My wife and I are going to sell our 1972 Grand Banks Alaskan 49. She's been well cared for, and we love her, but we're wanting to get a sailboat that we can do some longer distance cruising in.
Work done or parts added in Sept-Nov 2016 (accomplished by Port Townsend Shipwrights Co-Op):
Lifeline 8d batteries (x6),
160 amp balmar alternators (x2) with external regulator.
New blue Seas panel
New wiring through out (removed all the old retired in place stuff too)
LED lighting in engine room
Removed complete coolant system from both engines cleaned/repaired/reinstalled.
all new sound dampening and wood trim throughout engine room.
Hull painted with Brightsides (Blue Glow white)
New seam compound in a significant portion of the topsides.
Repositioned engine thru-hulls for better access.
Fresh bottom paint
Much of the existing waterlines were replaced with PEX tubing.
She also had a significant rebuild in 2010-2012 (by Sunnfjord Yachts), at that time the following was added:
Twin ford 2715E engines (~1100 hours on them now) With all new fiberglass exhaust.
Onan 9.5 Generator (~300 hours I think now)
all horizontal surfaces have fiberglass on them; no teak decks.
Diamond Seaglaze windows and doors
LED lighting in Saloon and Pilothouse
Raymarine e12 with open array radar
Galleymaid windlass (I added a 105lbs Mantus Anchor last summer).
Custom radar tower and windlass box.
New Aluminum Fuel and Stainless Water tanks
New water system (heater, pump, accumulator tank, etc)
New Props/Shafts/Couplings/Cutlass Bearings and PYI dripless shaft seals.
In April I installed a Steelhead Marine 600lbs electric-hydraulic davit.
Those are definitely only partial lists.. It's actually really hard to think of everything that's been done off the top of my head haha. Anyway, the pilot house was painted last spring and the bulwarks and cabin sides were painted this month. We're currently working on refinishing the brightwork.
When I added the Davit, I bought a new Highfield 310AL and a 2012 Suzuki 15hp. I wasn't planning on selling this with the boat, but I might reconsider with the right offer.
She is currently kept in a covered slip. We also have a full canvas cover that extends nearly to the waterline.
Asking $190k. Located in Port Orchard, Washington. We may also consider trade for a center cockpit Sailboat in the 45-50' range.