We offer the full range of Grand Banks trawlers for sale. Owning a Grand Banks trawler is unlike any other marine experience. A select network of people and services stands ready to maximize the magic that piloting and owning a Grand Banks brings. Grand Banks got its start in Hong Kong in when American Marine, ltd.
Founder Robert J. Newton and his sons ran a custom boatyard in Hong Kong. In the early 1960s through a collaboration with Kenneth Smith, they designed and produced Spray, a 36-foot diesel cruiser with workman-like lines. This design forms the basis of today's Grand Banks Heritage series with boats ranging in length from 43 feet to 54 feet.
Grand Banks trawlers followed that design with the Eastbay Series, based on traditional downeast lobster trawlers, with models running 45 feet to 55 feet. The launch of the luxurious Aleutian Series in 2001 featured traditional raised pilothouse watercraft with traditional designs in a larger format up to 76 feet in length that added a new level of style and sophistication along with the seaworthiness that customers have come to expect.
Today, Grand Banks builds its often imitated, high performance trawlers out of its state-of-the-art shipyard in Malaysia. With many Grand Banks trawler models currently in production over three series, it's time to treat yourself to the gold standard of the cruising industry.
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This Eastbay 50 SX is owned by the original owner and only for sale
as he has ordered another new Grand Banks. She is in excellent
condition throughout and has had nothing but the best of care.
Hydraulic dinghy lift, Flag blue hull, cockpit seating with table, mid
ships master cabin, FLIR, AIS, Garmin package and Volvo IPS.
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This listing is courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.