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    2000 Grand Banks 52 Europa

    Crosswinds | $790,000

    Last Updated On: 03/16/2022

    Palm Coast Florida, United States



    "Crosswinds" is an exceptional example of the legendary Grand Banks 52 Europa. Maintained and upgraded by an experienced owner she has seen the best of care and is ready to be enjoyed and cruised. With proven seakeeping and outstanding construction she is the complete package. The 52 GB offers a one level main deck that flows from the large aft deck into a bright and open salon, updated galley with dinette and pilothouse forward. Below is a three stateroom, two head layout with a full beam master stateroom. On the exterior there are wide covered side deck, stairs that lead to a huge flybridge and upper helm. The stand up engine room and well laid out engine space complete the package. Numerous features include:

    • Bow Thruster
    • Naiad Stabilizers
    • New 21.5kw Generator
    • Updated Garmin Radar with Garmin Touchscreen Chartplotter
    • Updated KVH SAT TV
    • New Galley Appliances
    • Custom Galley Countertops
    • Freedom Lift Hydraulic Tender Lift
    • Novurania 400DL RIB tender with 50hp Yamaha Four Stroke 
    • 800 lb Marquipt Davit
    • Updated Interior and Exterior Softgoods
    • New Stidd Helm Chairs at both helms
    • Underwater Lights
    • Fresh Varnish and Gleaming Gelcoat


    Galati Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Bluewater Yacht Sales. 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


    Quick Specs

    • Vessel Name: Crosswinds
    • Builder: Grand Banks
    • Country: United States
    • Category: Motor Yachts
    • Model: 52 Europa
    • Model Year: 2000

    Hull Information

    • Hull Id: GNDL0018C000
    • Hull Material: Fiberglass


    • Length: 52 ' (15.85M)
    • Draft: 4' 4" (1.216M)
    • Beam: 15' 5" (4M)

    Speed / Weight

    • Fuel Capacity: 1200 G. 4542 L.
    • Water Capacity: 500 G. 1892 L.
    • holding tank: 56 G. 211 L.

    Engine 1 Information

    • Manufacturer: Caterpillar
    • Engine Type: Inboard
    • Model: 3208TA
    • Fuel Type: Diesel
    • Horsepower: 435

    Engine 2 Information

    • Manufacturer: Caterpillar
    • Engine Type: Inboard
    • Model: 3208TA
    • Fuel Type: Diesel
    • Horsepower: 435



    The large covered aft deck is a spacious area and very comfortable for several deck chairs and room for a table. At the transom there is a Novurania 400DL RIB tender located on a Freedom hydraulic dinghy lift so its just a push of a button to launch and retrieve her. She also is equipped with a Marquipt 800-lb. davit located to aft on the flybridge. A staircase from the aft deck to the flybridge leads to an expansive area with new Sunbrella Bimini top on a double stainless steel frame. Forward on the bridge there is an expansive L-settee to starboard with a beautiful GB teak table. Her helm is center with a new Stidd helmseat and additional seating is to port. All flybridge cushions and covers are new March 2021 and a new stainless steel propane grill was installed in 2021.

    Entering the salon from the large covered aft deck either through the wide sliding aft deck doors or via forward port and starboard pilothouse doors at the helm. The bright and open salon boasts teak parquet floors and a richly-upholstered L-settee new March 2021 with teak yacht table with built in cup holders to starboard. To port is a straight settee. All seating features storage beneath and the interior has received new upholstery in Dec 2020. A custom corner entertainment system cabinet is at the aft bulkhead. Moving forward, her large well-equipped U-shaped galley is to starboard opposite the port dinette area. The galley offers an abundance of storage with features such as overhead lockers that drop down for plate and glass storage as well as in counter storage. In the past year the galley has seen a custom refit with new stainless steel upright refrigerator and freezer, new stainless steel ice maker and custom stainless steel stove and oven with overhead vent. When the new appliances were being installed a custom marine carpenter added a spice rack drawer, pots and pans drawer and beautifully done silverware and cutlery drawer.

    The lower helm features a full suite of electronics (repeated on the flybridge) including a new Garmin radar and KVH SAT TV in 2021, large integrated chart locker, new Stidd helmseat and comfortable double guest seating to port and starboard with footrest. To port of this helm station is a companionway to access the three Staterooms below.

    Down the companionway to port of the lower helm is access to the Staterooms and Heads. Below is the landing and aft is the private and voluminous full-beam Master Stateroom with queen island berth bordered by night tables with reading lights. There is a straight settee to starboard and built-in vanity and storage drawers to port. Large hanging lockers are positioned on both port and starboard. The en suite Master Head has a VacuFlush toilet and sink to starboard and a separate stall shower room to port allowing for simultaneous use of these areas while maintaining privacy.

