Neff Yacht Sales / Used 47 foot GRAND BANKS  Motor Yacht - Grand Adventure

GRAND BANKS

Grand Adventure

2010 • 47' (14.33 m) • Motor Yacht
United States

$798,000 USD

Grand Adventure is a 2010 Grand Banks Heritage EU 47 (Hull #47-0086 - GB made 101 of them, not all of them Heritage) that has had extensive upgrades since the current owners purchased her in July 2018. They purposefully and thoughtfully outfitted her for going to Alaska in comfort, safety, and with ease. After having accomplished this dream, they are upgrading to another Grand Banks, having proven themselves on this fantastic Heritage EU 47.

Featuring twin 500 HP Cummins engines with just around 950 hours, this Grand Banks cruises anywhere from 9 to 18 knots with ease, with the capacity to reach 22 knots. Has bow thruster, diesel heating, dehumidifier system, 9kw Onan generator.

Loads of upgrades, including:

  • Naiad Stabilizer fins to limit roll
  • Humphree Interceptors to handle automatic trim and list adjustments
  • Full suite of Garmin electronics at both helms, including chartplotter, radar, VHF, AIS, with two remotes, for Chartplotter and autopilot (added Winter 2018)
  • Lumishore underwater lights
  • 400' of galvanized 3/8" chain and Maxwell chain counter.
  • Any system that needed attention was taken care of at great expense,

This vessel is clean, presents very well, and is ready for your adventures.

Located on Lake Union in Seattle, WA.

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Vessel Information

Builder: GRAND BANKS
Model Year: 2010
Type: MotorBoat
Category: Motor Yacht
Condition: Used

LOA: 47' (14.33 m)
Beam Feet: 0' (0.00 m)
Draft Feet: 3' (1.17 m)
Engine Info: 500 HP, Twin, Inboard, Diesel, Cummins
Staterooms: 2

Location: SEATTLE, Washington United States
City: SEATTLE
Country: United States

About Grand Adventure

Statement from the current owners:

This boat is reliable and has amazing seakeeping ability. After a shakedown cruise in Puget Sound our first summer, we outfitted her to be able to cruise to SE Alaska via the inside passage. Along the way to Alaska, we found we were well equipped to navigate in extremely foggy conditions, admirably handle rough seas (she took 12 foot waves in the Dixon Entrance and did great), fished, crabbed, hiked, and explored in our dinghy. Grand Adventure's 2 x 500 hp engines and top speed of 22 knots allowed us to comfortably navigate strong currents in narrow channels in B.C. and Alaska, where cruisers might expect to encounter currents up to 6.5 knots, such as when we headed north through Dodd Narrows, B.C. near Nanaimo.

The enclosed flybridge kept us warm and dry during the chilly cruising to Alaska and allows for an extended PNW cruising season – unzips to let in fresh air as needed! Our 2020 plans were disrupted by the pandemic as we were planning on cruising to Haida Gwai via the inside passage, then transiting south around the very challenging west side of Vancouver Island. Instead, we cruised 1,100 nautical miles from the South Sound and in and around the San Juan Islands, the Hood Canal, and through the Ballard Locks to Lake Washington. We appreciated our shallow draft (3'10") that gave us the confidence to enter shallow bays and inlets such as Hammersly Inlet heading to Shelton, WA, in the South Sound this summer.

Not only is Grand Adventure a highly capable, reliable cruising vessel, she has beautiful, classic lines and lots of room to spread out. As a cruising couple, we found that we had plenty of room for all our supplies with room left over. But we were also able to host 18 members of our yacht club for happy hour while at anchor in the San Juan Islands and everybody had room to relax and be comfortable inside and out.

