$ 995,000

MAXIA III Yacht for Sale

62' 8" (19.08m)
Grand Banks
Asking Price
$ 995,000

MAXIA III, the 2007 Grand Banks Aleutian 59RP, boasts a unique blend of Grand Banks Yachts' renowned craftsmanship and custom adaptations tailored for the Asian market. This motor yacht offers a distinctive combination of luxury, functionality and performance. MAXIA III exemplifies the Grand Banks Aleutian 59RP's 'Best of both worlds' philosophy, combining speed, offshore capability and comfortable interiors.

Guests can enter the salon via a sliding door from the cockpit. The main salon features cream leather L-shaped settees on both sides, a large coffee table, and generous windows with manual wooden blinds. There is a pull out berth to be used when needed beneath the starboard side lounge and a TV is situated to port. The teak and holly cabin sole, along with over 800kg of high-grade teak, showcases Grand Banks' commitment to quality.

The galley and dining area, replacing the traditional raised pilothouse, boast fridges, cooktops, sinks, wine cooler, icemaker, trash compactor, and tea/coffee facilities. A U-shaped dinette accommodates up to eight guests, and a circular staircase provides easy access to the accommodation deck. The raised galley and dining space have become the heart of MAXIA III, creating the perfect atmosphere for comfortable day-to-day living.

MAXIA III accommodates seven guests in three staterooms. The master cabin, located aft midships, includes a queen-sized fore and aft berth, hanging lockers, and an aft-facing bureau. The en-suite bathroom features a vacuflush head and a generously sized shower stall. Additional guest cabins include a portside stateroom with three single berths and a forward VIP stateroom with an island double berth. The crew cabin is aft of the engine room and is accessible via a deck hatch or the engine room itself.

The exterior design prioritizes functionality and relaxation. The swim platform and transom offer easy access, with a fixed teak grate platform for tender storage. The cockpit, shaded by the flybridge overhang, features a forward-facing settee and an extendable teak table for alfresco dining. The flybridge, enclosed on four sides, hosts a helm with STIDD chairs, bench seats, and a sundeck aft with space for sun loungers and an armchair. The Portuguese bridge and foredeck provide protected side decks, a spacious sunpad area, and efficient anchor handling.


  • Hard to believe this yacht is nearly 17 years old. Gelcoat, exterior teak and all fittings are original and in perfect condition
  • Custom interior with the large galley and dinette with separate saloon makes for an extremely comfortable and spacious GB59. Feels like a larger yacht
  • Protected side decks and Portuguese bridge make her a delight to walk around in any conditions
  • Large flybridge is well protected from the elements and offers a great position from which to helm the yacht. Flybridge aft area for toys and sunbathing provide an additional area to enjoy
  • Beautiful solid teak cabinetry throughout, coupled with a teak and holly floor. The quality shines through
  • A timeless design, a capable hull and proven seaworthiness make this a great prospect for anyone considering a semi-displacement yacht


Builder Grand Banks
Model Grand Banks 59RP
Length (LOA) 62' 8" (19.08m)
Year 2007
Draft 5' 4" (1.63m)
Beam 18' (5.49m)
Range 564 NM
Location Phuket, Thailand


Staterooms 3
Sleeps 7
Single Beds 3
Heads 3
Crew Cabins 1
Crew Sleeps 2

Dimensions & Capacity

LOA 62' 8" (19.08m)
LWL 55' 4" (16.87m)
Max Draft 5' 4" (1.63m)
Fuel Tank 1,400 g (5,300 L)
Fresh Water 385 g (1,457 L)
Displacement 41


Hull Config Semi Displacement
Ext. Designer Grand Banks
Int. Designer Grand Banks
Max Speed 21 Knots
Cruising Speed 12 Knots
Range 564 NM
Stabilizers Underway
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Main Salon

Walking into the salon from the sliding rear door to the cockpit, one enters a symmetrical lower lounge with cream leather L-shaped settees set to port and starboard with a large coffee table on the portside. Three large windows aside offer views out and these windows are fitted with manual wooden blinds for easy shade and shuttering. A pull out occasional berth is located beneath the starboard side lounge and a TV is found aft port side on an electric riser when not concealed within the cabinet. The cabin sole throughout the yacht is Teak and Holly and the whole interior of the yacht is finished in very high grade teak. In fact, it is reported that there is over 800kg of teak on board the GB59RP. The fit and finish on board MAXIA III today, some 17 years after launch, is a testament to the quality and longevity of the teak and the craftsmanship of Grand Banks.

