Grand Banks 42 For Sale - €249,000
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This Grand Banks 42 is for sale for €249,000
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Short Description of the Grand Banks 42
This Grand Banks 42 Motoryacht built in GRP in 1999 does not need any further introduction. She is a distinct, classic, seaworthy and stable fly bridge cruiser and is capable of making long passages in all comfort. She is powered by two 350hp Caterpillar diesels and is furthermore equipped with a bow thruster, generator, telescopic electro-hydraulic passerelle, stainless steel Davits, dinghy wit outboard engine, Epirb, dodgers, covers, complete navigation package at fly bridge and lower helm, air conditioning, heating, etc. The large fly bridge, the ample fore deck with huge custom made sun pads and the inviting aft deck offer ample space. The interior space with teak joinery and panelling is huge as well for a 42-footer. The accommodation consists of a V-berth cabin and a twin cabin with I-shaped bunks forward with shared head compartment and a very large stateroom aft with a head compartment to port and a shower stall to starboard. Designed and built to cruise.
Engines & Propulsion
Twin Caterpillar 3116TA diesel engines, 350hp each
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3 cabins, 6 sleeps and 2 heads.
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Grand Banks 42 For Sale is lying in Mallorca, Spain. At 13.17 metres (approx. 43.21 feet) this Grand Banks is a bargain at €249,000.
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Grand Banks Yachts began its journey in 1956 as American Marine, Ltd. Founder Robert J. Newton and his sons, John and Whit, were running a custom boatyard on Junk Bay in Hong Kong, building heavy sailboats and big motor yachts to designs by the world's top marine architects – Sparkman & Stevens, William Garden, Nat Herreshoff, Ray Hunt... More Grand Banks Information