BOAT ID: 5966703

Year: 2007
Length: ft.
Engine/Fuel Type:
Located In: CT, United States
Hull Material: Fiberglass

Current Price: $1,750,000

Contact Information
Name: Sparkman & Stephens Brokerage
Phone: (203) 687-4700

This is an original owner Grand Banks 59 Aleutian. The 59 is a tremendous sea boat and cruises beautifully at twenty knots and is comfortable in any sea state. Performance and luxury, form and function come together in perfect harmony aboard the 59 Aleutian RP. Within a modified deep-V hull and powerful C15 Caterpillar twin diesel, the 59 RP cruises to 18 to 19 knots without ever sacrificing steady, quiet comfort. Full throttle provides 23 to 24 knots at 12300 RPM. Pilot from the lower helm and enjoy sweeping visibility, or from the fly-bridge, where ample seating and panoramic views create an irresistible setting for your family and friends. Inside and out the 59RP impresses with its timeless style, intelligent design and luxurious amenities. Designed in collaboration with renowned naval architects Sparkman and Stephens, and packed stem to stem with thoughtfully appointed features, the 59RP represents the Grand Banks cruising experience at its finest. This boat does not have any peculiar history and has never been damaged or ever received any major repairs. She is a great boat at a reasonable price.

Cabins 3
Cabins 3

LOA-Hull: 59 ft.
LOA-Total: ft.
Beam: ft.
Length on Deck: 59 ft.
Maximum Draft: ft.


Brand: Caterpillar
Year Built: 2007
Engine Model: C15
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours:
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 853

Brand: Caterpillar
Year Built: 2007
Engine Model: C15
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours:
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 853

Fresh Water Tanks: 370 gallons
Fuel Tanks: 1600 gallons
Holding Tanks: 110 gallons


The Grand Banks 59 Aleutian series has an outstanding layout on deck. A large aft deck features teak decking/bench seating and ample sized convertible split table. Moving forward via ample sized walk-around deck port and starboard give foul weather protection and provide easy access to engine room, pilot doors, Portuguese bridge and forward deck access. Aft entrance to main salon is via a centerline double sliding glass door which open to a warm teak interior with “L” shaped sofa/pullout berth to port with ample storage below. A high/low table is just in front of the sofa. Below TV is access to Bose lifestyle system (radio, stereo, CD, DVD player). Two barrel chairs are to Starboard with high/low TV and entertainment center between ample window spaces both port and starboard promote “open” feel in main salon. Large windows at aft bulkhead glass provide exceptional light/visibly. Mid-ship area has ample book shelves and storage. A second engine access is via panel in teak sole. Moving forward the galley and pilothouse are slightly raised, accessed via 3 steps. Port and starboard pilothouse entrance doors have pull out screens as does the aft center line door access. The galley is to portside “U” shaped, very accommodating with an open feel and contiguous with the helm area. An “L” shaped dinette is starboard with ample seating and large folding table. Galley has full compliment of appliances. Subzero refrigerator/freezer drawers, GE speed cook oven, microwave oven, Fisher & Paykel dishwasher, trash compartment. Transition from helm to dinette is only a few steps. The Helm deck is bright and spacious providing exceptional visibility to all points. Port and starboard pilot doors make docking worry free. A Stidd pilots helm seat is center line¬†optional navigators Stidd seating to port. Cabins access below decks is to starboard via spiral staircase. Three cabins are provided below deck in this “standard” layout. Woodworking skill is evident and exceptional throughout. All compartments feature private AC/Heat controls and dimmer switch lighting as well as standard lamps. Opening stainless steel ports are in each cabin. Each shower compartment is vented with DC blowers and sumps have DC pumps. Master suite is mid ship with king sized island berth. Considerable storage is available with desk, chest of drawers vanity table and bedside table to starboard. Two hanging lockers- port and starboard are cedar lined of coarse. Private head with large shower stall, sink/vanity are starboard. Stainless steel opening port lights provide light and ventilation and have screens and curtains. This stateroom is a pleasure to the eye and as comfortable/spacious as they get employing vessels full beam. Cabin lighting exudes luxury. VIP Stateroom is forward with center line berth, storage drawers under berth, two overhead hatches and two opening side port lights. This suite features a large comfortable private cabinet for shower/head and vanity with sink to port. Storage abounds in multiple cabinets/lockers. Hanging lockers are cedar lined. Guest stateroom features two single berths, to starboard with plenty of hanging storage and a “day head”across hall with shower, sink, vanity and head. A washer/dryer combo is housed behind well crafted doors in this compartment. Aft compartment of engine room offers multiple uses, employs extra tank-age and storage.