Updates since July 2018 - New owners

New Equipment:

  • Naiad Stabilizer Fins - 6 square feet, with custom kelp cutters (Nov. 2018)
  • Humphree Interceptor System (Winter 2019)
  • Lumishore underwater lights - blue/white (Winter 2019)
  • Isolation Transformer (Winter 2019)
  • Magma propane BBQ
  • Plankton filter for the watermaker (Winter 2018)
  • Maxwell Autoanchor - Chain counter and Windlass Control Panel at lower helm (Jan. 2019)
  • Fishing rod holders (July 2019)
  • Internet cable port (Jan. 2019)
  • Spare parts (starter, alternator, engine water pump, fresh water pump, watermaker filters, heat exchanger)

Replaced Equipment:

  • Anchor chain - galvanized 3/8" x 400' (Winter 2018)
  • Garmin electronics (Chart plotter GPSMAP 8617, GMI and GHC 20, GWS 10, GSD 25, antenna GPS19x-NMEA 2000) - both helms (Winter 2018)
  • Salon television (July 2019)
  • Watermaker membranes (Nov 2018)
  • Bilge pumps (July 2019)
  • Aft/transom shower head and hoses (Nov 2018)
  • House battery (1)
  • Generator battery (June 2019)
  • Starboard engine starter (May 2020)
  • Garmin radar (Fantom 24) (Nov. 2018)
  • Replaced Icemaker with refrigerator in salon (still plumbed for water) (Feb 2019)
  • Heater expansion tank (Feb 2019)
  • Heater (Hurricane hydronic diesel heater) (Feb 2019)
  • Steering ram (July 2019)
  • Dinghy battery and (2) bilge pumps
  • Canvas top (Nov. 2018)
  • Heat exchangers (2) - both engines
  • Thermostat (1)
  • EPIRB
  • Swimstep hardware
  • Wiper blades

Maintained/Repaired Equipment:

  • Toilets (seals, valves, etc.)
  • Sump pumps (Nov. 2018)
  • DryZone dehumidifier system - Repaired, unit mailed to replace fans. (Nov. 2018)
  • Watermaker - Serviced (Nov. 2018), Serviced and Winterized (Jan 2020)
  • Engine service (oil change, transmission, shafts/seals, zincs) - 3x (Most recent Sept. 2020)
  • Generator - new exhaust elbow, oil change 2x (Oct. 2019 and Sept 2020)
  • Transmissions (both engines - drive plate and couplers replaced) (Port in Nov. 2018, Starboard in Oct. 2019)
  • Brightwork - Completely redone (Nov 2018)
  • Davit - disassembled, replaced broken shiv, add new Amsteel cord. (July 2020)
  • Dinghy fuel system (all lines and tanks drained and cleaned)
  • Salon dimmer switch (Feb 2020)
  • Fire suppression system (annual service checks)
  • Propellers coated and balanced (Nov 2019)
  • Bottom paint (Feb 2019)

Interior Features and Description

Salon:

From the current owners: "The salon seating provides extra under cushion storage and a beautiful height-adjustable table suitable for dining or use as a coffee table. Large windows not only allow for stunning views, but also include curtains for privacy/darkness when required. We enjoyed being able to watch football and keep up with our favorite shows all the way to Alaska with our satellite TV!"

To starboard is a straight settee with storage under, teak end table, teak bar cabinet with bottle storage, fridge, and freezer. All around are opening screened windows, and a center opening windshield on an electric actuator.

  • Teak flooring
  • Salon Table – Salon Table in Teak and Holly has two leaves. When closed, has louvered edges to keep things from falling when at sea.
  • Under couch Storages – 3 separate storage compartments to port and starboard, great for your extra gear and food. The starboard side storage is especially easily accessible because the three seats are separately lifted by gas springs.
  • Starboard couch – 4-person straight couch in soft, plush beige woven fabric. Great back support and storage below accessible with gas springs (whole seats lift up). Vanity just aft with storage and stereo access, and larger vanity forward.
  • Port Couch – 4-person, L-shaped couch in soft, beige woven fabric. Could easily be upgraded to make a sleeper, currently set up with storage underneath. There is a nice vanity aft and the galley countertop forward.
  • Flat screen TV - Samsung about 32 inch,
  • Intellian Satelite TV antenna - Direct-TV ready
  • Stereo - Pioneer MOSFET, XM ready, CD Player, with recessed ceiling speakers in salon.

Galley:

From the current owners: "The "up" galley is huge and offers two refrigerators and one freezer for food storage. Another refrigerator in the flybridge brings the total to three, allowing for very ample fresh food storage during extended cruising. We like that the main helm has almost 360-degree views around the boat and 3 large windshields with wipers. The center windshield opens electrically affording extra airflow."

