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Isabell
1991 | 36' Grand Banks Classic Trawler for Sale

1991 Grand Banks

36' (11.23m) Classic - Isabell

Perfect candidate for doing the Great Loop or cruising Bahamas!


Vessel ID# 2790708      Last Updated: 2022-10-08 10:03:13

$ 200,000 USD

€ 190,538 Euros
€ 271,768 CAD

Description

Fresh out of the yard with new bottom paint and pristine clean from stem to stern, Isabell is a boat for someone who wants to enjoy boating without the headaches of initial repairs. She gleams from a history of diligent owners, including the current one, offering classic styling without the wear and tear. Isabell’s decks are fiberglass and fuel tanks are aluminum. Her AGM batteries are only a few months old, and her 5kw generator only has about 1470 hours on it. Her interior and exterior teak are in showroom condition, and she comes fully equipped with fenders, lines, full canvas covers, and a 2010 dinghy with newer outboard.    Loop compatible with a bridge clearance of as little as just over 13 feet with her mast down, her current owners have enjoyed her from Canada to the Keys over the last 7 years but life is now taking them back to land. Whether you’re doing The Great Loop or cruising to the Bahamas, she’s ready for you and your dreams of adventure!


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Data Sheet

LOA: 36' 10" (11.23 Meters)

Type: Power - Used

Year: 1991

Beam: 12' 8"

Bridge Clearance: 13' 1"

Draft Max: 4' "

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 2

Sleeps: 5

Single Berths: 1

Double Berths: 1

Heads: 2

Maximum Speed: 11 Knots

Cruise Speed: 8 Knots

Range NMI: 1000

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 400 Gallons (1514.16 Liters)

Fresh Water: 153 Gallons (579.17 Liters)

Holding Tank: 40 Gallons (151.42 Liters)

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36’ Grand Banks Accommodations

Full beam primary stateroom with two beds and full ensuite head with enclosed shower

           Double berth on starboard, single on port

Private companionway in primary stateroom to aft deck

Comfortable forward cabin with split V and full head

Cook’s galley with lots of storage

Three reverse cycle marine air conditioners (12,000/6,000/6,000 BTU)

           Salon & primary stateroom new in 2010, forward new in 2012

Newer ultraleather Brisa salon upholstery

36’ Grand Banks Electrical and Plumbing

Northern Lights 5 kW generator in sound shield, w/ 1470 hours new 2010

Shore power connection both fore and aft

Newer 50 amp power cord plus 30 amp splitter

Six AGM Batteries, new in 3/2022

Digital voltmeters for each battery

Newer brow-mounted headlight

Spreader lights

Bonding system

USB ports and 12v readout units at both aft cabin berths

Overhead lighting and directional brass berth lights

Copious 110V outlets in all cabins

12V Outlets

Upgraded fresh-water toilets

Sanitation hoses new 9/2017

110V water heater with main engine alternate sourcing

Pentair fresh water pump with Jabsco accumulator and filter (new 2014)

36’ Grand Banks Electronics and Entertainment

Standard Explorer VHF in pilothouse (new 2014)

Shakespeare 2025 antenna

VHF Ram at flybridge (full function remote)

(2) Digital depth finders

Raymarine autopilot both helms, upper has remote

Garmin 4212 (Flybridge) and 4208 in Pilothouse

GPS/chart plotters w/24-mile radar, sonar, and XM weather (new 2010)

AM/FM/Bluetooth stereo at both helms

Flat-panel TV w/DVD player and inverter

Weems & Plath clock and barometer

36’ Grand Banks Galley

Port side “galley up” with full length windows

Newer Force 10 3-burner stove and oven (2010)

New Frigoboat twin-compressor, water cooled, refrigeration/freezer system with dual compartments

Covered double sink

Exhaust blower vent over stove

Hide-a-way garbage bin with teak front

Custom overhead drop-down dish lockers

Custom slide-out cutting board

Under counter drawers and lockers

Separate inverter-powered icemaker

36’ Grand Banks Engine Room and Bilge

Twin Ford Lehman 135 hp diesel engines, well maintained with apx 5200 hours

3.2 gph (2 X 1.6) @ 1800 rpm @ 8.2 knots

New Sound Down engine mounts (soft) 2010

Borg Warner transmissions

(2) Racor 500FG remote fuel filters with vacuum gauges

New heat exchanger starboard, 2014

New exhaust manifold, port, 2014

Racor 200FG remote fuel filter for generator

Oil change pumps for main engines

Engine room soundproofing (new 2010)

