1997 Grand Banks
49' (14.94m) 49 Classic - Lasata
1997 49' Grand Banks Classic in nice condition. Twin Lugger main engines, Northern Lights generator, Mastervolt 2500 watt inverter/charger, Garmin electronics, Wesmar stabilizers, Side-Power bow and stern thrusters, 3 stateroom 2 head layout. Great Loop capable.
- Deltaville Virginia United States
- 49 Classic
- Fiberglass Hull
Lasata is an American Indian name for place of peace. This Lasata is a 1997 49' Grand Banks Classic in nice condition. She offers twin Lugger 460 HP main engines, Northern Lights 20 kW generator, Mastervolt 2500 watt inverter/charger, Garmin electronics, Wesmar stabilizers, Side-Power bow and stern thrusters and a 3 stateroom 2 head layout. Lasata is Great Loop capable.
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LOA: 49' " (14.94 Meters)
Type: Power - Used
Beam: 15' 5"
Bridge Clearance: 16' "
Draft Max: 5' 1"
Draft Min: 5' 1"
Double Berths: 1
Queen Berths: 1
King Berths: 1
Maximum Speed: 16 Knots
Cruise Speed: 9 Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 1000 Gallons (3785.41 Liters)
Fresh Water: 360 Gallons (1362.75 Liters)
Holding Tank: 66 Gallons (249.84 Liters)
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49' Grand Banks Vessel Walkthrough
From the teak swimplatform, you enter the aftdeck via the transom gate and walk forward on either side deck. On the port side, you can step up two steps to the trunk cabin and flybridge. Walk further forward on either side and enter the salon via one of the side deck access doors. Entering the salon via the port side deck door, you will find the entertainment center and benchseat port aft, master stateroom companionway aft, wrap-around seating and a teak table starboard aft, ice maker cabinet and side door to starboard, lower helm starboard forward and galley port forward. Walk forward and step down to find the guest head with a tub/shower to starboard, a guest stateroom to port and a guest stateroom forward.
The headroom in the salon is 6'8", 6'10" in the forward guest stateroom, 6'5" in the port guest stateroom, 6'3" in the guest shower, 6'2" in the engine room, 7' in the master stateroom, 6'7" in the master stateroom shower and 6'11" on the flybridge. The master stateroom berth is 6'6" long, the forward guest stateroom berth is 6'5" long and the port guest stateroom berth is 6'5" long.
The height from the waterline to the top of the bimini is 18'6" and the height to the top of the flybridge windscreen is 16'.
49' Grand Banks Accommodations
Lasata offers a full beam master stateroom aft with a centerline king size berth and ensuite head with a separate shower; a guest stateroom forward with an island queen size berth and a port guest stateroom with a double size berth. The guest head with tub/shower is to starboard across from the port guest stateroom.
49' Grand Banks Salon
The salon offers side deck access doors on each side, TV and benchseat port aft, wrap-around seating and a folding table with two chairs starboard aft, desk to starboard, opening side windows and aft windows with blinds, reading lights, Teak & holly sole, LED soffit lights, book shelf and engine room access.
49' Grand Banks Galley
The galley is port forward in the salon.
- Princess Ceran 3-burner cooktop
- Sea Frost cold-plate refrigerator and freezer
- Sharp Carousel convection/microwave oven
- Double stainless steel sinks
- Spice rack
- Storage cabinets and drawers
- Seagull IV filtered water faucet
- U-Line icemaker in the salon
- Wine cooler in the master stateroom
- Pantry in the forward guest companionway
- Magma stainless steel BBQ grill on the trunk cabin
49' Grand Banks Dining
Dining space is available at the salon table and at the flybridge table.
49' Grand Banks Master Stateroom
The full beam master stateroom aft offers a centerline king size berth, teak & holly sole, hatch to the aftdeck, reading lights, nightstands, Toshiba flat screen TV, vanity/desk port aft, opening side windows and fixed aft windows with shades, Walk-in closet starboard forward, book shelf, storage cabinets and a separate head and shower.
49' Grand Banks Forward Guest Stateroom
The forward guest stateroom offers an island queen size berth, anchor chain locker access, reading lights, opening side windows with shades, overhead hatch with a screen, storage cabinets and drawers, 2 hanging lockers, teak & holly sole and a full length mirror.
The guest head with a tub/shower is to starboard aft of this stateroom and across from the port guest stateroom.
49' Grand Banks Port Guest Stateroom
The port guest stateroom offers a double size berth, hanging locker, storage drawers, book shelf, 3/4 mirror, benchseat, teak & holly sole, reading light and an overhead hatch with a screen.
The guest head with a tub/shower is to starboard across from this stateroom.
49' Grand Banks Lower Helm
The lower helm is starboard forward in the salon and offers Garmin electronics as listed in the electronics section, bow and stern thruster controls, electronic engine controls, anchor windlass control, anchor rode counter, search light control, Grand Banks alarm panel, stabilizer controls and trim tabs control.
