Gran Mariner 43′ Flybridge Coastal Cruiser

Posted 09 August 2018 | Powerboats   

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SOLD!

Rare find. Fully equipped live aboard, offered at reduced price..

General:

  • Gran Mariner 43’
  • Named “Too Easy”
  • Fiberglass flybridge Coastal Cruiser
  • Built by Delta County Boats in Walnut Grove CA in 1979
  • Loa 46’
  • Lod 43’
  • Draft 2’
  • Beam 13’
  • 7 GRT
  • Duel Station Hydraulic Steering
  • Hauled 2018

Engines:

  • 2 Chrysler V-8 gasoline engines
Fresh water cooled
  • oil pressure water temperature, tachometer, fuel gauge and charging voltage
  • PSS dripless shaft seal
  • The engine compartment also houses the generator, steering gear, battery installation and two of the vessel’s two 50 gallon fuel tanks

Electrical and Electronics:

  • 8 Interstate flooded group 27 batteries
  • West marine 40 amp battery charger
30 amp shore power
  • Standard Horizon Eclipse with whip antenna
  • Saturn 4” Compass
  • MCXP43 digital media marine receiver
  • 
Ships Bell 6” brass

Ground Tackle:

  • Delta plow with 30’ of 3/8” chain and 200’ of three strand nylon line
  • 
25# Danforth
  • Lewmar electric vertical windless

Interior:

  • Air Conditioning
  • 2- 50 Gallon plastic fresh water tanks
  • 12 gallon 115 vac household type water heater
  • Princess three burner electric stove with oven
  • Kenmore microwave
  • Kenmore household type front loading refrigerator with upper freezer compartment
  • Double stainless steel sinks.
  • Blue tile counters
  • Marine sanitation device: Electrasan Type I MSD
  • 
Raised flybridge forward and large passenger area aft, with bench seats on each side and a large fiberglass storage box on center.
  • The upper deck is fully covered, with a folding bimini over the flying bridge and connecting stainless steel framed awning with side curtains that extend down and tie off to the main deck railings.
  • The flybridge helm station has full engine controls and instrumentation.
  • The cabin is accessed via two sliding doors located on the starboard side, just aft of the foredeck step down, and from the aft deck.
  • The cabin is arranged with a forward private cabin with large single berths on each side.
  • A hatch to the anchor chain locker is located forward between the berths, and an overhead cabin top hatch opens for light and ventilation.
  • There is storage below the berths and hanging lockers aft on each side.
  • Three steps lead up to the salon area, with L-shaped settee to port and lower helm station to starboard.
  • Moving aft and down three steps is a dinette, which connects to a double to port and in-line galley with electric stove, double stainless steel sinks and full sized front loading refrigerator/freezer.
  • Aft of the dinette on the port is a private head with separate stall shower.
  • The aft master cabin has a queen sized berth to port and hanging lockers, drawers and a deck to starboard.
  • The master cabin sliding door, just aft of the desk, steps out to the aft deck.

Deck and Additional:

  • The foredeck has a single anchor bow roller, hawse pipe, vertical electric windless and stainless steel tubular bow railing.
  • Walking aft, the foredeck steps down to side decks, leading along the cabin trunk on both sides to the aft deck.
  • The side and aft deck have 28” high stainless steel stanchions that support teak hand rails.
  • The aft deck has three hatches, which open to the engine compartment.
  • A ladder on the aft deck to port leads up to the upper deck with raised flybridge forward and large passenger area aft, with bench seats on each side and a large fiberglass storage box on center.
  • The upper deck is fully covered, with a folding bimini over the flying bridge and connecting stainless steel framed awning with side curtains that extend down and tie off to the main deck railings.
  • The flybridge helm station has full engine controls and instrumentation
  • All Safety equipment

Vessel availability is subject to prior sale or withdrawal without notice. Specifications given are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated.

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