Zingara

Zingara

Basic Information

Price: $269,900 USD
Builder: GRAND BANKS.
Category: Trawler, .
Model: Classic
Model Year: 1989
Year Built: 1989
Vessel Top: Bimini Top

Bradford Marine Yacht Sales
Phone: 954-377-3900
Email: sales@bradford-marine.com
Fax: 954-377-3901

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Dimensions

LOA: 47' 1" (14.35)
Beam: 14' 9" (4.50)
Max Draft: 4' 3" (1.30)

Speed, Capacities and Weight

Cruise Speed: 10
Max Speed: 18 Knots
Gross Tonnage: 25
Water Capacity: 276gal (1045ltr)
Water Tank Material: Aluminum
Holding Tank: 45gal (170ltr)
Fuel Capacity: 600gal (2271ltr)
Fuel Tank Material: Steel

Accommodations

Total Cabins: 2
Total Berths: 2
Total Berths: 2
Sleeps: 6
Total Heads: 2
Captain Quarters: False

Hull and Deck Information

Hull Material: Fiberglass
Deck Material: Teak over Fiberglass
Hull Configuration: Semi-Displacement
Hull Designer: Kenneth Smith
Hull Color: White
Hull Finish: Gelcoat
Exterior Designer: Grand Banks
Interior Designer: Dick Loh

Engine Information

Manufacturer: Caterpillar
Model: 3208TA
Engine Count: 2
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Type: Inboard
Horsepower Engine 1: 375
Horsepower Engine 2: 375

Location of Vessel

Florida United States

 

Description

This Grand Banks 46 Classic shines among the competition!  ZINGARA (Italian for gypsy woman) is ready to cruise; all you need is provisioning and clothes. Her program of upgrades and preventive maintenance has prepared her to be a dependable and eye-catching cruiser for many years to come.

The queen-size walk-around bed and abundant drawer and closet space enhances liveabilty and comfort. The optional down galley layout includes spacious refrigeration (two refrigerators, one top loading freezer), and a laundry area forward. Central vacuum makes it easy to her keep clean. This vessel is well laid out for a liveaboard couple or long range cruising. Her twin Caterpillar 3208T/A engines provide smooth and efficient cruising at 9-10 knots at 1500-1600 rpm. An 8Kw generator with ample food, water and waste storage allows for journeys off the grid.

This vessel’s tanks, decks and mechanical systems have been professionally maintained. These tanks are in above average condition; they have been inspected.  ZINGARA’s hull and superstructure receive periodic waxing and polishing. Her teak decks are dry, in good condition. Her varnish work has been maintained in excellent condition, including epoxy barrier coating to her transom topped with coats of Pettit 2015 varnish in 2018. Her bottom was professionally stripped in recent years and barrier coats applied.  All maintenance records for this vessel are available onboard 24/7, including engine oil analysis since 2011.

ZINGARA provides a unique opportunity to acquire a polished and elegant motor vessel maintained by careful and knowledgeable owners and overseen by the boatyard which originally commissioned the boat. Since purchasing this vessel in 2017, she has exceeded the current owner’s expectations for sea worthiness, liveaboard comfort and reliability over thousand of miles of cruising from the Great Lakes to Florida. Given the vessel’s good shape and history of care by its prior owners, the current owners have taken the approach to be proactive on maintenance as well.

 

Galley

Double stainless steel sink

Refrigeration: Nova Kool units (2 refrigerators & one freezer)

U-Line Icemaker

Stove: Princess electric 3 burner stove and oven

Microwave: Sharp Convection Oven

 

Electrical Equipment

Alternator, each engine

Heavy duty engine starting batteries with fiberglass boxes

(2) Sentry Battery chargers

(1) Charles Battery charger

Battery selector switch

Automatic 12 volt bilge pump

Bonding system

2 Carbon monoxide detectors

Circuit breakers on all systems

Engine room blowers – 12 volt

Engine room lights – 12 volt & florescent

Pressurized fresh water system – 12 volt, Groco Sr.

