UPGRADES & IMPROVEMENTS:
- 2019 sanded and refinished all of the teak decks; recaulked seams as well.
- 2019 Yacht Thruster 24V stern thruster added with dedicated batteries and AC charger.
- 2019 water tanks removed, cleaned, and repainted; the entire space below the rear deck was cleaned and repainted as well.
- 2018 Reawlgripped hull topsides on starboard side, Awlgripped superstructure and trunk cabin, and window frames; Port topsides were Awlgripped in 2000.
- 2018 all exterior teak trim replaced with new (except caprails) and finished in Cetol, 5 coats. Teak hatches, transom and doors were finished in varnish.
- 2018 some windows replaced as needed and all S/S window tracks replaced.
- 2018 200’ 3/8” chain.
- 2018 bimini hardware replaced.
- 2012 custom cushions and curtains made by Bristol Cushion of RI, for flybridge.
- 2008 dark blue bimini top, helm cover, privacy curtains, hatch cover, and windlass cover.
- 2000 new fiberglass diesel tanks and new fiberglass water tanks.
- 2000 new teak decks installed using epoxy glue (no screws or bungs).
- 2000 all bronze rubrails replaced with 2” S/S; all stanchions were removed and triple chrome plated.
- 2000 new bronze thru-hulls and strainers.
- 2014 new icemaker.
- Entire interior restored/customized to like new condition.
HULL & DECK:
- White hull, blue boottop.
- In 2000 old decks were removed as were all exterior wood steps; all holes were filled with epoxy.
- All new Burma teakdecking was laid in epoxy to same method as the new Grand Banks.
- 2000 entire vessel was Awlgripped.
- 2000 all new exterior lights (deck lights port and starboard, rear halogen flood lights on mast).
- 120V electric dinghy davit (not used).
Fuel: 600 gallons in two new fiberglass tanks, installed in 2000.
Water: 375 gallons in four new fiberglass tanks, installed in 2000.
Holding: 40 gallons in new poly tank, installed in 2001.
ENGINE & MECHANICAL:
- Twin Ford Lehman 120 hp, 6 cylinder diesels, FWC, with approximately 3500 original hours as reported on the hour meter.
- Borg Warner transmissions.
- Approximately 3500 hours as seen on the meters.
- 2012 24V Lewmar Bow Thruster installed by New England Bow Thruster; controls at both helms as well as wireless remote.
- 2011 Sounddown 4” polymide foam installed for engine room insulation; then covered with painted metal panels (polymide provides acoustic and thermal protection and is fire retardant).
- 1 ½” S/S shafts, 3 bladed bronze props.
- Razor cutters on shafts.
- 2013 new exhaust elbows and all hoses and pumps replaced.
- Replaced Aqualift mufflers with exhaust risers.
- Transmission coolers replaced recently.
- Raw water pumps replaced/upgraded recently.
- New water pumps.
- 2012 heat exchanger replaced on both engines.
- Automatic oil changers for engine and genset.
- Engine room bilges recently painted white.
- Engine room lights upgraded with LED fluorescent.
- 2012 cutlass bearings replaced and both shafts realigned.
- Cruising speed: 9-9/5 knots @ 1800 RPM @ 4 gph.
- Maximum speed: 10-11 knots @ 2400 RPM.
- 12V DC & 110V AC electrical systems with AC&DC circuit breaker panels.
- 2012 4-6V golf cart AGM house batteries.
- 2015 1-24V AGM battery for bow thruster.
- 2-8D AGM engine start batteries.
- 2001 - 2 Marine Air air conditioners, 16,000 BTU’s with Smart control mounted on side of icemaker cabinet.
- 2016 Raritan 12 gallon hot water heater.
- Link 2000 Smart controller; Heart 2500 inverter driven off starboard engine.
- 1995 Onan 8.0 kw diesel generator in Sound Shield with under 2900 hours as seen on the meter.
- 50 amp battery charger.
- 100 amp Balmar alternator off starboard engine.
- 2014 port engine has 70 amp alternator.
- All batteries are interconnected and can be maintained with any charger.
- 4 Aetna Digital Engine Tachs, 2003, accurate to 1RPM for engine synchronization.
