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2009 Grand Banks Aleutian

  • 59 ft
  • Motor Yacht
  • Yarmouth, ME, US

Yacht price :

$1,750,000

Overview

The "A MIRACLE" With a full array of factory options including larger size Naiad stabilizers and stern thruster and custom options such as a custom radar mast, canvas package along with many other items this Grand Banks Aleutian 59 is an impressive motor yacht. Add to that, impeccable maintenance and periodic equipment replacements as well as being in inside heated storage seven and a half to eight months per year and you have something that cannot be found elsewhere in the market! Please read the full specs for details!

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Grand Banks
Model:
Aleutian
Year:
2009
Category:
Power
Condition:
Used
Location:
Yarmouth, ME, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
A Miracle
Boat Type:
Motor Yacht
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Type:
Hull Color:
White
Designer:
Flag of Registry:
US

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
59 ft - 17.98 meter
LOA:
59 ft - 17.98 meter
Beam:
18 ft - 5.49 meter
Draft - max:
5 ft - 1.52 meter
Bridge Clearance:
-
Dry Weight:
-

Engine

Make:
Caterpillar
Model:
C-18
Engine(s):
2
Hours:
780
Cruise Speed:
24 MPH - 20.86 KTS
Range:
-
Joystick Control:
No
Engine Type:
Inboard
Drive Type:
Direct Drive
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Horsepower:
1000 (Individual), 2000 (combined)
Max Speed:
28 MPH - 24.33 KTS

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
1400 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
385 gallons - 2 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
110 gallons - 1 tank(s)

Accommodations

Total Cabins:
-
Total Berths:
-
Total Sleeps:
-
Total Heads:
3
Captains Cabin:
No
Crew Cabins:
-
Crew Berths:
-
Crew Sleeps:
-
Crew Heads:
-

Gallery

Descriptions

Measurements -Cruising Speed: 21 kn Cruising Speed RPM: 2000 Max Speed: 24 kn Max Speed RPM: 2300 LOA: 59 ft Beam: 18 ft Max Draft: 5 ft Displacement: 90000 lb Displacement Type: Half Load Fuel Tanks #: 1 Fuel Tanks Capacity: 1400 gal Fuel Tanks Material: Aluminum Fresh Water Tanks #: 2 Fresh Water Tanks Capacity: 385 gal Fresh Water Tanks Material: Plastic Holding Tanks #: 1 Holding Tank Capacity: 110 gal Holding Tanks Material: Plastic Number of Heads: 3

Propulsion-Engine #1, Engine Make: Caterpillar Engine Model: C-18 Primary Engines: Inboard Drive Type: Direct Drive Location: Port Engine Year: 2009 Hours: 780 Power: 1000 hp Propeller Type: 5 Blade Propeller Material: Alloy Rope Cutter: Yes                                                            Engine #2, Engine Make: Caterpillar Engine Model: C-18 Primary Engines: Inboard Drive Type: Direct Drive Location: Starboard Engine Year: 2009 Hours: 780 Power: 1000 hp Propeller Type: 5 Blade Propeller Material: Alloy Rope Cutter: Yes