    The VIP Guest Stateroom forward features a V-berth with filler/insert so it can be one huge berth or separated easily into two singles. There are built-in drawers, night tables and reading lights. There is plenty of storage throughout with integrated cabinets, drawers and a custom cedar-lined hanging closet. Natural lighting is provided through portholes with an overhead hatch. Shades are installed on all portholes and hatch.

    The second Guest Stateroom with athwartship oversized double berth to starboard also has a cedar-lined hanging locker and additional storage. The shared Guest Head is to port with stall shower.

    Open the large hatch on her aft deck and you have a perfect storage space. On the port side are the full-size separate washer and dryer units. Moving forward is her engine room access. Once through the entry door, you have full stand-up headroom. Everything in this area is easy to get to and in impeccably nice condition.

    There is an extensive spare parts kit onboard with almost anything anyone would want to have onboard for long-term cruising.

    Crosswinds is an incredibly well cared for Grand Banks 52 Europa. The boat has been highly updated and carefully serviced to keep her in pristine condition in every way.

    Exterior Equipment

    Air horn

    Anchor, Port Galvanized Bruce SL/Claw 66-lb. with 200' 3/8"S/S chain

    Anchor, Stbd Galvanized CQR Plow 75-lb. with 100' 3/8" S/S chain and 100' 5/8 nylon 3-strand rode

    Anchor chain locker, divided for rope & chain

    Anchor platform, fiberglass, with pulpit

    Anchor windlass locker, fiberglass

    Ball valves on thru hull above waterline, bronze

    Bow pulpit with dual anchor rollers

    Canvas Covers, Sunbrella ? Flybridge helm, seating, tender & windlass; Tender

    Chocks and cleats, stainless steel

    Courtesy lights, side decks

    Deck fillers, diesel fuel and water, S/S

    Engine room vents

    Flagstaff holders, bow and stern

    Fresh water outlet, fwd

    Grab rails, stainless steel

    Inspection deck plate for fuel tanks, port & stbd

    Navigation light boards, Teak

    Mast, hinged, FRP supports radar & bracket, anchor/steaming lights, windex array, SAT TV receiver dome & remote GPS antenna

    Rail gates at port and starboard

    Safety rails on main deck, stainless steel

    Stanchions, stainless steel

    Step plates at rail gate openings

    Vents for fuel and water tanks

    Waste pump-out deck fittings, stainless steel

    Lofrans Falkon Windlass, horizontal, rope/chain, three-station, 12V/1500W

    Aft Deck

    Staircase to flybridge, molded fiberglass w/louvered door for storage inside

    Rail gate

    Safety rails, Teak or stainless steel

    Sliding hatch to F/B with Teak frame

    Swim platform, extended, Teak

    Swim ladder

    Transom, Teak

    Transom door

    Transom shower with retractable hose hot/cold

    Novurania 400DL RIB tender with Yamaha 50hp outboard motor


    Alarm panel, engine temperature and oil pressure


    Deck - main in Teak, side and rear in non-skid

    Electronics locker

    Chart Locker


    High Water Alarms, Rule

    Instrumentation raised dashboard, fiberglass

    Outlet, 12V DC

    Rail around flybridge windshield, stainless steel

    Safety rails, stainless steel

    Seats with cushions, port & stbd

    Settee-L with cushions and Hi-Lo table, Aft

    Steering wheel, Teak with stainless steel rim

    Storage boxes under seats with Teak grating

    Storage locker moulded behind L-settee


    New Stainless Steel Propane Grill

    Electronics and Navigation

    New Garmin 48NM Radar

    (2) Garmin 15" Touchscreen Displays with Chartplotter and Sounder (1 at Upper, 1 at Lower)

