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Curtis Stokes & Associates
This yacht is not only beautiful, but also unique in its design and layout. Built in the fine tradition of Grand Banks craftsmanship, the 36 MY was only produced from 1995-1998. Therefore there are a limited number on the market each year.
With two queen-size cabins and large raised aft deck, the vessel is especially roomy and perfect for cruising as a couple or family group. The twin Cummins 210 diesels make for easy cruising at 10-12 knots.
Uptick is available for private charters. If you would like to "try before you buy," chartering a private yacht is a great option. This yacht is also available for charter placement or for private ownership.
The layout of this yacht offers centerline walk-around bunks in both the Master and Guest Cabins. Both cabins also have a split head and shower arrangement.
The main saloon is and features the dinette with L-shape settee and drop-leaf yacht table, galley and helm station. There are bamboo shades. Some of the side windows slide open and the center forward window opens forward. The flooring throughout the yacht is teak parquet. The built-in settee is made of leatherette upholstery and has a matching chair and a corner table.
The helm station features a teak ship's wheel with manual and chain steering. The controls are Morse dual lever mechanical controls. There is full engine instrumentation on the console. There electrical panels with 120VAC and 12VDC circuit breakers along with the battery selector switch, windlass control panel, bow thruster control and magnetic compass.
The galley features cabinets above and below the Corian counters, drawers, pull-out counter extension, dish locker, pots & pans storage locker and opening window. Other features include stainless sink, galley vent fan, Nova-Cool refrigerator/ freezer, Princess 3-burner LPG Cooktop and Oven and U-line icemaker ch
The master cabin features private companionway teak doors and stairs, large hanging locker along with drawer and cabinet storage. The bed is a queen centerline bunk with reading lamps and overhead lights, overhead hatch and ports with curtains, AC control and flat panel TV.
The private guest head features a new Raritan electric fresh water head (2018), vanity with mirror and Corian countertop.
* Twin Cummins 6BT 5.9 Diesels, approx. 2500 hrs.
* (2) 3-blade bonze props
*Bennett Trim tabs
*Westerbeke Generator 7.5 kw, approx. 1400 hrs.
*Side Power electric Bow Thruster
* Morse dual lever cable controls for throttles and shifters
* Built-in oil change system for engines and generator
* (2) Air conditioning units
*New 2020 Simrad C-Map Insight Pro, both helm stations
*Autopilot, Raytheon ST70
*Raymarine Raydata, Nav depth & speed
*Fireboy engine shut down
*Morse engine controls
*Fuel; Oil pressure
*Dual tachs/ hour meters
*ICOM Command MIC 111
*Westerbeke 7.5 kw generator
*Forward and Aft Shore power inlets with heavy fuses
*Magna Sine DC to AC Inverter with remote panel
*50 amp Shore Power Cable and 50 to 30-amp adapter
*Xantrex 40 amp charger and control panel
*(2) Engine-driven DC alternators
*(4) House/ Inverter batteries
*(2) 8-D Engine starting batteries
*(1) Generator battery
*(1) Bow thruster battery
*Battery selector switch
*Shore power/ generator selector switch
*Two Air Conditioning units, Dometic/Marine Air
*Water Heater, Seaward
* Teak decks, transom and swim platform
* St. Croix manual dinghy davit
*West Marine inflatable dinghy (new 10/2020)
*Outboard motor, Mercury 2.5 HP (new 2/2021)
*Mast & boom with tabernacle
*Forward and aft opening deck hatches
*(2) fiberglass boxes on aft deck with shower and shore power
*Lofrans Tigress Electric Windlass with capstan and foot switch at windlass & toggles at helms.
*Anchors: 35#CQR with approx. 150 ft. chain in rollers. 30# plow anchor in rollers mounted on pulpit.
*Raw water wash-down at pulpit
*Fenders and rail-mounted holders
*Two fiberglass seating units on f/b with storage
*Helm console on bridge with storage and venturi windscreen
*Canvas: Navy Sunbrella bimini, bridge cover, rail covers and transom cover.
* Grill (new 2020)
*Life jackets and all USCG required safety items
* Air horn
*Running lights, anchor light and spreader lights
* (2) electric bilge pumps with lights at both helms
*(1) Manual bilge pump
*High water alarm
*CO and smoke alarms
*Required fire extinguishers
*Engine room fire suppression system
*Remote alarms for oil pressure and engine overheat