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2007 Grand Banks Aleutian 59

Westbrook, Connecticut


Regina Ann, a one owner Aleutian 59, was thoughtfully designed to meet the needs of a couple and their 2 children, and has received exemplary care and annual upgrades.  Among the highlights, options and recent upgrades:

  • Modified deep-V hull designed in collaboration with renown designer Sparkman & Stephens
  • 3 Staterooms and 3 full heads
  • C-15 Cats (853hp) which will cruise Regina Ann at 18-19 its
  • Bow and Stern Thrusters 
  • Naiad Stabilizers
  • Village Marine watermaker
  • New (never used) 2020 Boston Whaler 110 Sport with new 25 HP Mercury outboard
  • New (2018) RayMarine Axiom electronics (Flybridge and Pilothouse)
  • WiFi hotspot (10 miles offshore)
  • New EZ2CY flybridge enclosure
  • New full aft enclosure
  • Flybridge hardtop w/LED lighting
  • Optional Wing doors from cockpit to side decks
  • Complete new exhaust system on both engines (2017)
  • New engine, house and generator batteries (2020)

Regina Ann is in superb condition, reflecting the care of her owner, a deeply experienced yachtsman.   The boat is currently in winter heated storage, and easily and comfortably seen.   


Down East Yachting is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Petzolds Norwalk Cove Marina.

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: Regina Ann
Make: Grand Banks
Model: Aleutian 59
Year: 2007
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: GND00000X000
Has Hull ID: Yes


Length: 59 ft / 17.98 m
Length Overall: 62'7 ft / 19.07 m
Length Of Deck: 58'7 ft / 17.86 m
Waterline Length: 55'4 ft / 16.86 m
Beam: 18 ft / 5.49 m
Max Draft: 5'4 ft / 1.62 m
Dry Weight: 90,000 lb

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make: Caterpillar
  • Model: C-15
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 853hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 4 Blade
  • Engine Hours: 1300
  • Engine Location: Port
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make: Caterpillar
  • Model: C-15
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 853hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 4 Blade
  • Engine Hours: 1300
  • Engine Location: Starboard
Total Engine Power: 1,706hp
Cruising Speed: 19 kn
Propeller RPM: 1725
Maximum Speed: 24 kn


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 1,600 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 235 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 110 gal


Heads Count: 3
Drive Type: Direct
Boat Class: Pilothouse, Motor Yachts

Exterior Vessel Walk-around

From the wide swim platform with removable safety rails, entry is through aft boarding gates, port and starboard, to the spacious aft deck.

Aft Deck highlights:

  • Transom bench seat covered in off-white ultra leather.
  • Full width custom varnished teak dining table with 4 teak chairs for seating for up to 8-10 guests.  The table is designed to convert to 2 cocktail tables for more leisure activities.
  • Forward to starboard of the sliding door to the main salon is a storage locker. which also functions as a serving counter with storage below.
  • Forward to port is the curved stairway to the flybridge.
  • Hatch to aft engine room storage area and alternate waterproof access to engine room.
  • Optional teak wing doors to port and starboard lead to side decks.  It assures a dry comfortable aft deck when underway or on a rainy day.
  • Stern hot/cold shower
  • Overhead lighting and speakers
  • Sunbrella covers for the teak dining table and bench seat

Side deck highlights:

  • A waterproof door leads to the engine room, and is aft to port just beyond the wing door
  • The side decks are sheltered by the hard top overhang much of the way along the cabin length. There is also overhead lighting.
  • S/S port and starboard boarding gates
  • Port and starboard doors open into the helm/pilot house, tremendously helpful for the helmsman and crew.

Foredeck highlights:

Walking forward and around the cabin house of the Portuguese bridge is the center-line double door entry to the foredeck, with bench seating against the bridge to port and starboard.  The cushions are covered in off-white ultra leather and have Sunbrella covers when not in use, and storage within.

