The Grand Banks 32 shows quality from stem to stern. POQUITO has beautifully maintained teak rails and trim that has recently been re-touched. She has a full-length skeg to protect the underwater gear. Hard aft chines provide a stable ride. Wide walk-around decks and tall handrails offer easy and safe line handling. The beautiful teak handrails, cap rails and trim show pride of ownership in POQUITO. Full covers keep the teak shining.
Entrance from the swim platform is through a transom door. The transom is a work of art with the name POQUITO in carved teak. The teak deck is recently refinished in very good condition. The back deck has comfortable room for deck chairs. You enter the main cabin through the full size cockpit door.
The flybridge is accessed via a teak ladder on the port side of the cockpit, which like the rest of the deck is overlaid with refinished teak. There are two back-to-back seats with cushions, providing room for six. There is a mast which is set on a hinged bracket to allow for trailering. The boom can be used to lift the dinghy into the water or to set a steadying sail to keep the boat head-to-wind in an anchorage.
As you enter the main cabin through the full size cockpit door the first thing you notice is the beautiful teak cabinetry and the teak parquet sole in the salon. There is an L-shaped settee to starboard. The settee to port converts to a slide-out double berth. Fabric on settees is in very good condition. The galley is forward on the port side with ample counter space and storage for cruising. There is an under-counter AC/DC fridge, stainless steel sink, a large oven and 3 burner electric stove.
The lower helm across from the galley has great visibility. The cabin is forward and down 3 steps. The V berth bed with infill is the length of a king size bed with drawer storage below. A double hanging locker and full headroom make this a comfortable cruiser. The head is to starboard, with vanity and hand held shower that drains through teak grating to a sump pump.
- Berths: 4
- Stateroom: 1 V-berth
- Manual head with Y valve and macerator
- Built-in refrigerator is 12 volt
- Second refrigerator/freezer 12v/110v located in forward locker
- 3 burner electric stove
- Ford Lehman 6 cylinder SP 185 Turbo
- Horsepower: 185
- Hours: 2832
- Maintenance log available
- Onan 4 kw generator
- 3 batteries(1 for generator, 2 for house and engine)
- 50 amp shore power cable with 30 amp adaptor
DECK AND HULL
- Garmin GPSmap 540 for bridge (stored below)
- Garmin GPSmap 440 in cabin FURUNO radar and fish finder
- Autopilot and depth finder(2 stations)
- Datamarine depth sounder (2 stations)
- ICOM VHF radio
- ICOM VHF handheld
- LOA: 31'1"
- LWL: 30'9"
- Beam: 11'6" Draft: 3'9"Displacement: 17,000 lbs
- Tankage: Fuel= 250 gal, Water= 2 - 50 gal, Holding tank=40 gal
- LOFRANS' anchor windlass
- Primary anchor is CQR with 200ft chain
- Stern anchor is Danforth
- Extra Bruce anchor included
- Bottom paint 2017
- Navy canvas covers for railings and windows in good condition
- 110v high volume emergency bilge pump
- Flooding Alarm
- Exhaust hose high temperature alarm
- Large air horn with 110 compressor
- Fuel vacuum gauge
- All USCG listed requirements
- Battery charger
- Electric hot water heater
- In-cabin 12 volt refrigerator
- Rail canvas
- Fuel tanks coated and sealed
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.