    (2) Hydraulic Assist Steering Systems, Teleflex Capilano (1) at each helm

    Autopilot, Simrad RPU300 12V/hydraulic pump controls at each helm

    Trim Tabs, Bennett ? toggle control panels at each helm

    Bow Thruster, Side-Power SP-155-TCI, 20hp/24V joystick panels at each helm

    Stabilizers, Naiad, 24V, 1250psi, digital MultiSeaII controls at each helm

    Compass, Ritchie PowerDamp+ (1) at each helm

    Simrad AP20 Autopilot (1) at each helm

    ICOM IC-M422 VHF at Flybridge

    Horizon VHF (1) at each helm

    Simrad IS15 depth display (1) at each helm

    Jabsco remote searchlight control (1) at each helm

    Garmin GND10 Instrument/Display interface switch box

    Garmin GSD-22 Depth Sounder Processor at Lower Helm

    FireBoy Xintex FR-1000 CO monitor display at Flybridge

    Bennett Trim Tab control toggle panel at Flybridge

    Rule high bilge-water audible alarm at Flybridge

    Engine and Mechanical

    Twin CAT 3208s @ 435hp each with 3727 hours as reported 3-10-22

    Twin Disc MG 5061A Transmissions with 2.47:1 Ratio

    Bow Thruster, Side-Power SP-155-TCI, 24V

    Glendening Synchronizer

    Air Conditioning, MarineAir, (5) units

    Aquadrive anti-vibration system w/matching engine mounts

    (3) Bilge pumps, 2000 gph

    Whale manual diaphragm pump

    Drip pans under engines

    Engine raw water intake strainers

    Engine room sound insulation

    Engine start-stop at Lower Helm

    Exhaust system, sea-water cooled

    Fireboy Fire System

    (5) Fire Extinguishers in Galley, Salon, Master Stateroom, Engine Room &


    Fresh water outlet in engine room

    Fuel filters, Racor

    Fuel manifold system

    Fuel tanks, mild steel, baffled

    Fuel tanks with upper & lower automatic self-closing valves for sight gauges

    Panish dual lever controls

    Propellers, bronze

    Spare Props

    Propeller shafts, stainless steel

    Rudders, fiberglass

    Seacocks on all thru-hulls below waterline

    Separating filters, fuel-water

    Thrust Bearings, Aquadrive

    Dripless Shaft Seals, Norscot

    Stabilizers, Naiad

    Steering, hydraulic

    Struts, bronze with rubber bearings

    Throttle and gear shift controls, dual station

    Trim Tabs, Bennett

    Central Vacuum System, Beam

    Water tanks, marine aluminum

    Water/gas separator installed on generators exhaust system

    Watermaker, FCI AquaMiser+, 600 gal/day, Upgrade

    Electrical Systems

    Newer Onan Generator with Sound Shield, 21.5kw, 679 hours

    New (2021) Onboard Solutions 2000w TruePower Inverter

    Alternator, each engine

    Batteries, (2) 8D, (3) Deka Deep Cycle and (1) Group 24

    (2) Battery chargers, Professional Mariner 50-amp

    Battery selector switch

    (4) Bilge pumps, automatic, 12V and (1) manual

    Bonding system

    Cable, tinned-copper

    Circuit breakers on all circuits

    Engine room blowers, 12V

    Engine room lights, 12V

    Fresh water system, pressurized, 12V

    Galvanic isolator

    Generator amp and volt meters

    Generator compartment exhaust blower, 12V

    Ground fault circuit interrupters

    Holding tank with pump out, 12V

    Indicator light, bilge pump

    Indicator light, reverse polarity

    Navigation lights, 12V

    Shore power inlets, 50-amp 220V AC, fwd & aft

    Spreader lights on mast, 12V

    Washer and Dryer, Whirlpool

    Water heater, Seaward 20-gal

    Zinc saver isolator

    Updates and Upgrades - Previous and Current Owners


    01-12-17 Replaced 3 house batteries ($280 each), 2 starter batteries, 2 12-volt thruster batteries ($523 each), generator battery, dinghy battery

    01-12-17 Acid flushed 5 AC units ($382)

    01-16-17 Complete maintenance on VacuFlush system; New motor on starboard head; New valves, duckbills, etc.

    01-19-17 Repaired tachometers (2)

    01-23-17 Maintenance/certification on Firebox and 4 CO2 fire extinguishers.

    02-03-17 Fix Fusion system on bridge and anchor light switch

    03-03-17 Bottom paint/zincs/etc. ($5,703) Coral Bay Marina

    03-03-17 Bi-annual maintenance on stabilizers ($1500) Stabilized Mar

    03-06-17 Hot water tank hose connection leak repaired ($290 John Hall)

    03-15-17 (3219) Replaced the 6 engine zincs

    03-17-17 Full detail?compound, wax, teak, metal polishing. ($3600) Jolene. $50 ft x 55, plus for hull and topside bridge area

    03-24-17 Fiberglass repairs/selective painting ($1200 Ben Dill)

    03-20-17 Watermaker; Installed new membrane.; New low pressure gauge; ($600 SALT?Chris)

    03-24-17 Dinghy Annual service ($1700 J&B Marine)

    04-06-17 Dinghy Annual; Wiring; Lights; Sump pump; etc. ($1,736 J&B Marine)

