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|Location||Ladysmith, British Columbia|
|Length at Water Line||12.52 m|
|Length on Deck||13.18 m|
|Max Draft||1.27 m|
|Displacement (Half Load)||34000 lb|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Propeller Type||4 Blade|
|Engine usage (hours)||3000|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Propeller Type||4 Blade|
|Engine usage (hours)||3000|
|Fuel Tanks||600 gal (Steel)|
|Fresh Water Tanks||278 gal (Aluminum)|
|Holding Tanks||28 gal|
The Europa series of Heritage class Grand Banks, in all size ranges, have proven to be highly sought after models. The 42 Europa is, it has been said, the reason for the strength of that market appeal. The covered side decks and cockpit, the open flow of space from cockpit into the salon, the easy stairway to a flybridge, a flybridge that rival larger yachts in the piloting and entertaining space, and yet two exceptional cabins - the master with an island berth - add to the extensive list of Grand Banks attributes to give rise to a perfect yacht for our waters.
A yacht easily singled-handed. Or cruised by a couple in luxurious comfort. With accommodation for family or guests. Capable of extended cruising. And equally at home gleaming at a yacht club outstation. But “Grand Lady” was developed with a specific objective clearly in mind. To be capable of cruising to remote places. Safely, reliably, and in comfort. The owner has 65 years of yachting experience, and has cruised extensively in many parts of the world, often in extremely remote places. He developed “Grand Lady” based on that experience. Systems have been thought out to deal with eventualities. Such as a heavy wind in remote anchorage. To be safe, the situation may require measures such an extra long rode or even the setting of two anchors. This task is straightforward on Grand Lady. He incorporated redundancy where ever necessary: in the design of the nav electronics, by modifying the mast and boom to be a useable lifting device, even to hoist the dinghy if the electric crane fails. There are special tools aboard. What if a propeller was damaged badly, and an engine had to be shut down - he created a special tool to lock a propeller shaft to permit running long distances on one engine without damage to shaft log or gear of the other.
So, beyond the concept of a Europa, “Grand Lady” is a truly exceptional yacht. There are other reasons to act on this opportunity to become the second owner of this exceptional yacht. “Grand Lady” is:
- One of the newest 42 Europas that will ever be available (one of the last of the line);
- The most refined of the nine year run of the wide body GB42EU;
- This hull incorporated the 2005 “updates” - a long list of improvements;
- Grand Lady was extensively optioned at the factory, with numerous custom details;
- Commissioned and outfitted by the Grand Banks authorized service center, Delta Marine Service;
- One owner since new, kept covered in winter, and in recent years, in a dedicated boathouse (available for separate purchase);
- Exceptional ,optional CAT power;
- Rigorously maintained. “Grand Lady” is proven reliable. Immaculate. A gleaming example of the spectacular Grand Banks 42 Europa.
- And, perhaps above all, this yacht is ideally suited for cruising our waters.
The owner is fastidious. The manuals are catalogued, stored under the forward berth, and have been read. Each item of regular maintenance is listed, and the schedule over time or hours noted, and signed off as the interval is reached, and the task is completed. Preventative maintenance results in a safe, reliable, comfortable yacht ready for sea. More can be done to maintain a yachts beauty. Only boat shoes are worn aboard, respecting teak soles. Thoughtful canvas covers are tied over the rail at the side gates to save varnish scrapes as crew step aboard. Practical solutions incorporated. A solid Larch wood step is installed discreetly over the flybridge steps, as a safe place to stand fitting the tender cover. The mast on most Grand Banks has some limited functions. Fitting a winch and installing an internal halyard and topping lift made the mast much more useful - it can shifting the tender to lift off the outboard with the powered crane, for example, or to raise and lower the mast to fit the boathouse, being another. Where is the Groco tool for removing the fuel deck fill when needed? In a canvas holster tucked away below the helm seat. Why not put the engine block heaters on a thermostat located in the salon, so the whole boat is kept at the right temperature in winter, with the hatches left open. Installs are created to keep things handy, protect surfaces, reduce wear, simplify tasks. These details abound in “Grand Lady.”
A boathouse is available for separate purchase in Ladysmith Marina, BC.
"Grand Lady" shall be displayed on our sales dock at Port of Sidney Marine. Please call to confirm before visiting.
