Down below, the quality and tradition of Grand Banks is clearly evident. To port is a well equipped galley complete with a three-burner stove and oven, a large stainless steel sink and the same customized heavy duty refrigerator icebox that has become such a popular feature on the Grand Banks cruisers. With an abundance of storage cabinets and counter space, one can create a gourmet meal as easily as a light snack. A built-in exhaust fan and overhead hatch add to the open, fresh-air atmosphere of the galley. Adjacent to the galley is a dining/saloon area featuring a beautifully crafted teak table surrounded on three sides by a comfortable settee. The table can be lowered to create a double berth for overnight guests. Built-in teak bookcases, storage compartments and special lighting fixtures provide a warm and cozy yachting environment. A large head with a wrap-around shower is accessed through a sliding teak door. Featuring a large, molded sink and vanity with storage compartments, the head is bright and well ventilated with its own opening port. The forward stateroom can be built either in the traditional V-berth style or with an optional double island bed. With either layout, the stateroom provides comfort and privacy for the cruising couple. The berths are surrounded by storage compartments, and there is additional storage below the bunk arrangements and in the hanging locker.
On deck, the Eastbay shows its cruising heritage. The varnished toerail highlights her traditional lines. Wide, non-skid side decks and sturdy stainless steel grabrails provide a sense of security when going forward to handle lines or the anchor. Safety at sea continues to be a part of the Grand Banks tradition.
On deck, the Eastbay shows its cruising heritage. The varnished toe rail highlights her traditional lines. Wide, non-skid side decks and sturdy stainless steel grab rails provide a sense of security when going forward to handle lines or the anchor. Safety at sea continues to be a part of the Grand Banks tradition.