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2001 Grand Banks 42 Classic “Persystence” is a prime example of how a fine yacht should be kept! This vessel has been maintained in “show room” condition since day one, which is quickly apparent once stepping aboard. She has relative low hours (2,880) on her 435hp CAT 3208TA’s (an engine package which allows the boat to plane and cruise at a comfortable 16 knots when desired, but which is equally efficient as a smaller engine package while trawling); front enclosure with strataglass; premium bimini top with aft extension which covers entire flybridge and wind skirts, updated electronic package, water maker; very rare teak and holly sole (vs. the typical GB parquet); three burner propane stove top; custom electric winch on boom to launch dinghy; full protective canvas package which covers all exterior seating on the flybridge, the teak cap rail and teak transom, dinghy cover, windshield, flybridge cocktail table, engine room vents, v-berth hatch, winch cover, and port and starboard door covers with screens. Also included is a side power bow thruster, computation fuel and water tank gauges; upgraded ocean stainless steel reading lights throughout; 2 Pompanette helms chairs on flybridge in lieu of standard bench-style seating; high water alarm; engine room and aft facing cameras; engine block heaters; Seagull water purification system; washer/dryer unit; propane detector and alarm; and fresh and raw water wash downs at the bow. The yacht is offered complete with an AVON rigid inflatable dinghy and a Mercury 15 hp 4 stroke outboard; spare props; and a 3 zone Cruiser air conditioning system. “Persystence” is a must see!!
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