Vessel Walk Thru -Grand Banks Yachts are a class apart, and that is especially evident in this Aleutian 59 which was highly optioned out at the factory, and owner customized items added to enhance her looks and functionality. Many enhancements were developed as custom items by thoughtful owners working with a knowledgeable dealer.                                              With her full satin varnished teak interior and varnished teak and holly soles this Aleutian 59 provides accommodations for up to five below decks in her three stateroom three head layout. Four reverse cycle air conditioning units are capable of keeping the interior comfortable in temperatures well below freezing to over 100 degrees. If air conditioning is not desired when temperatures are moderate, screen doors, windows, hatches and ports provide a great deal of natural light as well as ventilation. Artificial lighting is equally well thought out with extensive recessed lighting on dimmer switches in all compartments and swivel style reading lamps at all berths and settees. All hanging lockers are cedar lined and fitted with lighting               Starting below decks, the gracious Master Stateroom is furthest aft featuring a true queen size berth with large cargo drawers below and night stands either side. A built in desk/dressing table is to port with a set of drawers and cedar lined hanging locker, fitted with a safe outboard. To port is extensive storage in a bureau with drawers aft and a half height and then a full height hanging locker. A flat panel TV is at the forward bulkhead of course wired to the yachts satellite entertainment system. Adjoining the stateroom is the Master Head to starboard fitted with a separate shower stall compartment , Vacuflush W.C. and large Silestone topped vanity with under mount sink and extensive storage.                                              The single Guest Stateroom is just forward and to port. The yacht was ordered with the thought this may be used as office space, but if one desired the thwart-ship desk aft could easily be removed and a second berth installed in its place. A single berth is forward and there is plenty of storage in drawers and a hanging locker.                                                        The Day Head/Laundry is opposite to starboard, again equipped with Vacuflush W.C., vanity and locker with a stacked washer dryer unit. There is an ensuite shower in this head.                     Forward most is the VIP Stateroom with island queen berth with cargo drawer storage under and additional storage in lockers outboard. A large lined hanging locker aft and to starboard. The adjoining Private Head aft and to port incorporates a separate stall shower with seat, vanity, Vacuflush W.C. and plenty of storage.                                                              A curved stairwell leads to the Helm Deck with P&S side doors with screens, and featuring the Helm Console on centerline with all vessel navigation equipment, adjacent vessel controls including electrical panel and Stidd Chair. Aft and to starboard is the L-shaped dining settee with storage under, and two teak chairs. Varnished teak pedestal table with leaves.                                                                                                                                            The U-Shaped Galley, like the rest of the yacht, is fitted with several optional items including drop down dish lockers, additional 3/4 height storage lockers aft of the L-settee and two additional Sub-Zero freezer/refrigeration drawers adjacent to the port side door. Other equipment includes a deep double basin sink, four burner electric cook top and convection microwave oven, two standard Sub-Zero refrigeration/freezer drawers (there are a total of four) and Fisher Paykel drawer type dishwasher. There is an abundance of storage in several lockers and drawers. There is also a hidden "pass thorough" in a starboard side cabinet to hand drinks, sandwiches and the like to the flying bridge.                                  Down three steps to the Salon with L-settee with storage under to port and a varnished teak hi/ lo table with attractive inlay. To starboard there are two swivel barrel chairs with the entertainment system in a teak cabinet between them. A flat panel TV may be installed in a pop up within this cabinet (it was custom fit with a wine storage rack) while a 2nd pop up at end of the L-settee house the TV (on a swivel bracket) to optimize viewing comfort from the barrel chairs and forward end of the settee. Forward are book shelves P&S. A sliding glass door with screen is on the centerline providing easy access the the aft deck when temperatures are moderate, greatly expanding this entertainment space.                             The Aft Deck features an over 8' long settee with storage under and the optional teak table with leaves of about the same length. Hatches in the deck provide access to what can only be described as a voluminous lazarette space. The yacht was ordered with the optional wing doors so that when underway they could be closed keeping wind at bay and thereby making the space pleasant to use in a wide range of conditions.                                               A spiral molded fiberglass staircase is forward leading to the Flying Bridge while a cabinet housing a U-Line Icemaker is to starboard. After delivery to the US, a highly customized stainless and canvas package was developed to make what is normally an exposed staircase to the flying bridge fully enclosed without impacting the attractive lines of the yacht. The canvas extends aft to enclose the grill area and the two 16,000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioning units keep the space comfortable in a wide range of climates, otherwise the "smiles" in the canvas package can be opened to provide an abundance of natural ventilation. The Flying Bridge features an L-settee to starboard and a straight settee to port (both withstorage under), with Stidd Chairs forward at the helm console. Additional cabinets house a refrigeration unit for drinks, electric grill and sink.                                                           Back to the main deck where wide side decks lead forward to a door with walk in access to the engine room is on the port side, up three steps to the Portuguese Bridge with storage lockers forward and centerline access to the fore deck. Bench seating, again with storage under is forward of the bridge enclosure and additional lockers are P&S of the anchor pulpit.