The bright, spacious interior layout of Grand Lady is as follows: Enter the salon from the cockpit through a double sliding door, each door is teak framed with a glass panel top and bottom. The frame is fitted with a Phantom door screen. Inside and to starboard, there is an “end table” with locker and the ship’s stereo, and overhead, a locker with clock and barometer. Forward is the L-settee, with optional pull out berth and the latest version of the classic GB yacht table. Forward is the L-shaped galley c/w a glass door and shelving at the end of the galley return facing the bar for bar glasses. Across from the galley is the lower helm, with helm seat by the side door to the starboard side deck for ready access to the foredeck or dock. Aft of the helm seat is the top and front opening bar, and, back in the salon, two comfortable barrel chairs either side of the entertainment locker, wired for a television. Down the companionway forward, the guest cabin with pocket door is to port, and fitted two berths, the upper athwartship giving a good sense of space to the cabin. The head to starboard is accessed from either the companionway (for guests or as a day head) or from the privacy of the master cabin (as an ensuite). It is spacious, with sink, head and separate shower stall with an acrylic door. The master cabin, so much more spacious than the earlier 42EUs, features an island berth, a large hanging locker and bank of drawers. Drawers, including a proper chart drawer, are at the foot of the berth, which lifts to access the deeper storage behind the drawers.
Throughout "Grand Lady"
The interior of Grand Lady is immaculate and superbly crafted in the latest GB style of joinery - simple, elegant and modern. The salon and galley area is bright, airy and open, enhanced by large windows all around, the overhead locker in the galley reduced in size, and the glass lower portions of the double salon door.
- Grand Banks renowned teak joinery, with comforting satin varnish finish.
- Teak parquet soles.
- Teak valances and crown moldings.
- Fabrics selection by “A’Lamer” interior yacht designers, featuring medium blue fabric on the settee and helm seat, and a designer grey in the barrel chairs, with accent cushions. Note the detail horizontal stripe in the curtains. The master cabin features a designer bedspread and pillow covers.
- Stainless steel and chrome hardware, including the traditional berth lights.
- Vimar outlets and switches (grey) for 110VAC.
- Grohe tap and shower sets.
- Amazing locker, galley, drawer and hanging locker storage sufficient for extended cruising, with any available space utilized such as lift up steps in the companionway, bin storage under the berth, and galley storage under the main chart area in the salon.
- Hurricane hydronic heat, with zone controls, maintains even temperature throughout - warming the boat itself, not just the air in the boat.
- Hot/cold pressure water system.
- Carbon monoxide detector in sleeping cabins and salon (updated with battery powered units)
- Screens for cabin overhead hatches and port lights, and Phantom door screens on both salon doors.
- Cantalupi 12VDC overhead lights, and Stainless reading lights at each berth, converted to LED bulbs.
- Canada Coast Guard required safety equipment for the yacht and tender.
The bright, airy salon is full of detail features such as:
- Classic Grand Banks teak yacht table (an option), with two covered bins in the table top, bottle and cruising guide storage below. The table top has fiddles to prevent objects sliding off at sea, and hinges out to either side for dining. When open, the table top is flat - more comfortable for dining. It is a work of art. It can be readily shifted if the pull out berth is in use.
- L-settee c/w storage below, modified with a custom pull-out berth and flat cushion, c/w filler cushions designed to form a flat berth and be easily stored - located under the master berth.
- Custom cabinet at end of settee, with a large drawer and a locker, with fitted AM/FM/CD player, driving the salon and flybridge speakers.
- Sirius satellite radio (in forward overhead locker).
- Two optional, “new style” upholstered barrel chairs to starboard.
- Custom cabinet set between the chairs, with tambor teak sliding doors.
- Teak bar cabinet, with drop front panel, Corian cutting board, and lift top to access bottle and glass storage, locker below.
- The inboard side of the L-galley counter, across from the bar, features a beveled glass teak framed door, with bar glass storage.
- Optional fixed and upholstered helm seat with fold up foot rest and storage lockers below.
- Optional Phantom screen salon entrance and side door entrance.
- Optional Oceanair "Skysol" blinds in the main salon, including windows, doors and the windshield. A custom 5” valance to covers the raised blinds.
- Pleated curtains.
- Custom teak fiddle on leading edge of the chart top.
- “Sea dog” installed on side door, to tight seal the door.
- Salon door - glass top and bottom to feel more open to the cockpit, even when closed.
- Clock and Barometer.