  • Granite marbled countertop – Beautifully marbled countertop in being/gold/burgundy colors, with louvered wood trim for safety
  • Stainless Steel Sink – with Faucet with pull-out hose
  • Filtered water faucet
  • Electric Stovetop – EuroKera, 3 Burners with potholders
  • Electric Vent above the stove
  • Opening window by stove and sink.
  • Microwave/Convection Oven – Sharp Carousel
  • Refrigerator – Coolmatic RSD-115 – Under kitchen counter, 115 Liter
  • Refrigerator 2 – Isotherm CR49EL – Behind lower Helm, under the counter, 12/24V, with freezer compartment
  • Freezer – Waeco CoolMatic CRF-50 – 47 Liter, under the helm station
  • Bottle storage drawer – 4 bottles
  • Corner Storage – "lazy Susan" 2 shelf storage
  • Garbage drawer – Two bins, for recycling and regular, under sink
  • Drawer Storage – 3 drawers under stovetop, 2 are deep for pots and pans and food, one is for cooking utensils
  • Hanging storage – 3 drop-down storages at eye level for plates, bowls and cups
  • Cutlery shelf – 7 compartments
  • Spice holders by cooktop

Lower helmstation:

The lower helm features a wonderful Grand Banks teak steering wheel, helm bench seat with teak step, and easy access to the side decks through the teak door. The electronics console, wrapped in Ultra-leather, features a full array of updated electronics, which is matched up on the flybridge.

  • Stidd Helm chair - two person (or one dog!) beige leatherette adjustable seat.
  • Camera - Black and White video of engine room, and colored for aft deck, and salon, from the Garmin chartplotter.
  • Chartplotter – Garmin GPSmap 8617 Multi-function Display – 17-inch HD touchscreen display with Navionic charts. Shows radar, depth, charts, Camera video, wind information,
  • Radar – Garmin Fantom 24 High-Resolution Radar with Motionscope technology, 20 to 48 NM range
  • Repeater – Garmin GMI 20 Marine Instrument Display - Shows Tank fuel level, fresh water tank level, GPS Speed, Depth, Heading, Wind Direction/Speed, GPS Position, GPS Trip Odometer,
  • Autopilot – Garmin GHC 20 controls with Garmin GHP 10 Autopilot system
  • AIS – Garmin AIS600
  • VHF – Garmin VHF 200
  • Engine Displays – Two VesselView displays by SmartCraft – One per engine – Shows Engine RPM, Oil pressure, Engine Temp, Voltage, GPH, Range, Air Temp, Speed, fuel tanks, Rudder Angles
  • Rudder Angle Indicator – Analog Gauge
  • Generator Remote – Cummins Onan remote, with display, for start/stop/alarms
  • Windlass Remote – Maxwell AA560 Remote – for anchor windlass up/down, and chain counter on digital display
  • Naiad Stabilizer Display – Naiad Dynamics Roll Stabilizer System Display and Controls – Digital Color display shows Angle %, Velocity %, Accelerator %, shows Stabilizer fin activity, Alarms. Can control Auto / Manual mode,
  • Humphree Interceptors Control Panel – Humphree Control Panel CP502 021732 – Shows Trim and List angles, Trim % on each unit, Automatic Vs manual settings,
  • Hurricane Hydronic Heating - Diesel-powered, hydronic heating.
  • Watermaker control panel

Master Cabin and Ensuite Head:

The master stateroom, located forward, is spacious and comfortable, with an ensuite head containing a separate enclosed shower. Features a center-line queen berth, abundant storage in hanging lockers, cupboards and drawers for extended times on board, reading lights, overhead hatch with screen and shade, two opening portlights, also with screens, and a proper mattress!

  • Queen Berth - With reading lamps on each side, and two large drawers underneath
  • Port Storage - Cedar-lined hanging locker, two medium drawers, and two opening cabinets with shelves
  • Starboard Storage - two medium drawers and two opening cabinets with shelves
  • Opening ports - Two stainless steel opening ports with bug screen and curtains
  • Hatch - Large overhead watch with bug screen and shade
  • Master Head - Marbled countertop, vacuflush head, 4 storages, and separate shower stall.