Forward of the L-shaped lounges to both sides are concealed electrical switchpanels, flanked by double shelf bookshelves for those all important almanacs and cruising guides.

There are three steps that take us from the lower lounge level, up to the Galley and Dining area which is where the Raised Pilothouse would have been located; but not on this boat.

Note – all of the teak joinery and cabinetry on board MAXIA III was carefully designed and considered during build. Where some GB models of that era had more ‘detail and embellishment’ built in, the owner of 59/16 had the forethought to ensure that the finishing was kept simple and modern and so remains in excellent condition and retains its timelessness.

  • Cream leather sofas port and starboard
  • Built in teak bookshelves
  • Coffee table and floor rug
  • Sliding salon side windows
  • TV on electric lifter
  • Bose Lifestyle 25 sound system
  • KVH satellite TV receiver (not currently used)
  • Overhead teak grab rail
  • Red night lighting - salon steps to galley
  • Easy access to electrical switch panels
  • 4 x power sockets
  • Onan generator start panel

Navigation Equipment

  • 2 x Raymarine MFD displays - 1 year
  • 2 x CAT MFD Engine displays
  • Naiad Fin control panel
  • Raymarine Radar
  • Raymarine Tridata
  • Raymarine ST60+ Wind Direction / Speed
  • Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot
  • Raymarine Smart Controller handheld for Autopilot
  • Raymarine VHF - 1 year
  • Raymarine RAY430 Loudhailer to foredeck
  • Jabsco remote controlled Spotlight
  • Bennett Trim Tabs
  • Sidepower Bowthruster
  • Morse electronic throttle/gear controls
  • Digital Tank Monitor

Galley / Dinette

With the Raised Pilothouse helm deleted during construction, this entire raised area is now given to the galley and dining which is perfect for on board living. Walking up the three steps from the lower lounge, we walk onto the expansive teak and holly soled floor with L-shaped galley units on port and starboard side. The portside is given to fridges, cooktop, sinks and an overhead crockery cabinets, whilst the starboard side has more open worktop space with more fridges, winecooler, icemaker, trash compactor and tea/coffee making facilities. As a whole, this is an amazing galley that offers maximum storage, worktop space and all with the superior views offered by the raised position.

Forward and offset to port, just below the windscreen, one finds a very comfortable U-shaped dinette table cable of seating up to eight guests. Just aft of the dinette, to port and starboard, are opening doors out to the sidedecks. This arrangement is unique and was perfectly executed by Grand Banks. This new ‘raised galley and dining area’ becomes the heart of the vessel and certainly lends itself to very comfortable onboard day to day living.

A circular staircase leads from the starboard side of the dinette, down to the accommodation deck and access to cabins. Being next to the opening door, this position also maximises fresh airflow to the lower deck and provides easy access to the cabins via the side decks, rather than having to walk through the saloon and galley.   

