Mark Cameron Yachts

Grand Banks 32 ‘LITTLE SHIP’ – SOLD

Grand Banks Brokerage UK

Mark Cameron Yachts are delighted to announce the successful sale of the 1973 Grand Banks 32 Sedan ‘LITTLE SHIP’.

One of the last of the Grand Banks 32 ‘Woodies’ LITTLE SHIP is a well-presented example of the class on which the reputation of the legendary brand was built.
Boasting the same high-quality build and finish as her larger sisters. The Grand Banks 32 is a desirable displacement cruiser that has proven to be stable, sturdy, safe and economical to run. With her current owners since 2002 LITTLE SHIP benefits from extensive restoration early in the ownership and a comprehensive annual maintenance regime. Her inventory highlights include:

  • Structural restoration (2002-2005)
  • Full engine re-build (2004)
  • New Stainless steel fuel tanks (2004)
  • Duplex fuel polishing system. (2004)
  • Webasto diesel fired, wet system heating (2013)
  • New upholstery (2016)

Now in the ownership of a local young family LITTLE SHIP will be staying on her berth in Tarbert harbour and will continue to be a familiar sight on the waters of Loch Fyne and the Clyde as they get to grips with the new family boat.

Grand Banks 32 Woodie Cabin

Grand Banks 32 Sedan – Cabin

Grand Banks 32 Woodie Wheelhouse

Grand Banks 32 Sedan – Wheelhouse