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1984 Grand Banks 36 Classic

Sag Harbor, New York

$107,500

This is hull # 695 of the GB36 Classic,  right in the middle of the run.   She is a 3 owner boat that has been well cared for her entire life.   She has a single 165 HO Leyland diesel with 8000 hours and Kohler 8KW Gen with 800 hours.   She features 3 A/C units,  Dickson stern thrusters, recent interior cushions, all new cavas including rail covers, bimini and window, recent fuel tanks and many other updates and upgrades.

Varnish was stripped to bare wood with seven coats of fresh varnish.  The varnish work is "Yacht Quality" 

Basic Boat Info

Make: Grand Banks
Model: 36 Classic
Year: 1984
Condition: New
Category: Power
Builder: American Marine
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: GNDC06950384
Has Hull ID: Yes

Dimensions

Length: 36 ft
Length Overall: 36'4 ft
Beam: 12'2 ft
Max Draft: 3'11 ft
Displacement: 23,300 lb

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Leyland
  • Model: 6T165
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 165hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 BladeBronze
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Year: 1984
  • Engine Hours: 8,000

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 2
Fuel Tank Capacity: 200 gal
Fuel Tank Material: Steel
Water Tanks: 2
Water Tank Capacity: 70 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 40 gal
Holding Tank Material: Plastic

Other

Heads Count: 2
Drive Type: Direct
Boat Class: Trawlers, Motor Yachts

Contact

Bruce Tait
Palm Beach Gardens Office Now Open! 11454 US Highway 1 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33408
Tait Yachts

Office

Tait Yachts
Waterfront Marina, Bay St.
Sag Harbor, New York, US, 11963
Tel:(631) 725-4222
Disclaimer
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.


Accommodations

Forward Stateroom

The forward stateroom features a v-berth with filler, with 4 drawers below for storage. Above the berth the hull is lined with varnished teak hull ceilings. A large hanging locker is aft of the port berth while the head is opposite to starboard. The head features a manual marine head, formica topped vanity with porcelain sink and hot and cold pressure water with integrated shower head, and good storage in 3 lockers and one drawer.

 Galley

The forward stateroom companionway opens up to the Galley & Main Salon and Lower Helm Station. The straight Galley is to port and features a single S/S sink with hot and cold pressure water, Princess 3 burner electric stove with oven, Microwave oven  and a refrigeration box fitted with Techicold 120 Volt refrigerator and freezer compartment, and good storage in 4 drawers and 4 lockers plus a divided dish locker.

Main Salon

This layout is unique as there is no portside door there is settee just aft of the galley  a . Opposite is a generous L-shaped settee with drop face lockers below. A custom built solid teak drop leaf dining table provides ample space for 4-6 for dining, and a dry locker just forward of the L-settee provides good storage for glasses and liquor, etc. The starboard side door and lower helm station are forward of the dry bar.

Master Stateroom

Moving down the aft companionway there is the Master Stateroom which features the "A" layout with double berth to starboard and single berth to port. There are three large storage drawers below each berth and above these berths the hull is lined with teak ceilings. There is a small bureau with six drawers, and forward of the port berth, is a very large hanging locker. Opposite to starboard is the Master Head which features an manual marine head, formica vanity with porcelain sink and hot and cold pressure water, ensuite shower and good storage. 

 

Regular Upgrades
  • Boat acquired June 2011 from Islip NY/Florida owner - Grumman engineer who owned for 22 years, splitting time between NY and Florida.
  • Boat may include 8" FG Dyer dinghy with all teak spars and oars.  New sail.
  • New P/S Diesel fuel tanks installed Spring 2011 before sale.
  • Boatyard-maintained, serviced shrink-wrapped and stored every winter since 2011 and commissioned every spring @ Mill Creek Marina in Noyac.
  • Topsides fully detailed and all exterior teak fully renewed and varnished (7-8 coats) 2022.
  • All new custom exterior canvas installed - bimini, rail covers, rail cloths, bridge helm, seats etc  2022.  Robert Mills, Greenport NY.
  • 2 new 8D-MHD Interstate 1400 CCA ships' batteries installed June 2022. 1 new 27m-XHD generator battery installed June 2021.
  • New Shurflo saltwater washdown pump installed 2017.
  • New acrylic windshield panels installed on bridge 2017,
  • Main heat exchanger and transmission heat exchanger fully renewed in 2016.
  • Renewed and rebuilt diesel fuel injector pump installed 2016. Spare on board.
  • New Lewmar anchor windlass installed 2016. 
  • New 115 air conditioning saltwater pump installed 2015.
  • Transmission renewed and rebuilt, including damper plate, flywheel, adapter plate etc, with new forward engine mounts in 2015.
  • New Groco marine toilet installed in forward head 2015. New Garmin GPS Plotter Map546 installed 2015.
  • New marine alternator (Lelee Neville) installed 2014.
  • New air conditioning system saltwater pump installed 2015.
  • Refrigerator unit renewed and rebuilt in 2010.
  • New Kohler 8K AC generator installed 2003.
Hull & Colors

Off white topsides, cabin, and flybridge. Teak Decks, Blue boot stripe and red bottom.

