Grand Banks – 47 Heritage CL

Florida, United States
$737,900

NOLA EMILIA is a 2-owner vessel, both fastidious yachtsmen. Use has been in the Chesapeake Bay area summers and with an occasional New England and Florida voyage.

The current owners are from Massachusetts Bay, cruising New England waters summers and winter-storing in a heated building. In the fall of 2022, they voyaged to Florida.

The vessel’s systems are serviced, exercised, and prepared for a cruise back to New England or a summer of exploring the Bahamas.  

 

Basic Boat Info

Make
Grand Banks
Year
2008
Condition
Used
Category
Power
Construction
Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID
GNDHV014C708
Has Hull ID
Yes

Dimensions

Length
47 ft
Length Overall
47 ft
Beam
15.75 ft

Other

Boat Class
Downeast, Trawlers

Additional Info

Vessel Details

Nola Emilia is a Classic Trunk Cabin layout. Originally designed by Ken Smith, in the year 1965. The design became legendary, evolving through many GB sizes and models. The last fore and aft trunk cabin model was built in 2011, the 47 Heritage CL, designed by S&S, it bridged the gap between the trawler and motor yacht. Nola Emilia is an updated version, offering two suites one fore and one aft, both with ensuite heads and island queen beds. The galley is mid-level, open to the salon, offering maximum natural light and ventilation. The salon has large windows offering 360-degree views, and comfortable furnishings with side-deck and aft salon access to the flybridge. The flybridge has generous seating in helmsman and navigator STIDD chairs, a large corner settee, an L-shaped settee, and a port-side single settee, accompanied by a wet bar and hand-crafted teak table. The Sparkman & Stephens design is a planing hull, cruising at 18 knots with a max speed of approximately 22 knots. Also, the Niad stabilizers provide a very comfortable motion in any sea at displacement speeds.

Main Salon:

Furnishings and Upholstery 2020

Carpet 2020

Semi-gloss teak and holy sole

Settee converts to double berth

Barrel chair, with teak cushioned ottoman

Hand-Crafted extendable high/low dining/coffee table

Hand-Crafted teak cabinetry

Hydraulic raising and lowering of TV entertainment center

Privacy shades for windows

Halogen overhead lights on dimmers

Reading lights on dimmers

Plentiful storage including pantry dividers under steps to the galley and under steps to the flybridge  

Air-conditioning and heat in teak overhead soffits

Natural light and ventilation provided with large opening windows (2) and opening center windshield

 

Lower Helm:

Starboard side deck door

STIDD oversized helm seat

Teak hand-crafted electronics case

Engine instruments

Navigation equipment

Communication equipment

Electrical panels adjacent 

Galley

Located mid-level forward of the salon and aft of the V.I.P. stateroom

Black Granite countertops

Sharp Carousel microwave/convection oven

Stainless steel sink with teak covers/cutting boards

Fresh water filtration system servicing galley sink and icemaker 2020

Princess (3) burner Ceran Glass cooktop

Front opening freezer under the counter

Front opening refrigerator under the counter

Plentiful storage cabinets

Multiple large drawers

Trash bin compartment

Pantry - compartmentalized for food storage

Dometic hood exhaust fan

Teak and holly sole

Grohe faucet w/pull-out sprayer

Icemaker

Carpet 2020.

Master Stateroom

Queen walk-around island berth

Custom mattress

Soft Goods;pillows, throughs, shades etc 2020

Plentiful storage in cabinets, lockers and drawers

Walk-in closet with custom shelves, finished with cedar paneling

Hand-crafted teak framed mirror

Large opening ports for natural light and ventilation

Overhead deck hatch for additional natural light and ventilation

Ocean-Air shades and screens on ports and hatches

Marineair air-conditioning and heat

Ceiling Halogen lighting and reading lamps on dimmers switch

Custom fabric covered headboard

Master Bath

Vanity with Custom teak framed mirror

Stall shower with custom tile sole

Dedicated head area

Vacuflush, freshwater rinse head

Silestone counter top with sink mounted under

Plentiful storage

Opening port and deck hatch

Exhaust fan

Queen island berth with custom mattress

Opening ports and deck hatch with shades and screens

Hanging locker w/cedar paneling

Overhead Halogen lighting and reading lamps on dimmers

Plentiful storage in cabinets, lockers and drawers

Custom bedspread and pillows 2020

Full length custom teak framed mirror

Fabric covered headboard

Marineair Air-conditioning and heat

Vanity with Silestone countertop and flush mount sink

Shower with glass panel divider that folds flat when not in use

Corian tiled sole 

Grohe hand-held shower faucet

Custom teak framed beveled mirrors

Vacuflush freshwater rinse head

Plentiful storage in cabinets

Port window w/shade

Exhaust fan

Overhead lighting

Electronics Lower Helm

Garmin GPS Plotter withknot meter, depth sounder and heading 2020

Garmin Radar HD Digital Color Radar 2020

Garmin AIS 2022

Standard Horizon VHF with Intercom

Furuno depth sounder

Furuno water temperature

Simrad AP 26 autopilot

Standard Horizon VHF radio

Cell phone antenna and amplifier

Lower Helm, Controls and Displays

Search light remote

Onan digital read-out generator panel

CAT Marine Power Displays

Engine synchronizer

Engine slow vessel mode control

Ritchie compass

Exalto windshield wiper/washer control panel

Side-Power bow thruster control

Windlass remote control

Fireboy manual and automatic fire suppression panel

Xantrex 2500 watt inverter

Computank read-out for fuel, and water

Bennett trim tab controls

Carlisle and Finch Searchlight control

Electronics Flybridge

Garmin GPS Plotter 2020 withknot meter, depth sounder and heading

Garmin radar HD Digital Color Radar 2020

Garmin AIS 2022

Standard Horizon VHF w/Intercom

Simrad AP26 autopilot

Furuno Depth sounder

Furuno water temperature

Standard Horizon VHF radio

 