• Whirlpool washer and dryer (vented) • Skysol blinds in Salong and Helm Deck • Phantom screen doors at port, starboard and aft doors • Bose premium entertainment package with speaker in Salon, Helm Deck, Flying Bridge and Aft decks with localized controls • Individual Sony AM/FM/CD stereos in Master, Guest, and VIP staterooms • Flat panel TVs in Salon, Master and VIP with individual controls • KVH Tracvision III new in 2019 and Direct TV connection to all TVs • Interior courtesy lights • Stainless steel "escape" ladder and hatch in Master Stateroom • Safe located in master Stateroom • Security alarm system installed 2011 • Full set of GB monogrammed flat ware and dishes is included • Helm Deck/Galley sole refinished 2016                                                                                                                                    Electronics                                                                                                                                  Fully upgraded in 2019 with new Raymarine Axiom Pro 16 displays, two new radar scanners, (1 4kw Magnaum and 1 2kw doppler), new autopilot displays and solid state heading sensors. A full list is below for each station.                                                                              Lower Hem: • (2) 16" Raymarine Axiom pro color radar/plotters 2019 • Raymarine i70 depth 2019 • Raymarine i70 speed 2019 • Raymarine ST70 wind point & speed • Rayamarine ST8002 auto pilot new display 2019 with solid state heading sensor • Raymarine wireless autopilot remote• Icom VHF with DSC, AIS and hailer with fog signals • Rudder angle indicator • Jabsco search light control • (2) Caterpillar MPD (digital engine displays) • Ritchie 6" binnacle mount magnetic compass • Trim Tab controls • Horn (dual trumpet Kahlenberg air horn) • 3 double pantograph Xalto windshield wipers with wash down and intermittent controls • Naiad 254 stabilizer controls • Bow & Stern Thuster Controls • Remote windlass control                                                                                                                   Flying Bridge: • (2) 16" Raymarine Axiom pro color radar/plotters 2019 • Raymarine i70 depth 2019 • Raymarine i70 speed 2019 • Raymarine ST70 wind point & speed • Raymarine ST8002 auto pilot, new display 2019 • Raymarine wireless autopilot remote • Icom VHF with DSC, AIS, and hailer with fog sound signalling • Jabsco search light control • Rudder angle indicator • (2) Caterpillar MPD (digital engine displays) • Ritchie 6" binnacle mount magnetic compass • Trim Tab controls • Horn (dual trumpet Kahlenberg air horn) • Bow and Stern Thruster controls • Naiad 254 stabilizers with datum control new display 2019 • Remote windlass control                                                                                                                                   Other: • 2 Separate radar scanners 4 kw magnum and 2 kw doppler • 406 Mhz Epirb • Engine room and aft looking cameras wired to Raymarine Axiom displays                                Mechanical Twin Caterpillar fresh water cooled 1000 HP C-18s showing 780 hours as of date of listing, provide a cruise speed in excess of 20 knots at under 80% engine load turning 5 bladed propellers on 3" shafts through Twin Disc 2:1 reduction gears.                        • Twin Disc dual lever electronic engine controls • Caterpillar Marine Power Displays (2 each station) • Slow vessel mode and electronic synchronization • Glendenning hard wired remote for engines and bow and stern thruster • New heat exchangers P&S 2015 • New starters and solenoids port 2019 starboard 2018 • After coolers serviced 2014 • Fireboy Manual/Automatic fire suppression system • Spur (line) cutters on shafts • Dual Racor fuel filters with vacuum gauges • Reverso oil change kit for engines, gears, and generator • Computank fuel and water gauges • Tankwatch level indicators for holding tank • 12 volt LED engine room lights • 120 Volt engine room lighting • 20 gallon hot water heater • 4 electric bilge pumps • Macerator pump • 2 16 KBTU reverse cycle air conditioning units (heat and cool) on flying bridge ( 1 added in 2013) • 5 16 KBTU reverse cycle air conditioning units (heat and cool) for interior spaces                                                                                         Electrical Wired for 12 Volt DC ships service with some 24 volt DC (e.g. thrusters) and 240/120 AC service. When off the dock a 3000 watt Trace inverter will manage light loads while an Onan 21.5 kw generator, showing 1280 hours as of date of listing, easily handles air conditioning loads.

