1996 Grand Banks 42 Motoryacht

Waterlily

YACHT DETAILS: 1996 Grand Banks 42 Motoryacht

LOCATION

ASKING PRICE

STATUS

LENGTH

MAX DRAFT

BEAM

BRIDGE CLEARANCE

Deltaville, VA
$235,000 USD
Active
42 ft
4.5 ft
14.08 ft
23 ft

ENGINE YEAR

ENGINE MAKE

ENGINE MODEL

CABIN(S)

HEAD(S)

FUEL TANK

FRESH WATER TANK

HOLDING TANK

N/A
Caterpillar
3208
3
2
(1) 600|gallon
(1) 237|gallon
(1) 50|gallon

Waterlily is a rare offering of a Grand Banks 42 Motoryacht.  This vessel has been professionally maintained under current ownership, by Zimmerman Marine in Virginia, and has numerous upgrades. It presents like a much newer boat.  Side decks and foredeck are fiberglass, aft deck and flybridge have teak under foot.  The fiberglass on the hull, decks and superstructure is in excellent condition, the teak decking is well-founded and the brightwork, on the handrails and toerails, is breathtaking. 

The interior presents like a much larger boat, with clever use of space in this 3-cabin layout.  The raised aft deck creates a large aft cabin with excellent headroom and the guest quarters have an open plan feel with the pullman-style berth to port and V-berth in the bow. The large, light salon and galley is well appointed with plenty of space for people to move around freely.

You cannot do better than buy a boat that has been actively cruised and maintained.  With twin Caterpillar 3208 (210 HP) engines, this boat moves through the water at a comfortable 8 knots.  Under current ownership, Waterlily has done numerous trips along the ICW to Florida, South Carolina & North Carolina as well as around the Chesapeake Bay.  In the summer of 2021, Waterlily and her crew adventured to Lake Champlain and New England, turning heads along the way.

Bridge clearance is 24′ with the mast up and 16’6″ with the mast down.  Fuel consumption is approximately 4 GPH at cruising speed. 
Cruising speed is 8 knots at 1800 RPM with a top speed of 11knots.

Equipment and upgrades include:

Twin Caterpillar 3208, 210 HP engines (recent survey completed)

Westerbeke 8KW Generator

PSS shaft seals (2019)

New rudders & cutlass bearings (2021)

Reverse Cycle Aircon (3 units)

ROCNA 44lb Anchor w/ 225′ Chain 

Stidd Captains chair at flybridge helm (2021)

St Croix Davits

Bimini and 3-sided enclosure on flybridge (2020)

Bimini on aft deck (2020)

Garmin touchscreen chartplotters at each helm (2021)

Garmin Radar (2019)

Raymarine ST8002 Autopilot

Custom mast lowering system (2021)

Do not miss out on this gem!  Waterlily is ready to take you on your next adventure.

Brokers who wish to introduce this yacht to their clients should call the listing broker about co-brokerage arrangements.

Interior

Access is either through a new, aluminum door, into the aft salon on the port side; or through a door on the starboard side at the helm.  On entering the boat, one is struck by the classic Grand Banks parquet flooring, the warm honey tones of the wood and the large windows, shedding copious amounts of light.  All side windows slide open giving good ventilation and blinds can be raised or lowered.

Aft of the port entry is a bench seat with the freezer & counter top between it and the bulkhead.  Forward is the well appointed galley with overhead cabinet, fridge, stove & microwave and plentiful storage in cabinets, drawers and in opening hatches in the dashboard.  

The helm is forward, starboard with a solid teak wheel and engine controls close to hand.  Instruments & gauges can be found on the dashboard, the starboard side of the wheel and overhead.  Large windows with windshield wipers provide excellent visibility and the door allows easy access to the side deck.  A custom fold-down teak seat is mounted on a cabinet aft of the door.  The cabinet contains drawers & a cabinet with custom pull-out shelves.

The dinette is aft of the helm and has a large L-Shaped settee, removable solid teak table with leaves, and storage in table top and beneath.  Two teak stools can be used for overflow guest, allowing seating for extra guests .

The engine room and utilities are accessed through the cabin sole via a number of hinged/removable hatches. 

Access to the guest cabins and head is midships,  between the galley and the helm. Three steps down to:
*large, open plan guest cabin to port, with double, Pullman berth, storage drawers and cabinets as well as hanging locker which has been converted in to a custom tool locker, full length mirror, overhead hatch; a sliding door can be closed for privacy
*the V-berth, with overhead hatch, storage beneath and lockers, port & starboard; access to the anchor locker at the foot of the berth
* head with basin, Vacuflush toilet and separate shower to starboard

The aft stateroom is in the stern with light from all-round windows and a hatch from the deck of the flybridge, for ventilation.  Queen berth with new (2021) foam mattress, storage drawers down both hulls with extensive counter tops and hanging lockers.  The head, with Vacuflush toilet & basin are forward, port and the shower compartment is forward, starboard. A TV and fan are on the port bulkhead. 

