Specifications

Name: 36 Europa
Length: 36
Hull Type: Semi-Disp.
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 400 gals.
Model Years: 1988—1998
Draft: 4'0"
Beam: 12'8"
Water Capacity: 170/205 gals.
Waste Capacity: 40 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
One of Grand Bank’s most sought-after models, the 36 Europa combines graceful styling with comfortable accommodations in what is arguably one of the finest coastal cruising yachts ever produced. She’s built on the same semi-displacement hull as the Grand Banks 36 Classic, but the Europa’s flybridge extends over the aft deck and side decks resulting in a larger flybridge than most 36-footers. (Another advantage of this design is the shade afforded to the aft deck and interior at various times of the day.) Available with one or two staterooms, the Europa’s full teak interior features a space-efficient salon with L-shaped dinette to port, high-low table, helm station with deck access door, and L-shaped galley with microwave, refrigerator/freezer, and overhead storage cabinets. A two-stateroom floorplan was standard (the guest cabin has a sliding pocket door for privacy), while an equally popular single-stateroom layout has a split head design with a huge walk-in shower to starboard, and an enlarged master suite with island queen berth. Note the teak decks and cabintop. A single 135hp Lehman diesel will cruise at 7–8 knots; twin 210hp Cummins diesels cruise at 10–12 knots.

Overview

Handsome sedan trawler with classic Europa styling appeals to upscale cruisers who value nautical beauty, boat-building excellence.

Features

Highlights include elegant two-stateroom teak interior, protected side decks, extended hardtop, mast and boom, teak decks, bow pulpit, deep, prop-protecting keel. Single-stateroom layout with divided head was optional.

Comments

The gold standard in sedan trawlers.

Performance

Single 135hp Lehman diesel will cruise at 7–8 knots; twin 210hp Cummins diesels cruise at 10–12 knots.