giving the owner the best of both worlds: going fast or going the distance. For many owners, the spacious engine room with 6.5 feet of headroom and full hull width is one of the most attractive areas of the GB49. Here, routine maintenance and mechanical inspections are a pleasure to perform. Gone are the days of sore backs and hunching over hot engines. There is plenty of room to easily access all equipment including engines, generator, air conditioning, refrigeration units, through hulls, fuel filters, and more. A Grand Banks 49 was chosen by Sid Stapleton, editor of Motorboating & Sailing and author of The Power Book Bible, to take him on the voyage of a lifetime. His exciting adventure from Maine to Alaska on America's Odyssey, was chronicled in a series of magazine articles which are available upon request. Confidently handling 25 foot seas off Venezuela or providing the comforts of home in remote anchorages of Alaska, the GB49 has again proven to a most capable and dependable cruiser.