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Gra Na Mara (Gaelic for "Love of the sea") was designed by Fred Monk, Jr. and was produced by Ocean Alexander Yachts facility in Taiwan from 1983 through 1986. These trawlers are highly sought after by cruisers for their craftsmanship in the construction and outstanding sea-keeping abilities.
Powered by twin diesel Ford Lehman 185 HP will give her a cruise speed of 8 knots and with a combined fuel burn of approximately 4 GPH.
The recently varnished and covered teak safety rails, teak free nonskid decks and all teak interior gives this vessel priceless classic beauty that is very manageable to maintain.
When boarding this high freeboard trawler there is a starboard door to the salon and a full walk-around deck with high teak rails. Aft there is a large flush deck with a forward companionway to the salon and just a few steps up to a large flybridge with plenty of seating with newly upholstered benches.
The light and airy salon features an inside helm station and 2 newly upholstered seating areas. Heading aft below the salon is a large owner's suite equipped with a walk-around queen-sized bed, pop-up vanity station, and walk-in closet. Forward from the Salon, you step down to the port side galley and Starboard side office both with the full height of the salon ceiling. Moving forward you have a port-side head and a starboard-side guest stateroom with bunks and a large hanging locker.
8ft fiberglass dingy with recent antifouling paint
Endura 30, 12 volt, 5 Speed electric tender outboard
300lb aft Tender lift
Lower Helm Electronics
Flybridge Helm Electronics