2000 49′ Grand Banks 49 Eastbay HX for sale in Dania Beach, Florida | All Boat

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Grand Banks 45 Eastbay

2000 49′ Grand Banks 49 Eastbay HX in Dania Beach, Florida

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Engines and Tanks

Engines Power: 660HP x 2 Cruising Speed: 24 knots Max Speed: 29 knotsHer xxxx (660HP) CATs have been well maintained since new. Recent servicing was just completed on the raw water cooling system after coolers zincs impellers and more — xxxx.Tanks Fuel: 775 gals. Fresh Water: 160 gals.

EQUIPMENT LIST

CONSTRUCTION:Epoxy undercoatGel-coated fiberglass exteriorHand laid fiberglassPainted boot-topHer original flag-blue gel-coat hull was painted with fresh AwlGrip in xxxx. Her topsides have been kept waxed and detailed properly since new and show very well.MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT:Bilge pump manualDrip pans under enginesEngine raw water intake strainersEngine room faucet fresh waterEngine room sound insulationExhaust system sea-water cooled with mufflersFlexible couplings with matching engine mountsFuel manifold systemFuel tanks with upper lower automatic self closing valves for sight gaugesFuel tank Auxiliary fiberglass baffledFuel tanks main fiberglass baffledOutlets in enigne room fresh waterPropeller shafts stainless steelPropellers nicke-aluminum-bronze dynamically balancedRudders stainless steelSeacocks on thru-hulls below waterlineSeparating filters fuel-waterShaft logs with dripless shaft sealsShaft logs with stuffing boxesSteering with power assisted hydraulicStern gland/struts bronze with rubber bearingsThrottle and gear shift controls single stationWater tanks aluminumWater/gas separator installed on generator’s exhaust systemELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:Air-conditioning reverse cycleAlternator each engine 12 voltAlarm panel with engine oil press. eng.Batteries heavy-duty with fiberglass boxesBattery charger with remote meterBattery condition indicatorBattery selector switchBilge pumps (3) automatic 12 voltBilge pump indicator lightsBonding systemCarbon Monoxide DetectorCircuit breakersEngine room blowers 12 voltEngine room lights 12 voltFresh water system pressurized 12VGenerator with sound shield dieselGround fault circuit interrupterHolding tank with pump out 12 voltNavigation lights 12 voltShore power inlet 30 AMPTank gauges for fuel and water remot 12 volt CentroidTV/Phone inlet aftWiring for stereo systemWater heaterWiring marine-grade tin-plated copperEXTERIOR EQUIPMENT:Air horn KahlenbergAnchor chain lockerAnchor roller platform stainless steelAnodes zincBall valve on thru hull above water line bronzeChocks and mooring cleats stainless steelDeck fittings: diesel fuel/water and waste pump-outDeck side and fwd house top with painted moondust non-skidDorade boxes teakEngine room hatch hydraulic/electricEngine room ventsFlagstaff holders bow and sternFlagstaffs teak bow and sternForedeck lockerInspection deck plate for fuel tanks P SGrab rails stainless steelMast aluminumRubrail heavy-duty vinyl with stainless steel insertSafety rails stainless steelSeat/storage box molded with cushionsSkylight hatches with screensToe rail teakTrim tabsVents for fuel and water tanksWindlass low profile 12 voltWindshield frame stainless steelCOCKPIT / SWIM PLATFORM:Courtesy lightsDecking teakFreshwater outletHatches hinged with gas cylinder lift-upsScuppers stainless steelSeat/storage box molded with cushionsSwim ladder teakSwim platform teakTransom door hingedTransom shower with retractable hose hot/coldThe large cockpit features built-in aft facing seating three large lazarettes for storage — each with the Grand Banks traditional drain around the top to keep the water out a transom shower with hot/cold shower with retractable cord is located on the port aft cockpit. A Glendinning cablemaster with 50′ cord is located at the port side forward cockpit. Aft of the cockpit is the standard GB large teak swim platform mounted on a custom hydraulic dinghy lift. This lift allows you to carry a larger dinghy which will launch at just a touch of the handheld remote control. On the starboard side aft there is a transom door and on the forward side underneath the outboard seating is a storage locker for docklines. Engine room access is located just inboard of this and makes a very easy entry into the large engine room down a short staircase.HELM / MAIN DECK:Alarm panel engine temperature and oil pressureChart locker teakCompassControl panel AC/DCCover for console and steering wheelDecking teakGas cylinder storageHelm outlet 12 voltHelmseat — FRP with cushionIndicator light bilge pumpsIndicator light reverse polarityInstrumentation panel overheadRudder angle indicatorSteering wheel teak with rimmedWindshield wipers (3) 12 voltWindows side opening slidingThe spacious helm deck is fully enclosed. The aft section of this enclosure can be opened or removed for open air entertainment. Otherwise she remains fully enclosed and is cooled or heated by 2 reverse cycle xxxx0 BTU Marine Air air conditioning units. One unit is mounted in the aft starboard side of the helm deck and the second is forward to port. There is a large L-settee on the port side with custom teak table. This area easily seats 4 adults comfortably. On the starboard side there is a straight settee with storage below that comfortably seats 2. Forward to port there is a bench seat with icemaker on the inboard side and storage on the outboard side. Forward of that on the cabin top is the large GB chart locker and custom bar featuring glass and bottle storage. On the starboard side there is a bench seat which has 4 storage drawers on the inboard side and a storage locker on the outboard side. Forward of that is the helm station. The helm station is very well laid out with both mechanical and electronic engine gauges Kobalt engine controls and Side Power bow thruster control (SP95 with dual prop). The main circuit breaker panel is just inboard of the helm station — with the top section all 12 volt and the bottom section all 110 volt.SALOON:Dinette/settee U-shapedPortholes stainless steelReading lampsStereo/CD player with speakersTable teak with maple inlayThe Saloon features a very comfortable large settee on the starboard side with storage above and below Grand Banks teak table with two folding leaves. Opposite the settee is a TV locker with tambor door.GALLEY:Condiment locker overheadControl panel LPG 12 voltCountertop Corian with back splash guardDrawersExhaust blower 12 voltFaucet single leverLocker — dry storageMicrowave ovenRange/oven AC or LPGRefrigerator freezer holding plateSink double S.S. with teak coverThe galley is on the port side opposite the settee and is U-shaped. Outboard there is a Princess 3-burner electric cooktop with storage below. Aft is a convection microwave on the inboard side overhead with storage on the outboard o

Electronics

Grand Banks 45 Eastbay

Furuno xxxx 64-mile radarNorthstar 958 GPS plotterNorthstar 952XD Differential GPS with color display — mounted in overheadICOM M127 VHF with DSCSimrad Robertson AP22 autopilotSimrad autopilot handheld remoteBG Network Instrument systemHelmdeck overhead — Depth Nav and Data repeater displaysWind with digital speed analog direction — HelmdeckWind with digital speed analog direction — Master StateroomACR RCL 100 remote control spotlight at helm with second control on port sideKVH TracVision Sat TV on mast

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Owner’s personal belongings

Remarks

MIRAGE is an excellent example of this fantastic C. Raymond Hunt design. She has had excellent care over the years and is equipped to cruise anywhere. With her 2 stateroom 2 head layout freshly AwlGripped hull and low hour CATs MIRAGE represents an excellent value.

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