36'Classic "1994" The cleanest you will find anywh

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36'Classic "1994" The cleanest you will find anywh

Postby richp » Wed Sep 07, 2016 10:37 am

Single engine Cat 3208NA 2670 hrs, Westerbeke 5kw genset, Nautica rigid inflatable w/5hp Honda, constantly upgraded, and ready to cruise. If you have a serious interest contact me through this site and I will forward pics, options and upgrades. Please serious inquiries only! You can visit some of my previous posts to see that I am a hands on, meticulous owner. This vessel has to be seen!
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Postby richp » Wed Sep 07, 2016 11:10 am

Sorry the asking price was cut off in the Subject area (too many characters for the space) She is located in Rock Hall, Md. and the price is 195,000 US. Also attached a few more pics.
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Postby richp » Wed Sep 07, 2016 11:22 am

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Postby richp » Wed Sep 07, 2016 11:24 am

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Postby richp » Wed Sep 07, 2016 11:28 am

Sorry for all the replies can't seam to post all pics to one post.
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Prepping new fresh water tanks

Postby richp » Thu Feb 09, 2017 2:35 pm

Stainless steel 316L tanks. Installing when weather is more favorable here in the northeast.
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Postby Orin Guidry » Fri Feb 10, 2017 12:21 am

Beautiful boat. Mine is similar but four years older.

I assume that you had leaking water tanks? The new ones look great. How did you get the old tanks out? My boat has two 77 gallon tanks and it looks like you are going to go back with three 55 gallon tanks. So that the case? Any other helpful tips?

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Postby Orin Guidry » Fri Feb 10, 2017 12:31 am

Beautiful boat. Mine is similar but four years older.

I assume that you had leaking water tanks? The new ones look great. How did you get the old tanks out? My boat has two 77 gallon tanks and it looks like you are going to go back with three 55 gallon tanks. So that the case? Any other helpful tips?

Thanks!
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Tank removal and my sketches

Postby richp » Fri Feb 10, 2017 3:15 am

Orin, The original tanks were fabricated with 1/8" aluminum and I cut them into manageable pieces with a sawsall equipped with good quality fine tooth blades. The process went very quickly and they were out in a couple of hours. I spent many hours with the design and dimensions of the new ones though. Once I drew what I thought was going to work, I then built a mock up with a few pieces of 1" x 2" lumber. I then took them to the boat for a trial run. As it turns out I had to change a few dimensions to be able to place them through the existing hatches. My plan now is to prep and paint the lazarette and all of the framing members for a clean replacement. I am going to try to attach my sketches to this post. A word of caution to anyone who may replace their tanks on a similar size GB is to build the templates to insure the right fit. The slightest difference could very costly.
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Added a few in process photos of the water tank install

Postby richp » Wed May 10, 2017 5:42 am

Water tank install went well so I posted a few pics. Also caulked access hatches and replaced bungs.
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Postby fishing fool » Thu May 11, 2017 7:21 pm

I can only dream! Gorgeous boat!!
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Adjustment in asking price "For Sale by Owner"

Postby richp » Wed Jun 28, 2017 2:28 pm

Asking price revised to 178,000 (US)

"Heaven Sent" has just been polished and polymer coated from waterline to Bimini top with Aquatech Premier finish. She has been bottom coated with Interlux Micron extra and all new zincs are installed, in other words she is ready to go!!! She is on the hard in the northern Chesapeake Bay region currently and will be transported on her own bottom to southeast Florida as of Nov,2017

An "out of the water" survey was performed on 05/30/2017 by a Member of Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors (AMS # 906) The results of the survey concluded the "CONDITION SUMMARY is ABOVE AVERAGE" (a 5 out of a possible 6 condition rating) By a definition developed by BUC RESEARCH, "above average condition" is a vessel which has had above average care and is equipped with extra electrical and electronic gear.
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Heaven Sent specs

