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Grand Banks 46 'Old Crow'

Name:

“Old Crow”

Mfgr/Builder:

American Marine/Grand Banks

Model:

Grand Alaskan 46 Trawler, Wood

Designer:

Art DeFever

Type:

Exclusive (avail for co-brokerage)

LOA:

46'

Beam:

14.33 ft

Displ:

40,000 lbs

Year:

1969

Twin Engines

 

Engine(s):

General Motors Diesels

Engine Mfg:

GMC Daytona 600-D FWC

Engine Model:

V8

Hours:

4284

Total Power:

440

Cruising Speed:

9K @1700

Max Speed:

10.5K

Tanks

 

Fuel tanks:

Iron

Fuel:

600 gallons

Fresh Water:

405 gallons

Holding:

50 gallons

Location:

Seattle

Asking price:

$157,500

Salesman

Barbara Lippert
email: Barbara Lippert
ph: 206.223.3624

 

Description:

Old Crow is an example of one of the nicest Grand Banks built. The spacious salon and galley as part of the salon, built-in settee and Dickenson diesel fireplace, make a cozy and inviting area. Up a few steps to the pilothouse boasts a roomy day berth and settee with excellent visibility for piloting. A convenient side door from the galley to starboard makes for easy access to the exterior walk-around decks, and down just a few steps to the master and guest staterooms.

Current owner is the third owner and has maintained the same attention to detail in maintenance and cosmetics to keep "Old Crow" a perfect coastal cruiser and or live aboard.

Accommodations

A raised pilothouse design featuring two staterooms forward w/ heads, a large salon/galley aft, raised pilothouse w/ port-starboard entry doors, wide side decks w/ overhangs, Portuguese bridge, and teak decks throughout.

Galley Equipment

• Princess 3-burner electric stove/oven
• Refrigeration -12V compressor/cold plate
• Sharp Carousel microwave
• Large counter space w/ drawers
• Overhead lockers-cabinets
• U-Line ice maker in lazarette

Electronics and Navigation Gear

• Simrad/Anritsu RF712A 48 mile radar
• Standard Horizon 155C chart plotter
• ICOM IC-M100 VHF
• Interphase Probe forward scan D.F.
• Chart drawer and pull-out shelf for ease of chart reading in pilothouse
• Bendix autopilot
• Si-Tex color max 11 chart plotter
• Polaris HA440 loud hailer
• 5" Danforth Express compass
• Azimuth 1000 compass
• C&C rudder angle indicator
• Analog wind speed indicator
• Sony sound system & Sony CD (10 disc) player
• Sharp flat panel TV

Electrical System

• 2012: 4 new Dyno (wet cell) batteries. (6v in series to 12v)
• Two Rolls 8D's starting batteries
• Onan 6.5KW generator - 1610 hours
• 12V/110V Paneltronics electrical panels
• Two Professional Mariner Zinc Savers
• Heart Interface Link 2000 monitor
• 2500 watt inverter - bench tested 2014

Deck and Hull Equipment

The hull was "bare wooded", re-cottoned, and some planks replaced.
The bottom was "bare wooded", red leaded, and black painted.
The thru hulls have been rebuilt.
Exterior teak decks re-caulked as needed and Cetol'd.
All pumps/heads/hoses maintained/replaced as necessary.

• Muir Cheetah windlass
• 60# CQR anchor 280' 3/8"chain-3/4"rode
• Danforth spare anchor
• Davit w/4500# winch
• Teak swimboard/bow anchor plank
• Gig Harbor 9' 6' rowing dinghy (No OB)
• Dickinson Antarctic diesel heater
• Red Dot cabin heat
• Fireboy 258MA Halon 1301 system
• Smoke-fire/CO detection monitors
• 2013: Fireboy Halon and smoke detectors certified
• Safety gear
• Fenders-lines
• Transom has been rebuilt and the addition of a new extended swim step added
• Aft deck - full cockpit enclosure
• Shadow screens for side door
• November 2014: Fiberglass replaced on top of wheelhouse. Awl grip paint with non-skid in grey field and white trim. Larger drains added and glassed in. (replaced small copper drains).
• Wheelhouse/interior: Added two custom handrails and new dome light.

Other:

Raw water pumps (Port RW pump rebuilt with new seals)
Transmissions/gears

• Racor R12P/R26P diesel fuel/water separators
• Balmar 100 amp alternators
• Balmar 1ARS-4 alternator charge regulators
• 28" X 28" 5-blade props
• 2" stainless shafts
• Borg Warner Velvet drives, 2.91:1 ratio
• Pyrometers

2012: Boat was hauled and the bottom painted by Jensen Marine, Seattle. Vessel always fresh water moored. Dove routinely and zincs changed as needed. Has had professional routine preventative maintenance.

June 2014: Bottom dove and cleaned to water line. Zincs changed. bottom inspected, in good condition.

Additional: An exceptional addition to OLD CROW is the custom full boat canvas! From bow to stern, caramel colored canvas with Eisenglass panels at strategic points that allow for light and 'windows' while onboard when full canvas is on. The Spar that supports the canvas on the bow area was also a custom feature that is a piece of art in itself. The cost of $10,000 was invested in this canvas package that keeps this classic Grand Banks protected from the winter elements.

Exclusions: Galley equipment, bedding/linens, owner's tools

Moored: Seattle, WA
Asking: $157,500
Listing Agent: Barbara Lippert