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Coastal Cruiser Grampian 30 Sailboat For Sale

Our Grampian 30 up for sale. It is from 1974 and we purchased a few years ago in Ontario, Canada. This is a fresh-water boat, previously sailed on Lake Ontario. We are in Grafton, Wisconsin and the boat is in Oconto, WI on the Bay of Green Bay of Lake Michigan.

This is a freshwater boat and has had extensive repairs made professionally by Manitowoc Marina. The rudder was rebuilt, cockpit drain/part of cockpit floor replaced, keel completely dried out/resealed/epoxied to be better than new. We also had all the bulkheads repaired where the shrouds/chainplates come down into the boat so no rot. We have the documentation to show the repairs.

We ourselves replaced all halyards and other running rigging (with New England VPC and Sta-Set, Garhauer blocks), repaired sails (minor repairs were only needed as the sails are less than 10 years old), added EZ AC/DC and many other things. Here are some more details:

Sleeps 6 comfortably
Sails well to wind but not a capsizer due to almost full keel and weight
Sits nice in the water with enough freeboard so you don't get swamped but good stepping height off a dock
LOA 29.75', Beam 9.50', Draft 4.67', Displacement 8600 lbs.
Has a cradle
Currently on the hard at Hi-Seas Marina in Oconto, WI
Always tarped in winter
Mast is currently down
Glomex TV antenna
Autopilot, GPS, wind indicator, Shore radio, stereo with speakers inside and out
Newer interior cushions all in excellent condition
Newer holding tank and water tank and Head
Ice box with ice/refrigeration unit, EZ cold from Ontario
120% genoa roller furling, spinnaker, partially battened main with pretty red sail ties
Red Sunbrella dodger, mainsail cover, roller furling leach, sun shade and mosquito netting for companionway
swim ladder
cockpit cushions
memory foam for the queen-sized V-berth
alcohol stove
ample storage
Yanmar diesel, 30 hp purrs like a kitten and really helps the boat move in waves
Watertight engine access hatch in the cabin sole
3 bladed prop, also very nice addition to help you get where you want to go
mast steps - very convenient feature
screened and vented/shuttered opening windows in the V-berth (can leave open and no rain comes in but ventilation does)
You can stand up inside which is a back-saver and when you sit down at the table you don't hit your head or back.
BBQ grill for cockpit entertaining

Our boat is stunning in the marina because it is red with black and white which is a nice change from the standard white with blue trimmed sailboats. When she is all dressed up in her Sunbrella she looks amazing. She also has the teak trim under the winches.

You are probably wondering why we are selling? Our family is expanding and we don't have the time to sail anymore. This is such a great boat or "weekend getaway" and you can sail all over the Great Lakes and beyond.

Serious inquiries only. If the ad is up, it's still for sale. Sailing season is just upon us so get in a great boat and get out on the water!

See this article in Cruising World about the Grampian 30:

Asking Price: $20,000.00
Condition: Great

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