Flybridge Helm, Controls and Displays

Caterpillar Marine Power engine displays

Stabilizer control panel

Bow thruster joy stick

Rudder angle indicator

Search light control

Flybridge

Flybridge Bimini, full length, with enclosure 2020

L-settee upholstery 2020

Forward settee, upholstery 2020  

Aft port settee, upholstery 2020

Custom teak table

Teak rimmed stainless steel ships wheel

Wet bar with refrigerator, storage, and SS steel sink

Moondust painted Awlgrip non-skid deck

Storage under all settees with teak grates

Additional storage under helm

Electronics console lowers into helm area providing additional protection

Entertainment Center

Sony Bravia HD TV

Bose CD/Stereo/DVD player

Bose stereo speakers 

Hull and Deck

Teak decks - glued not screwed and sectioned for easy plank renewal

Varnished Teak cap rails with canvas covers

Stainless steel handrails, grab bars

Stainless steel guard rails stem to stern on side decks

Stainless steel cleats and hause hawse pipes

Stainless steel ports and hatches

Stainless steel cleats at bow, midship and stern

Steelhead WD800 hydraulic dinghy lift – complete service 2019

Antenna Mast on tabernacle for lowering

Foredeck FBC dunnage box

Lofrans windlass with remote to both helm stations

Anchor #1 - Ultra 27-60 lb with UFS10 Flip Swivel - 200', all chain rode

Anchor #2 - CQR 60 lb w/100' chain and 150' line rode 

Foredeck deck lockers at anchor pulpit

Teak swim platform and stainless steel folding swim ladder

Hot and cold transom shower

Fenders and Dock lines

Windshield wipers and washers

Textaline windshield covers 2019

Teak burgee and flag staffs

Electrical

Onan 15 KW generator with approximate 2811 hours (April 1, 2023)

Onan complete service 2019

Xantrex 2500 watt inverter/converter

AGM batteries (3) 2021 and (3) 2022

50 amp shore power connection on foredeck and transom

50 amp shore power cord

110 Volt receptacles throughout

12 Volt receptacles at each helm station

12V breaker panel with indicator lights

110V breaker panel with indicator lights

Matrix AC meter

Master battery control panel

Inverter bypass switch

AC and DC meters w/digital read-out

Engine room 12V and 110V lighting systems

 

 Engines:

CAT C-9 ACERT 567 hp engines

Engine hours April 1, 2023., port 3099, starboard 3097

1000 hour, 2000 hour, and 3000 hour engine services completed on or ahead of schedule

3000 hour service July 2019 included the following;

Exhaust risers

Aftercooler cores

Fuel coolers

Condensation valves

Belts, hoses and clamps

Exhaust muffler drain plugs

Port and Starboard starters

Starboard HUEI pump

Alternator regulators both engines 2021

Serpentine belts 2021

Starboard transmission cooler 2022

Starboard fuel cooler 2022

 

Mechanical

 Air-conditioning compressors (4) and air handlers all services 2022

Naiad fin stabilizers installed 2014

Dual Racor fuel filters on main engines

Single Racor fuel filter for the generator

Groco raw water strainers

20 gallon hot water heater

Fireboy fire suppression system

Cutlass bearings in struts and shaft logs replaced 2020

Dripless shaft seals replaced 2020

Anti fowling bottom paint soda blasted 2018

Complete exterior detail including wax and stainless steel polished, 2023

Teak cap rail and name boards revarnished, 2022

Teak decks cleaned, and Thiokol sanded 2022

Engine room cleaned detailed, 2023

 

Additional Ship’s Systems

Tank Watch holding tank monitor

Splendide 2100 combination washer and dryer in the V.I.P stateroom

Semco teak cleaner and clear teak sealer applied to decks 2023

Custom Swim platform, extended to 30” 2022

Exterior detailed and waxed March 2023

Bottom cleaned April 2023

Engine room detailed April 2023

NOLA EMILIA is a 3-owner vessel, all the captains and their mates are fastidious yachtsmen. The initial owners ordered many custom details, ensuring the build was executed to perfection. They lived in the Chesapeake Bay, cruising the area with an occasional New England and Florida voyage.

The current owners are from Massachusetts Bay, cruising New England waters summers and winter-storing in a heated building. In the fall of 2022, they voyaged to Florida.

The vessel’s systems are serviced, exercised, and prepared for a cruise back to New England or a summer of exploring the Bahamas.  


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