SEA GLASS is a superb example of a “Woodie” Grand Banks 32. Please review the full description of this listing to see all the improvements this owner and her last have done to make her an excellent, handsome family cruiser. Please call us to inspect this iconic trawler, and thank you for your interest.
Annie Gray is a longstanding YBAA member, offering 44 years of experience in assisting clients in the purchase or sale of high quality yachts of distinction.
Please call Annie at 207-363-7997 or on her cell at 603-498-3450.
HULL & DECK:
Carvel Lauan planking on yacal sawn frames.
Teak planked transom, varnished.
Hull topsides are off-white with navy blue boot stripe.
2010 Hull topsides and exterior bulwarks were stripped to bare wood, any rot repaired, and repainted.
2010 New bronze rubrails.
2003 Inside cockpit coamings and transom coamings replaced.
Fly bridge deck is painted fiberglass over plywood.
2016 Entire side and forward decks removed, frames replaced as needed, new double layer ½ in marine plywood decks installed, glassed over with West System and painted.
Teak swim platform with swim ladder and teak exterior trim finished in varnish.
Cockpit sub-plywood has been replaced, and covered with replacement teak, which has been glued, not screwed down.
Sliding windows in salon need to be redone; they have been sealed annually to prevent from getting worse; some delamination below the windows.
Fuel: 104 gallons in 2 new 2010 tanks.
Water: 135 gallons in 1-110 gallon S/S tank and 1 25 gallon poly tank.
Holding: 25 gallons in poly tank with y-valve to direct discharge or holding tank.
ENGINE & MECHANICAL:
Single Ford Lehman 120 HP diesel, 6 cylinder, FWC, with 5,080 reported hours (meter shows 2400).
Space for additional water tankage if desired.
Larger 150 amp alternator installed, 2006.
Approximately 5080 engine hours (meter reports 2400); American Diesel reports the Ford Lehman 120 hp diesel has a history of running more than 15,000-20,000 hours if maintained properly.
Velvet drive 2:1 reduction gear.
Racor 500 fuel filter with pressure gauge.
Stainless engine pan.
2001 Cutlass bearing replaced.
2000 Engine valves adjusted.
Morse engine controls.
Dual station mechanical wheel steering - cable to quadrant.
Wilcox engine room blower.
24 x 18 LH 3 blade prop.
1.5" S/S shaft.
Rudder post bracket replaced within last 15 years.
2002 Fuel injectors bench tested.
Flybridge rewired for electronics.
2006 Exhaust replaced with S/S elbow.
2008 Raw water pump on main engine replaced by Billings Diesel & Marine.
2007 Drive damper on transmission replaced by Billings Diesel & Marine.
2006 6 gallon hot water heater, 110V and engine driven.
Recent electric sump pump for shower drain.
Two 12V electric bilge pumps.
West Marine high water alarm.
Shur-Flo 12V fresh water pressure pump.
12V DC and 110V AC electrical systems.
2015 Four 6V in-series golf-cart house batteries, totaling 450 amp hours.
2015 12V engine starting battery.
2007 DC circuit breaker panel and much wiring replaced.
2001 1500 Watt Heart inverter/charger.
2001 AC circuit breaker panel and wiring replaced.
2006 High output 150 amp alternator.
1998 Zinc Saver galvanic isolator on 110V system.
2007 Smart regulator and battery combiner.
1999 Ammeter replaced.
2002 Xantrex Link 1000 battery monitor system.
Sleeps 5-6 in an elegant varnished teak interior.
Chain locker at forepeak
Forward cabin with vee berth and filler piece; vee berths have been widened 4" at the shoulders for more comfortable sleeping; 5" mattress for forward berth.
Forward cabin storage: drawers under berths, bookcase forward, hanging locker aft to port.
Overhead hatch in forward cabin for light and ventilation.
Reading lamps added within last 15 years to forward cabin.
Enclosed head to starboard with new 2014 Raritan electric/manual combo MSD.
Y-valve, holding tank & deck pump-out.
