Own your own classic Grand Banks, it's like living art, rock steady in the water, smooth and easy to dock, reliable and safe. Perfect for long cruising and so easy on fuel. This owner emphasized important mechanicals and family safety. Excellent engine and generator performance, gently driven, clean, only privately owned and never chartered. Time for a Grand Banks? Take a look... all systems go for your adventure on the high seas. Major price reduction. Was $89900. Now only $69900!
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As you enter the cabin from the cockpit there is an L-shaped settee to starboard with a drop leaf table on the centerline.To port is long settee which can be converted to a double berth.The galley is forward of that opposite the lower helm station with upholstered seat a bank of drawers. As you proceed forward down the steps the master stateroom has twin V-berths, large hanging locker, and a large head with separate shower, sink, and a manual toilet.
The galley consists of a 3 burner Princess cooktop, microwave oven, stainless steel sink, under counter refrigerator with freezer, pressure water and a lower storage locker next to two drawers which are under the microwave.
The roomy teak cockpit has a large lazzarette under which provides lots of storage, cockpit shower, a gated stern rail with step under to access the swim platform. Heavy duty hawse pipes and cleats serve the cockpit and foredeck.There is also a separate cockpit bimini which is not shown on the listing
The flybridge is accessed by a teak ladder to port which has convenient hand holds to make it easier to climb. The aft deck has a stainless railing with attractive canvas panels for added security. It also houses the salty mast and boom which supports the radar and spreader lights. A Sunbrella bimini provides weather protection. To port there is a fore and aft facing seat.The upper helm is offset to starboard with teak steeing wheel, compass, VHF radio, Venturi windscreen and recessed guages
Westerbeke Generator with 692 hours
Fresh water cooling
Newer heat exchanger
Teak decking on walkways, cockpit and flybridge
Anchor rode with chain
Seller's personal items, tools, etc
Tortuga has newer aluminum fuel tanks, recent bottom paint and no blisters. The interior features newer cushions, curtains and a varnished teak parquet cabin sole. She has a bullet proof Lehman 135 diesel ( 3162 hours ) with a newer heat exchanger and very clean engine room. The exterior brightwork was recently refinished.
1000 First Ave West Ste A
Bradenton, FL 34205