Guest Cabin:

The second stateroom is located to starboard, amidship, and has twin bunks with loads of storage, via two deep drawers under each bed, and a cedar-lined hanging locker. There are reading lamps, an overhead hatch, and an opening port for ventilation. Easy access across the hall to the private guest/day head with shower.

  • Twin beds - spaced out by walk-way

Guest/Day Head:

Located amidship to port, this spacious guest/day head has a vacuflush head, large countertop, and good storage. There is a curtain to enclose the space for showers. Lastly, there is a combo washer/dryer with storage for all kinds of cleaning equipment.

Exterior Features and Description

Main Deck:

Description from the owners: "Entering the huge extended cockpit, there is heaps of room for entertaining, fishing, dining, or simply reading a good book. The covered cockpit is nice because it provides protection from rain or the hot summer sun. There is also a massive lazarette capable of storing everything from fenders to spare parts or tools to deck chairs! The side decks are covered as well, giving wind and rain protection while docking.

The wide side decks give way to a spacious bow area with a huge storage locker, a substantial anchor pulpit, and a front lounge area that's great for sunning or watching a sunset. With a CQR anchor and 400 feet of chain, we felt that we could successfully anchor most anywhere."

The cockpit lazarette contains the water maker, and yet there is still plenty of room for all matter of cruising gear. There is a second smaller lazarette on this deck for lines and other miscellaneous gear, and a large storage box and two smaller lockers on the foredeck. A place for everything!

  • Electric Windlass
  • Ground tackle - 60 lb CQR anchor with 400 feet of chain
  • Swim Ladder - stainless steel swim ladder under teak platform
  • Lighting - cockpit and side deck courtesy lights
  • Wired for downriggers
  • Freshwater washdown on the foredeck
  • Freshwater washdown on aft deck
  • Self-draining anchor locker, divided in two
  • Double bow roller
  • Shower - hot and cold shower at transom
  • Stainless steel mooring chocks and cleats
  • Locks for the lazarette and engine room (under stair) access

Flybridge - General:

Access to the flybridge is via the gently sloped stairs from the cockpit. This stairway is hinged on strong pneumatic rams to reveal steps down to the spacious engine room. Up the stairs is a sliding glass hatch to keep the aft deck dry in inclement weather.

Up top is a fully enclosed flybridge surrounded by isinglass and canvas that provides a warm dry space for lounging and entertaining. The upper helm is fully instrumented; driving from either helm affords full control. There's oodles of storage beneath bench seating as well as behind the flybridge helm.

  • Flooring is white fiberglass with non-skid beige paint
  • Full Flybridge enclosure – Beige canvas enclosure with Lexan windows.
  • Venturi Wind Deflector
  • Helm Chairs – 2 x Stidd Beige leather helm chairs with footrest, armrest, adjustable up/down, fwd/back, in great condition
  • Port side single seat – Single person, off- white with beige trim chair with lifejacket storage underneath. In nice shape, original
  • L-Shaped settee – White with beige trim L-shaped settee can seat 5 guests, with room for added chairs around table. There is another single person seat across, facing the settee.
  • Varnished teak table – Beautifully varnished table that has a grill-shaped insert,
  • Varnished step stool - Great for seating.
  • Bar area – To port, Has mini sink, countertop, and inside has shelving and an Isotherm fridge with freezer compartment
  • Fridge/Freezer – Isotherm Fridge with freezer compartment, 42 Liter capacity.
  • EPIRB – ACR GlobalFix iPro GPS Epirb
  • Mast – Has a pivot point to be taken down. Carries Garmin Radar, Intellian i5 Satellite TV, Anemometer (wind instrument), Nav lights and deck lights.

Flybridge Helmstation

Many of the electronics at the lower helm have been added to the flybridge. The Chartplotter, Repeater, Autopilot controls, Humphree Controls, Naiad Controls, Engines VessellView the same as down below.

