Neff Yacht Sales / Used 40 foot GRAND BANKS 40 Eastbay FB Trawler - Remedy

GRAND BANKS 40 Eastbay FB

Remedy

1996 • 40' (12.19 m) • Trawler
United States

$229,000 USD

Designed by C. Raymond Hunt Associates and built to the industry's highest standards by Grand Banks, Remedy, a Grand Banks Eastbay 40, has a beautiful downeast appearance with state of the art hull form below the water line. The modified deep-V provides a cruising speed near 25 kts and a top speed of 28 kts with exceptional comfort and sea keeping behavior. The interior has the popular galley down layout, preferred island queen master, and a guest cabin.

She has been carefully maintained by her one owner since new with annual upgrades. Highlights include:

  • Twin 3208TAs, 375HP
  • Reverse cycle air conditioning and heat (new 2016)
  • New Swim Platform
  • Westerbeke 5 KW Generator
  • Painted Ferro Blue (21014)
  • Painted non-skid and superstructure (2014)
  • Cockpit teak replaced (2014)
  • New refrigerator/freezer (2017)
  • New Garmin electronics (2017)
  • New upholstery throughout in 2017
  • New inverter (2017)
  • Upgraded electrical wiring (2017)
  • Entertainment electronics including WIFI and Sonos (2017)
  • New pedestal chairs on flybridge (2017)

Remedy has just been launched for the 2020 cruising season and is currently located in South Freeport, Maine

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Vessel Information

Builder: GRAND BANKS
Model: 40 Eastbay FB
Model Year: 1996
Type: MotorBoat
Category: Trawler
Condition: Used

LOA: 40' (12.19 m)
Beam Feet: 14' (4.39 m)
Draft Feet: 0' (0.00 m)
Engine Info: 375 HP, Twin, Inboard, Diesel, Caterpillar
Staterooms: 2

Location: South Freeport, Maine United States
City: South Freeport
Country: United States

Overview

Electronics

  • Depthsounder - Garim depth and speed
  • Autopilot - Garmin
  • GPS - Garmin 15
  • VHF - Icom IC-M506 w/ remote mic

Inside Equipment

  • Battery charger - Blue Seas P12 7520 Battery Charger with remote at lower helm
  • Air conditioning - Two Marine Air reverse cycle units air conditioning and heat (16K BTU)
  • Heating
  • Hot water - Seaward Electric/Heat exchanger
  • Oven - Princess 3-burner propane stove-top
  • Microwave oven - Sharp Carousel microwave/convection oven
  • Marine head - fresh water Vacuflush
  • Refrigerator - Coolmatic Refrigerator with a small freezer
  • Deep freezer - Optional Adler Barber cold plate top loading freezer in forward outboard corner

Electrical Equipment

  • Shore power inlet - Marinco 50AMP Shore Power cord
  • Generator - Westerbeke 5KW Generator
  • Inverter - Magnum Energy inverter/charger with remote at lower helm

Outside Equipment/Extras

  • Swimming ladder - Teak swim platform and ladder
  • Cockpit shower
  • Davits - Dinghy Davits on swim platform
  • Liferaft - Mercury Inflatable 9 HP Outboard

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