Grand Banks 47 Eastbay Information
|Length||47ft | 14m||Propulsion||Power|
|Length||47ft | 14m|
Delivered new into Australian in 2006, this Eastbay 47 has a rare three cabin layout and the galley up on the main deck. With the classic Grand Banks renowned interior features combined with a planning hull design, the Grand Banks Eastbay enables you to cruise at a leisurely 10 knots or get to where your heading quicker with a maximum speed of 32 knots. Powered by twin C12 Caterpillars, equipped with a bow thruster and a complete range of Raymarine electronics, she's perfect for coastal cruising, heading out on the harbour or escaping for the weekend.
Twin C12 Caterpillars | Sidepower bow thruster | Onan generator | Raymarine depth sounder, GPS/Plotter, radar and auto pilot | HRO desalinator | 2650 litre fuel capacity | 780 litre water capacity | LCD Television | Bose stereo system | Miele cook top | Miele convection microwave oven | Galley refrigeration | Cockpit Fridge and Icemaker | Island berth master cabin with ensuite | Double guest's cabin | Twin berth guest's cabin | Guest's bathroom | Aft deck awning and breezeway side curtains | Flybridge bimini | RIB inflatable and Mercury outboard | Two pack painted navy blue hull |