  • Pop-up Electronics display box – When pushed down, this display box hides away the 17-inch chartplotter, autopilot and repeater, Humphree controls, and Naiad Controls. Great for protection from the sun.
  • Chartplotter – Garmin GPSmap 8617 Multi-function Display – 17-inch HD touchscreen display with Navionic charts. Shows radar, depth, charts, Camera video, wind information,
  • Radar – Garmin Fantom 24 High-Resolution Radar with Motionscope technology, 20 to 48 NM range,
  • Repeater – Garmin GMI 20 Marine Instrument Display - Shows Tank fuel level, fresh water tank level, GPS Speed, Depth, Heading, Wind Direction/Speed, GPS Position, GPS Trip Odometer,
  • Autopilot – Garmin GHC 20 controls with Garmin GHP 10 Autopilot system
  • AIS – Garmin AIS600
  • VHF – Garmin GHS 10 Ram
  • Engine Displays – Two VesselView displays by SmartCraft – One per engine – Shows Engine RPM, Oil pressure, Engine Temp, Voltage, GPH, Range, Air Temp, Speed, fuel tanks, Rudder Angles
  • Rudder Angle Indicator – Analog Gauge
  • Windlass Remote – Windlass Up/Down
  • Horn
  • Naiad Stabilizer Display – Naiad Dynamics Roll Stabilizer System Display and Controls – Digital Color display shows Angle %, Velocity %, Accelerator %, shows Stabilizer fin activity, Alarms. Can control Auto / Manual mode,
  • Humphree Interceptors Control Panel – Humphree Control Panel CP502 021732 – Shows Trim and List angles, Trim % on each unit, Automatic Vs manual settings,
  • Engine Buttons – Start/stop for each engine and Parallel
  • Cummins Engine throttle/Shifter – Buttons for activate, Sync, Warm, and trolling mode
  • Alarms & Indicator panel – Shows Bilge Pump alarms, High Bilge alarms, Hi Exhaust Temperatures.
  • Fire alarm system – Fireboy Engine shutdown down systems
  • Bow Thruster Controls – ON/OFF, Left/Right
  • Ritchie Compass
  • Spotlight controls – ACR spotlight

Davit, Tender, and Outboard (Located on Fly):

  • Davit System – Steelhead Marine SM800R – 800 Lbs capacity, with Amsteel cable,
  • Tender - Novurania Deluxe 360 Tender, 2011 Year, 12 Feet Long, With bench seat aft for two and single seat forward with storage, teak grid flooring flued on fiberglass bottom, integrated fuel tank, Two fishing rod holders in front of pedestal, rubber guard at bottom of hull. Full-length white vinyl tender cover. Tender in good shape overall, clean and inflated.
  • Tender Driving Station/Pedestal - driving station with wheel, BRP shifter, Engine trim controls, RPM gauge, Fuel Gauge, Switches for Bilge pump, Nav Anchor Light, Cockpit Light, electronics. Has a Lowrance HDS5 chartplotter with chart and depth sounder, GPS speed and heading, Icom IC-M304 VHF. Storage under that has small anchor and chain.
  • Outboard – Evinrude E-tec 30 HP Model E30DPSLINC, Year 2011. Spare Evinrude outboard water pump. (69 hours as August 17, 2020)

Engine and Mechanical

The engine room is very workable and is accessed via a ladder from a hatch in the salon floor, or by lifting the flybridge stairway, revealing stairs leading the way down. It is well lit with both AC and DC lighting. This is plenty of space for all mechanical equipment, genset, water heater, batteries, spare parts and more, and more room to service all sides of the engines. The twin Cummins QSC8.3 engines are turboed and after cooled, and electronically controlled common rail fuel injection for maximum fuel efficiency, zero smoke, and quiet operation.

