This Grand Banks is a capable vessel for a Great Loop adventure.

Classic Comfort for Great Loop Adventures

Looking for the perfect boat to cruise the Great Loop? Check out this 1991 46′ Grand Banks Classic trawler, Hanusia. She’s not only completed the Great Loop, but she’s also cruised from the West Coast to the East Coast via the Panama Canal. Powered by twin Caterpillar 3208TA 375hp diesel engines—both of which have recently undergone their 1,000-hour service—this trawler, with its semi-displacement hull, can cruise at 12 knots with a top speed of 17 knots.

The extensive list of custom options includes an Onan 8 kW generator, Aqua Air reverse-cycle air conditioning system, Naiad stabilizers, bow thruster, oil-change system, water maker,
inverter, portable solar panels, line cutters, AIS, and a Novurania 335 DL rigid-hulled inflatable tender with a Yamaha 25hp outboard.

Hanusia’s aft master stateroom spans the full 14 feet of beam and features a centerline queen berth and an ensuite head with an enclosed shower. The guest stateroom forward has a V-berth
and head with an enclosed shower. Both heads feature Vacuflush toilets, which were serviced in 2022.

The galley is equipped with a Seafrost cold-plate refrigerator/freezer, Princess 3-burner electric cooktop and oven, and double stainless-steel sinks. Other assets include an ice maker, stainless-steel BBQ grill on the aft deck, and a new Splendide washer/dryer.

The saloon offers wrap-around seating that can transform into a double berth to accommodate additional guests, plus a folding teak table, Samsung flat screen TV, and a Kenwood KDC-BT370U stereo/CD player.

The lower helm station in the saloon offers a fold-down helm seat and a convenient door to access the side deck. The upper helm station on the flybridge is protected by a Bimini top. Guests can lounge in the L-shaped settee with its teak table. Both stations boast VDO gauges and Morse engine controls and an extensive array of electronics, including Garmin Radar, Garmin multi-function display, Raymarine autopilots, Icom VHF radios, Maretron DSM410 NMEA 2000 electronics network display compass and a Nebolink tracking system. The lower helm features a Danforth Constellation magnetic compass.

The aft deck comes with a hot/cold freshwater shower, a hatch to the master stateroom and a transom gate to the teak swim platform. A large hatch in the teak deck opens up onto an expansive lazarette. The Novurania 335 DL 2020 RIB tender can be stowed on the deck above the aft cabin with the help of davits and an electric winch.
Wide side decks run on either side of the deck house, providing easy access to the foredeck, where a Lofrans Tigress anchor windlass with foot controls makes it easy to raise and lower the Danforth anchor from the bow pulpit.

Hanusia is presently stored on the hard, but is accessible for inspection. For more information, contact:

Curtis Stokes
Yacht Broker
Saint Michaels, MD
[email protected]

Grand Banks Classic Trawler
Beam: 14’9″
Draft: 4’6″
Bridge Clearance: 14’6″
Cabins: 2
Heads: 2  
Fuel Cap: 600 gal
Water Cap: 278 gal
Waste Cap: 40 gal
Year Built: 1991
Price: $245,000