  • Large galley / dinette situated forward in place of RPH helm
  • Teka 3 burner electric hob
  • Fisher Paykel dishwasher
  • 6 x power sockets
  • Electrolux combination microwave / convection oven
  • 2 x Vitrifrigo fridge drawers - port side
  • 2 x Vitrifrigo freezer drawers - starboard side
  • Single s/s sink with mixer tap
  • Valenti wine cooler for 20 bottles
  • Icemaker 
  • Broan trash compactor
  • Storage lockers for pots and pans
  • VHF radio remote speaker 
  • Oceanair blinds to forward windscreen windows
  • Teak louvred blinds to galley windows
  • Extendable dining table with U-shaped seating set to port side
  • Side opening doors to deck, port and startboard
  • Companionway to accomodation deck, starboard side


Total:  7 guests in 3 cabins

Master Cabin:  Midships, full beam with en-suite

VIP Cabin:  Forward, with en-suite
Port cabin:  Port side, athwartships. 3 single berths comprised of 1 single berth aft and twin bunk bed forward
Day Head:  Located on accomodation deck in corridor 

Master Cabin - Midships

The full beam Master Cabin is located aft midships and features a Queen sized fore and aft berth located just to port of the centreline. There are drawers built in below the bed, as well as additional storage drawers and cupboard located to port. There are two hanging lockers and also an aft facing bureau/writing desk which is next to the bed on the starboard side with its own chair.  Three opening ports provide natural light and ventilation. The en-suite bathroom is on the starboard side and features a vacuflush head, single basin and a very generously sized shower stall. A 32in TV is found in the master cabin facing the bed although is most likely due for replacement.
  • Queen berth - fore/aft to port of centreline
  • Stroage drawers beneath bed
  • Writing desk with chair 
  • 2 x Hanging lockers
  • TV facing bed
  • Teak & Holly cabin sole
  • Reading lights
  • Emergency escape hatch above berth with ladder
  • Opening hull ports
  • Storage cupboards to port and starboard
            En-suite bathroom
  • Dometic vacuflush head
  • Large shower cubicle with concertina door
  • Single sink with mixer tap

Vip Cabin - Forward

Walking forward one finds the VIP stateroom in the bow which features an island double berth located on the centreline. Four opening hull ports and two overhead opening hatches provide plentiful natural light and cross ventilation. Hanging lockers are found to port and starboard, and storage drawers are built in beneath the bed.

The en-suite bathroom is well sized and set to the starboard side. This bathroom has a vacuflush head, single basin and a separate shower stall with plenty of space.

  • Island double berth 
  • 2 x Deckhead hatches with blinds and mosquito screens
  • Hanging lockers port and starboard
  • 2 x Storage drawers beneath bed
  • 2 x Reading lights
  • Full height mirror
  • 2 x Opening hull ports
  • Ladder for emergency exit via deckhead hatch
  • Stereo / CD player with 2 speakers
  • 2 x Power sockets
  • 2 x red floor courtesy night lights
  • Mirror headboard and fabric panels
  • Teak & Holly cabin sole
 En-suite bathroom
  • Dometic vacuflush head
  • Single sink and mixer tap
  • Corian tops
  • Opening hull port with teak blind
  • Enclosed shower cubicle with lights and concertina door
  • Extractor fan vent
  • Fresh air from foredeck dorade 
  • 1 x power socket

Guest Cabin - Port

The smaller of the guest cabins can be found on the portside just forward of the master cabin. The access door being across from the base of the staircase. This stateroom has three single berths set athwartships with a single berth aft and twin bunk berths forward. Both benefit from opening ports for light and ventilation. There is good floorspace between the bunks and a single hanging locker also set between them. With excellent headroom and the classic timber craftsmanship, this does not feel like a small cabin and would happily cater to a wide range of uses or guests. The head and shower for this cabin is the day head located across the corridor.  
  • 3 x single berths - athwartships
  • Storage drawers beneath beds
  • 3 x reading lights
  • 1 x power socket
  • Upholstered headboards to lower berths
  • Hanging locker with mirror
  • Stereo / CD player with 2 speakers
  •  2 x opening hull ports with teak louvred blinds
  • Teak & Holly cabin sole

Day Head - Companionway

  • Lockable teak door
  • Combined shower/head with curtain
  • Tiled flooring 
  • Single sink with mixer tap
  • Opening hull port with teak blind
  • Extractor fan
  • Vacuflush head
  • 2 x large/deep storage lockers 

Crew Cabin

The crew cabin is positioned far aft, aft of the engine room and located beneath the cockpit on the main deck. The crew cabin can be accessed in two ways, via a deck hatch in the cockpit with ladder, or via the engine room itself through a watertight door.

