PEARL – 32′ Grand Banks

Description

PEARL is an excellent fiberglass hull Grand Banks trawler with a great layout.  She is an ideal size for a couple or small family to explore Penobscot Bay.  Pearl is very seaworthy, economical to run and a pleasure to pilot on a trawler yacht charter.

PEARL’s interior provides sleeping for 4-5 in two cabins. She has a fully fitted V-Berth for two with ample storage. Her head and shower are below. In the main salon there is a full galley with gas stove and refrigeration. A large dining table enables family dining and then can be dropped to make up into a roomy double berth.  There is a port side birth in the main cabin as well.  Her aft deck and flybridge are protected by shady bimini canvas tops and her foredeck has ample space to handle her ground tackle.

 

Details

  • Boat Type 32 Grand Banks Trawler
  • Rate $3,000/Week high season, $2,750/week Low season
  • Berths/Berthing 4-5
  • Power Single American Diesel 140 hp FWC Diesel
  • L.O.A 32'
  • Beam 11'6"
  • Equipment & Gear MACHINERY: Engine(s): Single American Diesel 140 hp FWC Diesel. Propeller & Shaft: The 4 bladed Nibral propeller with cutter Rudder: The FRP rudder is tight in its port and in very good condition. Ventilation: Natural venting and 12 volt electric blowers TANKS: Fuel: 2 - 85 gallon aluminum Fuel delivery system: USCG approved Type A1 rubber hose & copper tubing Water: 120 gallon steel. Holding: Single 20 gallon holding tank with macerator. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: Alternators: Batteries: Circuit Protection: AC System: OEM 65 amp 2 4D wet cells for house & engine 1 24 series wet cell for Generator Thermo-magnetic circuit breakers in custom 12 & 120 volt panels 30 amp 120 volt ac system with a 50’ 30 amp cord DECK EQUIPMENT: Anchors: Fortress FX-16 with 7/16” chain leader to a 3⁄4” three strand nylon rode Windlass: Ideal 12 volt electric double gypsy/wildcat with bow foot switches SAFETY & USCG REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: Pumps: Rule 2000 with Rulematic float switch – forward Rule 1100 with Rulematic float switch – aft engine space Fire extinguisher(s): Size II BC in aft salon PFD’s: Size II BC at the helm Size II BC in V-berth Size I BC in helm locker Type IV lifering & 2 Type IV cushions 6 Type II nearshore adult PFD’s Horn: 12 volt compressed air Bell (>39.4’): Observed Flares: 4 red 12 gauge aerials exp. 9/18 First aid kit: None observed Oil Placard (26’ & longer): Observed MARPOL Trash Placard (>26’+ written plan over 40’): Observed USCG Rules: Observed NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT: Compasses: VHF/hailer: Fathometer: GPS: 4” Ritchie Helmsman at lower station 4 1⁄2” Ritchie Powerdamp on flybridge Standard Horizon Matrix GX2100 DSC & West Marine VHF500 DSC via Lowrance X47 & Garmin GPS Map 498 MFD Garmin GPS Map 498 MFD Refrigeration: Adler Barbour Cold Machine compressor with evaporation plate Stove: Shipmate 4 burner propane oven/stove with 3 – 10# OFP tanks

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