- Overhead hand rail.
- Table lamps.
The galley is exceptional - close to the helm for making a quick sandwich underway and open to the salon increasing the sense of space in the cabin - it features incredible storage and an exceptional work and serving countertop. Note these details:
- Corian countertop with backsplash guard.
- Custom order Scandvick polished double stainless steel sink, in lieu of Corian.
- Optional reversible Corian sink cover with teak cutting board.
- Optional Force 10, 3 burner propane range/oven. The propane locker is located under the back/front flybridge seat, with three 10 lb. propane tanks. The stove top is covered by a hinged Corian panel, with underside stainless steel lined. There are pot holders.
- Above the stove is a SS protective panel, with a vent fan. The center windshield opens for additional ventilation.
- Propane solenoid and gas detector.
- Custom condiment locker above galley return.
- Optional drop down, overhead dish lockers.
- Coolmatic 12/110V Refrigerator/freezer with teak door.
- Optional top load freezer, c/w stainless steel lined box with 4” of insulation, a cold plate and a remote Danfoss 12VDC compressor.
- There are drawers and lockers for utensils, condiments and canned and dry goods. Kitchen appliances and larger items can be stored in below the helm seat or in the bar lockers. For deep storage for longer cruises, there is ample room under the settee. Note the photo of the lift up panels of the chart area, forward in the galley, for additional crockery.
Visibility all around the vessel is exceptional from the lower helm. The helm seat is comfortable and controls, remote panels and instruments are readily monitored underway, and close at hand for tuning. There is an overhead locker accessed by hinged panels for new installations. The blinds drop down the sloped windshield on guide strings and stay close to the glass. The center window opens for welcome ventilation. A spacious chart area, with the custom fiddle to prevent chart gear sliding off underway, is located across from the helm, forward of the galley, as useful to the captain as the cook. When a control is duplicated at the flybridge helm, it will be noted.
- Engine room access is via hatch forward in the salon.
- Optional helm seat.
- A folding director high chair may be drawn up as a pilot seat.
- Emergency fuel shut off valves, in a small helm seat locker, beside the helm door.
- Teak rimmed, teak steering wheel.
- Lift up access to helm storage space with fiddles.
- Teak pencil holder.
- Kahlgenberg air horn, (dual station) control.
- CAT 3126B engine instrument panel on overhead locker to include: switches and indicator lights for engine synchronizer and slow vessel mode, and indicator lights for engine diagnostics and maintenance due.
- Full engine instrumentation with electronic CAT gauges, (dual station).
- Warning panel - shows genset and engine room lights on, bilge pumps running, and hi exhaust temp for each engine.
- AC rotary switch - power source shore in forward or aft or genset.
(Small panel with rotary switch in the way of the smart mike, with two guages. What are they?)
- Pantographic windshield wipers, 3 c/w speed control, auto park and fresh washer.
- VDO Tank gauges for fuel (two) and water (one).
- Rudder angle indicator (dual station).
- Bennet trim tab controls (dual station).
- DC power point, Perko dual prong style.
- Thermostat to regulate cabin temperature, when using engine block heaters to heat the boat, engine room hatches open.
- Hydraulic steering (dual station)
- Dual lever Panish throttle and gear shift controls (dual station)
- Status light and manual control for engine room auto fire quench system.
- Hurricane furnace remote control panel, with diagnostic panel.
- Xantrex remote inverter panel.
- Xantrex battery monitor.
- Phantom helm door screen (pull down).
- Village Marine Tec water maker control panel, as part of water maker prep.
As well as the designer bedspread, curtains, opening port lights for ventilation, reading lights, and abundant storage in the hanging locker with a louvered door (aromatic wood lined), drawers, and lockers, and dressing mirror, the cabin is spacious and elegant in fine joinery and soft fabrics. Details include:
- Anchor locker door access forward.
- Island queen berth, with bedspring mattress.
- Custom install of gas lift-assist cylinders to ease access to bulk storage below.
- Teak framed beveled mirror.
- 4 S/S opening port lights.
- Overhead hatch for additional ventilation, with screen and sunshade.
- Offset single berths (upper berth athwartship).
- Hanging locker with louvered door is lined with aromatic wood.
- Ample drawers and storage under berths.
- 2 S/S opening porthole/windows.
- Overhead hatch for additional ventilation, with screen and sun shade.
