A modern classic, the Grand Banks 32 is one of the most popular small trawler designs ever produced.
Powered by a Ford Lehman 6-cylinder diesel, the vessels have been reported by owners to cruise long hours at 7.5 knots, and posses a range of 500 miles.
A full-length skeg protects the underwater gear, and hard chines help to stabilize the ride.
Below, with a practical cabin layout, ample storage , and good visibility from the lower helm,
Grand Banks 32 s are dependable and seaworthy small cruisers with immense eye appeal.
Entering the salon from the cockpit you’ll find an L-shaped settee to starboard and the yacht table in center that can convert into a berth. Opposite to port is a long straight settee. Forward to port is the galley with stainless sink, Magic Chef propane stove and oven. The helm is on starboard and includes an upholstered seat with more storage below .
Down the steps forward is the master stateroom with a large V-berth, a huge hanging locker/ wardrobe and access to the head. It includes an shower, sink, mirror and Vacuflush toilet.
Having such a great layout, the Grand Banks 32 will always be popular with young and old boaters. The large cockpit is the hub that affords easy access into the salon, up to the flybridge, to the swim step or to the bow.
The large flybridge has a Bimini top for shade, back to back seating with storage below and a helm that offers great visibility.
05/2014 New 4-6V Golf Cart Batteries
04/2014 Replaced Heat Exchanger on Lehman 120
05/2008 Installed Heart Model 10 Inverter
with Link 1000 controller/monitor
House Bank and starting Bank are separate
when discharging and combined when charging
with Blue Seas 7606 ACR (Automatic Charging Relay)
05/2001 Dual Racor 75/500 FGX/Max Fuel Filters Installed with WalBro Marine
Electric Fuel Pump with manual switch.
02/2001 Installed Ideal Windlass Model CWM 350 LB Capacity
with foot switches at Bow and toggle switch at lower
steering station. 300 feet of 5/16 Hi-tinsel chain.
03/2003 Insulated entire outside of stainless steel ice box with 2-part
commercial insulation. Sprayed in as liquid foam through access holes
on both sides of icebox. Door was insulated with same foam.
10/1999 Replaced Fuel lift pump on Lehman 120 engine.
07/1998 Refrigerator compressor replaced with Nova Cool.
SS condensing unit was installed in SS icebox with copper
lines to compressor soldered. This unit has been running 24/7
for 18 years and still freezes everything in box if turned too far down.
Work done by Thor Faber.
05/1998 Installed Sealand Vacuflush toilet with 28 Gal Holding tank.
03/1998 Installed ComNav 1420 Auto Pilot with control at upper and lower stations.
Uses BenMar drive unit with clutch disconnects at both stations.
06/1997 Replaced original exhaust system with new water lift exhaust system.
My work was supervised by Gary Prestegard.
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