Flexible couplings on main engines (new 2010)

Automatic fire suppression system

Newer stainless steel exhaust elbows

Fuel tank sight gauges

Fresh water outlet in engine room

(2) Engine room blowers

Mechanical steering

PAR manual bilge pump

Flow gauges on engine Racors

Racor fuel filters for engines and generator

(2) Rule automatic bilge pumps (2000 gph)

High water alarm

1-1/2” prop shafts

36’ Grand Banks Hull and Deck equipment

Bottom paint 7/2022

Side Power SE80 dual prop bow thruster

Bronze 3-blade props (26 x 20)

Saltwater anchor wash down on the bow

Mounter Manson Supreme 35# anchor plus spare Delta

Newer 150' chain anchor rode

Teak anchor pulpit with twin rollers

Lofrans Tigres electric windlass accommodates dual anchors (overhauled 2021)

Teak decks removed in 2010, replaced with FRP/non-skid

Spacious side decks with safety rail

Oversized teak swim platform with stainless steel ladder

Boarding gates port, starboard, and aft

Textilene window sunshades

Full canvas covers, even for teak transom

36’ Grand Banks Tender

2010 AB 9VS RIB with cover

Custom lifting cable

2017 Honda 6 hp outboard

36’ Grand Banks Exclusions

Holding tank monitor indicates level, but red light stays on

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.

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Lehman
  • Engine Model: SP135
  • Engine Year: 1991
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 135.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 5200.00
Engine 2
  • Engine Make: Lehman
  • Engine Model: SP135
  • Engine Year: 1991
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 135.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 5200.00

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For more information about this yacht please contact Curtis Stokes and Associates, Inc.
We look forward to working with you!

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Barbara Burke

Barbara Burke

Yacht Broker

Fort Lauderdale, FL
Direct: 1-904-310-5110
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Office: 1-954-684-0218
Email: barbara@curtisstokes.net

Barbara is based in Jacksonville, FL and concentrates on yacht sales and marketing for the firm from South Carolina to the Space Coast area of Florida.

Beginning in her teen years in Atlanta, Barbara was power boating and water skiing before taking up sailing in college, the result of a weekend seminar she took through the Yale Sailing Club. By 29, Barbara was “hooked” as a boat owner herself (her first vessel being a 25-foot Pearson, which she enjoyed on Lake Lanier).

Having chartered extensively throughout the Caribbean and sailed the southeast coastal waters of the U.S., she is comfortable on just about any size vessel. And because she believes that “good crew brings good food”, she is readily welcomed aboard.

Barbara is a leader in the Jacksonville boating community, and has held numerous board positions for North Florida Cruising Club, including Commodore. She is past Secretary of Jacksonville Sail and Power Squadron and a member of both MTOA and AGLCA. As a past Rotarian and past volunteer for Treat The Troops and Samoyed Rescue, she definitely gives back to her community. Barbara is a member of American Mensa and a graduate of the Chamber of Commerce Leadership Academy.

With more than three decades experience in the real estate profession, she is skilled in negotiations and the detail oriented nature of yacht transactions. When she isn’t helping clients with their nautical needs, she is an avid boater herself and loves what she calls White Knuckle Sailing, with winds resulting in small craft warnings.

Reach Barbara by phone at (904) 310-5110 or by e-mail: barbara@curtisstokes.net.

See a magazine article about Barbara: Magazine Article

Curtis Stokes & Associates

Curtis Stokes & Associates

Fort Lauderdale, FL
Phone: 1-954-684-0218
Toll Free: 1-855-266-5676
Fax: 1-954-807-1445
Email: info@curtisstokes.net
Website: https://www.curtisstokes.net

Curtis Stokes & Associates are headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The Fort Lauderdale office is run by president and yacht broker Curtis Stokes, a long time resident of Fort Lauderdale and a well known broker for many years in the South Florida area.

Fort Lauderdale is on the southeastern coast close to the Florida Keys, Bahamas and the Caribbean. Fort Lauderdale is known as a crossroads of yachting and is home to 165 miles of water ways and many marinas providing ample dockage for yachts. The Fort Lauderdale Boat Show every fall is the world’s largest attracting a world wide clientele.



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