1973 Grand Banks 36 Classic

$69,000.00

There are some boats that have been with is for so long and are so popular that they have attained classic status.  The Grand Banks 36 Classic is such a boat.  She was the first model in the Grand Banks fleet and nearly 1200 have been built.

The early ones were built of mahogany wood and starting mid-year in 1973 they were built of fiberglass.  This model is an early fiberglass model – hull number 398.  A semi-displacement hull with a long keel, hard chines and a deep forefoot provide the stability that has won the 36 a reputation for seaworthiness unmatched by boats in her class.  The interiors are hand crafted teak woodwork and all incorporate the very best in workmanship, hardware and materials.  Topside, raised bulwarks provide security to the walk-around decks, and there’s room for a dingy on the aft deck cabintop. Notable features include a functional mast and boom, direct cockpit access from the aft stateroom, and a spacious flybridge.

  • Teak decks removed – resurfaced with non-skid fiberglass
  • Original fuel tanks removed and replace with new SST tank
  • Engine cooling systems rebuilt
  • (3) NEW 4D Lifeline AGM batteries
  • NEW stove w/oven
  • Excellent canvas package including Textilene window coverings
  • Electric fresh water heads w/direct discharge (no black water tanks)
  • Furuno NavNet radar / GPS plotter
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Description

Dimensions

Length Overall
36.83ft
Max Bridge Clearance
13.08ft
Max Draft
4ft
Beam
12.67ft

Weights

Dry Weight
26,000Lb

Tanks

Fresh Water Tank
140 gal (Steel)
Fuel Tank
90 gal (Stainless Steel)
Holding Tank

Accommodations

Cabins 2
Heads 2

Accomodations

The 36 Classic is laid out in the typical aft cabin fashion with a guest stateroom forward, owner’s stateroom aft, and salon with lower helm and galley in between.  The forward stateroom is set up with a “V” berth.  The ensuite head with electric toilet and a vanity is to starboard and a large hanging locker is to port.  The aft stateroom has two split berths and the forward starboard corner is the ensuite head, vanity and shower.  Along the aft bulkhead a doorway leads to the aft deck.  The salon features a lower helm to just off centerline with the galley to port.  Aft to starboard is an “L” shaped settee and an fore-aft settee to port.

 

  • ALL new cushions and foam mattresses after fuel tanks were cut out(leaking)
  • Flat panel TVs in master and salon

 Galley

  • Propane Stove and Oven
  • Refrigerator/Freezer
  • Hot & Cold Pressure Water
  • Stainless Sink
  • Lots of Storage

Hull and Deck

A semi-displacement hull with a long keel, hard chines and a deep forefront provide the stability that has won the 36 the reputation for seaworthiness unmatched by boats in her class!

  • Hand crafted teak woodwork
  • Walk around decks
  • Fiberglass decks replaced high-maintenance teak decks!
  • Complete paint on exterior!
  • Functional mast and boom w/dinghy rack on cabin top
  • Direct cockpit access from aft stateroom
  • Spacious flybridge
  • Fantastic canvas package

Engines and Mechanical

Ford Lehman 120 hp naturally aspirated engines have been a workhorse in the trawler market.  Recent maintenance includes:

  • rebuilt water pumps
  • new oil coolers
  • new hoses
  • rebuilt heat exchangers
  • new exhaust elbow and hose

Other recent mechanical work and upgrades include:

  • new hot water heater
  • new fresh water pump
  • new galley faucet and drinking water filter
  • new sump pumps
  • new bilge pumps
  • new waste hose (no holding tanks)
  • new Force 10 propane stove w/oven and propane tank
  • new Lifeline AGM batteries with new battery cables
  • new DC electrical panel and battery switches
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