    04-07-17 Watermaker Membrane; LP Gauge; Filters ($600 SALT)

    05-06-17 Spare Cat Seawater pump ($1,111.62 John Hall)

    05-06-17 Spare Cat Alternator ($341.41 John Hall)

    05-06-17 Replace engine heat exchanger end caps ($60 John Hall)

    05-06-17 Fill fuel tanks P=564 S=529 (Engine hours 3219)

    05-11-17 Replaced Starboard Water pump as a precaution

    05-17-17 Replaced GenSet Seawater pump ($500 J. Hall)

    08-02-17 Replaced hot water heater ($1,716 Aquatech)

    09-04-17 Teak deck refinishing/Repair ($11,175 Christian Mikkelsen)

    11-06-17Replace Watermaker Membrane ?ordered new solenoid ($430 SALT?Chris)

    11-17-17 Replace G-Wind

    12-09-17 Replaced all zincs

    12-09-17 Varnished boat 3 coats (Baldy $4200) Last time (01-16-16) 2 coats $3600

    12-17-17 Paint wings (4) cracking/discolored (Baldy $2300)

    12-17-17 Dinghy Cleaned injectors, replaced rusted engine/battery/throttle cables ($2000 J&B Marine)


    01-18-18 Replaced AC controller with new Passport I/O on Mid-Salon Unit ($400 SALT?Chris)

    01-11-18 Replaced Starter Batteries; AGMs ($1700 J. Hall)

    01-11-18 Replaced ProMariner Starter Battery Chargers and 60 AMP Breaker ($800 J. Hall)

    01-18-18 Replaced mid salon AC controller ($400)

    04-23-18 Replaced Starboard engine impeller (eng: 3300 hrs) Water pump OK. No leaks. Impeller was OK too. (Hall)

    04-28-18 Replace controller on mid salon AC (SALT $322)

    05-07-18 Fireboy, extinguisher updates; Monroe County Fire Equipment )$338.63 Robert Dillon)

    05-06-18 Replaced GenSet fuel pump (Hull)

    05-08-18 Replaced Port leaking water pump. (Hall)

    05-08-18 Replaced seawater pump assembly ($1,112 Hall)

    05-08-18 Replaced generator impeller (Hall) ­­­____hrs.

    05-10-18 Full detailing/metal?1 step Vibra, 2-step Awesome Buff, 3 step Vitreo ($3560 Jolene Durstin)

    06-05-18 Dinghy annual maintenance (J&B $929)

    06-13-18 (3334) Check all belts/replace eng rm light (Hall $1250)

    07-10-18 Replace port head bellows (Chuck installed) ($339 Nassau)

    08-07-18 Replace AC Water Pump Assembly; Hole in housing (Hall $1,045) Entire pump replaced 9/23/15 for $1,500 by Hall)

    08-10-18 Replaced starboard head bellows/bought spare ($1900) Replaced gauges for both heads ($1500) (Key Boatworks Tom)

    08-17-18 KVH Antenna fuse. (Seamark Electronics)

    09-05-18 Air filter/gaskets/hoses?valve adj. clean/reseal trans coolers; Rebuild oil cooler (stbd) Change transmission oil. Flush engs (Diesel Doc $5,077.47---labor $3875)

    09-05-18 New Robertson AP 20 Autopilot for Bridge ($1500 Motion Marine) Installed

    10-26-18 Roballo troubleshooting; VHS/Starter battery connections loose; Battery and trim switches replaced (J&B $528)

    11-19-18 Fireboy shutdown systems (Seacoast $3,100)


    01-02-19 Promatic charger ($626) & other electrical (Hall $2,533)

    01-03-19 Salon TV ($500)

    01-09-19 Glasstech

    Bottom Paint, etc. $7,193

    Bent prop work $1,200

    Underwater lights $2,190

    Paint bottom stripe $1,20

    Plus misc. electrical work; Total bill $21,070

    01-09-19 Stabilizer Maintenance Stabilized Marine ($1,250)

    01-10-19 G3 Garmin Vision Map West Marine ($399)

    02-01-19 New Salon AC Unit (SALT $605 + $2000+)

    2-10-19 Battery isolator, switches, GFI's, etc. (John Hall $1310)

    03-05-19 New Onan 21.5 MDKDR Generator (Ted Kaster $25,466.80)


    02-01-20 Teak Refurbishing (Christain Mickelson $6,350)

    04-06-20 Changed out all zincs?weren?t too bad

    06-18-2020 Replaced 3 house batteries (John Hall $1,500)

    07-15-20 Bottom paint/speed prop/zincs/grind & fill spots ($6,500). PPS shaft seals ($2,900), replace port cutlass bearing ($2,700), detail to rub rail ($900) -Total bill: $13,055.