Postby richp » Thu Jun 29, 2017 1:31 pm

1994 36 Grand Banks Classic

Construction
Hand laid fiberglass
Interlux epoxy undercoat (soda blasted, no blisters found, 5 layers of barrier coat applied, 2007)
Gel-coated fiberglass exterior (hull and super structure polished and polymer coated to a “like new appearance” (2017)
Painted Boot-top (2015)

Mechanical Equipment
Single Caterpillar 3208 NA (210 HP diesel) 2640 hrs.
Caterpillar service completed at 2000 hrs. include fuel injectors, new hoses, rebuilt water pump, new risers, exhaust hose back to muffler, heat exchanger removed and flushed, and new gaskets on cooling system.
Side Power 7 hp bow thruster, twin prop lower unit (2015)
Westerbeke 5.0 Kw genset 2244 hrs.w/sound enclosure and hydro-lift muffler
Bilge pump, manual
Drip pan under engine, FRP
Engine raw water intake strainers
Fresh water outlet in engine room
Fuel tanks, black iron, baffled, 402 USG total
Propeller, 4 blade bronze ( vessel maintains 2800 rpm. @ WOT. ,to spec.)
Aquamet “19” stainless steel 2” propeller shaft
Seacocks on all thru-hulls below waterline (all greased and fully functional)
Racor fuel filters on main engine and genset
Steering, mechanical
Tiller, emergency
Struts, bronze with rubber bearings
Stuffing Box w/ gortex packing
Throttle and gear shift controls, dual station
Water tanks, 316L Stainless (2017)
Fireboy auto/manual fire suppression system in engine compartment (2014)

Electrical Equipment
Balmor alternator, 100 amp.(2009)
Life-line AGM 6 volt house batteries (2009)Main engine battery (2015)
Victron “century” 100 amp. battery Charger with remote meter @ lower helm
Battery selector switch
Bilge pumps, automatic, 12 volt
Bonding system
Cable, tinned-copper
Carbon monoxide detectors
Circuit breakers on all circuits
Engine room blowers, 12 volt, port & starboard side (2016)
Engine room lights, 110 & 12 VOLT
Fresh water system, pressurized, 12 volt
Ground fault circuit interrupters
Holding tank with pump out, 12 volt, 30 USG
(Hoses replaced 2016 to holding tank)
Indicator light, bilge pump
Indicator light, reverse polarity
Navigation lights, 12 volt
Shore power inlets, AC, bow and stern
30 amp-50 amp splitter (2012)
Spreader lights on mast, 12 volt, rewired 2012
Remote control search light (2016)
TV inlet at stern
Seward 11 gal. Water heater (2008)
Fusion marine ipod/am/fm stereo with sub woofer, speakers and remotes located at upper and lower stations (2012)
Sony 19” flat screen located in salon w/Glomex TV antenna

Exterior Equipment
Air horn
Tigres Lofran windless
Delta fortress anchor w/150’ (3/8BBB) chain rode
Danforth anchor w/rode
Anchor chain locker
Anchor platform, fiberglass, with pulpit and
bow roller
Anchor windlass locker, fiberglass
Ball valves on thru hull above water line, bronze
Bulwark caps, teak, stripped and varnished (2015)
Chocks and cleats, stainless steel
Deck fillers, diesel fuel and water,
stainless steel
Decking, teak on main decks, 70% re-caulked (2008-2015)
Engine room vents
Flagstaff holders, bow and stern
Grab rails, stainless steel
Navigation light boards, teak
Mast and boom, hinged, aluminum ,stripped and powdercoated, rewired,rebuilt (2012)
Rail gates, port and starboard
Safety rails on main deck, Stainless steel
Skylight hatch w/ screens
Stanchions, stainless steel
Step plates at rail gate openings
Vents for fuel and water tanks
Waste pump-out deck fittings
Window frames, painted teak, stripped and painted (2008-2015)
Textaline window covers (2014)
Windshield, center opening
Canvas covers, on bridge seats, bridge dash, boom lift motor, name boards, flag poles, transom, and dinghy
Nautica 9’ inflatable hard bottom dinghy w/5hp Honda outboard (2008)
Electric boom dinghy winch ,12 volt
Magma rail mounted SS barbecue w/cover (2011)