  • Princess 3-burner electric stove w/ oven
  • Counter top folds down over stove when not in use, under side of counter top has s/s heat shield.
  • GE Microwave
  • Frigoboat front loading refrigerator (2017)
  • Frigoboat front loading freezer (2017)
  • Single S/S sink
  • Hot & cold pressurized water
  • Formica countertops
  • Storage cabinet above counter, drawers and cabinets below counter
  • Storage in compartments in dashboard (port side)
  • ‘Pantry’ storage in drawers and pull-out shelves on starboard side
  • 3 Steps up with S/S hand rail
  • S/S handrails
  • Teak decking
  • Mast w/
    Spreaders
    Radar
    Deck lights
    Cleat
    Hinged base for easy lowering
  • L-Shaped settee to starboard w/ teak table
  • Magma Propane BBQ on port rail
  • Bench seating forward – seats face fore and aft
  • Storage beneath all flybridge seating
  • STIDD adjustable captains chair (2021) on custom mount, starboard
  • Teak wheel, varnished
  • Flybridge instruments (see electronics), engine controls & gauges on dashboard
  • Storage under dashboard, port
  • Perspex Windscreen/splash screen w/ S/S handholds
  • Bimini w/ 3-sided enclosure (2020)
  • Canvas privacy screens
  • Cushions
  • Dashboard instrument & wheel cover
  • 2013
    Engine mounts reconditioned 
    Prop shafts replaced 
    Crush tubes for exhaust system replaced
    New cables from flybridge steering
  • 2018
    Generator heat exchanger de-scaled
    Generator raw water & fuel injector pumps replaced
  • 2019
    Engines painted
    Raw water pumps replaced
    PSS dripless seals
  • 2021
    New engine harnesses 
    Port fuel injector rebuilt
    New rudders 
    New cutlass bearings
    Engines serviced October 2021
    Engine Survey completed November 2021 (no major issues)
  • Westerbeke 8KW Generator w/ 702 hours. (2005)
  • ProMariner Pronautic 1250p Battery Charger (2017)
  • Heart Freedom 2500W Inverter/Charger
  • MarineAir Reverse Cycle Aircon – 2 units (16 000/12 000 BTU)
  • MarinAire Reverse Cycle Aircon – 12 000 BTU aft cabin (2021)
  • Seaward 20G water heater
  • 220V/125V/12V Electrical system
  • Electrical panel near lower helm
  • 2 x 50 A  Hubbel showerpower inlets (bow and stern)
  • 2 x 25′ 50A shorepower cables
  • 2 x Deka AGM 8D  start batteries (2020)
  • 1 x Deka AGM 8D Generator start battery (2020)
  • 2 x Deka AGM 8D house batteries (2017)
  • Battery set up reconfigured (2017)
  • Raymarine ST 8002 Autohelm w/ controls at lower helm & flybridge (rebuilt 2016)
  • Raymarine i40 Depthsounder
  • Garmin 7608xsv (lower helm) (2016)
  • Garmin 7612 (flybridge) in custom mounted NavPod (2016)
  • Garmin GMR18XHD Radar on mast (2019)
  • Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF (Flybridge) (2019)
  • Standard Horizon Spectrum VHF (lower helm)
  • Pioneer EEQ Mosfet 50W x 4  Bluetooth Stereo  w/ speakers
  • Samsung TV in aft cabin
  • 6 PFD’s
  • 2 Jim Buoys
  • Lifesling
  • Docklines
  • Fenders
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Electric bilge pumps
  • High water alarm (2018)
  • High volume (1000 GPH) manual bilge pump below salon floor 
  • Air Horn
  • Mast lowering system – pole, block & tackle, cradle
  • New foam mattress in aft cabin (2021)
  • Fitted sheets & bedspreads for guest cabins
  • Vacuflush toilets
  • ‘John Deere’ raised seat for flybridge
  • Flybridge cushions
  • Teak stools (2)
  • Custom tool locker
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    The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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    Jon and Anne Hutchings
    YaZu Yachting
    Deltaville, VA 23043
    jon@yazuyachting.com
    804-567-0093
    anne@yazuyachting.com
    804-567-0092

    Contact the listing brokers, Jon or Anne Hutchings at YaZu Yachting in the heart of Deltaville, boating capital of Virginia.
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