  • Engines - 2 x Cummins QSC 8.3. 500 HP. 946 hours on Port engine, 948 on starboard as of 10/4/2020.
  • Engine Performance figures (As written from Engine displays and GPS speed on 9/29/2020 by yacht broker, who is not a mechanic.):
    • 670 RPM - 6.1 Knots - 1.6 GPH - 3.8 NMPG
    • 1120 RPM - 8.14 Knots - 4.4 GPH - 1.9 NMPG
    • 1370 RPM - 9.3 Knots - 9.2 GPH - 1.0 NMPG
    • 1470 RPM - 10.1 Knots - 12.8 GPH - 0.8 NMPG
    • 1800 RPM - 12.2 Knots - 22 GPH - 0.6 NMPG
    • 1900 RPM - 13.9 Knots - 26 GPH - 0.5 NMPG
    • 2080 RPM - 15.1 Knots - 28.2 GPH - 0.5 NMPG
    • 2300 RPM - 18.1 Knots - 36.2 GPH - 0.5 NMPG
    • 2600 RPM - 21.3 Knots - 50.6 GPH - 0.4 NMPG
  • Engine Spares - 3 x Engine air filters, primary and secondary fuel filters, 3 x Engine belts, 1 x Cummins engine Impeller, 1 x Hydraulic fluid filter, Cummins engine water circulation pump, Delco Remy Alternator (200A, 12 V), Delco Remy Refurbished Starter Motor, Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger
  • Bow Thruster - with controls at both helms
  • Racor Filters - dual Racor fuel / water separators to each engine
  • Trolling valves
  • Reverso oil change system - with quick-connect fittings
  • Dripless shaft logs
  • Baffled aluminum fuel tanks
  • Watermaker/Desalinator - Sea Recovery 1400-2 Aquamatic Reverse Osmosis Desalinator
  • Humphree Interceptors - Automatic trim tabs with listing adapter. Model HCS-5
  • Naiad Stabilizer - Naiad Dynamics ship roll stabilizer system, with fins - 6 square feet, with custom kelp cutters
  • Hot Water Tank - 20 US gallon
  • Water Purification - Seagull IV water purification system to galley and ice maker
  • Carbon monoxide detectors - in each cabin and salon
  • Hurricane Hydronic Heater - multi-zone Hurricane II cabin furnace system with domestic hot water cross over
  • Dehumidifier System - Dry Zone central
  • Windlass - Lofrans Tigres 1200W electric windlass with controls on foredeck, and at each helm
  • Horn - Kahlenberg trumpet airhorn
  • Washer/Dryer - Splendide 2100XC washer/dryer combo in a dedicated locker in guest head
  • Holding Tank Monitor - Tankwatch 4 holding tank monitor
  • Water/Plumbing system spares - 3 x LiquaTec Water Filters, 3 x Water purifier filters, 3 x Water Ph Neutralizer filters, SPXFlow water pump (5 GPM), 1 x Dometic Toilet duckbill valve.

Electrical

The electrical system is designed for reliability, versatility, and intuitive understanding.

  • AC / DC distribution panels
  • Generator - Onan MDKBL-7081938 9kw with sound shield. Water exhaust separator for sound-deadening. Very quiet. - 729 Hours as of 10/4/2020
  • single Racor to genset
  • Alternators on each engine and genset
  • Galvanic isolators - two ProMariner 60 Amp
  • Isolation Transformer - Acme Electric
  • 50 Amp shore power with fore and aft deck connections
  • Cablemaster - electric shore cable retrieving system with 75' cord
  • Inverter - Mastervolt Mass Combi 12/2000-100 - 2000 watt output
  • Inverter - Victron Energy Pure sinewave inverter - Phoenix 12 / 250 - 400 W output
  • Charger - Mastervolt Mass 12/80 automatic battery charger
  • Batteries - AGM batteries - 2 x 4D engine starting batteries, 2 x 8D house batteries, 1 x 2D genset battery (Group 24, 79 Ah, Replaced June 2019)
  • Underwater Lights - Lumishore TIX 403-supra dual light (blue/white)
  • marine-grade tin-plated copper wire
  • emergency battery paralleling switch
  • 12V 80 Amp battery charger
  • battery condition monitor

Safety Equipment

  • EPIRB – ACR GlobalFix iPro GPS Epirb (Located on flybridge)
  • Fire Extinguishers - Large automatic FE241 type in engine room, others around vessel.
  • Lifejackets – 7 lifejackets on flybridge
  • Ring Buoy – Orange plastic ring buoy on flybridge, hung by railing
  • Lifebuoy Light – Daniamant L90 – Floating light with tether
  • Manual Bilge Pump - In engine room
  • Automatic bilge pumps
  • First Aid Kits – 2
  • Handheld flares and flares gun
  • Handheld Air horn
  • Air horn at both helms

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. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours prior to purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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