- Cordless vacuum, wired to charge in place, and an ironing board are stowed in the hanging locker.
- Spare parts - a fresh water pump and various filters, for example, are under the berth, while a further locker, tucked away at the foot of the lower berth, has been modified to snugly stows 12 gallons of oil, sufficient for a full oil change while on a remote cruise.
- Beveled mirror on back of sliding door.
- Head c/w Corian countertops and cultured marble sink, tank watch monitor system, electric head, enclosed shower with bifold door and storage cabinet.
- Tecma head system.
- Private access from the master cabin, or from the companionway for guest and day access
“Grand Lady” features the new-for-2005 flybridge arrangement, ideal for both piloting the vessel and for entertaining. The general arrangement is a single Pompanette pedestal helm seat c/w footrest, a single back to back seat to port, and L-settee to starboard with traditional grate style teak table! The helm features an FRP himalaya for mounting electronics, a chart table locker, a solid stainless steel safety rail over over the flybridge venturi, and moulded in drink holders.
- Stainless steel rimmed, teak steering wheel.
- L - shaped settee c/w varnished “grate” style table, and dry storage under the settee.
- Optional teak decks.
- Nick Jackson 12VDC electric crane with 550 lb. capacity - dinghy launch to starboard.
- Helm station with full engine instrumentation and navigation electronics.
- Port side back to back single seats, with vented propane locker and dry storage inside.
- Boat deck with optional GB teak and s/s tender chocks.
- Grand Banks aluminum mast, with optional winch pad, fitted self tailing winch, and with internal halyard and toping lift, c/w shives and line stoppers. The system is used for raising and lowering the mast, for shifting the dingy to lift the outboard off for service, and even for lifting the dinghy in the event the electric crane fails - a strong feature for a self sufficient yacht and a further example of redundancy of systems.
- Mast fitted with spreader lights and navigation lights, and two halyards for courtesy flags.
- Stereo speakers.
- Barbecue, rail mounted with canvas cover.
- Custom outboard bracket on aft flybridge rail.
- Aquapro 1101 RIB - 11' 2", c/w Honda 20hp 4 stroke. The dinghy is much improved for rowing, by the upgrade to Avon rowing locks and oars to suit.
- Optional teak and stainless steel dinghy chock, athwartship.
- Soft shell 4 person life raft, not currently certified.
- Block and tackle system for raising and lowering the mast - a line runs from the anchor winch aft, over the venturi to a block and tackle section that runs to the mast winch. Simple and quite elegant, it all tucks away into a small bag stowed under the seat.
Hull and Deck
The hallmark Europa covered side decks and cockpit are a huge part of the broad appeal of the GB42 EU. One moves around the boat with ease, and with stainless steel handholds and high safety rails (with custom intermediate 1/2” rails), safely, even in awkward conditions. Dogs and children are safe, and easy to keep under a careful eye. The side gates open to step onto a dock, or the next boat in the raft. In rain conditions, inside the boat, rain rarely hits the side or back windows so that one does’t feel the rain closing in, and the windows tend to stay clear. The forward, working deck area features storage for two fenders, and a seat. Working the ground tackle feels safe and secure behind high bulwarks and substantial rails. The anchors are at the ready to deploy, and can be raised or lowered from three stations. The cockpit is spacious - room enough for a table for six in comfort, and, being covered, is out of the mist and dew of shoulder seasons. Step from the dock or tender, through the transom door, under cover - leave any wet gear outside to dry! Or, step up the stairs to the flybridge - and that wonderful space to read, entertain, or watch the goings on of the anchorage!
- Teak decks, glued down.
- Dual anchor pulpit c/w stainless steel rollers.
- The main anchor is a 65lb CQR. The second anchor is a 55 CQR. Both are mounted on the king plank securely. The main anchor is fitted with 200’ of high tensile 5/16” chain, a length suitable for almost all anchoring situations. In the event that more rode is required, there is a further 100’ of chain at hand, and a Will joining link. If it was deemed necessary to deploy two anchors, then the 100’ of chain can be quickly attached to the second anchor. There is also 400’ of 3/4” Nylon rode cut into 2 x 100’ and 1 x 200’ lengths available in the lazarette. The Nylon rode can be attached to the chain in a variety of combinations - for example: main anchor with 200’ of chain, and 200’ of rode and second anchor with 100’ of chain and 2 x 100’ of rode. The objective is a safe, secure night in the worst of conditions. And efficient use of materials to arrive at the most suitable anchor set up for the conditions. And, of course, redundancy.
