For the first time in Europe, Grand Banks is showcasing the new Grand Banks Eastbay 44, which combines modern surface materials with classic Downeast lines and an advanced V-shaped hull. The sharp-edged bow of the Grand Banks Eastbay 44 literally cuts through the water and the chined hull shape at the stern provides additional stability as well as direct response of the yacht in all maneuvers.
Grand Banks yachts have always been known for their seaworthiness and special attention to safety on deck. Thus, the Eastbay 44 features a low and well-protected cockpit and wide side decks which offer plenty of room to work during mooring maneuvers. A large, free foredeck and various handle bars indoors as well as on deck always ensure safe movement and optimum grip on board.
Feel comfortable on deck The Grand Banks Eastbay 44 offers a large bathing platform, a spacious cockpit area with comfortable seating for up to four people as well as plenty of storage space. A hatch in the cockpit floor provides quick and easy access to the engine compartment of the Eastbay 44. From the cockpit one has access to the saloon, which is decorated in finest materials, radiating a comfortable and homely atmosphere. Features include electrically operated side windows and large skylights. The standard version of the Grand Banks EB 44 also includes a spacious kitchen area with sink and stove.
Luxurious living space Below decks, the Eastbay 44 is luxurious and sleek, available in a total of three layout versions, two of which offer a spacious owner's suite in the bow with a large island bed and direct access to the ensuite bathroom. A further single cabin to port is part of the standard layout of the yacht, the space under deck can be extended by another double cabin to starboard and also a version with the Galley located on the lower deck is available, increasing the space in the saloon significantly.
Technical specifications: Hull length: 14.65 m Beam: 4.44 m Draft: 1.03 m Weight: 13,500 kg Engines: 2 x 435 HP