1994 Grand Banks 36 Classic “”

Heaven Sent

Saloon Looking Aft & To Starboard

Saloon Looking Forward & To Starboard

Saloon Looking Aft & To Port

Saloon Looking Forward & To Port

Spacious & Open Galley

Galley Refrigerator

Saloon Settee & Coffee Table

Coffee Table Converted To Dining Table

Custom LED Rope Lighting In Saloon

Lower Helm

View Forward From Lower Helm

Master Stateroom Looking Aft

Master Stateroom Looking Forward & To Starboard

Master Stateroom Looking Forward & To Port

Master Stateroom Looking Aft & To Port

Master Head Door Closed w/ Full Length Mirror Behind

Master Head w/ Separate Stall Shower

Master Head Sink

VacuFlush Head In Master

Stairs Leading Forward From Saloon To Guest Stateroom

Guest Stateroom w/ Convertible Berth

Guest Head

Huge Flybridge

Huge Flybridge

Flybridge Helm

View Forward From Flybridge Helm

Flybridge w/ Enclosure Up



Flybridge Coaming

Aft Deck

Aft Deck

Dinghy w/ Kayak Hanging Above


New 316L Stainless Water Tanks Waiting For Install

New 316L Stainless Tanks Installed

Starboard Side Deck

Port Side Deck

Custom Teak Boarding Ladder

Teak Routed Name Boards

Engine Room Looking Aft To Generator

Engine Room Fire Suppression

Battery Charger

Shining Hull

Heaven Sent From Aft

Heaven Sent Cruising Over The Horizon

Listing Agent:
Capt. Bill Harris, CPYB,
(772) 919-2012

Brief Specifications

Current Price:
US$ 179,000
Engine/Fuel Type:
Single diesel
Hull Material:
Sale Pending


Heaven Sent is a beautiful example of the popular Grand Banks 36 Classic.  She has been lovingly maintained by her current owner and it really shows.  She just made her way down the ICW to Florida and is ready for her new owner to take her on a brand new adventure.  

Full Specifications


Hull is hand laid fiberglass, Interlux epoxy undercoat (soda blasted, no blisters found, 5 layers of barrier coat applied, 2007), Gel-coated fiberglass exterior and hull and super structure were polished and polymer coated to a “like new appearance” (2017), Boot stipe was Awlgripped (2015)


The saloon can be entered through both starboard and port sides of the boat from the side deck walk ways.  The starboard entry is forward just behind the helm and the port entry is midship aft of the galley.  The saloon features a large L-shaped settee with custom ultra-suede with a drop leaf dinette table to starboard.  The dinette table has been custom made (2015) with a hydraulic hi/low base so it can function as a coffee table or dining table.  It also makes it easier to access the settee.  There is a teak chair with ultra-suede for extra seating.  For entertainment there is a stereo with speakers and a Sony 19" flat screen TV.  Forward of the settee is the helm area.  The room is bright and airy due to multiple opening widows (with custom drapes).  Teak parquet floors add a nautical touch.


The galley runs the port side of the saloon.  There is ample storage in drawers and a large dish locker.  Multiple opening windows keep the area bright and airy.  LED fixtures make it bright after the sun has set.   It features:

  • Three burner Princess propane stove/oven
  • Frigoboat keel cooled 12V refrigerator (new 2012)
  • Large stainless steel sink with single lever faucet.  Sink has a teak cover for when extra counter space is needed.
  • Fiberglass garbage bin
  • 12V exhaust blower
  • Bar area with glass racks on starboard side forward of settee

Master Stateroom

The master stateroom is aft of the saloon and down four steps. There is a double berth to starboard and a single berth to port.  There is a hanging locker and multiple drawers for storage.  Opening windows with drapes keep it bright and a rear hatch keeps the breeze flowing when at anchor and serves as another way to get onto the decks.  

Ensuite Head

The master head features a large stall shower, vanity with cultured marble countertop and Vacu-flush head (seals replaced 2016).   There is a Whale Gulper pump for the shower drain (new 2012).  There is an opening porthole for light and ventilation.

Guest Stateroom

The guest stateroom is forward of the saloon down 3 steps.  It features a V-berth that converts to a full size bed.  There is a small hanging locker and drawers under the berth for storage.  Opening windows provide light and ventilation.

Guest Ensuite Head

The guest head is a wet head.  It features a cultured marble vanity and manual Groco K style head.  There is an opening porthole for fresh air and natural light.


The helm station is to starboard and forward in the saloon.  

  • Alarm panel, engine temperature and oil pressure

  • Compass

  • Control panel, AC/DC

  • Indicator light, bilge pumps, engine room light

  • Indicator light, reverse polarity

  • Instrumentation panel

  • Outlet, 12 volt DC

  • Furuno Radar, 

  • Shipmate RS-8300

  • Brooks and Gatehouse depth

  • Robertson AP-3000 auto pilot

  • Weems and Plath clock and barometer

  • Garmin 4208 Chart plotter (2010)


Fly Bridge

The fly bridge of the 36 Grand Banks is more of a living space.  With comfortable seating facing forward and aft and a bimini with enclosures it can be used in all weather.  