12/24 Volt DC:                                                                                                                                     • Distribution panel with breakers • Volt & Amp meters • (2) 8D AGM engine starting batteries 2018 • (5) 8D AGM house and inverter batteries 2018 • (4) ( 2ea wired in series) 4D AGM bow and stern thruster batteries 2018 • Group 31 AGM generator start battery 2017 • (2) 140 amp alternators • DC 12 -24 volt converter • Mastervolt 24 volt 50 amp battery charger • Mastervolt 100 amp 12 volt battery charger                                                              240/120 Volt AC Service: • Distribution panel with breakers • Volt & amp meters • Iso-boost 50 Isolation transformer • (2) 50 amp shore power inlets aft both equipped with a Glendenning Cable master with 50 amp 75' cord • 50' 50' amp shore power cord • 2 50 amp shore power connections forward • 21 Outlets throughout including engine room and flying bridge • 20 gallon water heater (also engine supplied) • 3000 watt Mastervolt Inverter with 100 amp charging capacity • 4 total shore power adapters and splitters

Construction, Hull and Deck                                                                                                     Fiberglass hull with molded in plank lines, stainless steel capped rub rails and quarter rails. The finish is original white gel coat kept polished to a high gloss, with an Awlgrip Flag Blue boot stripe. For superior blister resistance the hull was laid up with Hydrex resin in the skin laminates and then barrier coated at the factory. Below the chines the hull is solid fiberglassand is closed cell foam cored above. The entire structure was vacuum bagged. The bottom is finished with an ablative black anti-fouling.                                                Fiberglass house and deck with cross linked closed cell PVC foam coring and with a teak deck over lay on the aft deck, side decks Portuguese bridge and flying bridge on white gel-coat. The teak deck overlay has been kept coated with Semco, a water weight coating that does not fill the grain thereby leaving a great looking non-skid finish while preventing the wear that otherwise occurs. The foredeck and aft section of the house top is finished with Moondust Awlgrip with Griptex. The house has been kept "polished" with Permanon in lieu of wax. Permanon is a nano-technology, high gloss easy to apply spray on finish. All rails, deck hardware etc. is stainless steel and kept polished and waxed.                                                   Varnished teak cap rail, all stainless steel exterior deck hardware, cleats, pop up fender cleats etc. and rails with gates in rails and bulwarks P&S. • Lofrans Tigress Horizontal drum electric windlass with rope and chain drums; foot pedal controls at bow and remote controls at both helm stations • Divided anchor locker for rope and chain • 100 lb Stainless steel Ultra Anchor with 200' chain the first 50' of which is stainless steel to mitigate mud clingage. • 80 lb Suncor stainless steel plow anchor with chain leader and 200' rode • Fresh water wash down • Wing doors P&S • Transom seat with storage under • Stairs and doors to swim platform P&S • Fiberglass swim platform with teak overlay • Swim ladder • Dinghy chocks at aft end of house top • 1000 lb Nautical Structures electro-hydraulic dinghy davit including mechanized hoist, boom lift, and right and left slew • New flying bridge enclosure 2013 • Sunbrella "Toast" canvas covers for all exterior bench seating and Stidd Chairs • Windshield side door and helm side window covers • Gas struts on all exterior seating to provide easy access to storage under • Full complement of USCG safety equipment including 12 Life jackets , Life ring, Flare Kit, 5 fire extinguishers, and bell • Switlik 6 man liferaft (last inspection 3/19)• Docking equipment: 5 fenders with covers and 10 braided dock lines • Spare propellers ($25k) • Varnished teak Ensign and YC burgee staffs • Tool chest with basic hand tool set • Varnished teak deck step box • Sea Lux manually deployed passarel/gangway 2013 • 2018 AB 12 ALX Ultra Lite Rib with steering console and Garmin color plotter • 2018 30 hp Yamaha estimated less than 10 hours use

Additional Information                                                                                                                      A MIRACLE is arguably the finest Aleutian 59 ever built. The listing broker was intimately involved with her order and it is difficult to account for the collaborative hours spent given to detailed discussions about the options, layout, fabrics etc. Since delivery she has been lightly used and in inside heated storage leaving the yard just before Memorial Day and and returning Columbus Day weekend each year. When away from the yard a seasonal full time Captain has kept her to the highest standard as has the yard that assisted with her commissioning and stored her every year since.

Default Disclaimer - 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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Disclaimer: 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/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate 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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