Grand Banks Laguna Convertible FEATURE
First introduced in 1971, this unusual “Laguna” design built by Grand Banks is one of just seventy-one boats in the 11.5 meter length. The replacement model was the Eastbay design built in the mid-nineties.
A sliding door to the main salon with a convertible single berth, a small functional galley to port side with lower helm to starboard. The centerline companionway leads down to a spacious head with a separate shower stall on the starboard side, a master stateroom portside with lower double with two full size bunks, vanity and storage on the port side. She sleeps six with a queen pull out bed in the salon. Ahead to hanging lockers on starboard then forward to vee berth. She has very good storage throughout and typical Grand Banks quality finishing in the cabinetry. Teak Decks with Teak Cabinets Throughout.
Engines are CAT 3208T’s rated at 320 hp at 3,000 rpm 24 Knots WOT, Cruise at 18 to 20 Knots
Large Capacity Storage Freezer
Color 10.2″ Furono chart Plotter and Radar Display. Overlap Features Overlaying Cartography Over Radar Display. Color 7.3″ Furono Chart Plotter and Radar Display.
Furono Nav-Net GPS
Two Horizon VHF Radios
Davtron Digital Multi Display with Speed, Depth, Water Temperature and Mile Log; Upper and Lower Helm
Three Bilge Pumps
USCG Safety Equipment
AnchorLift Winch and 125 Feet of Chain Rode with a Danforth Spare Anchor with 200 feet of line.
Forward Rack with Four Taylor Fenders
Stainless Hardware and Handles Throughout
Rear Cockpit has Full Beam Lazerette Hatches, cockpit door to swim platform with ladder.
Two Nibral Propellers (Spare)
Battery Maintainer and New Batteries in 2018
Rear Cockpit Washdown System
Sliding Glass Door into Saloon.
Ladder up to Flybridge that Seats up to five with Newer Bimini Top.
Custom Closed Cell White Vinyl Foam Sunning Pads That Snap on the Bow.
Eleven Foot Zodiac RIB Dingy in Yacht White with a Middle Seat and a 15 hp Mercury Outboard with Two Three-Gallon Fuel Tanks. St. Croix Stainless Mounting Hardware to Attach Zodiac. Pulley System with Locking Line Break to Lift Zodiac to Cruise Position.
This vessel is laid out for cruising and serious fishing adventures…absolutely ready to go strong – all day long – in tough offshore conditions.
If you’re looking for a serious high performance fishing boat with the accommodations of a yacht, come see this unusual boat soon.