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The Grand Banks Eastbay 49 is a top-quality hardtop express whose elegant appearance and meticulous construction represent the ultimate in classic American yachting. A handsome yacht with a long foredeck and traditional Downeast styling, she’s built on a modified deep-V hull with a short keel and prop pockets for reduced draft. If the Eastbay’s elegant two-stateroom, two-head interior—a blend of hand-rubbed teak cabinetry, a teak-and-holly cabin sole, Corian counters and custom hardware, her spacious semi-enclosed helm deck (where guests will certainly prefer to congregate) provides comfortable seating for a small crowd. The beautifully finished molded hardtop is an integral part of the design, and access to the engine room is through a hinged section of the cockpits bench seat. Additional features include wide side decks, a power-assisted center windshield panel, transom door and a teak swim platform. The large engine room is a plus with easy cockpit access and access between engines near helm.
Twin Caterpillar 660 hp Cat 3196TA diesels will cruise this 49 Eastbay about 24 knots (around 28 knots top) and her bow thruster makes docking a breeze. Both Engines have been upgraded with new style turbos and replaced injectors, etc. Just completed May 2014: teak varnish overall and decks resurfaced (unfortunately in the pictures they are slightly wet and look dark but they are shiny clean!), air conditioning upgraded with new fans and new duct work as well as refrigeration serviced. Call today for more information.
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Freshened up and well located for a Bahamas trip before heading to the Vineyard!
Gary C. Smith, CPYB Direct:+1.954.241.1819 Main Office:+1.941.365.9095 Gary@SarasotaYacht.com
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Gary is an experienced boater growing up on the Gulf Coast; he has extensively cruised the Bahamas, the complete Caribbean, and much of the East Coast of the US. A professional broker starting with SYS over 17 years ago, he was one of the first to obtain the prestigious designation of Certified Professional Yacht Broker and is currently the President of the Florida Yacht Brokers Association. While handling most types of yacht sales, he specializes in large motor yachts, sport fish and long range cruisers, having the knowledge, experience, expertise and integrity to represent your needs before, during and long after your purchase.
Please contact Gary Smith at +1-954-241-1819
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Grand Banks
Flag of Registry: United States
LOA: 49 ft 0 in
Beam: 16 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 4 in
Displacement: 48000 lbs Dry Load
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
The helm area combines as an upper salon layout which features a port side u-shaped settee around a teak table with folding leaves. Along the starboard side of this area is a double helm seat and teak cabinet storage. Just aft is a straight settee and to port is a matching double helm seat and cabinetry. The expanse of windows brings light and views pouring into the large area. A U-line ice maker is in the starboard aft corner.
Below deck, the layout offers two staterooms, including the forward master with en-suite head and shower stall. To port is the guest stateroom with one double bed and hanging locker space, across from a starboard-side guest head. Completing the lower deck layout is a U-shaped galley to port with reefer style fridge and freezer, Opposite to starboard is a u-shaped settee for dining or relaxing and a hand-made dinette table which is a signature of all Grand Banks yachts. In this case, a dinette table offers folding leaves, tall bottle storage, and reversible felt-lined cup holders that turn over to elegantly nest flush to the surface.
Galley & Dinette
U shaped and to port at the foot of the bridgedeck stairs. Corian counters with teak fiddles and cabinets above with drawer and cabinet storage beneath. Sink is a single large unit with Grohe single lever faucet for pressure hot and cold water. A Seaward 3 burner electric cooktop outboard has customized storage beneath. A large top opening locker outboard forward and the top opening freezer is in the aft outboard corner. Under the aft counter are separate front opening teak door reefer style refrigerator and freezer. A Microwave/Convection oven is installed above the counter
Engine Room / Mechanical Equipment
Major service to engines completed in late 2013. Turbos and injectors replaced with new style, all belts and hoses and all service related to Caterpillars 1000 hour recommendations.
House battery bank - port engine battery parallel disconnect switch
Potable water bib with hose
Starboard service alternator breaker
Charles Marine Products 50-amp, 5000 Series, 12-volt DC6 gel cell
Simrad 12-volt DC reversible autopilot pump
Simrad junction unit
Yacht Corrosion Consultants Zincsaver II 50-amp shore power galvanic isolator
Unused auxiliary seacock and strainer
Seaward 20 gallon stainless steel 120 volt AC electric water heater with boost heat off the starboard main engine heat exchanger.
(2) Marine Air raw water cooled direct expansion air conditioning compressors unit 16,000 BTU with reverse cycle heat
12- volt DC belt drive main engine alternators
Groco 12-volt DC Paragon potable water system pump and hydra cell
Grunet 115 volt AC air and raw water cooled refrigeration compressor
ACME 15 KVA shore power isolation transformer
Shore power inlet breaker
Battery disconnect switches - port main engine, starboard engine, and generator
Port main engine battery bank consisting of (3) AGM gel cell batteries
Strong Marine Tides dripless shafts seals
Flo-Scan main engine fuel meters
Generator start/stop preheat gauge panel, oil pressure, jacket water temperaturem volts, and hours
Engine battery parallel solenoid and control
Sea Star power assist steering reservoir, cooler, and filter.
Buell 12 Volt DC air compressor and reservoir
(2) Recor fuel filter water seperators with fire shields, one each main engine
March AC-SC-MD 11S volt AC air conditioning raw water cooling pump
March LC-3CP-MD 11S volt AC
Electrical / Electronics
(2) Garmin 5212 12" color touch screen monitors with GPS, radar and depth
B&G network digital depth sounder
Jabsco 12 volt DC fuel transfer pump - self priming - rated at 50 liters per minute
Reverso 12 volt DC reversible oil change pumps for main engines, gearboxes, and generator
Starboard main engine battery bank, consisting of (3) AGM gel cell batteries
Standard horizon GX5000S VHF radio
Autopilot Control Head Simrad (overhead) tied with Garmin GPS
Sidepower Bow Thruster - SEI30 control joystick
Fusion Audio Systems - IPS 700 w/ iPhone Dock
4 Separate Zones
Second 50 AMP Charles River 5000 Series charger installed
Built in DC powered USB chargers at three (3) locations
Helm - captain
Helm - navigator
Wilson Electronics Cell Phone Booster
All AGM batteries replaced in the last 12 month, 3 Starboard starting, 3 Port starting, 2 House, 2 Bow Thruster, and 1 Generator batteries.
Shaft spur cutters replaced in 2013
Groco PST water tank replaced in 2013
Just completed May 2014 Teak Decks sanded and replaced missing bungs and caulk.
Gel Coat repainted around windows
a/c and refrigeration serviced.
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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