Engine & Transmission

Engine: Single 165 HP Leyland Turbo Charged freshwater cooled marine diesel (6T 165)

Transmission: Borg Warner 10-14-000-005 marine gear turning a 1 1/2 Stainless Shaft and 3 bladed bronze propeller. 

Thruster & Generator

Thruster: Dickson Hydraulic Stern Thruster with upper and lower controls.

Generator: Kohler 8EW0Z 8 kw freshwater cooled marine diesel generator.

 

Tankage & Pumps

Fuel: 400 gallons in two tanks located outboard of generator. 

Water: 140 gallons in two tanks located in the lazarette.

Waste: 40 gallons located starboard outboard of engine. 

 

Pumps:

One Rule 2000 gph submersible bilge pump with automatic float. 

Two Rule 500 gph shower sump pumps with automatic float switches.

One PAR manual hand bilge pump.

One Jabsco fresh water pressure pump, plus spare

One Shurflow salt water wash down pump. 

One Sealand diaphram waste pump

One 120V Air conditioner Pump.

Batteries & Lighting

Batteries:

Two 12v 8D lead acid batteries with Perko battery selector switch. 

One 12v 4D lead acid battery for the genset.

 

Lighting:

12V incandescent fixtures mounted on the bulkheads and overhead throughout, spreader lights. 

Safety Equipment

Eight Type II adult PFDs, Four children PFDs.

One Horseshoe buoy

One Lifesling in plastic case. 

Three Type BC Size 1 fire extinguishers

Electric Air Horn

Ship's Bell

Flare pistol with flares and hand held flairs.

Ground Tackle

One Bruce 20kg anchor with 20' stainless chain and nylon. 

One Danforth 20H with chain and nylon rode. 

One Danforth 12H with chain and nylon rode. 

Simpson Lawrence Horizon Express RC172 Windlass with foot switches on deck and remote control from flybridge. 

 

Mast & Rigging

Painted aluminum extrusion, hinged, with single spreaders and boom. 1x19 stainless wire shrouds with nico-press thimbles and turnbuckles, and steadying sail. 

Galley Equipment

Princess 3-burner electric stove with oven. 

Technicold 12v refrigerator and separate freezer.

Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water. 

Exhaust vent over stove. 

GF microwave oven, coffeemaker, and toaster. 

Nav Electronics

Two Danforth Constellation compasses

One Standard Horizon MAXI VHF

One Standard Horizon Eclipse+ VHF

Two Furuno RD-30  multi-displays for depth, speed, trip, odometer, and water temp. 

Two Furuno GP=30 GPS

One Furuno LC-80 Navigator Loran C

One Furuno Mark-3 Radar

Benmar 14B autopilot with upper and lower controls. 

Additional Equip.

Bimini with stainless steel frame and forward windshield. 

Three Marine Air reverse cycle a/cs (31,000 BTUs total)

Sentry 40 amp battery charger

Raritan 12 gal water heater. 

Jabsco 4" Bilge Blower. 

50' power cord for 50 amps with adapters for 30, 25, and 15 amps.

Newmar PI-2 phone intercom between flybridge and cabin. 

Jensen JSM 96 AM/FM/CD radio with Bose speakers in cabin, and Jensen speakers on flybridge. 

Jensen JP30 Power Inverter

8' Dyer Dhow Sailing Dinghy. 

Fenders and dock lines. 

Deck shower aft with hot and cold pressure water. 

Screens on all opening windows. 

Fitted linens on all bunks. 

Assorted Pillows

Two chairs with cushions on aft deck. 

Two Sea Fit padded folding aluminum chairs on flybridge. 

Round cocktail table on flybridge. 

Large assortment of spare parts. 

Awing with rainwater catcher for aft deck. 

Charts from Maine to Florida's West Coast and Bahamas.

 

Disclaimer
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.
Additional Contact Information
Contact Bruce Taitc: 631 871 2481e: bruce@taityachts.net