49' Grand Banks Flybridge
The flybridge offers a bimini, 3-sided Eisenglass enclosure, teak deck, electronics as listed in the electronics section, Lebroc helm and mate seats, benchseat with storage facing aft on each side, L-shaped seating with a teak table starboard aft, storage under the console and a hinged mast base.
49' Grand Banks Trunk Cabin
The trunk cabin offers a large storage box, teak steps on the port side to the main deck and flybridge and a Magma stainless steel BBQ grill.
49' Grand Banks Aftdeck
The aftdeck offers a boarding gate aft, benchseat, lazarette access and a fresh water hot/cold shower.
49' Grand Banks Audio/Visual Equipment
- Toshiba flat screen TV in the salon and master stateroom
- Fusion stereo in the salon
- Fusion MS-NRX300 stereo remote control on the flybridge
- Pioneer interior speakers
- Sony exterior speakers
49' Grand Banks Electronics
- Garmin Fantom 54 4' array Radar
- Garmin GPSmap 7616 multi-function display on the flybridge
- Garmin GPSmap xsv 7612 multi-function display on the flybridge
- 2 X Garmin GPSmap 124g multi-function displays at the lower helm
- Garmin GPSmap 741xs multi-function display at the lower helm
- Garmin 6000 autopilot on the flybridge and at the lower helm
- Garmin VHF at the lower helm
- Icom IC-M504 VHF on the flybridge
- Danforth Constellation magnetic compass at the lower helm
- Ritchie Powerdamp magnetic compass on the flybridge
- Rogue Wave Pro DB wifi signal booster
- Sirius XM weather service on all MFD's
- Garmin wireless camera aft
- Weems & Plath clock and barometer in the salon
49' Grand Banks Electrical System
- Northern Lights 283PS-1517 20 kW generator with approximately 2,842 hours
- Mastervolt Mass-Combi 12-2500-100 2500 watt inverter/charger
- Yacht Corrossion Consultants Inc. Zinc Saver II galvanic isolator
- Charles 50 amp battery charger
- Sentry 30 amp battery charger
- Leece-Neville 150 amp alternator
- Glendinning Cablemaster shore power cord system with a remote control
- 2 X 50 amp shore power cords
- Shore power cord connections fore and aft
- 110 vac and 12 vdc outlets on the flybridge
- LED lighting throughout vessel
49' Grand Banks Engine/Mechanical Equipment
- Twin Lugger (Kumatsu) L6125A/HE 460 HP main engines with approximately 3,234 hours (Port engine rebuilt at 3,015 hours due to a stabilizer repair causing damage to it)
- Walker Airseps
- ZF IRM 310PL gearboxes
- Kobelt electronic engine controls
- VDO gauges
- Dual Racor 751000MAX fuel filters and vacuum gauge for each main engine
- Groco oil change system
- Side-Power bow and stern thrusters with a wireless remote control
- Wesmar stabilizer system with a remote CPS1000 controller at the upper helm
- Bennet trim tabs
- Dometic/Marine Air Systems reverse cycle air conditioning/heating system (4 units)
- Seaward stainless steel 18 gallon water heater
- 260 gallon water tank dedicated to the two heads for flushing
- Groco Senior fresh water system pump
- Vacuflush heads
- Dometic holding tank vent filters
- Dometic holding tank level gauges
- Workbench, sink and storage cabinets in the engine room
- Toolbox with assorted tools in the lazarette
49' Grand Banks Deck Equipment
- Ideal anchor windlass with foot controls and a remote control at both helms
- Ultra stainless steel 77 LB anchor
- Fortress FX-55 anchor
- 250' 3/8" anchor chain
- Double stainless steel anchor rollers
- Maxwell anchor rode counter at each helm
- Stainless steel rails forward and teak cap rails on stainless steel stanchions on teak toe rails on each side and aft with rail covers
- Teak decks
- Foredeck benchseat with storage
- Windshield and window covers
- Boarding gate on each side and aft
- Stainless steel & teak swimplatform ladder and swim ladder
- Teak swimplatform
- Glendinning water hose system with dock water connection
- Boom in offsite storage
49' Grand Banks Tender
- Rigid Boat 2015 11'10" center console tender with a VHF, Fusion stereo, battery charger and bimini
- Evinrude 2015 ECM. DFI 30 HP outboard
- Nick Jackson 1,200 LB transom davit system
49' Grand Banks Safety and Fire Protection
- Sea-Fire HFC-227ea engine room fire suppression system
- Fire extinguishers
- First Alert smoke and carbon monoxide detectors
- Xintex Marine carbon monoxide detector
- Edson manual bilge pump
- Rule bilge pumps
- Siren Marine monitoring system
- Lifesling2 overboard recovery system
- ACR searchlight
49' Grand Banks Exclusions
- Sellers' personal belongings
- Salon pillows
- Magma galley cookware
- Ring security camera
- Handheld VHF
- Yeti cooler on the flybridge
- Liferaft out of date as of Spring 2022 but included
49' Grand Banks 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.
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
- Engine Make: Lugger
- Engine Model: L6125A/HE
- Engine Year:
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 460.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 3222.00
- Engine Make: Lugger
- Engine Model: L6125A/HE
- Engine Year:
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 460.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 3234.00
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