  • 2 chrome teak trimmed dorade boxes
  • 2 opening hatches to forward stateroom and serve as an emergency exit
  • Bow pulpit/platform with a new 105 lb Lewmar hinged S/S anchor w/200' of chain
  • Second lunch hook is 65 lbs w/chain and nylon rode
  • Maxwell dual windlass (up and down) with deck hawsers
  • S/S bow rail, teak toe rails and S/S cleats
  • Deck wash down

Flybridge highlights:

From the aft deck, to port, take the curved stairway with its teak handrail to the flybridge.  Forward of the landing is the guest seating, tables and helm area, covered by the hardtop and enclosed with the new EZ2YC enclosure.  Opposite the stairway is the grill cabinet area, and aft of the grill is the dinghy davit and dinghy.

  • Bench seat to port aft of the companion helm seat and features a freshly varnished teak table. Sunbrella covers for bench and table.
  • L-settee to starboard with a freshly varnished teak table and Sunbrella covers for bench and table.
  • Forward is a center-line Stidd helm and a companion Stidd seat with Sunbrella covers for each.
  • Storage under helm station and all seating
  • Electric grill in cabinet aft of L-settee to starboard.
  • Quick  Hydraulic dinghy davit aft of stairs landing
  • Boston Whaler 110 Sport dinghy (never used) with Mercury 25 HP outboard (new). The dinghy has fiberglass console steering, fish finder/GPS and bow locker. 
  • Lighting and Polyplaner speakers in hardtop
  • Mast on hard top
  • Winslow Liferaft in its case near davit
  • Epirb mounted at top of stairway landing
Interior Walk-through

Entering the main salon from the aft deck through the large sliding teak doors, one is immediately wowed by the open layout from the door straight through to the lower helm, and the tremendous 360 degree visibility is provided by large windows everywhere.

  • Immediately to port from the aft deck is a varnished teak end table housing a stereo and available for other storage.
  • A long, wrap L-settee to port covered in Ultraleater with a teak hi/lo cocktail/dining table, and another forward teak end table.
  • Opposite to starboard is a teak entertainment cabinet with a hi/lo TV, and is flanked by 2 upholstered club chairs.
  •  There are bookshelves forward in the port and starboard bulkheads, and a bookshelf in the aft port corner behind the L-settee as well.
  • Optional roll up screens run discreetly the height of the side doors and aft door.  When in use they are pulled across the door opening, and securely held in place on the opposite side by a magnetized edge.  Easy, effective and practically invisible. 

Up 3 steps is the U-shaped galley to port and a big L-settee with its dining table opposite to starboard: 

  • Full galley to port with all appliances including a dish washer.
  • Large L-settee dinette with a teak dining table.  There is storage under the settee including a handy deep drawer at the aft inboard end closest to the galley.
  • At the forward end of the dinette is an end table housing an ice maker and liquor and glass storage.

Forward of the dinette and galley is the lower helm and the stairway to the cabins below:

  • Centerline Stidd helm and portside Stidd companion seat.
  • The large helm accommodates a full array of electronics, as well as systems displays and controls.  
  • A chart locker with a folding lid and storage below is to port.
  • The breaker panel is to port of the helm.
  • A circular cabinet with glassware is to starboard of the helm seat at the top of the stairway.
  • Aft of the Stidds, on the forward side of the forward galley cabinet are 2 freezer drawers.
  • Port and starboard doors lead to the side decks.

The curved teak paneled stairway leads to the three cabins and day head and shower.

