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Grand Banks 59

Cruising Speed: 22 KNOTS

Engine Hours: 131

Fuel Tanks: 1400 gal


DOLPHIN sleeps six in three staterooms and can accommodate an additional guest on the pullout settee in the Salon. There are three heads with showers. DOLPHIN has beautiful teak paneling and teak holly sole throughout the yacht.


The Owner’s stateroom is amidships with queen size island berth on centerline, four large drawers underneath, and bulkhead-mounted lights on each side of berth. There is a desk to starboard with three drawers and one small drawer, with excellent storage found in four additional drawers, three lockers and, long and small cedar-lined hanging lockers to port and two cedar-lined hanging lockers to starboard. A Sharp HDTV is forward on centerline, and an AM/FM/MP3 player portside aft. Three opening ports provide natural light.

The en-suite owner’s bathroom is features Granite countertops, an oversized stall shower with built-in seat, Sealand vacu-flush head, four lockers, one drawer, and one opening porthole.


The Guest/VIP stateroom is located forward with a centerline island berth with two large storage drawers underneath. Bulkhead mounted lights are on each side of the berth, and there are three cedar-lined hanging lockers and four smaller lockers for storage. A Sharp TV is mounted on centerline and there is also an AM/FM/MP3 player. Two opening overhead hatches with screens and two opening ports provide natural light.

The en-suite guest bathroom features Granite countertops, a stall shower, Sealand vacu-flush head, three lockers, one drawer, and one opening porthole.


The Port Guest Stateroom is located between the Owner and VIP staterooms, with two single berths, cedar-lined hanging locker and two small lockers for storage, and an AM/FM/MP3 player. Two opening ports provide natural light.

The Port Guest bathroom also serves as the Day Head and is located across the companionway to starboard. It features Granite countertops, sink, Sealand vacu-flush head, Asko washer and dryer, and two storage lockers.

This lower accommodations level has excellent access to the hull thru large hatches in the staterooms and in the companionway.


The Main Saloon is accessed via port and starboard wing doors as well as the large aft door, each with built-in retractable screens. Entering from the aft door you immediately notice the beautiful teak holly cabin sole and teak paneling. There is a beige leather L-shaped settee with pullout berth and teak table with maple and burlwood inlay to port facing a teak entertainment center that houses a Sony flat screen TV on pop-up lift, Bose entertainment system, and two beige leather barrel chairs. There is bottle storage and an icemaker to port forward, and built-in book shelves aft and forward.


Three steps up from the Main Saloon is the Galley/Dinette area. The Galley is on the port side with four Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer drawers, Fischer Paykel drawer-style dishwasher, double stainless steel sink, Miele electric

4-burner electric cook top, exhaust blower, Sharp Carousel microwave/convection oven, granite countertops with a sink fill-in, which converts to a cutting board when turned over. There are two large overhead lockers, three overhead plate storage cabinets, three drawers and two lockers below the counter top.

Opposite the galley is a large Dinette featuring built-in L-shaped seating with excellent storage underneath, and a dual leaf fold-out teak table that seats six (with two additional chairs).


Moving forward is the Pilothouse/Helm with Stidd helm and companion chairs port and centerline, a teak chart table, compass with light, electronic circuit breaker panel, overhead teak electronics console, and stainless steel teak-rimmed steering wheel. The wing doors access the Pilothouse/Helm and are equipped with retractable screens.


From the stern moving forward, there is a molded fiberglass swim platform with teak and removable U-stanchions, and a built-in swim ladder that folds up under the platform when not in use. Stainless steel dinghy cleats pop-up from the swim deck platform. Three steps up, on either side of the platform, brings you to the Aft Deck where there is built-in seating across the stern and two expandable teak tables. There is a small built in storage locker forward to starboard with double opening doors. Forward to port is a built in semi circular staircase to the flybridge. Access to the engine room is from a door on the port side deck as well as a pneumatic teak hatch on the aft deck. Teak wing doors on each side of the aft deck lead to the full walk around side decks.

Walking forward, just forward of the helm, is a Portuguese bridge with great storage; access to the foredeck and its comfortable seating port and starboard is through the double half doors. Anchor retrieval and deployment are via a Lofrans windlass for chain and rode with dual anchor mounting on the bow pulpit, and foot controls to operate the windlass. There are fender and line storage lockers both port and starboard of the windlass.


The Flybridge with its fiberglass hardtop is accessed from the aft deck, up the fiberglass semi-circular stairway with teak steps. The Helm is well-laid out with molded fiberglass electronics console including two Caterpillar information displays, two Raymarine E-120 displays, Naiad marine stabilizer display, Raymarine autopilot, Icom IC-M504 VHF, search light controls, and bow thruster controls which are all at the captain’s fingertips. A compass with light, teak-rimmed stainless steel steering wheel and Stidd helm and companion chairs complete the helm station.