Water tight bulkheads

Partial skeg style keel extends below running gear

Gel-coated fiberglass exterior with cross linked PVC foam core for deck-house and bridge

Hand laid fiberglass hull structural grid fiberglass and foam

Hydrex resin skin in hull lamination

Molded quarter guard with stainless steel rubrail

Hull solid glass below waterline/cored above

Stainless steel rails forward bow rails and stainless steel aft rails

Stainless steel bridge grab handles and deck rails

Stainless steel radar arch mounts for electronics

Full staircase to bridge

Deck/Exterior Gear

Chain locker is self draining

Fiberglass anchor platform with pulpit and double stainless steel rollers, 2 Suncor Stainless stell polished anchors

Teak bulwark caps

Stainless steel chocks and mooring cleats

Cockpit teak is epoxy bonded

Teak decking on side decks to before pilothouse doors

Dinghy chocks are integrally reinforced

Engine room employs Delta T Demisters Bow and stern flag pole holders

Fore-deck lockers port and starboard

Fresh water wash down

Nonskid Awlgrip surfaces side and forward of pilothouse fore-deck and hardtop

Portuguese bridge with lockers and forward deck access door

Stainless steel rub rail

Stainless steel safely rails on fly bridge and forward of Portuguese bridge

Port and starboard side deck access doors

MAXWELL dual windlass

Tempered glass windows fitted and bonded flush installed

Engines & Mechanical

Dependable caterpillar C15 853 hp twin diesels, FWC 20 knots cruise 23 to 24 knots maximum speed @2300rpm

Twin Disc “Quick Shift” transmission (model MGX5114A with electronic slow vessel mode- shaft option.

Dripless water cooled shaft seals

Engine alarm/indicators both upper and lower stations

Morse KE-5 engine controls with remote and “slow mode” for docking

(2) 4 blade nickel-aluminum bronze dynamically balanced propellers

Najad stabilizers 254 7.5sq ft. fins

Hydraulic steering with power assist

Manual bilge pump and 4 electric bilge pumps

Freshwater engine room faucet

Engine room sound insulation

Exhaust underwater outlet

Fireboy extinguisher system with engine generator and blower shut down with over ride control

Dual Racor fuel filter/water separators on each engine.

Fuel polishing on man tanks

Groco water strainers,

Groco sea-cocks safely sea-cocks on engine raw water inlets

Baffled aluminum fuel tanks

Painted aluminium water tanks

Gas/water separator on generator exhaust system



Fly-bridge Helm Station: 2 ST60+ graphics ST60+ Speed depth, and wind Loom VHF ICOM 1GM504

Rudder indicator gauge

RayMarine E120 Chart/radar

RayMarine E80 Chart/radar

FLIR thermal camera

Sony RM-X55M Stereo system controller

Polyplanar speakers throughout boat

Morse KE-5 electronic shiftier/throttle controls with slow speed selector for close quarters

MaxPower bow and stern thrusters

Power up/down windlass control

Bennett trim tabs

Alarm light panel for bilge pumps: forward engine, forward engines aft

2 High temperature engine indicators port and starboard

Naiad dynamics stabilizer 12 volt DC accessory receptacles

2 CR Spots model UPR102

Fireboy system panel with engine shutdown

Quick hydraulic hoist controller

RayMarine 48 mile radar open array

1 KVH satellite TV trac vision dome (with second spare dome)

2 GPS antennas Pilothouse: RayMarine E120 Chart/radar RayMarine E80 Chart/radar

2 digital Caterpillar engine monitors (port and starboard digital engine monitors)

Computank monitor

Windlass control panel

Rudder indicator

Bennet trim tabs

Morse electronics shiftier/throttle

Maxpower thruster bow and stern control

Engine Synchronizer

Naiad dynamic panel via Datum control module below deck

Onan eQd series genset panel

2 ACR control units Lom VHF

Fresh/grey water control panel with discharge selector


Onan’s “e series” generator.

Onan 21.5 KW with sound shield

Shower power inlet via Glendinning Cable Master stem 50/125/250

Ample 120 volt outlets- ground fault interrupter in heads

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