    11-18-20 Replace compressor in refrig (SALT $2,360)

    12-15-20 Re-upholster interior (fabric $3000/labor $5,500)


    01-12-21 \ Dinghy - Replace worn steering cable, step pads and zincs. (J&B Marine $1,100)

    02-08-21 Sunbrella Bimini top, bridge chair, tables and cushions (Cover Emporium $7,000)

    02-15-21 Strip bare and varnish back stern teak panel (Campbell)

    05-28-21 Replaced all sanitation hoses (RB Marine)

    05-28-21 Install New Inverter (RB Marine)

    05-28-21 Replace EPIRB Battery (RB Marine)

    05-28-21 Re-secure Rub Rails (RB Marine)

    05-28-21 Re-bed compound around opening ports (RB Marine)

    05-28-21 Repair Port and Starboard Running Lights (RB Marine)

    05-28-21 Replace Mid-Salon Air Conditioning Unit (RB Marine)

    05-28-21 Cleaned Air Intakes for All A/C Units (RB Marine)

    06-01-21 New Throw Rugs - Salon, Galley, Wheelhouse (Talbot $3,409)

    07-22-21 Repair V-Berth AC Pressure Switch (Oxford Boatyard)

    07-22-21 Repair Master Shower Sump (Oxford Boatyard)

    07-22-21 Replace GFCI in Master Stateroom (Oxford Boatyard)

    07-23-21 Garmin Software Update (Oxford Boatyard)

    07-26-21 Tender Outboard Work- Fuel Rail and Injectors, Replace Filter and Gaskets, Change Fuel Filter, and Prime (Oxford Boatyard $1310)

    07-27-21 Replace Garmin Radar GMR24XHD (Oxford Boatyard $3722)

    08-08-21 Custom V-Berth and Guest Bedding (All Aboard $1500)

    08-11-21 (2) New Stidd Helm Chairs (Stidd $8,847)

    08-16-21 Repair Shorepower Ground Fault (Oxford Boatyard)

    08-20-21 Install New KVH TV3 SAT TV (Oxford Boatyard $3,995)

    08-23-21 Change Both Engine Impellers (Oxford Boatyard)

    08-24-21 Change Both Engine Oil and Filters Hours Port 3,599 Starboard 3,603 (Oxford BY)

    08-24-21 Install the New Stidd Seats (Oxford Boatyard)

    08-24-21 Refresh AC Seawater Pump (Oxford Boatyard $1,450)

    08-31-21 Strip and Varnish Toe Rail and Eyebrow with 5 Coats ($17,879 Oxford Boatyard)

    09-01-21 New Isotherm Icemaker (Isotherm $1,729)

    09-01-21 New Range and Stove (Avanati $2,109)

    09-01-21 New BBQ Grill (Solaire $2,305)

    09-01-21 New Refrigerator (Vitrifrigo $1,982)

    09-15-21 Sand and Varnish Toe Rail and Eyebrow with 3 Additional Coats (Oxford $6,537)

    09-17-21 Check and Caulk Port Lights (Oxford $1618)

    09-21-21 Detail, Compound and Wax Boat (Oxford $5,159)

    09-24-21 Clean Teak Decks (Oxford $2013)

    09-27-21 New Cushion for Bridge and Canvas Stidd Cover (Windy's Upholstery $653)

    10-13-21 Convert Generator to 120/240v, New Breaker for New Stove (Oxford $2,553)

    10-15-21 Replace 110V Light Fixtures in Engine Room (Oxford $1274)

    10-19-21 Replace Control Board on Lower Helm AC (Oxford)

    10-21-21 Labor to Replace New Galley Appliances and do Custom Cabinetry Work (Oxford Boatyard $20,581)


    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.

    Why Purchase a Grand Banks Yachts 52 Europa from Galati Yacht Sales

    Because we have one simple philosophy: Always take care of our customers, and one company wide mission statement: Consistently exceed our customer’s expectations. It’s a philosophy and mission that has been the core of who we are since the start of our company in 1970. Today, more than 50 years, 16 locations, and three generations later, we have not wavered from our core and ethics. Every team member at Galati Yacht Sales is there for you every step of the way...before, during, and after the sale, to assure your time on the water in this 52 Europa is filled with great memories. Looking for more Grand Banks Yachts? Browse through our Used Grand Banks Yachts for Sale

    Disclaimer: 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.

    Mechanical Disclaimer: Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.

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