Chart storage can be found both port and starboard of the helm, along with a built-in bench seat to port, facing forward. Immediately aft of the helm are two seating areas: 1) an L-shaped settee is starboard with a teak table and 2) a bench seat to port facing starboard also with a teak table. Continuing aft on the starboard side, there is a wet bar with stainless steel sink, electric Miele grill, and a small Isotherm refrigerator/freezer. All the way aft is a 1,000 lb. stainless steel electro-hydraulic davit with hydraulic rotation and space for a dingy.


New twin Caterpillar C-18 main engines were installed in 2009.

Stbd serial number: CKH02875 Port serial number: CKH02890

Both engines show 175 hours on the engine room gauges.

Twin Disc transmissions

The Engine Room space located under the Salon has stand-up headroom and is well organized and in “like new” condition. Even the fuel tanks forward were moved out, cleaned and all painted in behind the tanks themselves. All of the systems in the engine room and the lazarette area have been gone through and have either been completely repaired or replaced new, including all cabling and wiring to full runs. All new batteries were installed and all electrical components of switching, relays, controllers, etc. were gone through. In some areas, the cabling itself was upgraded. Fire suppression system was upgraded to two bottles, with sprinkler system added over each engine

At the present time, the engine room has the appearance and look of a brand new yacht — probably even better! Ventilation fans are now all new; the defusers and mist filters and screens, etc. have all been replaced new by a Delta T system including all cabling. In this regard, all equipment that was replaced was done to the original specifications of the manufacturer, unless upgraded, as some items above were actually improved upon. The engine room piping and hoses, with the exception of the bilge PVC (which was not disturbed) is all new. Teak grating in the engine room and lazarette area was removed, cleaned, and re-varnished with some renewed.

Mechanical equipment:

* Naiad stabilizers

* Aquamatic 900 GPD reverse osmosis watermaker

* Engine room camera

* Aft view camera

* DC converters, 24/12V, 40 AMP

* AC/DC distribution panels

* Engine room lights

* AC fluorescent lights with diffusers

* Fuel priming system

* Kahlenberg air horn

* Reverse cycle air conditioning

* Teak wing doors in cockpit

* Boot stripe, painted with Awlgrip

* Rudder angle indicator

* Trim tabs

* Washer and dryer, separate units

* 20-Gallon water heater

* Hand laid fiberglass

* Hull structural grid, fiberglass and foam

* Hydrex resin skin coat in hull lamination

* Molded quarter guard with stainless steel rub rail

* Solid fiberglass hull below and cored hull above waterline

* Anchor chain locker, divided for rope and chain, self-draining

* Anchor platform, fiberglass with pulpit, double stainless steel roller

* Anodes, zinc, shaft and hull

* Bulwark caps, teak

* Stainless steel chocks and mooring cleats

* Cleats, fender, pop-up

* Davits, gel-coat colored

* Decking, teak, epoxy bonded at cockpit

* Engine room vents, Delta T air demister

* Flagpole with holders, bow and stern

* Foredeck lockers, port and starboard, foredeck settee with under seat storage

* Fresh water wash down

* Stainless steel grab rails

* Non-skid Awlgrip, side and forward cabin house deck and hardtop

* Portuguese bridge with lockers and access doors to forward deck

* Stainless steel rub rail, with intermediate 1/2” OD tube on flybridge and forward of the Portuguese bridge

* Skylight hatches with screens and blinds in cabins

* Windlass, horizontal, chain rode

* Windows, tempered glass, fitted, bonded, flush installation

* Bilge pumps, automatic

* Sleipner Side Power bow thruster

* Carbon Monoxide detector in sleeping areas and salon

* Fresh water system, pressurized

* Helm outlet, DC at each station

* Holding tank level indicators

* Raymarine GPS

* Raymarine DSM300 fish finder

* Raymarine ST 60+ tridata display

* Raymarine ST8002 autopilot plus rotary control and wireless control

* KVH Trackphone F77 handset

* Raymarine Fish Finder

* Raymarine ST 60+ tridata repeater

* Raymarine ST8002 autopilot plus rotary control

* 2 Raymarine Raystar 125 GPS sensors (one as back up)

* ACR 19303 searchlight

Additional equipment:

* ICM802B SSB radio, 150 watt, HAM ready

* KVH-TVG8 32” TracVision G8 antenna

* Thermo Vision Mariner camera system with remote displays, infrared camera on flybridge facing forward, separate camera on aft deck facing aft and camera in engine room

* Raymarine SR100 Sirius satellite weather service receiver

* AquaMatic compact 900 GPD watermaker

* Engine room camera system

* 6-person life raft, premium offshore canister with stainless steel cradle and hydrostatic release

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