- Lofrans 12 VDC windlass set on a teak plank pad.
- Stainless steel hand rails and stantions, with custom intermediate 1/2” rail, c/w SS wire and pelican hooks in the way of rail gates.
- 100' tow line.
- Stainless steel grab and safety rails.
- Stainless steel chocks and mooring cleats.
- Deck hatches to access the top of the fuel tanks.
- Fresh water wash down at bow.
- Shore power connection at bow and stern. The Hubble connection is 50 amps, but fused to 30 amps meeting the requirements of the boat, and permitting use of a light, easily handled shorepower cord, and ideal for the limited power available a smaller marinas up our coast.
- TV cable connection, bow and stern.
- Cockpit and deck courtesy lights, and on steps to flybridge.
- Port and starboard side gates with step plates.
- Transom shower with retractable hose, hot/cold.
- Transom door.
- Extended teak swim platform, with cleats mounted to tie off dinghy.
- Fold up swim ladder, S/S with teak step.
- Molded fibreglass, teak-clad steps to flybridge, c/w storage locker.
- Molded plank lines in hull, with navy blue Awlgrip boot top stripe.
- FRP spray knock down rails forward.
- Factory epoxy barrier undercoat. Annual bottom service.
- There are two large openings in the cockpit. The forward hatch, in the way of the salon door, can be locked and features ladder access. This huge space contains a variety of installations, including electrical components such as the inverter and battery charger, the hot water tank, the furnace, the hosing and wiring and location for a future water maker, a compressor and the furnace. The aft hatch, with double doors, opens wide to access the rudder stocks and rudder tie and is lockable. The steering components are covered by a teak grid to keep them clear. The sole of this space also has a teak grid to keep items off the bilge. This space is ideal for storage of fishing gear (there is none included), hoses, shore cords (which are neatly coiled on the bulkhead, and spare rope - including the tow line and anchor rode. There is a folding cockpit table and three folding chairs tucked neatly away in this space.
- Storage bins for cleaning and maintenance materials, and food items for extended trips are cleated in place in both lazarettes. One bin contains a bag of special tools for the boat - such as a 2" wide belt, to bolt around the drive coupler together with strong oak pieces that wedge against a stringer, thereby locking the shaft, in case an engine is down. This action will save damage to a gear or shaft log in the event an engine must be shut down.
Canvas, Navy Blue Sunbrella:
- flybridge seats - helm, back to back seat and L-settee
- flybridge table cover
- helm and instrument cover
- dinghy cover
- flybridge dodgers with stainless steel flat bar top and bottom
- teak cap rail covers, bow to stern
- transom cover
- dinghy cover, davit winch motor cover
- covers for the teak caprail in the way of side gates to protect the varnish from shoe scrapes
- white Textaline mesh windshield cover
Electronics and Navigation
The electronics were chosen for quality and readily available service up the coast. The autopilot is a local manufacture and used widely on commercial craft up and down the coast, for example. The owner achieved relative simplicity and complete redundancy in the design.
- Comnav 1001 autopilot.
- Furuno NAVnet GPS/chartplotter/video sounder/radar black box.
- Furuno keypad.
- Two chart card receptacles, c/w charts including Puget Sound, and ranging to Glacier Bay.
- Depth sounder - a Furuno sounder is fitted inside the overhead locker, as a redundant sounder easily viewed if the main sounder failed, by dropping the locker access panel.
- ViewSonic display for Furuno windows and data.
- ICOM M601 VHF radio in overhead locker, with smart mike located beside wheel.
- Hand held West Marine VHF, in a charger at salon door.
- Compass and hand bearing compass
- Overhead night lights (red)
- Paper charts, Puget Sound to Glacier Bay.
- Furuno multi display GP-30
- Furuno NAVnet GPS/chartplotter/radar/sounder (stand alone, independent of the black box lower helm unit)
- ICOM VHF remote command mic
- Remote autopilot control
- Wi-Fi Booster & ariel
- Tall Shakespeare VHF antenna
- Canvas chart bag, hangs from a rail beside the helm seat.
