Stan Miller Yachts

1984 Grand Banks 42 Classic

  • 42 ft
  • Trawler
  • Long Beach, CA, US

Yacht price :

$185,000
Sold
  • Grand Banks 42 Classic
  • Port Quarter
  • Port Bow
  • Starboard Quarter
  • Port Profile
  • Starboard Profile
  • Cabin & Flbridge
  • Stern
  • Bow
  • Brightwork

Overview

The Grand Banks 42 Classic is regarded by many as the perfect "cruising lifestyle" boat and the semi displacement hull design and a full keel has been proven on waters around the world. The spacious salon provides a comfortable relaxation or entertainment area, with additional dining facilities around the teak yacht table (a Grand Banks trademark). There is a fully equipped galley to port and a complete helm station to starboard. Another known Grand Banks standard is the beautiful teak joinery which they are known for all over the world.

These customary features of quality and dependability combined with reliable electronics and equipment afford you a superior cruising ability without skimping on the comforts you expect from a Grand Banks.

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Grand Banks
Model:
42 Classic
Year:
1984
Category:
Power
Condition:
Used
Location:
Long Beach, CA, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
Manhattan
Boat Type:
Trawler
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Type:
Hull Color:
Designer:
Ken Smith
Flag of Registry:

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
42 ft - 12.8 meter
LOA:
46 ft - 14.02 meter
Beam:
13 ft 7 in - 4.14 meter
Draft - max:
4 ft 2 in - 1.27 meter
Bridge Clearance:
22 ft 6 in - 6.86 meter
Dry Weight:
34000 lbs

Engine

Make:
Model:
2715E
Engine(s):
2
Hours:
3472
Cruise Speed:
10 MPH - 8.69 KTS
Range:
-
Joystick Control:
No
Engine Type:
Inboard
Drive Type:
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Horsepower:
120 (Individual), 240 (combined)
Max Speed:
12 MPH - 10.43 KTS

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
600 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
271 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
40 gallons - 1 tank(s)

Accommodations

Total Cabins:
2
Total Berths:
1
Total Sleeps:
1
Total Heads:
2
Captains Cabin:
No
Crew Cabins:
1
Crew Berths:
1
Crew Sleeps:
1
Crew Heads:
1

Gallery

Descriptions

Vessel Walkthrough

The spacious main salon of the GB 42 combines the activities hub, entertainment center and main living area. This is truly a multipurpose salon with facilities for dining around the teak yacht table and settee. The fully equipped galley area is to port and the complete helm station is to starboard with complete dual engine instruments. There is immediate access to the side deck from the helm station through the starboard door and just aft of the door is a teak bar cabinet.

Looking aft in the main saloon you see the long L-shaped settee with the yacht table. The companionway leads forward to the guest's stateroom and aft to the main stateroom. To port is an additional bench seat, counter and extra storage space. The spacious flybridge has full instruments and controls and watertight storage under the seats.



Salon
  • Aiphone TB-IF intercom
  • Entertainment center
  • (2) Chairs
  • Built-in Bar
  • Raritan Icemaker
  • Teak Yacht table
  • L-shaped settee
  • Bench seat
  • 6'5" headroom


Master Stateroom & Head

The master stateroom is aft and features an island queen berth centerline. There is plenty of built in storage, a teak vanity, bureau, bookshelves and hanging locker. The adjoining head is a private compartment complete with sink, counter and head. The separate large stall shower is to starboard.

Masterflush 8100 freshwater electric head

Sealand Odorsafe sanitation hose



Guest Stateroom & Head

The forward stateroom has accommodations for two on "V" berths and its own private head. Opening windows port and starboard and overhead Lewmar hatch. There is also an adjoining head & shower with cultured marble sink and countertops.

Masterflush 8100 freshwater electric head

Sealand Odorsafe sanitation hose



Electrical System
  • 110V AC electrical system
  • 12V DC electrical system
  • VDO Grand Banks Tachometers
  • VDO engine instrumentation
  • Lewco Battery Charger
  • High output alternator portside
  • 9 kw Onan generator (2003)


Electronics / Navigation
  • Simrad NSS9 evo 2 Fishfinder/ chartplotter 
  • 4G radar
  • Simrad AP24 autopilot
  • Simrad RS35 vhf radio
  • Fusion iPod UD-7501 stereo
  • Fusion Sirius runer
  • Marine Sirius satellite antennae
  • Fusion 7" Marine 2-Way speakers MS-FR702
  • (2) Danforth Constellation Compass


Cold Plate Refrigeration

A "hold over" system is not like your common household refrigerator. The availability of 110 volt power is limited on a boat therefore, the refrigerator is not capable of cycling on and off everytime the door is opened allowing cold air to "maintain" box temperatures over a longer period of time compared to manufactured AC/DC refrigerators. In addition to this refrigeration system the insulation is much much thicker and therefore far more efficient for keeping a desired temperature without a constant power supply. Quite often in a moderate climate the holdover system will only require one hour operation to maintain a desired temperature every 12 hours.

