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Available for SaleIrish Lady46' 1996 Grand Banks 

Irish Lady is a great example of a cruise-ready GB, with good equipment and all of the features needed for a lifetime of boating. Two cabins, plus crew berth, and two heads, a very complete galley, and updated GPS plotter. She shows exemplary care and attention to the hull and brightwork. Brand new to the market! Call for more information. Complete and more detailed specs of features and machinery to follow.

Grand Banks's 46 Europa is the design of choice for weekend destinations, or for long-range cruising. The structural integrity, sea-keeping ability and fit and finish are at a level not achieved in any other model anywhere approaching this price-point. Call now to arrange a showing.

26 North Yachts is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by OneWater Yacht Group. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel


LOA: 46' (15 m)
Beam: 14' (5 m)
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Capacity: 600 gal (2,272 L)
Fresh Water Capacity: 290 gal (1,098 L)
Holding Tank: 50 gal (190 L)
Location: Maryland, Stevensville, United States
Build Year: 1996
Builder: Grand Banks
Model: Europa
Type: Trawlers
Cruising Speed: 13 Knots
Max Speed: 16 Knots



The Europa has the traditional extended-bridge sedan style built atop the legendary 46 Classic hull.

You enter the deep, secure full walk-around deck through a hinged passage in the cap-rail, port and starboard. All rails: toerails, side, aft and bow-rails are finished in a high-gloss varnish that is in excellent condition. True as well for all of the window trim, door, door trim and the rear bulkhead of the cabin.

Under decks in the cockpit is a crew cabin plus storage. Abaft and also below the teak decks is the massive lazarette that houses some mechanical equipment, as well as providing an enormous amount of storage space.

Passage forward, port and starboard is via deep, wide and secure, fully recessed side decks. There is a pilothouse door to starboard. The foredeck is outfitted with dual anchors, a Danforth and a plow, both held in the pulpit and controlled through the windlass.

From the cockpit there is a gentel ladder with broad, secure steps to access the bridge. The trailing edge of the bridge houses a Gig Harbor rowing skiff. The mast system carries antennas, the radar dome, hailer, and includes a davit arm for convenient launching of the tender.

The bridge deck is enclosed with tall, secure railings with skirting for security. It is covered in Grand Banks's thick and sturdy teak decking. Midships, to starboard, there is an L-shaped lounge with storage underneath. There is a fixed table serving the lounge. Forward of that are two rear-facing benches. They back up to two wide, forward-facing bench seats serving captain and companion seats. All seats and backs have snap-in-place white cushions with blue piping. They are in excellent condition.


Entering the Saloon via the cabin entry door, you find see a very open floorplan with galley up and to port, lower helm with great visibility, parquet flooring throughout, and beautiful teak cabinetry all around. The windows are tall and most slide open for natural ventilation.

You first encounter a large, L-shaped lounge to port. There is storage beneath the cushions, accessed from above, or through cabinet doors. Opposed to that, to starboard, are two barrel chairs, with a a fixed cabinet/table between then, upon which rests the flat panel TV.

Moving forward, to port is the very complete galley, with Princess three-burner electric range, Sharp carousel microwave, large stainless sink and under-counter fridge and freezer. The there is drop-down dish and cup storage overhead to port, and a return above the fridge with a pull-out cutting board that all provides an enormous amount of workspace.

Opposite, to starboard is the very functional lower helm. Helm and electronics details spelled out separately. There is a hinged tall pilot-house door at the helm, providing access to the gunnels.

Moving forward through the companionway, to starboard is the day/guest head with separate stall shower. There is a compartment that houses the combo washer/dryer. Across to port is the guest stateroom with twin berths and plenty of storage. Forward is the master cabin with an island queen berth, ample cabinet and hanging-locker storage, and drawers below the berth. The master is served by an en-suite head with full enclosed shower.


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.

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