  • Furuno Radar

  • Shipmate RS-8300

  • Brooks and Gatehouse depth

  • Robertson AP-3000 auto pilot

  • Alarm panel, engine temperature and oil pressure

  • Compass
  • Teak decking (re-caulked 2013)
  • Electronics locker
  • Gas cylinder storage w/10 gal horiz. tank for stove and oven
  • Instrumentation panel
  • Outlets, 12 volt DC
  • Safety rails, stainless steel
  • Seats with cushions
  • Storage boxes under seats with teak grating

Engine Room
  • Single Caterpillar 3208 NA (210 HP diesel) 2825 hrs. Caterpillar service completed at 2000 hrs. including fuel injectors, new hoses, rebuilt water pump, new risers, exhaust hose back to muffler, heat exchanger removed and flushed, and new gaskets on cooling system.
  • Side Power 7 hp bow thruster, twin prop lower unit (2015)
  • Westerbeke 5.0 Kw genset 2505 hrs. w/sound enclosure and hydro-lift muffler
  • Manual Bilge pump
  • Drip pan under engine, FRP
  • Engine raw water intake strainers
  • Fresh water outlet in engine room
  • Fuel tanks, black iron, baffled, 402 USG total
  • Propeller, 4 blade bronze ( vessel maintains 2800 rpm. @ WOT. ,to spec.)
  • Aquamet stainless steel 2” propeller shaft
  • Seacocks on all thru-hulls below waterline (all greased and fully functional)
  • Racor fuel filters on main engine and genset
  • Struts, bronze with rubber bearings
  • Stuffing Box w/ Gortex packing
  • Throttle and gear shift controls, dual station
  • Water tanks, 316L Stainless (2017)
  • Fireboy auto/manual fire suppression system in engine compartment (2014)


  • Balmor alternator, 100 amp.(2009)
  • Life-line AGM 6 volt house batteries (2009) Main engine battery (2015)
  • Victron “Century” 100 amp. battery Charger with remote meter @ lower helm
  • Battery selector switch
  • Bilge pumps, automatic, 12 volt
  • Bonding system
  • Tinned copper wiring throughout vessel
  • Carbon monoxide detectors
  • Circuit breakers on all circuits
  • Engine room blowers, 12 volt, port & starboard side (2016)
  • Engine room lights, 110 & 12 VOLT
  • Fresh water system, pressurized, 12 volt
  • Ground fault circuit interrupters
  • Holding tank with pump out, 12 volt, 30 gallon
  • Hoses replaced to holding tank replaced in 2016
  • Indicator light, bilge pump
  • Indicator light, reverse polarity
  • Navigation lights, 12 volt
  • Shore power inlets, AC, bow and stern
  • 30 amp-50 amp splitter (2012)
  • Spreader lights on mast, 12 volt, rewired 2012
  • Remote control search light (2016)
  • TV inlet at stern
  • Seward 11 gal. Water heater (2008)
  • Fusion marine ipod/am/fm stereo with sub woofer, speakers and remotes located at upper and lower stations (2012)
  • Sony 19” flat screen located in salon w/Glomex TV antenna

Additional Components
  • Crusair 12,000 btu air conditioner unit (2012)

  • Air horn
  • Tigres Lofran windless
  • Delta Fortress anchor w/150’ (3/8BBB) chain rode
  • Danforth anchor w/rode
  • Anchor chain locker
  • Anchor platform, fiberglass, with pulpit and
  • Anchor windlass locker, fiberglass
  • Ball valves on thru hull above water line, bronze
  • Bulwark caps, teak, stripped and varnished (2015)
  • Chocks and cleats, stainless steel
  • Deck fills, diesel fuel, water & waste are stainless steel
  • Decking, teak on main decks, 70% re-caulked (2008-2015)
  • Engine room vents
  • Flagstaff holders, bow and stern
  • Grab rails, stainless steel
  • Navigation light boards, teak
  • LED spreader lights (2016)
  • Mast and boom, hinged aluminum was stripped & powder-coated, rewired & rebuilt (2012)
  • Rail gates, port and starboard
  • Safety rails on main deck, stainless steel
  • Skylight hatch w/ screen in forward stateroom
  • Stanchions, stainless steel
  • Step plates at rail gate openings
  • Vents for fuel and water tanks
  • Waste pump-out deck fittings
  • Window frames, painted teak, stripped and painted (2008-2015)
  • Textaline window covers (2014)
  • Windshield, center opening
  • Windshield wiper arms and blades replaced (2017)
  • Canvas covers, on bridge seats, bridge dash, boom lift motor, name boards, flag poles, transom, and dinghy
  • Nautica 9’ inflatable hard bottom dinghy w/5hp Honda outboard (2008)
  • Electric boom dinghy winch ,12 volt
  • Magma rail mounted SS barbecue w/cover (2011)


Kayak, owners personal effects and art work

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.

Last Revised: Jun 28, 2018

Contact Capt. Bill Harris, CPYB, for more information on this yacht at (772) 919-2012 or via email: bill@kadeykrogen.com

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