Fly bridge
Alarm panel, engine temperature and oil pressure
Compass
Decking, teak (re-caulked 2013)
Electronics locker
Eyebrow, teak
Gas cylinder storage w/10 gal horiz. tank
Instrumentation panel
Outlets, 12 volt DC
Safety rails, stainless steel
Seats with cushions
Steering wheel, teak
Storage boxes under seats with teak grating

Aft Deck
Decking, teak
Gratings in lazarette, teak
Hatch to lazarette
Ladder to flybridge
Rail gate
Scuppers, stainless steel
Swim platform, teak
Swim ladder
Transom boarding steps, teak
Transom shower
hot/cold
Transom, teak stripped and varnished (2012)
All exterior varnish gets two top coats each spring

Main Salon
Arm chair, teak
Bar cabinet, teak, dry
Electronics locker, teak
Grating in engine room, teak
Hatches to engine room
Settee, L-shaped, Ultra Suede
Sliding window, teak
Stereo with speakers (2012)
TV/outlet
Drop leaf yacht table, teak w/Norsap hyd. Cyl (2015)
Crusair 12,000 btu air conditioner unit (2012)
Sony 19” Flat screen TV

Galley
Control panel, LPG, 12 volt
Dish locker fwd of galley
Drawers, teak
Exhaust blower, 12 volt
Faucet, single lever
Garbage bin, fiberglass
Princess 3-burner range/oven, LPG
Frigoboat ,keel cooled ,Refrigerator ,12 volt (2010)
Sink, S.S. single bowl w/teak cover

Helm Area
Alarm panel, engine temperature and oil pressure
Compass
Control panel, AC/DC
Indicator light, bilge pumps, engine room light
Indicator light, reverse polarity
Instrumentation panel
Outlet, 12 volt DC
Steering wheel, teak
Furuno Radar, upper and lower
Shipmate RS-8300, upper and lower
Brooks and Gatehouse depth, upper and lower
Robertson AP-3000 auto pilot, upper and lower
Weems and Plath clock and barometer
Garmin 4208 Chart plotter (2010)

Staterooms
Bureau with drawers, teak - aft cabin
Drawers under V-berth - forward cabin
Hanging lockers with lined cedar wood
Mirrors
Reading lamps
Sliding and fixed windows,
V-berth , Forward

Heads
Indicator light, holding tank
Whale Gulper shower drain pump, aft cabin (2012)
Sink/countertop, cultured marble
Vacu-Flush head, aft cabin, seals replaced 2016
Towel rack,
Grating in shower, teak

Throughout the Interior
Bulkheads, teak and Formica
Grab rails, teak
Headlining
Lighting, halogen 12 volt
Outlets, AC
Sole, teak parquet
Valances, teak
Windows, safety glass


Heaven Sent has been a dependable, well cared for vessel. She is currently docked in Rock Hall, Maryland and will be relocated to Fl. east coast 11/2017. She is beautiful in condition and turnkey. All her systems are in working condition and ready to cruise for the next discriminating owner.

Owner can be contacted as follows:
(609) 221-1558 cell#

“Please, serious inquiries only”

Full copy of survey available on request
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Postby reverendbob » Sun Aug 20, 2017 1:18 am

Pretty! What's her hull number?
Cheers,
Bob

"If it's gonna happen, it'll happen out there"

"Don't worry about old age, it doesn't last long"
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Hull number

Postby richp » Tue Aug 22, 2017 7:37 pm

Thanks Bob, she is hull # 1062. I noticed your hull is 1066. What area do cruise in?
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