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Known for her beauty and practicality, the Grand Banks 32 is one of the best-selling small trawlers ever produced. A total of 861 were built during her production years, and used models are always in demand. (Note that she was built of wood until 1973.) With her classic trawler profile, solid construction, and single-stateroom teak interior, the 32 Sedan is a head-turner wherever she goes. The salon/pilothouse includes and convertible dinette and settee aft with a small galley forward to port. Helm visibility is very good, and large side windows provide panoramic views of the water. Below, there are V-berths in the private stateroom and a hand-held shower in the head. The flybridge seats six adults. A prominent feature of the Grand Banks 32 is her wide side decksgetting around is uncommonly easy and secure. Also notable is the exterior brightworkthis is not a low-maintenance boat. A full-length skeg protects the underwater gear, and hard aft chines stabilize the ride. Powered with a single Lehman diesel, the 32 Sedan will cruise at 67 knots (at nearly three gallons per hour!) with a range of nearly 500 nautical miles.
Overview Polished sedan cruisier still commands admiration for her classic trawler profile, top-notch construction, unsurpassed resale value.
Features Single-stateroom interior with convertible salon settees, fully equipped galley is perfect for the cruising couple. Large engineroom provides good service access. Cockpit is large enough for fishing. Superb fit and finish throughout.
Comments Wood construction until 1973. Long keel protects prop and rudder. Total of 861 were built.
Performance Cruise at 6-8 knots with single 120hp or 135hp Lehman diesel.