Upper and lower berths are positioned to the portside and run fore and aft. A combined head and shower area are located aft of the crew bunks, through another door, and this benefits from the fact that the shower/head area has an opening hatch direct onto the transom/swim platform. This gives more than adequate fresh air into the crew cabin, and also ability to add natural light into this otherwise compact and ‘hidden’ area of the boat. Please note that the crew cabin is currently used for storage and so may require small changes in order to turn this back into a dedicated and comfortable crew space.


Stepping on to the yacht from the dock is easy via the low transom which is a moulded section of the hull. There are three steps up to the cockpit and these are from both port and starboard side. Handrails are there to assist with boarding from the dock, and stainless steel fairleads keep the lines tidy and yachtlike.

On a standard Aleutian 59RP there is no swim platform and the tender would be lifted by the davit crane up to the flybridge aft. On MAXIA III the owner decided to keep the flybridge aft clear and so added a fixed teak grate platform onto the transom. As this is fixed and without hydraulics then is also maintenance free. The davit crane easily lifts the tender from the water onto this platform and large tender chocks remain in place ready to secure the tender.

Shorepower cable outlets are found on the transom and also on both sides catering for port, or starboard side mooring. 

  • Hot and cold deck shower
  • Shorepower cable access
  • Varnished registry flag pole
  • Fixed teak grate swim platform with ladder and fixed tender chocks
  • 2 x s/s grab handles on aft quarters to assist with boarding from dock
  • Courtesy lights to steps to cockpit
  • 2 x lockable transom doors
  • Teak laid transom, transom steps and cockpit

Cockpit Aft Deck

The cockpit is a delightful place to sit with unobstructed views aft and to the sides. The forward facing settee, with storage below, is comfortable and also leaves the accesses, fairleads and cleats clear for crew. The settee faces a varnished teak table which is extendable in time for al-fresco dining. The cockpit floor is teak laid and the teak, although original, remains in superb condition with hardly any signs of wear, a testament to the ongoing maintenance this yacht has enjoyed.

One of the most remarkable, and important points about the cockpit is the fact that it is completely shaded and protected by the flybridge overhang above which extends the full length of the cockpit. This GRP overhang offers a high ceiling and contains all overhead lighting, but is also relatively slim and does not add bulk to the overall aesthetic of the vessel. A classic Grand Banks design trait that many modern builders find hard to get right.

A sliding door connects the cockpit and saloon with a storage cabinet to the starboard side of the door, and the staircase to the flybridge is located to port and is easy and safe to traverse.

  • Athwartships cockpit table with removeable centre so can convert to 2 x small tables
  • Fixed bench seating along transom
  • Sovereign electric BBQ with weatherproof power socket beneath
  • 2 x storage lockers beneath bench seat
  • Rubbish bin
  • 2 x deckhead speakers 
  • 4 x S/S fairleads and cleats 
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Sliding door to salon
  • 2 x detachable rod holders
  • Large storage space under deck for cruising equipment
  • 2 x power sockets next to cockpit table
  • Deck hatch access to crew cabin aft

Side Decks

The side decks from cockpit to foredeck on the GB59RP and easily navigated and well protected. Walking from the aft, there are three steps at midships which bring you up to the RP deck level. These side decks then wrap around the main deck windscreen to form a wonderful Portuguese bridge, arguably the finest place from which to stand and admire the view during navigation. The Portuguese bridge, and the two side doors to the galley dinette, make for extremely easy movement around the yacht which high freeboard and bulwarks giving added protection. Towards the cockpit on the starboard side is the engine room access door, another great addition so that entry into the engine room is easy and without the need to lift any deck hatches.

