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The Grand Craft 36 Commuter
The Ultimate Pleasure Craft, First Class From Bow to Stern
Truly Unique and Stunning, A Pure Work of Maritime Art.
A Study in Classic Wood Yacht Construction
Exceptional Yacht Tender for Someone Who Desires the Classically Unique and Rare
Styling and Class Reminiscent of the Roaring 20's
Very Light Private Use by Original Owner.
Stepping aboard you are instantly transported to the roaring 20's on your way to a party at the Gatsby mansion...every visible part of the vessel is true to form, compelling you to somewhere special and unique.
The ride is unparalleled by today's fiberglass hull boats, with the sharp entry and sound/vibration absorbing properties of the mahogany you feel like you are riding a Rolls-Royce on the water.
Ideal as a mega yacht tender, she speaks to the owner's unique and classic style like none other, projecting distinction and a keen eye for the truly premium.
African Meranti Mahogany is preferred by Grand-Craft for its flexible strength and sound/shock absorption, as well as its lasting beauty. Each piece is hand selected on the basis of the consistent, reddish brown hue and grain; straight grain for side planking, ribbon grain for the transom, if desired. Walnut and oak are often used on dash panels and storage compartments.
Stringers, made from high-grade fir, run the length of the hull for added strength.
All hardware is hand-cast brass or bronze, which is plated in copper, nickel and chrome, by the highest quality process available. Heavy as it is handsome, this striking hardware exemplifies the quality of Grand-Craft — strong, durable and beautiful works of art.
This Entire Vessel is Painstakingly Constructed by Hand at the Grand Craft Facility in Holland, Michigan using Fine Mahogany Wood.
Modern Woodworking Techniques Were Employed to Dramatically Increase Durability and Reduce Maintenance Downtime vs. Older Wood Vessels. Cross Plank Construction and West System Epoxy Resin Retain All the Beauty and Timeless Style of a Wood Boat but Without The Issues Typically Associated with Older Wood Vessels.
The Gorgeous Mahogany Exterior is Heavily Protected by up to 22 Layers of Awlspar and Awlbright Coating, the Best Protection Available For Wood in a Marine Environment, Even in Southern Climates.
The ILMOR engines are freshwater cooled for durability and feature variable valve timing for extra performance. The dual-equal hydraulic cam phaser adjusts camshaft timing at same rate for intake and exhaust valves, advancing cam timing for low end torque and slowing cam timing for high RPM horsepower.
The result is a reliable and well mannered power system that is ideally matched to a vessel of Grand Craft caliber.