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Current Price: £280,000 (Tax Paid)

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Year:
2001
Length:
43ft / 13.11m
Beam:
13.12ft / 4.00m
Engines:
Caterpillar 2000 3208 TA Inboard diesel 375 horsepower x2
Berths:
6
Ref #:
3063804
Located In:
Dartmouth, United Kingdom
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Cabins:
3
Heads:
2
Name:
Premier Cru

This beautiful example of the Grand Banks 42 Motoryacht  is presented in the most exquisite condition. Having recently undergone a full varnish restoration and polish in addition to her pre-season maintenance she has just been relaunched.  'Premier Cru' has been in the current careful ownership since new and has benefitted from regular professional maintenance. Her immaculate condition and careful family use must make her one of the best on the market today and really is  a must see for the serious buyer.  She is fully serviced and ready to cruise.  RCD 'Ocean A' category and UK vat paid, she is the popular 3 cabin version including owners large en-suite aft. Cat 3208TA 375 hp diesels and generator, washer dryer and much , much more.....

                                      

ACCOMMODATION

'Premier Cru ' is well equipped and well presented, carefully specified by her experienced owners she is full of options and tasteful custom changes - including a tongue and groove ceiling and spotlights n place of the standard airtext and incandescent bulbs. Fitted with the versatile 3 cabin layout and V berth conversion she has very flexible accommodations

RCD - Ocean 'A' Category  with 24VAC 50 Hz European electrical systems 

8 berths in 3 cabins, 2 in saloon. Master cabin en-suite plus separate shower room – Electric flush toilets. Separate heads/shower for forward/postside cabin/day use.

Large flybridge and aft deck areas - ideal for entertaining and watching the world go by ....

 

 

NAVIONICS/ ELECTRICAL

  • Bow Thruster with dual controls
  • Ritchie Compass x 2
  • VHF radio x 2
  • Raytheon RC530 Chartplotter
  • Raytheon ST 6000+ Autopilot
  • Raymarine ST40 Speed, Raytheon ST40 Depth
  • Raymarine ST40 Wind
  • Loud hailer/fog horn/intercom from helm to crew
  • Firdell Blipper radar reflector 
  • ICS Nav4 Navtex plus
  • Bennett trim tabs - both stations
  • 12 VDC sockets
  • 240 VAC UK MK sockets and switches
  • Fans in showers and heads 

INVENTORY AND EQUIPMENT

        

  • Saloon:
  • Main control console with teak wheel and AC/DC circuit breakers
  • 'L' shaped settee with occasional pull out double
  • Oval Teak yacht table with Hi-Lo mechanism 
  • 2 x 'Swivel' barrell armchairs
  • Entertainment center with TV/DVD player 
  • Blue 'diamond pattern' upholstery
  • Multicolour curtains
  • Reading lights
  • Upgraded White tongue and grove ceiling with halogen lighting 
  • Oceanair fitted blinds throughout saloon and forward windscreens
  • Fitted Helm seat with draws under
  • Eberspacher water heating  system with radiators
  • Alpine radio/CD player
  • Fitted Fire extinguishers
  • Engine room:
  • 2 x Caterpillar 3208TA 375hp diesel engines
  • Onan 7kw generator with sound shiels and verney gas/water separator 
  • Bow Thruster
  • Fire suppression with manual override
  • Automatic/manual bilge pumps
  • Groco pressurised domestic water system
  • 2 x Fuel tanks
  • 1 x holding tank with deck and overboard discharge
  • Engine, Domestic and generator batteries ( 4 in total) 
  • Mastervolt Combi Inverter 12/2500W - 100 plus 2 x dedicated batteries (new)
  • Pro-Charge Ultra 12V - 60 amp digital battery charger (new)
  • Mechanical steering with emergency tiller 
  • Teak grated flooring and access ladder to saloon 
  • Large galley:
  • Large 'U' shaped corian worktop area
  • Coolmatic refrigerator with teak door
  • Neff electric cooker with 4 burner hob, oven and grill
  • Many storage lockers,drawers and shelves 
  • Stainless steel radiator/towel rail
  • Sink covers with teak cutting boards under
  • Washing machine/Dryer (in aft Master cabin)
  • Colour coded Corian work tops
  • Large Flybridge/ Deck area:
  • Upper control position with all main services duplicated from lower control position
  • Stainless steel ships wheel
  • Stainless steel safety rails around windscreen
  • Stainless steel port holes 
  • Skylight hatches and covers
  • Seating for ten
  • Flybridge Teak table with straight settee
  • Flybridge storage locker and wet bar/ice tray
  • Flybridge covers and dodgers (new)
  • Underseat 100 litres deep freeze
  • Lifebelts 
  • Flares
  • Avon 6 man liferaft in canister
  • Waterproof speakers
  • Courtesy lights
  • Lofrans electric windlass
  • 45lb CQR Anchor and 60m galvanised chain 
  • Stainless steel chocks and cleats
  • Stainless steel stanchions and safety rails 
  • Power socket outlets 
  • Heads and showers:
  • En-Suite ( Aft Master)
  • Forward cabin/day
  • Electric heads
  • Corian basin tops
  • Seperate shower compartments
  • Extractor fans 
  • Hot water Radiator heating 

EXTERIOR

  • Teak laid decks
  • Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and guardrails
  • Anchor locker
  • Lofrans 1000w anchor windlass 
  • Teak swim platform
  • Fold up stainless steel safety ladder on bathing platform
  • Many opening hatches and ports
  • Stainless steel cleats and chocks
  • Deck lockers 
  • Steps to flying bridge
  • Mast and boom for steadying sail (not supplied) - fittings recently powder coated
  • Stainless steel standing rigging
  • Flybridge seating and table and galley complete with blue covers
  • Blue canvass dodgers,
  • Boat hook
  • warps and fenders (as seen)
  • Teak name boards
  • Avon 6 man life raft in canister
  • Ribeye tender with 8hp outboard motor
  •  Fibreglass  hull spray rails

Disclaimer

The company normally only acts as a broker for the Vendor who, unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute as a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate, and at his own expense, to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey.

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