The Portuguese bridge has a forward centreline door giving access to the foredeck. The foredeck area is flat and full beam with teak caprails and stainless grabrails around. Two moulded fordeck seats face forward and ample storage is found beneath whilst ventilation dorades feed fresh air to the heads below. This whole foredeck area can be covered with cushions turning this into a wonderfully large sunpad. Anchor handling is forward with the anchor rollers on a bowsprit, keeping chain and anchor away from the bow.  

  • Eliptical stainless steel handrails all around yacht
  • Side opening doors - port and starboard - for marina step access
  • Water and Deisel fillers
  • Midships fairlead with 2 x cleats
  • Covered sidedeck walkway from flybridge overhang makes for safe and comfortable passage around decks.
  • Overhead and courtesy lighting

Portuguese Bridge

  • Doors from Galley / Dinette port and starboard open fully and lock into position
  • Varnished cap rail
  • 3 x windscreen wipers 
  • Opening doors to access foredeck - closed for weather protection
  • 6 x lockers for storage / cleaning gear
  • Courtesy light


  • 2 x forward facing bench seats with storage beneath
  • 6 x foredeck cushions to form large sunpad
  • Non skid paint to foredeck
  • 4 x stainless steel fairleads
  • 4 x mooring cleats
  • 2 x deck dorades venting fresh air into heads below
  • Shorepower inlet on bow 
  • Lofrans FK2407 24V 1500W Windlass with brake and warping winch
  • Anchor roller on bow sprit with 2nd roller available for reef anchor
  • Fender locker on port side
  • 100m anchor chain in locker
  • Varnished cap rails
  • Fresh water washdown hose in locker


The flybridge of MAXIA III is very impressive and perfectly suited to cruising enjoyment. As you enter the flybridge via the staircase from the cockpit, you enter into a covered space which is protected and enclosed on four sides with heavy duty clears. The GRP hardtop provides perfect cover and has overhead lighting and grabrails well placed. The helm is on the centreline of the yacht and there are two Pompanette helm chairs, centre and to starboard, for Captain and guest. The helm dash itself is moulded and protected from the elements and so all navigational electronics and switchgear remain in good condition. To the portside of the captains chair is a forward facing bench seat and two fore and aft bench seats are located to port and starboard and behind the helm. There are two fixed pedestal, teak grate drinks tables  in front of each seat. The flybridge floor is teak laid and this is a safe, comfortable and commanding position to be underway, or at anchor.
  • Safe and easy access to flybridge via comfortable staircase
  • Teak laid flybridge 
  • Full beam hardtop with clears enclosure
  • Sofa seating to port and starboard with storage beneath
  • 2 x fixed teak grate tables
  • 2 x fully adjustable Stidd Systems helm chairs
  • 3 x Courtesy lights
  • 6 x Overhead lights - white
  • 6 x Overhead lights - red
  • Storage cabinet aft starboard 
  • 1 x USB socket
  • 1 x power socket

    Flybridge Aft

    With the forward end of the flybridge under the cover of the GRP hardtop, and enclosed on four sides, a stainless steel rail separates the forward from the aft section of the flybridge.  The space freed up by not storing the tender here, has allowed for a ‘sundeck’ with room for two sunloungers and a comfortable armchair for days when a little sun soaking is called for. This area is cool underfoot thanks to the nonskid paint finish and with good height stainless steel railings for security. Lifebuoys and watertoys are kept and stored in this area. To the starboard side, and kept sperate by a railing, is the davit crane. This 24VDC crane has a 450kg capability at its full extension of 2.8m.

  • It is worth noting that the design of the Grand Banks allows for additional width and overhang to the flybridge which also gives protection and cover to the main side decks on both sides. These covered sidedecks offer great protection and safety in all conditions and are particular to the trawler style of yacht. In comparison, many other yachts may feel exposed in these areas.   
  • Non-skid deck 
  • 2 x Outdoor sunloungers
  • 2 x Lifebouys with floating line and lights
  • S/S rack aft for carrying canoe / SUP board
  • Tender crane / davit on port side
  • Liferaft on hydrostatic release to starboard side

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