VHF radios

Galvanic isolator

Generator amp and volt meters

MDKD 9 kW generator with sound shield

Ground fault circuit interrupters

PVC holding tank with pump out – 12 volt

Bilge pump indicator light

Reverse polarity indicator light

Navigation lights – 12 volt

Shore power inlets at bow and stern

Spreader lights on mast – 12 volt

Raritan Hot Water heater

50 Amp shore power cord

Upgrades

1/1/2012 Rebuild and re-upholster barrel chairs; recover helmsman seat
2/1/2012 New Zodiac 310 Cadet Rib w/ Tohatsu 20hp electric start & tilt engine
2/12/2012 Install Central Vac
3/12/2012 Soda blast, barrier coat, and paint bottom
3/1/2012 Sand, prime, and Awlgrip mast & boom-New custom Harken hardware
3/12/2012 Install new LED spreader, masthead & anchor lights
3/12/2012 Install raw water exhaust alarm on port and starboard engines
3/12/2012 Install new electronics
Furuno Navnet 3D Color 12.1″ MFD
Furuno Navnet 3D Ultra High Definition 24″ 4KW Radar Dome
Furuno GP 330B NMEA 2000 GPS Sensor
Furuno NavPilot 700 @ both stations
Furuno NavNet 3D Hub 101
NEMA 2000 Network
Furuno FA 30 Black Box AIS Receiver
KVH Trackvision M1 with 12V Direct TV Receiver/Controller
Jensen 24″ LED TV 12 V
NavPod Powerpod for MFD
New antennas for electronics
Furuno Transducer
Lenovo ThinkPad w/ Nobeltec TimeZero Trident navigation software
3/12/2012 Install new U-Line ice maker
4/12/2012 Install Seagull IV X-1F Drinking Water System for Galley & Ice maker
5/1/2012 Add Bimini Extension
5/1/2012 Alpine CDA Full Marine CD Player; Sirius Satellite Radio Interface with Tuner & Antenna
Four JL Audio 7.7″ Marine speakers
Alpine Remote
5/1/2012 Upgrade dinghy lifting system
5/1/2012 Install Blue Sea volt and amp meters
6/12/2012 Install Racor Vacuum Gauges on fuel filters
7/1/2012 Replace Gruenert refrigeration with three 12V/120V Nova Kool units (two refrig & one freezer)
9/12/2012 Add 2nd battery charger for house batteries
9/12/2012 Add dedicated circuit breakers for battery chargers
9/12/2012 Install Bose sound system in salon & Blue Tooth DVD Player
4/5/2013 Install new ICOM M604 Fixed Mount VHF w/ Command MIC 111
4/6/2013 Install 7″ Hailer Horn
4/25/2013 Install AirSep air filters on both CAT engines
4/25/2013 Install Salt Water Wash-down @ bow
4/25/2013 Awl Grip boot stripe
5/31/2013 Install helm seat and foot rest
2/28/2014 Replace Tohatsu engine with Yamaha
6/26/2014 Install Airmar / Glomex weather system
7/1/2014 Install new convection microwave

 

Exterior Equipment

Air horn

Anchor chain locker – divided for rope & chain

Anchor platform – fiberglass with pulpit

Anchor windlass locker – fiberglass

Boom crutch – aluminum

Teak bulwark caps

Bronze chocks & cleats

Fiberglass deck box on foredeck

Bronze deck fillers – water & diesel

Teak decking on front, side, aft and flybridge decks – in above average condition

Engine room vents

Flagstaff holders, bow & stern

Salt water outlet forward

Fresh water outlet in aft cockpit

Stainless steel grab rails

Steps to fly bridge

Extended teak swim platform with ladder, replaced in 2005

Teak name and hail boards

Teak navigation light boards

Hinged aluminum mast & boom – GB 49 size

Port and starboard boarding gates

Teak safety rail on main deck

Teak scrolls

Skylight hatches

Teak staffs, bow & stern

Stainless steel stanchions

Step plates at boarding gates

Transom door

Vents for fuel & water tanks

Stainless steel waste pump out fittings

Lofrans anchor windlass w/ chain, rope, 2 anchors

Teak transom

Hinged lazarette hatch

Stainless steel scuppers

Transom shower with Hot & cold water

Heads

Vacu-Flush Land and Sea (2)

