Grand Banks Yachts offer some of the best performance and fuel efficiency in the industry. The downeast or trawler style is known for being durable and highly efficient at cruising speeds and Grand Banks luxurious interior accommodations make this a popular brand for long cruises or day-boating. Let an SI Yachts Sales Professional help you find the perfect pre-owned Grand Banks that fits your needs.
History of Grand Banks Yachts
It all started in 1956 when Grand Banks built stunning, classic designed yachts with the utmost comfort and precise detailing. Grand Banks isn’t just leading the yachting industry in trawler-style designs, they are changing it; with two popular vessel genres, the cruising trawlers and the downeast express cruiser. These vessels forever changed how yachtsmen spend time on the water. When it comes to design, Grand Banks takes enormous pride in the design and build of each individual yacht making their work a piece of work, every time. They use a monocoque technique that fuses the hull, deck, bulkhead and fixed furniture during construction to achieve incredible strength and smooth sailing, no matter the condition of the seas. Whichever model you choose for your yachting wants and needs, the interior will always be spacious with oversized power windows to always provide you with the best of the best views. As for the new models of Grand Banks, they will feature fully infused carbon fiber desk and superstructures for added strength and weight reduction, this will allow for a controlled center of gravity and stability. Grand Banks’ focus in the recent years has moved forward with speed and efficiency while perfecting the construction techniques to deliver unbelievably better yachts, ones that are durable against any element and can take on nature like never seen before. Grand Banks Yachts has a goal to deliver the best ride of any yacht, of any size and will also bring the trademark comfort and style that Grand Banks has always been known and loved for.
Grand Banks Models
The 58 Eastbay Flybridge from Grand Banks Yachts is one of the most in demand boats they have ever built. Cruising at 27 knots, this yacht handles spectacular. She provides graceful handling which is unlikely expected from a yacht of this size! Three generous sized staterooms are aboard this vessel with two full heads, each with a separate shower stall. There is also a large and spacious salon with a U-shaped galley. This yacht combines both, seakeeping characteristics and luxury designs, a yacht that will always satisfy the most perceptive buyer.
The layout of the 47 Classic is one of the most popular designs that Grand Banks has ever built. Set off for a nice evening ride cruising at 20 knots or top out at 25 knots. This vessel handles like a charm. There are two en-suite staterooms with a pull out convertible salon settee along with two large heads with stall showers in each. Overall the Grand Banks 47 Classic Yacht is ideal for cruising, living aboard or just enjoying the view, dockside. You will not regret a single thing with the Grand Banks 47 Classic.
In 1996 is when Grand Banks first introduced the 42 Europa to the public. This vessel has a huge hull, spacious forward stateroom and stairs that lead up to the flybridge instead of a ladder, unlike the model announced in 1979. The 42 Europa is highly noticeable if you are able to find handcrafted hardware, giving the 42 Europa a one-of-a-kind look! Another noticeable feature aboard the 42 Europa is the flybridge, which now extends past the aft deck. Even though the salon may be on the small size, it is still a grand area to entertain guests and doesn’t give off a tight feel due to the wide open windows and open concept design.
Looking for a sturdy yacht with a deep V-hull, generous salon and a helm deck? Look no further, the yacht for you is the Grand Banks 39 Eastbay. The U-shaped dinette in the galley is a great place to enjoy being out on the water, or in the salon. The luxury continues throughout this yacht into the staterooms with a curved shower door enclosure and cedar-lined storage lockers. You can also look forward to cruising at 24 to 26 knots due to the Yanmar 480 HP Diesel engine. With the length measuring at 42 foot 4 inches, the Grand Banks 39 Eastbay gives you the space to invite tons of people aboard and the 352 gallon fuel tank will make it quite easy to cover a long distance cruising the coast.
How to buy a Grand Banks Yacht
If you’re interested in purchasing a Grand Banks Yacht, a Staten Island Yacht Sales professional can assist you in your buying needs. All employees are trained to identify as many ways as possible to improve your experience when purchasing a Grand Banks Yacht. Being a 100-percent customer driven business, SI Yachts delivers every time.
How to Sell Your Grand Banks Yacht
Staten Island Yacht Sales has experience and the product knowledge to sell your Grand Banks Yacht. Selecting the right full service brokerage firm when selling your yacht improves the likelihood of a seamless and timely transaction. Listing your Grand Banks Yacht with SI Yachts, you can be certain it is in the hands of dedicated professionals. Over 50 years in business, our devoted Sales Professionals work attentively to provide you with first class representation.