  • Forward is the VIP stateroom with a centerline queen berth, ensuite head and stall shower, 2 overhead hatches, 2 S/S opening ports, TV and storage galore. All hanging lockers are cedar lined and  lighted, there is abundant drawer and cabinet storage, reading lamps and overhead lighting. The cabin has separate air con controls.
  • Next aft to port is a guest cabin with twin bunks with cedar lined hanging locker between them, along with drawer storage beneath the bunks.  There are opening ports, reading lamps and overhead lighting. There are also separate air con controls. 
  • Opposite the guest cabin and forward of the stairway is the day head with a shower.
  • A separate washer and dryer are behind cabinets in the day head.
  • Aft of the stairway and guest cabin is the full width master stateroom with an en-suite head and shower just to starboard of the entrance to the cabin.  The shower door is teak trimmed lucite. The king size walk around berth has end tables on each side, and reading lamps and overhead lighting. To starboard of the berth is a desk with a mirror above. Between the desk and head is a hanging locker and drawers.  To port are more drawers and another hanging locker.  There are large S/S opening ports to port and starboard. There are, as in all staterooms, independent air con controls.  



The fully equipped U-shaped galley and the dinette area are the most popular places to be underway.  In addition to ample storage the appliances are:

  • 2 Subzero refrigerators within the galley under the aft cabinet
  • 2 Subzero freezers on the forward side of the forward cabinet
  • GE Speed cooktop and oven are outboard
  • Microwave above the cooktop
  • Fisher & Pykel dishwasher
  • Keurig coffee maker
  • Deep S/S sink in the forward counter top
  • Under counter lockers and drawers 
  • Optional overhead drop down dish and mug storage lockers
Electronics, Entertainment and Systems Controls

Full array of electronics and controls at pilothouse and flybridge helms:

  • New RayMarine Axiom electronics:  2-12" radar/chart plotter touchscreens at the lower helm.  A single 16" Axiom touchscreen radar/chart plotter is in the center of the flybridge helm station.
  • 9" Raymarine radar/chart plotter at the flybridge helm station, to the right of the 16" display.  
  • Raymarine Autopilot (both stations)
  • Raymarine Speed and Depth (FB)
  • Raymarine Wind (FB)
  • Icom-M504 VHF (both stations)
  • Rudder indicator (both stations)
  • Maxpower bow & stern thruster controls (both stations)
  • Bennet Trim Tabs (both stations)
  • New Morse electronic shifter/throttles (2019) (both stations)
  • Cat engine monitoring system display (both stations)
  • Engine synchronizer (both stations)
  • Naiad Dynamic panel via Datum control module below deck (both stations)
  • Windlass control panel (both stations)
  • Onan genset panel (both stations)
  • 2 ACR control panels for ACR model URP102 (both stations)
  • Fresh/grey water controls panel with discharge selector (both stations)
  • Sony RM-X55M stereo system control
  • Polyplaner speakers throughout
  • Alarm light panel for bilge pumps: forward, engine forward, engine aft, aft (both)
  • 2 high temp engine indicators port and starboard (both stations)
  • Quick hydraulic davit controller
  • 12V and 110V receptacles (both stations) 
  • 2 antennas port & starboard
  • KVH satellite TV Trac Vision dome (second is spare dome)
  • 2 GPS antennas
  • 2 TVs:  salon and VIP cabin
  • Bose Lifestyle entertainment system (radio, stereo, CD, DVD)
  • Full breaker panel to port of lower helm
  • Onan "e" series genset:  Onan 21.5 KW w/sound shield
  • Shore power inlet via Glendinning Cable Master at stern (50/125/250)
  • 120V outlets throughout with GFIs in heads
  • Dimmer switch lighting controls throughout
  • Reverse cycle air conditioning/heat throughout
  • 20 gal Seward hot water heater
  • Xantrax panel monitor above main helm
  • FLIR monitor coach roof camera
  • Miele electric grill on flybridge
  • Isotherm ice maker on flybridge
  • 2 Subzero refrigerators
  • 2 Subzero freezers
  • Fisher & Pykel Dishwasher
  • AC/DC distribution panel
  • Kahlenburg air horns
  • Alternators on each engine and generator (Starboard alternator runs hydraulic stabilizers)
  • AGM batteries (2020): 2X8D engine starting, 2X4D bow thruster, 4X8D house bank, 2X2F generator
  • Automatic Charles C-Power ISO Boost
  • 12V 50 AMP battery charger and automatic battery charger 24V 75 AMP
  • Xantrex battery condition monitor (overhead in pilot house)
  • Battery disconnect switch
  • Battery switch emergency paralleling
  • Auto bilge pumps (DC)
  • Bonding system
  • Custom MaxPower bow and stern thrusters
  • Cat gauges and instrumentation via Cat MPD electronic display
  • Engine room blowers (DC)
  • Engine room lights AC florescent with diffusers
  • Engine room lights DC
  • Engine start/stop (both stations)
  • Entertainment system with speakers
  • Bose Lifestyle premium system
  • Pressurized fresh water system
  • Navigation lights and courtesy lighting (DC)
  • Reverso Oil Change system (DC)
  • Bennet Trim Tabs
  • Rudder angle indicators
  • Splendide separate washer and dryer
  • 20 gal water heater
  • Windshield wipers w/speed control, auto park and washers (DC)
  • Wiring: marine grade, tin plated copper
  • Isolation transformer
  • Village Marine Tech water maker
  • Sea Star hydraulic ram steering below deck 
Engines and Mechanical
  • Caterpillar C-15 twin diesels with 1,300 hrs
  • Twin Disc "Quick Shift" transmissions (Model MGX5114A) w/electronic Slow Vessel Mode shift option
  • Dripless water cooled shaft seals
  • Engine alarms/indicators at both stations
  • Morse KE-5 engine controls w/remote and "slow mode" for docking
  • Two 4-blade nickel-aluminum-bronze dynamically balanced props
  • Naiad Stabilizers, 7.5 sq ft fins
  • Hydraulic steering with power assist
  • Manual bilge pump and 4 electric bilge pumps
  • Fresh water engine room faucet
  • Engine room sound insulation
  • Exhaust underwater outlet
  • Fireboy extinguisher system with engine, generator, and blower shut down with override controls
  • Dual Racor fuel filters/water separators on each engine
  • Fuel polishing on main tanks (optional)
  • Groco water strainers and sea-cocks
  • Safety sea-cocks on engine raw water inlets
  • Gas/water separator on generator exhaust system
  • Full fuel tank
Construction and Deck and Hull