- Classic Grand Banks 42 layout with new varnished tongue and grooved teak paneling in the salon, vee berths, and aft cabin, and new white tongue and grooved overheads throughout.
- The present owner has refinished all parquet cabin soles, revarnished the interior completely and in 2012, reupholstered the salon cushions navy blue with Ultrasuede cushions. New curtains have also been installed.
- Fore and aft cabin cushions have improved with thicker foam and have been reupholstered in 2012.
- The galley countertops were replaced with blue Corian, with new S/S sinks and faucets.
- Vee berths forward, storage under, hatch overhead, and ensuite forward head with Raritan electric W.C., sink and shower.
- Hanging lockers opposite the head have custom shelving installed.
- Up several steps to the main salon with lower helm to starboard with the side door to deck, a bar cabinet with recent U-Line icemaker is aft, followed by an L-shaped dinette with drop leaf teak table and two teak upholstered chairs.
- To port is the side galley with new blue Corian countertop, two S/S sinks, and a Princess three burner stove and oven.
- Under the counter is a 110V Grunert refrigerator, and further aft is a second 110V Grunert refrigerator or freezer under the entertainment center. Both refrigerator-freezers are either water or air cooled as needed. Owner reports the refrigerators are efficient and need to be run one hour in AM and one hour in PM.
- All window tracks have been replaced in 2018 and all teak trim, cabin soles, and bulkheads have been revarnished.
- Next aft and down four steps is the owner’s stateroom with a double berth to starboard with drawers under, and a wide single berth to port, also with storage under.
- The hanging locker is voluminous and has extra shelving.
- There is a companionway aft to the aft deck, and a vanity desk with additional drawers and a stool.
- The ensuite head is forward to starboard with an electric Raritan W.C., sink, and separate stall shower.
- Custom brass lighting fixtures, reading lights, and a brass trawler lamp will convey and add elegance to the attractive interior.
- Two Zone Cruise Air air conditioning-reverse cycle heat keeps the aft and main cabins comfortable.
- 2018 all teak framed mirrors were replaced.
- Attractive throw pillows convey as well.
- Both heads have y-valves to discharge overboard, and each shower has a 12V sump pump.
- 2 built-in under the counter refrigerator/freezers.
- 2001 Princess electric three burner stove & oven.
- Double S/S sinks with hot & cold pressure water.
- 2014 ULINE Icemaker on starboard side.
- 2008 Furuno 1933 Navnet color Radar with two 10” screens and Waas GPS & fishfinder with new scanner (Radar works well).
- 2001 Benmar dual control 220 Autopilot with remote (very substantial motor).
- ICOM VHF radio.
- Standard VHF radio.
- Two Ritchie compasses.
- Color TV with mast antenna.
- Clarion stereo system with separate 400w amplifier, CD changer & 6 speakers including remotes.
- 45 lb CQR anchor with new 2018 200’ 5/16” chain.
- 45 lb Plow anchor with 3/8” chain and ¾” rode.
- Standard 1500 electric windlass with automatic chain to rode, with power up & down at both stations.
- 2010 11’ Avon HBI inflatable with 2005 Yamaha 15 hp outboard.
- 120V electric dinghy davit (not presently used).
- Fenders, docklines, life jackets, flares, fire extinguishers, boat hook.
- Miscellaneous spare parts and equipment manuals.
COMMENTS: If you are looking for a 42’ Grand Banks Classic Trawler with fuel efficient engines, please inspect TRINITY. She is in exceptional condition for her vintage having the distinct advantage of knowledgeable owners. Please note her upgrades and improvements in the last 16 years – new teak decks, glued not screwed; all new tanks; Awlgripped hull and superstructure which makes her look NEW; recent canvas; new teak trim; refinished teak interior; upgraded upholstery; new headliners; new bow thruster; new plumbing, pumps, etc. Her Ford Lehman 120 hp diesels have approximately 3500 hours. These engines are known to go 10,000 hours if serviced properly. They allow 9 knot cruising speeds and have been maintained annually by Mike Ramos of East Coast Industrial in Gloucester, MA (Mike was service manager at Northeast Ford in Ipswich, MA, who were the Ford Lehman dealer in New England). Please call us to inspect this very impressive Grand Banks 42, 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.