Engine Room and Mechanical
The engine room can be accessed from the salon, via dogged down hatch and ladder, or through a door leading from the forward lazarette. The room is well organized and detailed, with generally good access for servicing. The fuel tanks are outboard of the main engines. The genset is aft, on the centerline. The high pressure pump and a filter, part of the water maker prep, are aft to port - close to the mounting location. The main bank of batteries are between the inboard stingers, forward of the genset. The engine room is well insulated - being a 2005 vessel great strides had been made calming noise levels (note also the dogged down hatch, soft motor mounts and shaft couple).
- Twin Caterpillar 3126TA engines rated 350hp each, with 3,000 hours since new.
- Engine block heaters.
- Twin Disc MG5061-A gears, 2.47:1
- The owner cruises 9 knots at 1,500 RPM, with occasional runs at higher rpm to work the engines. Average fuel consumption over time is 5 US gal per hour.
- Top speed is in the order of 17 knots.
- Fuel manifold system.
- Portable oil change system comprising a 12VDC pump and 1- gallon container. The pump attaches to specially installed hoses at the bottom of the main engine sumps.
- Fabricated SS exhaust risers and Centek two stage Aqualift mufflers.
- Faster Propulsion System propellers, “Foil Series” 28” x 26” four blades of nickel, aluminum and bronze.
- Aqualoy propeller shafts.
- PPS dripless shaft seals.
- Vetus anti-vibration shaft couplers.
- Vibration dampening engine mounts.
- Racor fuel filters, each engine and genset, each with vacuum gauge.
- A multi featured Hurricane hydronic furnace system. The system is complete with: zone temperature control, summer loop (the furnace can be used to heat water, without passing heat into the boat), engine heat can be used to heat the boat through the furnace (heat underway). An updated exhaust has been installed to prevent water entering the furnace in heavy weather, c/w drain.
- Fresh water faucet.
- Bennett trim tabs.
- Engine room vents, Delta T air demisters.
- Two fuel tanks, painted iron 300 US gallons each. C/w sight gauges labeled in gallons.
- Remote shut-off for fuel supply.
- Two water tanks, painted Stainless steel
- Holding tank, FRP
- Fire suppression system by Firebox-Xintex model FE241 in engine room, with engine shut down and manual remote shut down at lower helm.
- Head discharge - Y-valve provides overboard and holding tank discharge. Holding tank (FRP) with macerator overboard and deck discharge.
- Shaft Brushes.
- Detailed Maintenance Log and noted part numbers for spares.
- Manual bilge pump.
The Grand Banks electrical system is robust. And has been updated with a large house bank of batteries for extended time at anchor, and an inverter. This yacht lives on 30 amp shore power. Ideal for our cruising grounds. Wires are number coded throughout.
AC and DC electrical system. AC 110 Volts through AC distribution panel, circuit breaker protected. AC is provided by: (1) shore power connection, through a fuse protected connection at either bow or stern; (2) the 9 Kw Onan generator; or (3) for light loads, the Xantrex inverter in turn powered by the house bank of batteries. DC 12 Volts through DC distrubution panel, circuit breaker protected. DC power is provided by three banks of batteries. The house bank is comprised of 6 x 6 volt Fullriver AGM DC224-6 batteries, for a total of 672 amps, new in 2016. The engine start battery is a Lifeline AGM 8D battery , and a dedicated generator start battery is an AGM T27. The house bank is charged by the charge side of the inverter and by the port alternator. The engine start battery is charged by the battery charger and by the starboard alternator. The generator start battery is charged by the battery charger and the generator alternator.
- 9KW 110VAC Onan E-QD diesel generator c/w sound shield and Vernay exhaust/water separator for quiet operation, with 1,115 hours since new.
- Xantrex SW series 2500 Watt inverter and 0-145 amp charger with remote monitor panel at lower helm. Provides AC power for light loads, and efficiently charges the house bank of batteries.
- Battery charger Xantrex XC5012 50 amp - charges the engine start battery and generator battery.
- Heavy duty alternators.
- Galvanic Isolator.
- Full bonding system to the transom zinc, complete with shaft brushes.
- Optional extra AC outlet in salon, and inside aft deck locker.
- Special order - 8 extra circuit breaks at overhead electronics locker, labeled for Nav electronics
- GFIC protection.
- Seaward 20 gallon hot water tank heated by 110VAC, the furnace or engine heat.
- Three auto bilge pumps.
- Battery parallel switch, to join house and start banks.
Personal gear shall be removed at time of sale.
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.
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