  • Water tight bulkheads
  • Full length keel extends below running gear
  • Gelcoated fiberglass exterior with cross linked PVC foam core for deckhouse and bridge; hand laid fiberglass hull; structural grid is fiberglass and foam.
  • Hydrex resin skin in hull lamination
  • Molded quarter guard with S/S rub rail
  • Hull solid glass below waterline and cored above
  • S/S rails at bow
  • S/S side safety rails on varnished teak cap rails
  • S/S bridge grab handles and rails
  • S/S radar arch mounts for electronics

Deck and Hull highlights:

  • Chain locker is self-draining
  • Fiberglass anchor platform w/pulpit and double S/S anchor bow rollers
  • S/S chocks and mooring cleats
  • Cockpit teak is epoxy bonded
  • Teak decking on side decks run to before pilothouse doors
  • Dinghy chocks are integrally reinforced
  • Maxwell dual windlass
  • Engine room employs Delta T demisters
  • Foredeck lockers port and starboard
  • Freshwater wash down forward
  • Non-skid Awlgrip surfaces on side and forward of pilothouse, foredeck and hardtop
  • Portuguese bridge with lockers and forward access doors
  • S/S safety rails on flybridge and forward of Portuguese bridge
  • Port and starboard boarding gates
  • Manship chrome border hatches w/screens and blinds in forward cabin
  • Tempered glass windows are fritted and bonded flush 


Safety Equipment
  • Winslow Liferaft  is mounted on flybridge.
  • EPIRB is mounted on flybridge at top of the stairs from the aft deck.
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.

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