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DEBORAH JANE is the most traditional of all PNW trawlers. Over 1200 of these sturdy vessels were built and most of them are still making their owners proud when they return to their boats. DEBORAH JANE is a bit rare in that she has the much desired centerline berth that allows for a full, walk around bed. This is especially useful for those of us that don't like to crawl into and out of a berth during the night.
She also has a fully separate cabin forward with it's own head and door. There is much to love about these handy cruising vessels. Her twin Cummins engines are economical to operate for extended cruising.
Deborah Jane's owners are retiring from boating and she is ready for her next adventures. If you are looking for an affordable cruising boat that is thrifty on fuel and easy for a couple operate, come over to Bainbridge Island to take a look at DEBORAH JANE.
An all round seaworthy performer, the Grand Banks 36 Classic is capable of real deep water cruising. Long keel, 26,000 lb displacement, hard chine, and a deep forefoot hull provide stability and seaworthiness. The aft house superstructure incorporates a seat box which adds extra livable space inside the aft cabin. High bulwarks with sturdy teak handrails, the mastery of beautifully carved teak scrolls, stainless steel stanchions and grabrails on the house sides, anchor platform with anchor roller and bow pulpit, teak swim platform, transom boarding steps, wide side decks, port, starboard and stern boarding gates are some of the features standard on the Grand Banks 36. The flybridge offers a duplicate helmsman station with full instrumentation, venturi windscreen, and extra stowage beneath the console. An enclosed electronics locker next to the flybridge helm provides space to house essential electronics equipment. The long and wide flybridge has seating for six adults. Under the seats are teak slatted watertight stowage compartments. The fiberglass Grand Banks 36 is also luxurious. Teak joinery work by old-world hand craftsmen gives a practical beauty above and below decks. The cabin soles are teak parquet throughout. The main decks and flybridge are teak planked. Extensive locker and drawer space are made out of golden Burmese teak. The upholstery and drapes are selected to complement the warm look of the surrounding teak. The saloon is a spacious living area complete with solid teak yacht table, L-shaped settee, bar cabinet, and the helm station. Accessibility to the exterior and flybridge from the saloon is made easier with the presence of port and starboard saloon doors. Full instrumentation and the AC and DC panels are neatly recessed into the helm station. A full width teak console above the helm station provides space to house an array of electronics equipment. Three ply laminated safety glass windows all round provide full fore and aft visibility. The well equipped galley comes with hot and cold pressurized water system. The three-burner stove and oven, large stainless steel sink, dish locker and electric refrigerator are all conveniently located. The master stateroom aft has a double walk around berth generous drawer space below. The adjoining toilet compartment is spacious and airy with full headroom. There is a separate shower stall with telephone-type shower, cultured marble counter top with built in sink, head, large mirror, and convenient storage space in the counter drawers and locker. The companionway in the aft stateroom leads to the aft deck. A neatly recessed stowaway teak ladder provides access to the aft deck via twin opening doors. The forward stateroom also has a large hanging locker and plenty of storage space. Its adjoining toilet compartment has full headroom, a large mirror, shower and cultured marble built in sink and sink counter top. Whether you are motoring around the bay or you're hundreds of miles at sea, quiet single or twin diesel engines are made quieter by the use of special engine room sound insulation. These smooth, heavy-duty engines provide long-range economical operation. GRAND BANK 36: Successor to the wooden 36 introduced in the 1960s, these boats enjoy the improvements and refinements of over 30 years. Known for seaworthiness and a comfortable ride, they are efficiently driven at 8.5 knots. Cruising at 10 knots is easily achieved with larger engines. Available in four deckhouse configurations, each with a number of interior layouts, the Classic features wide side decks, spacious lazarette, aft stateroom, and dinghy storage. One stateroom is located forward with a filler piece to make the v-berth into a generous double. The Sedan's traditional, open cockpit is a favorite among cruisers who love to fish. For more spacious accommodations, the motoryacht features a large, full width aft stateroom with a walk-around bed, and an equally attractive forward stateroom with optional island bed. The GB36 is a living legend that has been refined to perfection.
Icom M59 VHF
Furuno NavNet plotter/radar
ComNav 1001 Autopilot
Northstar 951X GPS
Twin Cummins 5.9B 210 Hp diesel engines with 5950 hours
Northern Lights 5kW generator (2006) inoperative at the moment
ITR Hurricane hydronic heating system
110V Electric Baseboard heater
Heart Freedom 2kW inverter/charger
Dripless Shaft Seals
(4) 6 volt "golf cart" batteries (2020)
Pricess 3-burner electric stove with oven
Grunert holding plate under counter refrigerator
12vdc Freezer under v-berth in forward cabin
Large stainless steel sink
Galley has exceptional storage a visibility
Seawise Davit System on swimstep
Zodiac RIB (2020)
Tohatsu Outboard (2015)
Seawise davit system
Lofrans Tigress Windlass
35 lb Delta Plow Anchor
300ft 3/8 chain
Washdown pump at bow
There are two full baths one forward and a larger in the master stateroom aft.
Both have showers.
Both have elctric vacuum toilets
There is generous ventilation.