Two stainless steel insulated refrigeration/ freezer boxes & Copelmetic compressor



Ford Lehman 2715E 6D380 120hp

 

Lehman pioneered the marinization of engines as far back as 1932. By 1980 the Lehman Econ-O-Power trademark was recognized and respected by boat builders and owners throughout the world. For over 50 years, Lehman had been an organization of dedicated boatmen with a keen appreciation of the proper specification and operation of marine power. The compact design of Lehman Econ-O-Power diesels with special monobloc cast iron exhaust manifolds has shell type tubular heat exchangers and coolers for streamlined appearance and long lasting operation. The Lehman Econ-O-Power engine is built using a Ford engine as the "base" unit. Lehman manufactured and provided the "conversion" equipment... those parts that are needed to adapt the Ford engine to marine use. One of Lehmans' most popular diesels, this 380 cubic inch engine is conservatively rated at 120 horsepower at 2500 rpm. This model engine has a long history of thoroughbred performance, beginning in 1958 as the Ford Dagenham diesel. Also contributing to the popularity of this engine are the same high performance, high economy features which characterize all Lehman Power diesel marine engines.
The four cycle design, high compression ratio and overhead valves assure clean burning, odor free combustion. The resulting maximization of fuel economy and dependable performance have established this engine as a "pacesetter" among commercial operators, and a favorite of boaters.
Underlying its rugged performance is its rugged construction...a deep, rigid block. The crankshaft is equipped with large diameter crankpins and main bearings. Four hole injectors are fed by an efficient Simms piston-type fuel injection pump which is driven directly by camshaft gearing. This eliminates the exposed auxiliary drive shaft and couplings that were used in earlier models. Lehman diesel marine engines turn counter-clockwise (viewed from the stern of the boat facing forward). Borg-Warner transmissions offer positive acting, smooth dependable performance under varied loads.

  • Fresh-water cooled exhaust manifold with patented mono-block design allows lower overall engine height. Heavy, cast-iron construction for long life and dependability
  • 12 volt starting motor
  • 55 amp alternator with integral solid state voltage regulator and automatic oil pressure switch (for energizing or disconnecting the system on engine start-up or shut-down).
  • Gear driven raw water pump, constructed of bronze with ball bearings for dependability and longer service life.
  • Rubber impeller for maximum water flow.
  • Flexible fuel supply line prevents fuel supply line from breaking
  • Spin-on, disposable-cartridge oil filter is easily accessible and easy to replace
    Pressurized cooling system
    Efficient fresh-water cooling through shell and tube-type, copper heat exchanger- with pencil zincs for corrosion resistance. Horizontally mounted to eliminate sediment build-up, with access covers for quick cleaning. No aluminum to rot or disintegrate.
  • 3580 hours 
  • Racor 500 water fuel separtors
  • Morse cable throttle & transmission controls


Estimated Consumption & Range
  • 2500 RPM 11 knots 12.4 gallons per hour 532 mile range
  • 2400 RPM 10.5 knots 10.4 gallons per hour 605 mile range
  • 2300 RPM 10.2 knots 9.2 gallons per hour 665 mile range
  • 2200 RPM 9.8 knots 8.0 gallons per hour 735 mile range
  • 2100 RPM 9.5 knots 7.2 gallons per hour 791 mile range
  • 2000 RPM 9.2 knots 5.8 gallons per hour 951 mile range
  • 1900 RPM 9.0 knots 5.2 gallons per hour 1038 mile range
  • 1800 RPM 8.6 knots 4.4 gallons per hour 1172 mile range
  • 1700 RPM 8.2 knots 3.6 gallons per hour 1366 mile range
  • 1600 RPM 7.9 knots 3.3 gallons per hour 1436 mile range
  • These estimates cannot be guaranteed due to load factors and sea conditions
  • 1850 RPM is the suggested cruising rpm 

 



Exterior

Solid hand laid laminated fiberglass hull construction with an estimated thickness of over an inch thick below the waterline. The simulated carvel planking or grooved hull sides were intended to give the fiberglass hulls the appearance of their mahogany predecessors. The construction is all fiberglass including the house, superstructure and decks with teak planking overlay.

  • Gel coated fiberglass exterior
  • Hand laid fiberglass
  • Extended teak swim platform
  • Hinged aluminum mast with spreader lights and radar antennae
  • Dinghy davit
  • Hot & cold cockpit shower
  • Gloss varnished teak handrails
  • Stainless steel stanchions
  • Aft Deck Sunshade
  • Aft Deck Cushions
  • Sunbrella canvas


Safety Features

No compromise has been made in the design and construction of a Grand Banks 42 which incorporates the well thought-out safety features to add to your cruising comfort. These features include dependable hydraulic steering with emergency capability, automatic alarms for engine oil pressure and water temperature. Even a reminder light that shows the engine room lights are on. Circuit breakers protecting all electric circuits, sea cocks on all thru fittings below the waterline, automatic bilge pumps and hand bilge pump located for quick access from the salon. All hoses below the waterline are double clamped for safety. In addition life rails and grab rails are provided all around the cabin and flybridge. Three ply laminated safety glass is used throughout. The engine room is ventilated by electric blowers; the bilge is protected from engine oil by molded fiberglass drip pans; each fuel tank is fitted with shut off valves. All thru hulls, underwater running gear, tanks and deck fills are copper bonded and connected to a single point at the engine frame.



Disclaimer
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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