Maintenance

Covered dry storage in offseason

Oil Changed at the end of each season

All systems winterized by Dickerson Harbor at the end of each season

Engine zincs checked annually, replaced as necessary (last changed in 2016)

Both engine heat exchangers were cleaned in 2012

Genset heat exchanger and hoses replaced in 2012

Genset exhaust hose replaced in 2013

Genset alternator replaced in 2013

Genset new fuel pump 2013

Engine impellers changed in 2015

2017

Bow thruster motor disassembled to replace sheered Lovejoy coupling. Coupler modified with one-inch steel extension welded and machined. New Lovejoy coupling installed and motor reassembled.

Windlass, replace two broken mounting studs. Failure, stress corrosion cracking. New 300 series stainless studs installed.

Engine raw water system cleaned with Rid-Lyme

Replace stud in rudder post with temporary SS stud

Cleaned holding tank level sensor

Replaced aft VacuFlush pump bellows and motor with new quieter kit.

Replaced temperature sensor and repaired cracked resonator on Onan generator

Replace all engine zincs

Repaint all 29 window frames.

Replace port engine alternator at 2691 hours with a new alternator

Replaced Rule 500 gph aft shower pump

Replace starboard engine room blower

November: Oil and filter changes for both CATs and Onan genset. Oil samples taken. 405 running hours engines, 50 hours generator.

November: replaced primary and secondary fuel filters on CATs and Onan

2018

Propellers removed and tuned by Black Dog Propellers, Stevensville, MD

Replace engine and genset zincs

Replace starboard and port engine fan belts

Replace starboard and port engine impellers

Replace hot water heater tank magnesium anode

Replace both rudder post studs with new bronze studs

Replace one leaking trim tab hose

Rebuild Groco freshwater pump with new impellers and seals

Saloon and aft cabin A/C units professionally serviced

2 coats of varnish to handrails, toe rails and trim

Strip transom and apply 2 coats West marine Epoxy and 5 coats Pettit 2015 varnish

Remove transom door and remove and re-bed door frame

Replace Krauss&Naimer switch with new. A/C Ammeter and voltmeter now indicate for house and air cond circuits

Groco fresh water pump motor rebuilt with new brushes and bearings. Function verified at Groco. New Johnson 5.2 gal/min pump onboard as spare

Air cond circulation pump stopped. Bearings oiled and returned to operating. New pump onboard as spare.

Rudders removed to correct 'weepage' of water along seams. Water judged to be entering at rudder posts. Water drained. Rudder posts sealed with epoxy and Sikaflex. Rudder seamsfiber glassed, sanded smooth and painted.

Align port engine propeller shaft

Furuno radar removed and sent to Furuno to diagnosis unit function

Replaced Onan engine water pump with new after failed bearing and seal.

Port engine propeller replaced with spare after striking object in Dismay Swamp canal. Damage propeller repaired by Johnny's Propeller service, Detroit, MI.

New Furuno radar unit installed 12/30/18

Pressure tested port engine cooling system for coolant leak. Replaced expansion tank pressure cap with new 13psi rating

Installed M+H ProVent 200 oil separation system to port engine. This replaces trial unit for tests

Adjust alternator belt tension

2019

Change oil and filters on CATS and take oil samples, including transmissions, for analysis. 164 running hours

Change oil and filters on Onan and take oil sample for analysis. 33 running hours

Installed M+H ProVent 200 oil separation system to starboard engine. This replaces trial unit for tests.

Rig drain cans to ProVent system for port and starboard engines to test

Check engine zincs

Replace port engine propeller with repaired propeller

Blueprint propellers and check alignment

Polish with Aquatech, entire boat

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