Viewings by Appointment
Osprey has spent most of its life in a boathouse and out of the elements. This shows as soon as you open the boathouse door! The gelcoat gleams. The windows and brightwork are far above average. The teak planking on the flybridge and main deck is above average for a GB of this age.
The bright airy interior looks lovely with its beautiful traditional teak. Inside and out, Osprey reflects the constant care and attention which has been lavished on her.
The Grand Banks 42 remains the most successful trawler ever designed with over 1,500 produced. Osprey is a fine example of this legendary build.
Hauled out, paint and zincs June 2020
Boathouse is also available to purchase
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.
All personal property is excluded unless specifically identified and included in the sale agreement and listing specifications. Personal property refers to all items not permanently attached to the vessel including but not limited to: artwork, furnishings, and recreational or entertainment items. Advertisements, marketing materials, and/or other photography may depict the vessel with personal property, however, such personal property is excluded unless otherwise specifically included as provided herein.
Stepping on board from the two side gates or the transom gate the wide side decks take you to the port or starboard salon doors. The teak interior is warm and inviting. The salon features a large L-shaped leather settee to starboard, fold-out dining table and two Grand Banks chairs, providing seating for six. To port is a long cabinet from the salon door aft to the salon bulkhead. The cabinet has a fridge, microwave, TV, DVD radio and storage below. Forward and to starboard is the helm station. Behind the helm is the liquor cabinet with storage below. To port is the traditional Grand Banks galley.
Forward down the companionway is the Guest cabin with it's fill-in V-berth, large hanging locker and drawers. There is also the guest head fresh water Vacu-Flush, plus vanity and shower. Under the companionway stairs is an entrance to the engine room.
Aft of the salon and down a companionway is the Master cabin. To port is a large pull-out double bed and to starboard a ¾ bed with a large chest of drawers between. Forward to port is a huge hanging locker and a full length mirror. Opposite to starboard is the en-suite with a Vacu-Flush head and a vanity with a bath tub and shower. There is also access to the aft deck.