Head includes a sink, shower, and storage in several lockers.
Forward cabin sole is covered with grey carpet.
Main salon is bright with large sliding windows.
Lower helm is to starboard and galley is up and to port.
Single settee to port with a backrest that flips up to create 2 bunks.
L-shaped settee is to starboard with a table that lowers to convert to a double berth.
Storage is below each settee.
2014 new cushion covers & curtains.
2014 new cabin darkening shades in salon.
Varnished teak parquet sole.
Teak liquor cabinet, several drawers, and a bookshelf.
Laminate overhead liners installed within last 15 years.
4-burner Magic Chef propane stove and oven.
2008 20 lb S/S propane tank.
Nova Kook 12V refrigerator.
Sink with hot & cold pressure fresh water.
Bendix 14 autopilot, not currently functioning.
2014 Furuno 1623 radar, mounted on mast on forward face of flybridge.
1997 Apelco 265 fishfinder at upper helm.
Standard Horizon VHF on flybridge with lower helm Ram Mic and intercom.
Ritchie binnacle compass at lower helm.
Saturn compass on flybridge.
1998 Standard digital depthsounder at upper helm.
Stereo with Bose speakers.
Shore power cord.
New within last 15 years: painted spruce mast with mast wiring, mast lights, bronze mast step, mast hinged on tabernacle, spruce boom.
2017 Electric Powerwinch windlass.
22lb Danforth anchor with 3/8" chain lead and 250' nylon rode.
2018 12V dual mounted air horn.
2001 12V saltwater washdown.
Bronze seacocks and ball valves.
1998 Navy blue bimini, flybridge cover, and privacy curtains.
Ensign & staff.
2 teak grate cockpit tables.
Hot & cold cockpit shower.
Screens for companionway door and forward hatch; 2 screens for 2 sliding salon windows.
Aft cockpit Bimini with all stainless parts (frame, supports, etc.), needs fittings for rail.
1 electric windshield wiper.
Dishes/cookware/galley and dinner ware, etc.
Barometer and clock.
Vessel's name reserved.
August 1997 - replaced forward salon window, port side, also 6"x36" plywood section underneath.
January 1998 new galley faucet set, new galley sink.
January 1998, replaced shore power cable with ground from port side outlet to AC panel with galvanic isolator and ground buss bar.
March 1998, new Y-valve.
June 1998, installed second bilge pump with high water alarm, replaced 2 sections (3'x5') of top plank-starboard side midship and aft, replaced 30" section of plank under raw water intake.
August 1998, replaced 9 gallon holding tank with 25 gallon tank, replaced salon seat cushions, stripped and painted hull from toerail to keel.
April/May 1998 - removed salon windows on starboard side and aft side, replaced 8'x8" plywood section above windows, replaced cracked forward slider and aft facing windows, replaced window channels, replaced fixed glass window in head, stripped, epoxied and painted house exterior including flybridge exterior, replaced rudder post bracket.
March 1999 - installed Ferris battery link.
May 2000 - replaced 9' section of starboard garboard, reefed and recalled port garboard joint, replaced plywood sub-transom around exhaust pipe, replaced macerator pump.
1997-2001 - replaced cabin lights forward in forward cabin and head.
2017 Replaced windlass.
2018 Replaced macerator pump.
2016 Replaced head with electric/manual head.
2017 Replaced forward cabin headliner and sides.
May 2001 replaced cutlass bearing.
June 2001 - replaced fuel lift pump and fittings and lines into and out of the pump.
October 2001, installed salt water wash down.
Date unknown - Cockpit sub-plywood has been replaced, and covered with replacement teak, which has been glued (not screwed) down.
2016 Side and forward decks removed, frames replaced as needed, new double layer ½ in marine plywood decks installed, glassed over with West System and painted.
COMMENTS: SEA GLASS is a superb example of a “Woodie” Grand Banks 32. Please review the full description of this listing to see all the improvements this owner and her last have done to make her an excellent, handsome family cruiser. Please call us to inspect this iconic trawler, and thank you for your interest.
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.